Sri Lanka Central Bank requests licensed banks to grant concessions to revive tourism industry

(COLOMBO, LANKAPUVATH) –The Central Bank of Sri Lanka has requested the country’s licensed banks to grant several concessions to those individuals and entities in the tourism industry to revive the industry that took a severe blow after the Easter Sunday suicide attacks on churches and hotels.

"Sri Lanka Central Bank requests licensed banks to grant concessions to revive tourism industry"

Stafford International School in Sri Lanka Clarifies and Rejects Baseless Accusations Circulating on Social Media

(COLOMBO, LANKAPUVATH) – Stafford International School, Colombo 7 categorically rejects any claim or responsibility towards the image circulating on WhatsApp and on social media platforms, claiming its teachers are posting islamophobic comments on social media.

"Stafford International School in Sri Lanka Clarifies and Rejects Baseless Accusations Circulating on Social Media"

Upgradeyour entry smartphone experience with Nokia 1 Plus- Now available in Sri Lanka

(COLOMBO, LANKAPUVATH) – HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, announces the availability ofNokia 1 Plus in Sri Lanka – the latest member of its Android (Go edition) smartphone family.One of the first global Android 9 (Go edition) smartphones,Nokia 1 Plus brings solidimaging in a high-qualityNokia design with a largescreen.

"Upgradeyour entry smartphone experience with Nokia 1 Plus- Now available in Sri Lanka"

IMF completes Fifth Review of Sri Lanka fund arrangement, approves US$ 164 mn disbursement and extension of EFF

(COLOMBO, LANKAPUVATH) – The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)on Monday (May 13) completed the fifth review of Sri Lanka’s economic performance under the program supported by Extended Arrangement under the Extended Fund Facility (EFF) and approved a US$ 164.1 million disbursement.

"IMF completes Fifth Review of Sri Lanka fund arrangement, approves US$ 164 mn disbursement and extension of EFF"

Sri Lanka to purchase 325 luxury buses from Ashok Leyland at a cost of over Rs. 3.6 billion

(COLOMBO, LANKAPUVATH) – Sri Lanka’s Cabinet of Ministers has given the nod for the government to purchase 325 luxury buses form Lanka Ashok Leyland at a cost of over Rs. 3.6 billion to provide a more comfortable and quality and secure transportation service to the public.

"Sri Lanka to purchase 325 luxury buses from Ashok Leyland at a cost of over Rs. 3.6 billion"