A top of the line Indian business delegation, comprising both public and private sector companies, headed by Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar, had a round of meetings on Sunday with officials of Sri Lankan economic ministries to explore possibilities of collaboration and investment in a wide range of fields.
Nine former employees of Seylan Bank Plc last week filed six separate cases in the District Court of Colombo before District Judge M.Y. Irshadeen against Seylan Bank Plc and six other trust companies, namely ESOTS Ltd, SESOT Ltd, SEYSHOP Ltd, SOTSE Ltd, SEYFEST Ltd, SEYFEST Ltd and SEYSHOP Ltd.
The next month, the workers exceeded their monthly target by producing 74 metric tons (81.57 short tons) of graphite, says Sunanda Fernando, secretary of the Free Employees Union at the mine.
The first APEX award by the United Nations Association in Sri Lanka (UNASL) for the promotion of Accessibility Rights in Sri Lanka was presented to Dr. Ajith C.S. Perera at an event to mark the 71st United Nations Day, organised by UNASL at the Bishop’s College auditorium.
UPFA general secretary Mahinda Amaraweera has made a revolutionary and crucial proposal to the Mahinda Rajapaksa-led joint opposition, reports MP Wimal Weerawansa’s lankacnews website.