President Maithripala Sirisena has instructed the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission to lift the ban on Facebook, WhatsApp, YouTube and other popular platforms from April 30.
The Sri Lanka massacre proves without doubt that the civilised world and Islam are at war.
Radical and violent Islamic fundamentalism has made landfall in Sri Lanka. Targeted by the Pakistan-controlled terror axis, the island nation faces upheaval that will pit community against community.
Inspector General of Police Pujith Jayasundara resigned over failures that led to the deadly Easter bomb attacks.
The police have arrested over 60 people so far in connection with the blasts.
The police have arrested over 10 people from the Muslim minority concentrated areas of Aluthgama and Beruwela in south of Colombo.
The Muslim Council of Sri Lanka claimed that they had warned the military intelligence about the local jihadist group National Thowheed Jamath three years ago.
Sri Lanka said Monday it believed a local Islamist extremist group was behind deadly suicide bomb blasts that killed nearly 300 people while also suspecting the role of an international network.
The serial bomb blasts in Colombo have claimed the life of a woman from Mangaluru while a businessman from Bengaluru suffered injuries.
The government is yet to ascertain whether the attackers had any 'overseas links'.
The airline has also requested passengers to report well in advance to clear security at Bandaranaike International Airport in Colombo.
Bollywood celebrities like Jacqueline Fernandez, Shekhar Kapur and Vivek Anand Oberoi condemned the bloodbath as an act of cowardice.