COLOMBO, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Sri Lanka named a new selection committee on Tuesday, putting former test bowler Graeme Labrooy in charge of the five-member panel as they seek a reversal in the team's fortune.
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Sri Lanka's ex-army chief Sarath Fonseka Tuesday said he had been denied a visa to attend the UN general assembly because of unresolved war crime allegations against the military. The war-time general, who is now minister of regional...Show More Summary
Jeffrey Tsang is a sailor on a cargo ship. On a recent voyage from the Red Sea to Sri Lanka to Singapore to Hong Kong, he set up a camera facing the bow of the ship to record the month-long journey. From ~80,000 photos taken, he constructed a 10-minute time lapse that somehow manages to be both meditative and informative. Show More Summary
A Financial Times journalist was killed by a crocodile while washing his hands at a lagoon in Sri Lanka during a holiday with pals. Paul McClean, 25, an Oxford University graduate, is understood to have wandered away from his group of friends to find a toilet when he was attacked. Show More Summary
India's line-up didn't change significantly from the one in their last match against Sri Lanka; Australia brought back James Faulkner and Nathan Coulter-Nile to their XI, while handing a debut to Hilton Cartwright
COLOMBO, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Former Sri Lanka batsman Chamara Silva has been banned for two years from all cricket-related activities for misconduct and violating 'spirit of the game' during a domestic match, the country's cricket board said on Sunday.
The former Sri Lanka Test player, along with several others on both sides, have been punished for suspicious events in a Tier B first-class match
A British journalist believed to have been attacked by a crocodile in Sri Lanka died of drowning, police said Saturday following a post-mortem examination. The body of 24-year-old Paul McClean, who worked for the Financial Times, was found Friday in a coastal village lagoon a day after he went missing. British media reports said McClean was holidaying in Sri Lanka with friends.
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Sri Lankan navy divers on Friday found the body of a British journalist who is believed to have been attacked by a crocodile while holidaying with friends on a beach.
Paul McLean was on vacation when the beast is believed to have dragged him into a river.
A journalist for Financial Times was reportedly eaten by a crocodile after he strayed away from his friends to wash his hands at a nearby lagoon in Sri Lanka. Read more...
Sri Lanka's Red Mosque, or Jami Ul-Alfar Masjid, is one of the architectural wonders of the world. Situated in the bustling Pettah district, one of the oldest parts of the city of Colombo, its tall minarets are seen from almost every...Show More Summary
Graeme Labrooy, who presently serves as an ICC match referee, represented Sri Lanka in nine Tests and 44 ODIs between 1986 and 1992
Sri Lanka's navy divers have found the body of a British journalist who is suspected to have been attacked by a crocodile.
LONDON - A young journalist at the Financial Times was dragged into a river and killed by a crocodile whilst holidaying in Sri Lanka, the BBC reported on Friday. Paul McClean, an Oxford University graduate with a first-class degree in...Show More Summary
A British journalist was fatally attacked by a crocodile while vacationing with friends in Sri Lanka. Financial Times journalist and Oxford graduate Paul McClean, 24, was washing his hands in a river near a popular surfing spot when a crocodile attacked, dragging him from shore, witnesses say. Fishermen rushed to...
In September of 2014, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the nation of Sri Lanka, becoming the first Japanese Prime Minister to do so in 24 years, since Toshiki Kaifu in 1990.In probably less grand fashion, some of us at City Cost i.e. Show More Summary
Paul McClean was a 24-year-old journalist for the Financial Times.
Sri Lankan police Friday found the body of a 24-year-old British journalist, Paul McClean, who is suspected to have been killed by a crocodile. Divers found McClean's corpse in the mud of a lagoon in the coastal village of Panama, 360 kilometres (225 miles) east of the capital Colombo by road, a police spokesman said. Show More Summary