Tuesday, November 21, 2017
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Kusumanjalee Thilakarathna

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Performers of Somalatha Subasinghe’s Play House took part in the hugely successful Children’s Performing Arts Festival 2015 in Gwangju, South Korea, from September 4...

“I do not wish to create artists from the class,” veteran artist Shantha K Herath said speaking about his newly commenced art class for...

“The biggest challenge in Indika Ferdinando’s latest play ‘The Irresistible Rise of Mr. Signno’ was to find the resources including the best suited actors,”...

Interview with budding poet Timran Keerthi who won the award for the Best Poetry Collection for his book ‘Yannam Chandare’ at the Godage National...

People experience both good and bad times. And when people face bad times, some break down and some emerge stronger. Padmakumar Mettasena, a renowned...

A Sri Lanka Sumithrayo volunteer reflects on the organization’s role in preventing suicide and spreading awareness News reports on suicide incidents aren’t rare when heard...

The Hong Kong based Sri Lankan translator underscores the importance of taking responsibility for translations and publishers and authors following the existing legal system If...

Award-winning culinary expert Rukshan Dabare says it’s best if people develop food habits based on their own environment which will promise wellbeing “I absolutely love...

Mentally-challenged people among us are often singled out, discriminated and stigmatized. Although we claim to live in a society of topnotch technology and high...

Slavery is no longer legal anywhere in the world today. Yet, last week local media reported about a Saudi employer who offered his Sri...

The budding tele-drama director’s creations will be a novel experience for the Sri Lanka television audience which has been nurtured for many years by...

Beauty of Northern parts of Sri Lanka is something the rest of fellow Sri Lankans missed out on for a few decades. Now that...

Like most writers belonging to the younger generation she too has found blogging a fascinating tool Gammiris Kurulla, Pepper-bird in direct translation is a regular...

During the three decades when the armed conflict existed, people – Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and Catholics-suffered, especially those who resided in war-torn areas. It’s...

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