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The Colombo International Book Exhibition will be declared open today.

Colombo International Book Fair 2017 will be held from today, to next Sunday from 9 am to 9 pm at the BMICH. Organizers of this popular book exhibition, Sri Lanka Book Publishers Association said that there will be around 300 to 400 local and foreign book stalls established this time. The books of different varieties will be showcased in these stalls.

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The world’s largest book fair

The world’s largest book fair, “Big Bad Wolf”, will be open for book lovers, at the Sri Lanka Exhibition & Convention Centre, from the 5th to the 15th of October.

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Volkswagen plans electric option for all models by 2030

Volkswagen, the world's biggest carmaker, will offer an electric version of all its 300 models by 2030, becoming the latest manufacturer to move away from petrol and diesel. Volkswagen will double investment in zero-emission vehicles to 20bn euros as it seeks to put the diesel emissions scandal behind it. The German firm plans to offer 80 new electric cars across the group by 2025.

Health Minister Dr. Rajitha Senarathna decides to clarify and resolve the problems in registration of Ayurvedic doctors.

 

Health Minister Dr. Rajitha Senarathna decides to clarify and resolve the problems in registration of Ayurvedic doctors. This decision is taken when he held a discussion with the United Local Physicians Association. The policy so far was paying 1500 rupees in five years and getting the registration under the Ayurvedic Medical Council.

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Alternatives for polythene are now available at the market.

 

The use and sale of polythene and allied products will be totally banned from the 1st of September. Alternatives for polythene are now available at the market. Deputy Director General of the Central Environmental Authority, Upali Gunarathna says people should get

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World Trade Organization says that there is a commendable progress in Sri Lanka’s economy.

World Trade Organization says that there is a commendable progress in Sri Lanka’s economy. A latest research report by WTO states the progress had been made in comparison to 2010 to 2016. WTO’s attention has been drawn over 164 countries since 1994.

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Problems relating to the tax structure will be resolved in the new Tax Act.

 

Senior Lecturer of the Wayamba University Aaminda Methsila states that it is the responsibility of the public to pay tax to the government for the benefit of the development of the country.  He further stated that problems relating to the tax structure will be resolved in the new Tax

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The International Book Exhibition will begin on the 15th of next month.

 

The International Book Exhibition will be held at the BMICH from 15th to 24th of next month. President Maithripala Sirisena is scheduled to open the exhibition. This year's exhibition will be comprised with 400 stalls. General Secretary of the Book Publishers Association, Ariyadasa Weeraman said that there are 60 foreign book stalls. 162 novels have been submitted for Literary Awards Festival.

The government has price controlled the Stents that are being used during heart operations.

 


The government has price controlled the Stents that are being used during heart operations. Health Minister Dr. Rajitha Senarathna who took part as the Chief Guest of foundation stone laying ceremony in three storied relic placing mansion of Vidya Ravindra Pirivena in Gampaha made this revelation there. According to the new prices, a Stent now sold at 75,000 rupees per unit is decreased to 24,000 rupees.

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A programme to generate electricity by using garbage will be held in Kerewalapitiya on Thursday.

 

The Ministry of Megapolis and Western Development has initiated a programme to generate electricity by using garbage for the first time in Sri Lanka. The programme has been named as "Nikasala-Javaya". The two projects for the construction to generate electricity using

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