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Hiru News

  • Steps taken to strengthen economy - PM - (Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe says that the government has already taken action to strengthen the countrys economy. He said this addressing an international conference in Colombo. The Public Forum of the International Organization of Securities... )
  • Multi-sectoral strike against SAITM tomorrow - ( The Government Medical Officers Association says several trade unions attached to the health, education and other sectors will launch a strike from 8am tomorrow (21). The GMOA said the strike will be launched urging the government to abolish SAITM. The... )
  • Protest in Kottawa against housing project - ( A group of residents staged a protest in Kulasevanawatte, Kottawa alleging that their sports ground would be utilized to construct a housing project. They also blocked the Kottawa-Malabe main road. The protestors said plans are underway to construct... )
  • Railway strike suspended - ( Railway trade unions have suspended their planned strike following discussions with the Secretary to the Prime Minister. The railway trade unions were planning to strike from midnight tonight (20). However, they earlier said that they would give up the... )
  • AG Department seeks 2 days to testify Arjuna Mahendran - ( The Attorney General’s Department today (20) informed the Presidential Commission of Inquiry, probing the controversial Central Bank Bond issue that it requires 2 days to question the former Central Bank Governor Arjuna Mahendran. Accordingly,... )

Ada Derana News

  • Railway strike called off - (The railway strike which was scheduled to be launched from midnight today (20) has been called off by the trade unions after the discussions held with the Prime Minister s secretary. .)
  • CEB Employees issued final warnings to report back to work - (The Power and Renewable Energy ministry issued final warnings to CEB employees on casual and probation basis to report to work before noon tomorrow (21) or face the consequences. . )
  • Lalith Weeratunga and Anusha Palpita granted bail - (Former Presidential Secretary Lalith Weeratunga and former Director General of the TRC Anusha Palpita, who were sentenced over the Sil Cloth case, have been granted conditional bail by the Colombo High Court. )
  • GMOA to stage 24-hour strike - (The Government Medical Officers Association (GMOA) has decided to launch a 24-hour strike action tomorrow (21), with the participation of several other trade unions. )
  • Parliament adjourned due to uproar over PC polls bill - (Parliament has been adjourned until 12 noon following a tense situation during the debate on the Provincial Councils Elections (Amendment) Bill. )