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Ramzan to Begin From Today

The Grand Mosque of Colombo announced that since the new moon was not sighted in any part of the country yesterday, it has been decided that Ramazan fast will commence from Friday.

Ramzan to Begin From Today
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Saudi Arabian Ambassador to Sri Lanka Call on the President

Ambassador of Saudi Arabia Abdul Azis Al Jammaz, who completed a seven-year long tenure in Sri Lanka paid a courtesy call on President Maithripala Sirisena to bid farewell today (June 17) at the Presidential Secretariat.

Saudi Arabian Ambassador to Sri Lanka  Call on the President
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Ambassador R. D. S. Kumarartne presents credentials to the Director General of the World Trade Organization

The newly appointed Sri Lanka Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the World Trade Organization (WTO) Mr. R.D.S. Kumararatne, formally Director General of Commerce of the Department of Commerce presented his credentials to the Director General of the World Trade Organization Mr. Roberto Azevêdo on 15th June 2015.

Ambassador R. D. S. Kumarartne presents credentials to the Director General of the World Trade Organization
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The Gazette notification of the 20th Amendment published

The gazette notification on the 20th Amendment to the Constitution had been published, following weeks of discussions and changes to the proposed bill.

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Modi made a phone Sharif- Offered Ramadhan Wishes

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a phone call to his Pakistani counterpart Tuesday, offering Ramadan wishes and announcing the release of detained fishermen, in an apparent icebreaking move after recent provocative comments heightened bilateral tensions.

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi (R) shakes hands with Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during a meeting
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