ලබන නොවැම්බර් මාසය වනවිට ශ්රී ලංකාවේ අධීවේගී මාර්ග පද්ධතියට තවත් කිලෝ මීටර් 105 ක් අලුතින් එක්කෙරෙන බව මාර්ග සංවර්ධන අධිකාරිය පවසනවා. දක්ෂිණ අධිවේගී මාර්ගයේ මාතර සිට මත්තල දක්වා කොටසත්, කඩවත සිට කෙරවලපිටිය දක්වා අධිවේගී මාර්ගයත් මීට ඇතුළත්. දක්ෂිණ අධිවේගී මාර්ගයේ මාතර සිට අපරැක්ක දක්වා කොටස නුදුරු දිනකදීම විවෘත කිරීමට නියමිතව තිබෙනවා. එහි රන්න සිට මත්තල
The Department of Railways has decided to deploy a new Intercity express train service on the Colombo – Beliatta line. The service will use a new powerset that was imported from India. A special feature would be that this train could travel from Colombo – Beliatta in a period of three and a half hours.
ඉලෙක්ට්රොනික අයකිරීම් ගේට්ටු , දුම්රිය ස්ථානවල සවි කිරීමේ ටෙන්ඩරය චීන සමාගමක් දිනා ගනී.
Construction works of Malabe to Colombo begins.
Apparel exports of Sri Lanka has achieved the highest growth rate recorded in the past five years accounting for a 6.38% growth in May against last year and a compound growth rate of 8.7% for the period from January to May against the same period last year. Chairman, Sri Lanka Apparel Exporters Association (SLAEA), Rehan
Tourist arrivals in June almost doubled to 63,072 from 37,802 in May, though 57% lower compared to the previous year, and year to date performance remains negative. As per the latest dataTourist arrivals in June almost doubled to 63,072 from 37,802 in May, though 57% lower compared to the previous year, and year to date
Sri Lanka’s cabinet of ministers had given initial clearance for a cable car project in hill country town of Nuwara Eliya targeting local and foreign tourists, the state information office said. A 50 million US dollar project has been proposed by a firm called Outdoor Engineering Lanka (Pvt) Ltd and its partner Doppelmayr Cable Car,
Sri Lanka has moved to the ‘Upper-Middle Income’ category from the ‘Lower-Middle Income’ under a revision to the Gross National Income (GNI) classification thresholds announced by the World Bank on Monday (July 1). According to the World Bank data, Sri Lanka’s GNI per capita has increased from USD 3,840 in 2017 to USD 4,060 in
University of Technology Sydney is to open a college in Sri Lanka with an investment of two million US dollars, aiming to attract students from regional countries as well, officials said. UTS Insearch Sri Lanka, to open in October, is a pathway college offering diplomas in business, engineering and IT for students that will lead
The Cabinet has sanctioned four new coal power plants—two in Norochcholai and two in Trincomalee—and a proposal to amend the Sri Lanka Electricity Act to weaken the industry regulator, Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL). Approval was granted this week on a Cabinet paper containing these and several other recommendations. It was signed by