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Sunday, 6 October 2013


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Nimali Gunawardana of Rotawala, Ambalantota won the Start-up-Entrepreneur of the Year - 2013 award at the Young Entrepreneur Awards hosted by the Youth Business International, UK, recently. Here Nimali at her coir mill. Pic: Sudam Gunasinghe

CHOGM 2013, a boost for tourism in Sri Lanka

Preparations to host the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) 2013 in Colombo, are going on smoothly, said Sri Lanka Convention Bureau, General Manager and Member of the Accommodation Committee, Vipula Wanigasekera. He said that over 4,000 hotel rooms have been booked to host the delegates for the mega event which is the largest conference to be hosted in Sri Lanka,

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Sampur power project to be completed by 2017

Sri Lanka and India will ink the much awaited 500 MW coal power project in Sampur in the Trincomalee district, this week, Power and Energy Ministry sources said. The power plant will be operated by Trincomalee Power Corporation, a joint venture between the Ceylon Electricity Board and India's National Thermal Power Corporation.

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'Mega Tourism Caravan' in Ukraine

Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau (SLTPB) and the Sri Lankan Embassy in the Russian Federation has launched a tourism promotion campaign in the Ukraine. It will end on October 14. This is the fourth phase of the promotional campaign, 'Mega Tourism Caravan', launched in August in the Republic of Belarus, as part of Sri Lanka tourism promotion in CIS countries, SLTPB sources said.

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Malwatte – highest tea price in August

Malwatte Valley Plantations PLC (MVP) has obtained the highest overall average price for tea irrespective of elevation and the highest price for high grown tea in August among all regional plantation companies.

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Abans goes for sanitary fittings

State-of-the-art Toto sanitary fittings was launched recently by Abans. “Simplification of form has been the trend in present day architecture and interior decor, which has pushed manufacturers to offer unmatched performance without any complicated mechanism,” a company spokesman said.

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SAEGIS introduces modified courses

Generally, only students with strong economic backgrounds could afford higher education in private institutions. However, as SAEGIS has a reasonable course fee, even those from middle class families can follow their preferred courses at this institution, said CAO, SAEGIS Campus,

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