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17 Extremely Rare Photos Capture Everyday Life of Ceylon (Sri Lanka) in the 1880s

Sri Lanka is an island country in South Asia. Sri Lanka has maritime borders with India to the northwest and the Maldives to the southwest. Sri Lanka's geographic location and deep harbours made it of great strategic importance from the time of the ancient Silk Road through to World War II. Show More Summary

Cricket-Malinga to face disciplinary inquiry - Sri Lanka board

MUMBAI, June 27 (Reuters) - Fast bowler Lasith Malinga will face a disciplinary inquiry by Sri Lanka Cricket for comments he made to the media in breach of his contract, the board announced on Tuesday.

Malinga to face disciplinary inquiry

2 hours agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Sri Lanka fast bowler Lasith Malinga will face a disciplinary inquiry from Sri Lanka Cricket for "repeated breach" of the terms of his contract

Sri Lanka tea farmers struggle after devastating floods

Tea industry counts cost of natural disaster that claimed 200 lives and displaced more than 600,000 people last month.

Nina Myskow takes the Europa 2 from Sri Lanka to Singapore

The Mail on Sunday's Nina Myskow stepped aboard the sleek Europa 2 cruise ship, and sailed from Sri Lanka to Singapore via Burma, Thailand and Malaysia.

Cricket-Sri Lanka coach Ford steps down before Zimbabwe series

June 24 (Reuters) - Sri Lanka coach Graham Ford has stepped down after 15 months in his second stint with the team, the cricket board announced on Saturday.

Ford's resignation a possibility after strained relation with SLC

3 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Ties between the board and the Sri Lanka coach are understood to be imperiled because of what Graham Ford believes are unacceptable intrusions by the board in the management of the team

06/21/17 In Briefs: News From Ireland, New Zealand & Sri Lanka

By Loretta Race on SwimSwam Catch up on the smaller swimming stories from around the web with today's edition of 'In Briefs.' Read the full story on SwimSwam: 06/21/17 In Briefs: News From Ireland, New Zealand & Sri Lanka

Sangakkara backs Roy to bounce back from Champions Trophy disappointment

6 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Kumar Sangakkara, the former Sri Lanka captain, believes that Jason Roy is ready to bounce back from his disappointing showing in the ICC Champions Trophy

Galle to host first ODI since 2000 on Zimbabwe visit

Zimbabwe will begin their first bilateral tour of Sri Lanka since 2002 by playing the first two of five ODIs in Galle, a venue that has not hosted ODI cricket since 2000

Taking selfies near trains could get you arrested in this country

The popularity of selfies continues to soar worldwide, but if you are anywhere near a train in Sri Lanka you may want to steer clear. Read more...

Scotland look to capitalise on rare Full Member series

Playing a Full Member in an ODI for the first time since the 2015 World Cup, Scotland will look to show that their seven-wicket trouncing of Sri Lanka in an unofficial one-dayer less than a month ago was no fluke

Ford sees bright future for Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka head coach Graham Ford has said that Sri Lanka had more positives to take from the Champions Trophy than some of the other teams in the tournament

Taking selfies near trains could get you arrested in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka cracks down on anyone taking pictures of themselves on railway tracks or close to a moving train. Aaron Dickens reports.        

USS Lake Erie Aids Disaster-Relief Efforts After Floods in Sri Lanka

The USS Lake Erie has arrived in Sri Lanka to provide humanitarian assistance to victims of last month's deadly floods.

'Soft dismissals a concern' - Sarfraz

2 weeks agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Pakistan will find time to address concerns about their middle order despite the joy of overcoming Sri Lanka to progress to the knockout stage

UPDATE 1-Cricket-Sarfraz steers Pakistan into Champions Trophy semis

June 12 (Reuters) - Pakistan overcame a familiar attack of batting nerves to beat Sri Lanka by three wickets in a see-saw Group B game at Sophia Gardens to set up a Champions Trophy semi-final with hosts England back in Cardiff on Wednesday.

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