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Engineer’s Day 2020: Here are Some Lesser Known Facts About MV. Visvesvaraya

By Muskan Bhatnagar Engineer's Day is celebrated on the 15th of September in India, on the birth anniversary of the greatest Indian engineer and Bharat...

People Preferring to Fly Privately for Work, Holiday Post Lockdown

By Siddhi Jain  Due to the pandemic, people today are more mindful and cautious while choosing their mode of travel. Whether its health risk concerns...

Rebuilding Domestic Travel Amid Pandemic

As the travel industry continues to face unprecedented impact from the Covid-19 pandemic, one of the worlds leading digital travel platforms is committed to...

What Difference Between Chinese Domination and American Domination?

By N.S. Venkataraman Chinese government has not left anybody in doubt, about it’s ambitious target of dominating the world at any cost. Chinese government has...

Top 3 Travel Destinations in Asia For Solo Women Travellers

In recent years, the number of women embarking on solo adventures has skyrocketed -- a fact corroborated by the data of many travel companies...

Sri Lanka to Raise Funds for Children Affected by Easter Sunday Attacks

Sri Lanka's Attorney General's Department has held an event in capital Colombo to raise funds for children affected by the Easter Sunday attacks in...

Hardline Buddhist Monks in Sri Lanka Celebrate Creation of New Buddhist Entity in Ladakh

Hardline Buddhist monks in Sri Lanka have celebrated the creation of a new Buddhist entity in Ladakh. It is an optical illusion that Jammu...

Sri Lanka to Ban Coloured Plastic Water Bottles and Wrappers

Sri Lanka will soon ban coloured plastic water bottles and wrappers on drinking water bottles in order to protect the environment, officials said on...

Sri Lanka to Reduce Airline Charges to Help Tourism Industry

Sri Lanka's government announced Tuesday it will reduce ground handling charges for airlines and slash aviation fuel prices and embarkation fees to help the...

Sri Lanka Initiates Programme to Fit GPS Collars on Wild Elephants to Minimize Deaths

Sri Lanka's Department of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) said on Monday that it had initiated a programme to fit GPS collars on wild elephants in...

Sri Lanka: Hardline Buddhist Groups Likely Behind Anti-Muslim Attacks

Sri Lanka said on Wednesday hardline Buddhist groups were likely to blame for a wave of anti-Muslim riots that swept the island this week...

Sri Lanka Commemorates 10 Years Since End of Civil War

Still reeling from the Easter terror attacks, Sri Lanka commemorates this weekend 10 years since the end of a bloody civil war that killed...

Sri Lanka Suspends Flight Training Near Biggest Air Force Base due to Security Concerns

Sri Lanka has suspended flight training near its biggest air force base due to security concerns after suspected Islamist militants killed more than 250...

Sri Lanka is in a Safe Position Right Now for Tourists, Says President Maithripala Sirisena

Sri Lanka's president says "99%'' of the remaining suspects in the Easter attacks on churches and hotels have been arrested and their explosive materials...

15 Dead, Over 15,000 Infected by Dengue in Sri Lanka

Fifteen people have died and over 15,000 infected by dengue across Sri Lanka in the first four months of this year, the Epidemiology Unit...

Actress Jacqueline Fernandez Helps to Rebuild Lives in Sri Lanka

In the aftermath of the Easter Sunday carnage in Sri Lanka in which more than 250 people lost their lives, actress Jacqueline Fernandez has...

Sri Lanka Revokes Ban on Social Media

Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena on Tuesday revoked the government’s ban on social media use that was imposed throughout the island nation after the...

Churches Across Sri Lanka Remain Close, People Celebrate Mass in Their Homes Through TV Broadcast

Sri Lanka’s Catholics awoke Sunday to celebrate Mass in their homes by a televised broadcast as churches across the island nation shut over fears...

U.S. Warns Columbia Stating Additional Attacks May Occur

The U.S. Embassy in Colombo has advised people to avoid places of worship in Sri Lanka over the coming weekend, citing Sri Lankan reports...

Sri Lanka Blames ‘National Thowfeek Jamaath’ Islamist Group for Series of Attacks

Sri Lankan authorities Monday blamed a little-known Islamist group called National Thowfeek Jamaath (NTJ) for a series of coordinated attacks targeting churches and luxury...

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