Pakistan concludes their epic, seven-week cricket tour of Sri Lanka Saturday, as the two countries square off in the second of two T20 matches, with Pakistan looking for the one thing they have not yet been able to achieve on the confidence-boosting tour — a sweep. Show More Summary
This tour has been Pakistan's most fruitful trip to Sri Lanka since 2006, and now on Saturday they have a shot at sweeping the trophies in the series finale at the R Premadasa Stadium
Sri Lanka is all set to receive blanket Internet covera […]
Sri Lanka left-arm seamer Chanaka Welegedara has migrated to Australia after being overlooked for the home Test series against Pakistan
Bringing internet to remote regions by sending internet-enabled balloons into the stratosphere sure sounds like a wild idea, but it's about to become a reality for the resident of Sri Lanka. The government of the island nation has just...Show More Summary
Pakistan chose to bat in the first T20 international against a Sri Lanka side that had four debutants, including three uncapped players
Facebook has all the users, Sri Lanka connects to Google, Angry Birds 2 released, Amazon pushes the button, Microsoft adds ads to Solitaire, and The Last of McGyver. Facebook Is Still Growing Facebook is continuing to grow at an astonishing rate, with 1.49 billion people now using the site on a monthly basis. Show More Summary
Watch live online as Sri Lanka, the top-ranked T20 international cricket team in the world, face Pakistan looking for a degree of redemption after losing a Test series, followed by a 3-2 loss in a One Day International series as the teams close out the Pakistan 2015 tour of their island rivals with a pair Watch Sri Lanka Vs. Show More Summary
Announced earlier today, Google is planning to soon cover every inch of Sri Lanka with seamless access to affordable, high-speed internet.
You know Project Loon? Google’s ambitious plan to provide cheap Internet access to underdeveloped parts of the world via a fleet of high altitude balloons? Well after years of testing and refining the technology, the company is finally ready to deploy it for real — and it’s starting with the small island nation of Sri Lanka. Show More Summary
The search giant is looking to bring its Wi-Fi-beaming balloons to the South Asian country, but discussions are still in early stages.
Internet giant Google has had its fair share of experiments in the past, and while it was not expected for every single one of them to become a huge success (take Google+ for instance – it has recently been decoupled from YouTube), some of them have been zany enough to take off. Show More Summary
Google is working on many things, and that includes balloons that fly high in the sky to bring Internet infrastructure to locations that can’t be wired for it easily. Today, Sri Lanka announced that it’s the first country to ever get universal Internet access from Google’s Project Loon. Thanks to a partnership with Google, the country promises “affordable high-speed… Read More
Based on a recent deal, the connected balloons are expected to be floating over the Indian Ocean by March.
With five uncapped players in the squad, Sri Lanka are in the mood for experimentation, making it difficult to work out their starting XI for the first T20I against Pakistan
Sri Lanka will send their Emerging team to participate in the Moin-Ud-Dowla Gold Cup cricket tournament in Hyderabad, as a build up to grooming youngsters for the next World Cup
“Project Loon” will make Sri Lanka the first nation on earth to enjoy complete, coast-to-coast 3G coverage.
Producer, rapper and DJ DeLon might have cut his teeth at rap competitions in Compton and South Central. But he’s a son of Sri Lanka at his core. “The kings and queens of Sri Lankan lineage has been written down and quantified over the last 4,000 years,” DeLon says, proudly...
Fast bowler Dushmantha Chameera is expected to miss Sri Lanka's first Test against India in Galle because he has not fully recovered from a side strain
WISTA International Board Member and INDIA President Ms.Sanjam Sahi Gupta attended the first Annual General Meeting (AGM) of WISTA Sri Lanka that was held on 22nd of July 2015.