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මන්ත්‍රී ධුරයෙන් දොට්ට විසිවුණු ඩයනා

Today, the Supreme Court ruled that State Minister Diana Gamage lacks the legal qualifications to retain her parliamentary seat. The decision follows the court's consideration of an appeal challenging the dismissal by the Appeals Court of a petition contesting Gamage's parliamentary membership. The court had initially deferred its verdict indefinitely after concluding the hearings on February 13. Social activist Oshala Herath lodged the appeal two weeks subsequent to the dismissal of his petition against Gamage's parliamentary seat and citizenship by the Appeals Court. In his appeal, Herath named Gamage and others as respondents, reiterating his previous petition's claim that the lawmaker, by holding dual citizenship, is ineligible to hold a seat in the Sri Lankan parliament.

SLFP selects Wijeyadasa as Presidential candidate

SLFP selects Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe as Presidential candidate Former President Maithripala Sirisena said today that Justice Minister Dr. Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe will be the Presidential candidate representing the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP). He made this revelation during the commemoration ceremony of the late T.B. Ilangaratne. The former President said that Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe has the support of the majority of party members. Sirisena said he has previously served as President and pledged not to contest for the Presidency again. "Wijayadasa Rajapakshe will run for the upcoming Presidential election and we will offer him our full support," he said.

CBK Acknowledges Historic Error

ජනපතිවරණයට මෛත්‍රී ඉදිරිපත් කිරීම මම කරපු ‍‍ඵෙතිහාසික වැරැද්දක් In a surprising admission, former President Chandrika Kumaratunga publicly expressed remorse today, labeling the decision to endorse former President Maithripala Sirisena as the Presidential candidate for the 2015 election as a mistake. Speaking at a press conference, Kumaratunga openly acknowledged her regret regarding the support extended to Sirisena, indicating a shift in her stance since the pivotal election. Kumaratunga, who played a pivotal role in introducing Sirisena as the Presidential candidate of the UNP-led 'Yahapalanaya' Government, emphasized her disillusionment with her past decision-making. Furthermore, she quashed any speculation about her son, Vimukthi Kumaratunga, venturing into politics, firmly ruling out his involvement in the political arena. Addressing speculation surrounding her potential ascension to the SLFP Chairmanship, Kumaratunga clarified that she harbored no interest in assuming the role. Instead, she advocated for a younger individual to take up the mantle, signaling a desire for rejuvenation within the party's leadership.

සනත් නිශාන්ත දැයෙන් සමුගනී

Following a tragic road accident earlier this week,

Online නීතිය පාර්ලිමේන්තුවේ අනුමැතියට

Sri Lanka’s Online Safety Bill, which seeks to regulate online content,

වසන්ත මුදලිගේගෙන් අනාවරණයක්

Freed Mudalige to reveal ‘assassination’

මහින්ද එක්වූ රණවිරු සැමරුම

the economic crisis in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka's new prime minister has told the BBC an economic crisis that has brought misery and unrest is "going to get worse before it gets better". The country is facing fuel shortages and soaring food prices, with some Sri Lankans forced to skip meals. Anger over the government's handling of the crisis has led to violent protests. Ranil Wickremesinghe, who returns for a sixth time as prime minister of Sri Lanka, promised families will get three meals a day in an attempt to diffuse rising tensions.

අගමැතිගෙන් විශේෂ ප්‍රකාශයක්

ශාන්ත බණ්ඩාර විනාශ වූ නිවස බලන්න යයි

Kuda Widanalage Shantha Bandara

රනිල් අගමැති ධුරයේ දිවුරුම් දෙයි

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Special statement from President

Ready to abolish executive presidency after discussing with the new Govt that will be formed - President

Mahinda was taken to the Trinco Naval dockyard

Hiru TV Salakuna - Anura Kumara

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මැති ඇමති නිවාසවලට ප්‍රහාර

මහින්ද කහඳගමගේ මුහුණ දුන් ඉරණම

අගමැතිට සහාය පළ කිරීමට ආ මහින්ද කහඳගමගේ මුහුණ දුන් ඉරණම

අනුරාධපුරේ ගිය අගමැතිට ආ ජනතා විරෝධය

Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa was in for a surprise when he was hooted at by a group of protestors during a visit to Anuradhapura today morning. The protestors who had gathered close to the Temple since morning, hooted at the Prime Minister when his motorcade was leaving the premises. The protestors had called on the Prime Minister and his family to step down and even went to the extent of asking if the Prime Minister was wearing his clothes. The protestors were prevented from going close to the motorcade by the police who were deployed outside. Rajapaksa is likely to step down from his post this week after he was asked to leave by President Gotabaya Rajapaksa last Friday. It is still unsure what the political developments will be thereafter if Mahinda Rajapaksa steps down.

මහින්දානන්දට ගම්පොළ දී විරෝධය

Minister of Agriculture Mahindananda Aluthgamag was hooted at by a group of protestors Mahindananda had to police escort in nawalapitiya

Mahinda Rajapaksa asked to step down

Is Mahinda Rajapaksa on his way out? Sources tell WION that at a cabinet meeting today - President Gotabaya Rajapaksa asked his brother to step down. Palki Sharma brings you the updates. #Gravitas #SriLanka #MahindaRajapaksa

යට ඇඳුම් විරෝධය

A group of protesters in loin cloths and some holding underwear were seen staging a protest near the Parliament A group of protesters in loin cloths and some holding underwear were seen staging a protest near the Parliament entrance 'Hora Go Gama' against the President and the government claiming that "this is all we are left with”.
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