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Sri Lanka’s agripreneurial community makes recommendations for the revival of the agriculture sector ahead of food crisis

There are constant dire warnings of impending food shortages citing many causes and blames onpast actions. While it is useful and wise to be forewarned, the warnings alone will not…

Crisis in Colombo port drives shipping lines to alternative routes

Due to the ongoing political unrest in Sri Lanka, shipping lines are going for transshipment routes that do not pass through the port of Colombo for the transport of goods…

Sri Lanka identifies 7 key items to import from India

Crisis-ridden Sri Lanka has identified seven classes of products, aside from petroleum, to be imported from India this year under credit facilities, according to Indian media reports. The product classes…

India to provide crisis-hit Sri Lanka with an additional US$500 million for fuel

Sri Lanka’s continued fuel crisis has prompted India to extend another helping hand to the troubled island nation with an additional $500 million in financial aid. Sri Lanka’s foreign ministry…

Crisis-hit Sri Lanka, India revive talks to link electric grids

(Reuters) – India and Sri Lanka have resumed talks on linking their electricity grids, officials told Reuters on Tuesday, a step that could aid New Delhi’s goal of reducing China’s…

Indian Companies Scramble To Set Up Renewable Energy Projects In Sri Lanka

Indian companies have bagged several renewable energy projects in economic-crisis hit Sri Lanka. The Indian government has offered a line of credit to Sri Lanka to help the island nation…

Sri Lanka to obtain $1 bn credit from India

Sri Lanka’s Finance Minister Basil Rajapaksa signed a $1 billion credit line with India on Thursday to help ease crippling shortages of essential items, including fuel, food and medicine, officials…

China Communications Construction Company Bags Two Lucrative Port Deals in Sri Lanka

Chinese-state owned China Communications Construction Company has secured two lucrative port deals at the deep-water East Container Terminal (ECT) of Port of Colombo as China made further inroads deep into…

Children in Sri Lanka ranked 61st riskiest globally to the impacts of the climate crisis – UNICEF

Young people living in Sri Lanka are ranked at 61st riskiest globally to the impacts of climate change, threatening their health, education, and protection, according to a new UNICEF report…

India aims to meet vaccine orders placed by Sri Lanka in August

Depending on the scale of production of vaccines, India is aiming to meet vaccine orders placed by Sri Lanka and other South Asian neighbors by July-end or August, The Print…