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Theresa May says she 'will not be derailed' in Brexit negotiations.

Theresa May says she 'will not be derailed' in Brexit negotiations.

The UK prime minister has said the government is "proving the doubters wrong" with its Brexit negotiations. EU leaders agreed talks can move on to the next stage in the new year, shortly after Theresa May suffered her first Commons defeat on Brexit.

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The Board of Investment plans to set up a system for online approval of investment proposals.

The Board of Investment plans to set up a system for online approval of investment proposals.

The Board of Investment is planning to set up a system for online approvals of investment proposals. The Board is in the process of setting up an effective virtual one-stop shop for investment approvals. The Board will be receiving World Bank support for this endeavour. When the system is set up, an...

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 The 3rd and final ODI will be played today at Visakapatnam day

The 3rd and final ODI will be played today at Visakapatnam day

 

The 3rd and final ODI between India and Sri Lanka will be played at Visakapatnam today. Both teams have won one match each. Sri Lanka have won just five out of 27 completed ODIs this year. But if there's a way to turn around a disappointing year, it can't get better than ending it with the...

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ENTERTAINMENT

 100 Chinese couples will get married under the Sri Lankan traditions in Colombo this evening

100 Chinese couples will get married under the Sri Lankan traditions in Colombo this evening

 

100 Chinese couples will marry under the Sri Lankan traditions, at the Colombo Municipal council premises this evening.  President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremasinghe will participate as chief invitees.  Ministers Patali Champika Ranawaka and John Amarath...

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World powers promise to support Sri Lanka.

Several world powers have promised to support Sri Lanka to get released from the debt burden. The US, German, France and the UK had informed Minister Ravi Karunanayake about the initiative yesterday. The Ambassadors of the countries called on Minister Karunanayake at the Ministry of Finance yesterday. The country's debt burden has been counted as 8,500 million rupees. 42 percent of it is foreign loans. At the meeting the attention was drawn on reduce in the interest charged on the foreign loans. According to the Ministry of Finance no fruitful project has been carried out in the country that ensures economic advancement in the post conflict situation. The present government has embarked a wide array of projects to improve living conditions of the people. The ambassadors were requested to send recommendations to the World Bank to provide low interest loans to Sri Lanka. The Ambassadors agreed to the request.