Newcomer to the world of literature, Sri Lankan author Imanthi Perera officially launched her debut book titled ‘Ink Theory – reflections of who I was, who I became, and who I chose to be’ at a special gathering on Saturday, 5th November 2016, at the Barefoot Gallery Café in Colombo.

IPM Sri Lanka – the nation's leader in human resources management – announced that their Past President and Fellow Member Lalith A. P. Wijetunga has been elected as the President-Elect of The Organization of Professional Associations of Sri Lanka (OPA) for the year 2016/17 at the recently concluded Annual General Meeting.

IPM Sri Lanka, the Nation’s leader in human resources management was recently appointed as the franchise partner of University of Salford, Manchester, UK to offer University of Salford’s Bachelor of Science (B. Sc) and Master of Science (M. Sc) degrees in Human Resources Management locally in Sri Lanka., Sri Lanka’s leading eLearning portal, recently partnered with the University of Kelaniya to conduct an innovation-centric ‘hakathon’ which concluded this month with an open competition for members of the public.

Following on from a very successful 2016 Festival, the Fairway Galle Literary Festival returns bigger and better running from 11th to 15th January 2017.

The Wesley College DramSoc presents ‘Chorus and the Bard : an evening of Choral Music and Shakespeare’ at 5.30 pm and 7.30 pm at the Punchi Theatre, Borella on Thursday 20 October 2016.

Sri Lanka’s No. 1 chocolate, Ritzbury has once again joined hands with Sri Lanka Schools Athletic Association (SLSAA) to support the Sir John Tarbet Junior School Athletic Championship for the 4th consecutive year as the sole sponsor.

IPM Sri Lanka – the Nation’s leader in human resources management - recently entered into a Strategic Partnership with the National Youth Development Bureau (NYDB) to support NYDB’s objectives of eliminating poverty and unemployment whilst empowering the youth in the aspects of education, employment, health and wellbeing, sports, arts and culture by the year 2020.

The Minister of Tourism Development and Christian Affairs Hon. John Amaratunga was the Chief Guest of the 45th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Ceylon Hotel School Graduate Association (CHSGA) whose members are the alumni of the Sri Lanka Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management (SLITHM).

Five of the City School of Architecture’s (CSA) most promising students were treated to a rare tour of AkzoNobel’s regional headquarters and R&D facilities in Singapore.

The British Council in Sri Lanka announced the reopening of its newly revamped Colombo and Kandy premises with celebrations on 27 September in Colombo and 29 September in Kandy.

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