"Dinesh Chandimal has appealed against the match referee's findings that saw him suspended for one Test after being found guilty of changing the condition of the ball," the ICC said on its Twitter handle.
However, Sri Lanka Cricket team has denied these allegations and said their players were not involved in any such wrongdoing.
The IMF welcomed the island nation's increase in fuel prices last month -- a precondition for it to receive USD 252 million of the three-year loan approved in June 2016.
Early this month, Sirisena was forced to face a vote of no confidence in Parliament moved by the Joint Opposition which has the backing of Rajapaksa
The company, an exclusive master franchisee of US-based Sothebys International Realty, will do business as Sri Lanka Sotheby's International Realty.
In a written response to a question, V K Singh, minister of state in the External Affairs Ministry, said India gave a grant of Rs 2,088.19 crore to Afghanistan, a country torn by war and insurgency, between 2014 and 2018 (until January).
The company will hold 35 per cent of the share capital in the joint venture(JV), with the remaining proposed to be held by Ideal or any of its affiliates, M&M said in a regulatory filing.
President Sirisena, who returned to Sri Lanka last night from an official visit to India and Japan, removed the state of emergency as the situation in the country returned to normal.
Please stay tuned for live updates on India's third T20I in the tri-series against Sri Lanka.
The tri-series is back to square-one as all three teams have won a match each. Making the second round of series crucial.
Ranjith Madduma Bandara, a senior politician from Wickremesinghe's United National Party (UNP) was sworn in this morning as the new minister in charge of the police.
The Indian cricket team is currently in Sri Lanka and is is slated to play the tri-series opener against the hosts later on Tuesday.
The tri-series in Sri Lanka can prove to be a rare opportunity for this young Indian side to display their talent.
The associations will be meeting the chief minister on February 28 to discuss Sri Lanka's Foreign Fisheries boats Regulation Act.
This was following a reported request by President Maithripala Sirisena to the UNP leader to step down as premier.
Rajapaksa's new political party defeated President Sirisena's Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) and PM Wickremesinghe's United National Party (UNP), winning 225 councils or two thirds of the 340 councils.
The Indo-Japanese partnership will set up a 2.6-2.7 million tonnes a year floating LNG receipt facility off the island's western coast, bigger than the previously envisaged 1.5-2 million tonnes a year facility.
Sri Lankan parliament has approved the amendments (to the Foreign Fisheries Boats Regulation Act) to increase fines on foreign vessels poaching in the country's waters.
In a letter to PM Narendra Modi, Chief Minister K Palaniswami referred to Sri Lanka's latest Foreign Fishing Vessels Bill, pointing out it allowed for longer periods of incarceration and huge penalties.
The two patents are valid through 2033 and 2032, respectively, the company said in a BSE filing.
Sri Lanka’s Ministry of Finance and Export-Import Bank of India (Exim Bank) signed an agreement in this regard on January 10, the Indian High Commission said.
The naval personnel also hurled stones at the fishermen and cut the fishing nets of 50 boats, following which all the fishermen returned to the shore this morning.
Fishermen from Rameswaram and Mandapam had ventured into sea yesterday on 800 boats and were fishing near Katchatheevu islet when the Lankan Navy arrived and told them to leave
"India continued to be the top source market with 384,628 arrivals (up 7.8 per cent) followed by China with 268,952 (down 1 per cent) and UK 201,879 (up 7.3 per cent)," a release by the Tourism Development Authority said.
The deal follows an earlier Chinese investment of USD 1.4 billion to carry out reclamation work for the wider Colombo International Financial City development, strategically located next to Sri Lanka's harbour, the only deep sea container port in the region.