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Sports & Physical Health Promotion Week commences under patronage of President

The inauguration ceremony of the Sports and Physical Health promotion programmes organized by the Ministry of Sports held under the patronage of President Maithripala Sirisena at the Presidential Secretariat premises. Accordingly, it is expected to create an energetic, enthusiastic and healthy nation encompassing the adolescent, young, adult and senior social ...

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First and Ever time Sri lanka receive Asia Cup Road Racing.

By issuing a press release the Federation of Motorcycle Sports in Sri Lanka announced that it was invited by the Asian Federation Internationale Motorcycle to participate in the 2015 FIM Asia General Assembly which is to be held in Kula Lumpur, Malaysia from 14th to 17th Janaury 2016. During this Gala ...

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Sri Lanka ranks 3rd in ICC T20

New Zealand’s victory over Sri Lanka in the second T20 at Eden Park  pushed Sri Lanka to the third position in ICC T20 ranking. Sri Lanka who topped the rank with 125 points before the T20 series against New Zealand lost 7 points and now occupies the third position with ...

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New Zealand lift Webb Ellis Cup!

Daniel Carter has led New Zealand to a 34-17 win over Australia in the Rugby World Cup final at Twickenham, kicking four penalties, two conversions and a drop goal. Nehe Milner-Skudder, Ma’a Nonu and Beauden Barrett scored New Zealand’s tries. The All Blacks led 16-3 at half time with winger ...

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Dove or the Lotus…?

Political sources said yesterday that the Common Opposition Candidate Maithripala Sirisena is to contest the presidential election under the symbol of either the lotus or the dove.

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CBK’S assurance backfired

News sources reveal that with no ruling party Parliamentarian crossing over during the third reading vote of the budget, questions have now been raised whether the 'crossover' strategy adopted by common candidate Maithripala Sirisena and former President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kunaratunga has backfired.

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