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The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) says it has been receiving information regarding certain scams where organized parties seem to be claiming that they have large amounts of foreign and'or local currency credited to their accounts which have been temporarily blocked. MORE..

27 Oct 2021 (1:28 AM)

Amidst the row over an allegedly contaminated fertilizer consignment shipped to Sri Lanka, the China-based Qingdao Seawin Biotech Group Co., Ltd. today (October 26) issued a media statement urging that a top third-party testing organization should re-test whether the samples contain the microorganism identified as Erwinia . MORE..

27 Oct 2021 (1:00 AM)

The two suspects involved in the shooting incident which killed a man in the area of Mulleriyawa today (October 26) had impersonated police officers, investigations have uncovered. MORE..

26 Oct 2021 (4:08 PM)

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