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Coal India’s production during the April 2017-January 2018 period grew just 1.6 per cent, leading to huge imports.
Of the 746 cases, 695 cases were found true and the accused were convicted in 141 cases. As many as 315 cases are pending for trial and 192 are under investigation.
Sources said Wickremesinghe has come under pressure from within the party to handover the party leadership to someone else.
He said that the government had lost its mandate to govern and that the people must be given a chance to elect a new parliament.
This is mainly due to the high energy requirements of livestock farming as well as the very large contribution of livestock to greenhouse gas emissions, said the study.
Official results showed Rajapakse's Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna, or People's Front, had won 143 of the 182 councils counted so far, out of a total of 340.
Sri Lanka's ruling coalition faces its first polls test today with over 15 million eligible voters participating in the election to appoint 340 of the island's 341 local councils.
The MBC had earlier warned media stations they could face closure if they were deemed a threat to national security, incited unrest with false information or endangered the public.
5 lakh companies reported their turnovers under this scheme which works out to annual sales of Rs 5 lakh only when it is known that those with turnover upto Rs 20 lakh are exempt from GST.
The situation also prompted the Madarise Arbia Teachers Association to write to the Madrasa Shiksha Board in this regard.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, while presenting the Union Budget 2018-19 last week, had said the customs duty on phones has been raised from 15 per cent to 20 per cent.
From Suresh Raina to Murali Vijay: Cricket fraternity wishes 'swing king' Bhuvneshwar Kumar on birthday
While Bhuvneshwar Kumar fans extended their wishes on social media, his teammates and former players too didn’t lag behind.
President Maithripala Sirisena today vowed to fight against corruption which he said has an adverse impact on Sri Lanka's economy.
China is willing to work with Sri Lanka for better development of strategic cooperative partnership between the two countries.
The government of President Maithripala Sirisena promised to abolish the act after it was elected in 2015, but has so far failed to do so.