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Hiru News

  • Petroleum Trade Unions to go on strike from midnight - ( Petroleum Trade Unions Collective stated that they would go on strike with effect from midnight over several demands. Convenor of the Collective D J Rajakaruna stated that the strike will be launched over demands including not to proceed with... )
  • RPS beat Sunrisers Hyderabad - (Rising Pune Supergiant beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 6 wickets to register their 3rd win in 2017 Indian Premier League. Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who had just 61 runs under his belt before this game, stepped up to the plate as his unbeaten 50 helped... )
  • Minister Vijayamuni accepts his mistake - (Minister of Irrigation and Water Management Vijith Vijayamuni Soyza accepted that the Irrigations Department was at fault in blocking few lakes in Ampara. This was during a meeting held at the Ampara Irrigations Directors office yesterday. Irrigation... )
  • Proposal to EU Parliament against GSP Plus concession - (A European Parliamentary group has tabled a resolution in the EU Parliament against granting the GSP+ concession to Sri Lanka for its exports. 28 countries are to be entitled for the tariff concession. The EU Parliamentary group cited concerns over Sri... )
  • We agree with the UPFA’s stance on SAITM; says UNP - (Minister of Higher Education and Highways Lakshman Kiriella said that the Government Medical Officers Association cannot act on the Medical Education sector. The Minister answering Journalists following a meeting held in Kandy yesterday expressed these... )

Ada Derana News

  • Appointment letters handed over to new SLFP organizers - (Appointment letters have been handed over to seven district organizers of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) by President Maithripala Sirisena. .)
  • China moves ahead with ancient Silk Road revival - (China is moving forward with an ambitious project to build a new Silk Road linking Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe, hosting regional allies and other foreign dignitaries in what is expected to be the country's biggest diplomatic event of 2017. .)
  • Petroleum workers to launch strike tomorrow - (Seven trade unions attached to the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) will launch a strike over three issues including the move to sign a pact with India regarding the oil tanks in the Eastern port city of Trincomalee. .)
  • India's Hindu outfit opposes Narendra Modi's Lankan visit - (Accusing the Sri Lankan government of suppressing Hinduism and following a policy of Buddhist chauvinism, Indian Hindu Makkal Katchi leader Arjun Sampath has opposed the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the island nation to take part in the Buddhist festival, Deccan Chronicle reports. .)
  • Shooting on prison bus- committee to submit report - (The report prepared by the committee appointed to investigate the Kalutara prison bus shooting will be handed over to the relevant ministry, committee representatives reveal. .)