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    Colombo’s Controversial New President

    Ranil Wickremasinghe’s appointment is controversial. He was once considered a highly credible presidential candidate. Yet most Sri Lankans believe he now lacks legitimacy to...

    Sri Lanka Scientists’ Flee Economic Crisis

    Sri Lanka’s economic crisis adds challenges to researchers as they cannot get new supplies for laboratory work. Fuel shortage has also affected their capacity...

    Sri Lanka Economic Crisis Requires ‘Immediate Global Attention’, Warn Rights Experts

    Sri Lankans are struggling to meet their food and nutrition needs in the face shortages and higher prices for food and fuel. The country...

    India Mulls Aid in Sri Lanka’s Hour Of Need

    Back-of-the-envelope calculations suggest that Sri Lanka will require between US$20–25 billion over the next three years to provide essential imports of food, medicine and...

    Sri Lanka’s Crisis of Legitimacy

    In this period of national trauma, all is not lost to Sri Lanka. The political and economic upheavals may yet usher a renewed commitment...

    Ranil Wickremesinghe’s House Burnt Down By Sri Lankan Protesters

    Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremsinghe’s private residence in Central Colombo has been set on fire by protesters demanding his government. Angry protesters have set...

    Lanka President Gotabaya Rajapaksa Flees

    Tens of thousands of protestors arriving from the site of the GotaGoGama agitation broke the security fences outside the president’s residence and took over...

    WFP Paints a Gloomy Picture as Sri Lankans Skip Meals

    Three of every 10 Sri Lankan households are unsure where their next meal will come from, the latest Food Insecurity Assessment brought out by...
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    Firefighters Arrive from across Europe to Battle Massive Wildfire

    French firefighters, together with firefighters from other European countries, managed to contain the spread of a "monster" fire that...

    140 Aid Workers Died in 2021, says OCHA

    According to data from the non-governmental organization Humanitarian Outcomes, more than 140 aid workers were killed in the line of duty last...

    Need to Re-strategize to Take Cooperatives to Panchayats, Says Amit Shah

    Shah said that a five-year strategy is required to reach primary agricultural credit societies to each panchayat as two...

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    Firefighters Arrive from across Europe to Battle Massive Wildfire

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    140 Aid Workers Died in 2021, says OCHA

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