Sri Lanka had a GDP of USD 3,815 in 2021, which currently places the country in the 'middle-income' category, according to the World Bank.
The buzz is that the SLPP will claim the presidency and Sajith Premadasa will be the new Prime Minister. How far this is true will be evident tomorrow.
Since the Sri Lankan protests are now focused on the resignation of the President, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, and his government, the organizers felt it apt to name their site Gotagogama. They then coined an equally fitting line...
Ranil Wickremesinghe will be criticised whatever he does regarding Gotabaya Rajapaksa. While the popular opinion would want Gotabaya to face trial for his misdeeds, Gotabaya loyalists would want Wickremesinghe to give...
Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and main Opposition leader Sajith Premadasa are among the four presidential candidates.
The island nation’s present situation reminds one of what India went through in the 1990s. Except, India managed to salvage the situation before it reached a Bastille-like predicament
Thee talks are part of Ranil Wickremesinghe's efforts to establish trust in his administration and help drive Sri Lanka out of its worst financial crisis.
The petition comes amid reports, rejected by Sri Lankan government, that President Gotabaya Rajapaksa left the country as his location remains unknown.
President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's whereabouts are unknown since Friday, but sources tell PTI he is speculated to be at a Sri Lanka Naval facility.
Demonstrators, who have been protesting outside the President’s office for the past few months, stormed inside the premises and were reportedly seen jumping...
Earlier on Saturday, Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's residence was stormed and occupied by protesters. He is at an unknown location.
Sri Lanka is ready to turn the page on the Rajapaksa family, which was once feted and admired by the Sinhala-Buddhist majority of the country.
However, Sri Lanka's President Gotabaya Rajapaksa had already vacated the premises before the protests began in Colombo.
The protest occupying the entrance to Gotabaya's office to demand his resignation entered its 50th day on Saturday.
Political awakening of the masses can change things around for Sri Lanka. But can people sustain the momentum and bring about reforms?
Supporters of the government attacked anti-government protesters on Monday, injuring 174, leading to a nationwide indefinite curfew.
The protesters are demanding the resignation of the government for failure in tackling the country's worst financial crisis.