Journalists’ scholarship upped to Rs. 200,000

(COLOMBO, LANKAPUVATH) – The Finance and Mass Media Ministry has taken steps to increase the Asi Disi Media Scholarship payment to Rs.200,000 from this year. Earlier the ministry provided the scholarship with a maximum limit of Rs.100,000 to journalists following media-related study programmes at recognised institutions.

"Journalists’ scholarship upped to Rs. 200,000"

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry join royals at garden party in first appearance as married couple

(COLOMBO, LANKAPUVATH) –HER style may have already adopted a more “regal” and polished edge (goodbye bare legs and messy buns) but the “Meghan effect” shows no sign of slowing down with the new Duchess of Sussex’s sartorial choices continuing to crash websites and inspire copycat looks.

"Meghan Markle and Prince Harry join royals at garden party in first appearance as married couple"

Be vigilant about unfair treatment of students by some teachers, says President

(COLOMBO, LANKAPUVATH) –President Maihripala Sirisena says that it has been revealed about the unfair treatment to students by some teachers. These are evident in the facts revealed in the letters and phone calls received by him and during certain discussions held. They also highlight details about the quality and excellence of the interconnection between the teacher and student as well the unfair treatment to students by some teachers.

"Be vigilant about unfair treatment of students by some teachers, says President"

“Sri Lanka, key partner with China in Belt and Road Initiative” – Chinese Envoy

(COLOMBO, LANKAPUVATH) –China is willing to help support Sri Lanka’s economic development because of shared historical ties and suffering under foreign imperialism with the island an important partner in the Belt and Road Initiative which combines the aspirations of both countries, Chinese Ambassador Cheng Xueyuan said on Wednesday (23).

"“Sri Lanka, key partner with China in Belt and Road Initiative” – Chinese Envoy"