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රක්ෂණාවරණ එපා වෙයි?
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පළවූයේ -  දිනමිණ - නීතීඥ සුපුන් ජයවර්ධන ස්වභාවික ආපදාවන් නිසා සුළු හා මධ්‍ය පරිමාන ව්‍යාපාරිකයන්ට පසුගිය වසර කිහිපය තුළ සිදු වූ මූල්‍යමය අලාභ හානිය අතිමහත්ය. ස්වභාවික රක්ෂණාවරණ යනු මෙම හානි තුළින් ඇතිවන අහිතකර ප්‍ර‍තිඵල අවම කරගැනීමට අනුගමනය කර හැකි එක ක්‍ර‍මවේදයකි. ආසියානු කලාපයේ අන‍කුත් රටවල් හා සසඳා බලන විට ලංකාවේ සුළු...
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Cabinet approval to raise $2 Billion through sovereign bonds – Eran
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Taken from News1st Written by Staff Writer COLOMBO (News 1st) – The “Economynext” quoting the State Minister of Finance Eran Wickremeratne says Sri Lanka’s cabinet of ministers has given the nod to raise $2 Billion through sovereign bonds. Economy next quotes the state minister saying: “Sri Lanka will go to...
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Chinese debt is not Sri Lanka’s biggest problem – Verité Research
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Taken from News1st Written by Staff Writer Colombo (News 1st) – New information has come to light revealing that loans from China are not the main source of the debt trap that Sri Lanka is caught in at present. Director of Verité Research Nishan De Mel speaking to News1st stated that nearly 50%...
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Ex-Presidents contesting for 3rd term
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Compiled by Sulochana Ramiah Mohan In recent weeks the debate on whether former Presidents Chandrika Kumaratunga (CBK) and Mahinda Rajapaksa (MR) can contest the Presidency once more has been buzzing in the political circle. This is because the head of the Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna Prof. G L Peries, a...
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Enforced disappearance in Sri Lanka: Past, present and future
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Family members of the disappeared in a protest march - File picture Few countries in the world can rival Sri Lanka’s legacy on enforced disappearance. Simply defined, an ‘enforced disappearance’ takes place when an agent of the state takes a person into custody, and subsequently refuses to disclose the fate...
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