Sri Lanka will ban the import of most plastic products in a bid to protect wild elephants and deer thatRead more
Health certificate, The Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority (SLTDA) said about 60 percent of the industry is estimated to beRead more
MONITORING REPORT ISB: Pakistan and Sri Lanka have signed MoUs to promote mutual academic and cultural cooperation.
The agreements were signed between Pakistan’s private sector institution Preston University with Sri Lanka’s College of Information Management and Sciences and Sri Lanka-Pakistan Friendship, Trade and Investment Association.
Under the agreements, both the parties will also explore and promote opportunities to undertake joint research in areas of mutual
Press Release: YouTube announced that it has just launched localised versions in Nepal,Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
This launch provides Internet users in those countries with a more tailored YouTube experience to find high quality local content so they can be informed, entertained, educated and
inspired by content for their own culture and language, while continuing to access the wide array of content on the
world’s largest online video platform. Now, users visiting
STAFF REPORT LHR: Pakistan and Sri Lanka have a lot of common potentials in various development fields and they need to join hands to strengthen their respective economies.This consensus emerged during a meeting between LCCI Vice President Kashif Anwar and Sri Lankan Minister for Agriculture Naseer Ahmed held recently.The visiting minister said that the agriculture sector of both sides holds a lot to offer to each other and the public sector of his country has huge opportunities for Pakistan
STAFF REPORT IBD: Pakistan and Sri Lanka have agreed to jointly utilize their expertise to address the critical issue of drinking water contamination and provision of clean drinking water to their people.
This understanding was developed during a recently held meeting between the Pakistani Minister of Water and Power Pakistan, Abid Sher Ali, and Sri Lankan Minister of Water Supply and Drainage Dinesh Gunawerdena in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka, where the latter had attended the 2nd
STAFF REPORT IBD: Sri Lankan and Iranian delegations paid a visit to Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF) head offices separately during their recent visits to Pakistan to participate in the 2nd Commission meeting of COMSATS.The Sri Lankan delegation comprised Sri Lankan Senior Minister for Scientific Affairs Prof. Tissa Vifrana, Sri Lanka Science Foundation Chairperson Prof. Sirimali Fernando and Sri Lankan High Commissioner Air Chief Marshal (Retd) Jayalath Weerakkody.On the occasion, PSFRead more