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I'll be like an elder brother to the boys: Anil Kumble

Friday, 24 June 2016 14:35

Coaching the Indian cricket team is one of the high-pressure jobs in the world. The expectations that comes with the team is enormous but Anil Kumble, the newly-appointed chief coach , is up for the task.

Anushka Sharma: Don't give up on love too soon

Tuesday, 21 June 2016 12:37

Anushka Sharma is not your everyday girl - she has never been. She reminds you of the overachieving girl in your class. Perhaps, envy is one of the reasons that she's also one of the most trolled celebrities on social media. Anushka, who will next be seen opposite Salman Khan in 'Sultan', speaks about how she copes with criticism and barbs, among other things.

'Getting Sri Lanka back on track is a long, slow process'

Friday, 10 June 2016 10:27

Graham Ford, the team's coach, wants the island's special brand of cricket firing through his young team again.

“Timing of ‘Future Minds’, very good”

Tuesday, 07 June 2016 13:17

As an academic, a teacher as well as an administrator Dr. Alan Robertson has an extensive experience in the field of education, particularly in the area of business administration.

Demand for our drugs overrides supply - SPMC MD

Thursday, 26 May 2016 10:46

State Pharmaceuticals Manufacturing Corporation of Sri Lanka was established in 1987 with the commitment to manufacture quality, effective and safe essential drugs at affordable prices to the public.

Golden Girl’s Golden years

Monday, 23 May 2016 12:39

In June 2016 Swarna Mallawarachchi will celebrate a golden jubilee – 50 years in the Sri Lankan film industry. Having begun as a 16-year-old in 1966 with Siri Gunasinghe’s ‘Sath Samudra’ or ‘Seven Seas’, she returns as a 68-year-old, after a prolonged hiatus of 20 years from the cine-industry, with Ashoka Handagama’s 8th and latest, ‘Agey Es Aga’ or ‘Let Her Cry’.

Expressive human-like portraits of dogs by Elke Vogelsang

Monday, 23 May 2016 11:29

Photographer Elke Vogelsang found a passion for photography after being faced with sudden, significant challenges in her life. During Christmas in 2009, her husband suffered a brain hemorrhage and, for comfort, Elke began taking photos. She kept a visual diary for him during his long months of recovery as a way to deal with his short-term memory loss.

'SLT chairman did not influence Tenders'

Monday, 16 May 2016 10:38

Refuting recent claims that the Sri Lanka Telecom chairman had intervened in the Tender procedures of the institution, CEO Dileepa Wijesundara says he has never been influenced in such a manner.

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