30 May 2015
Colombo: Former Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa, who is mounting a political comeback, has expressed fears that the separatist Tamil Tigers could regroup and revive terrorism in the country.
28 May 2015
Karachi: Managing to impress the visiting Zimbabwe cricket team with its security arrangements, the PCB is now targeting a tour by the Sri Lankan outfit sometime in April next year.
28 May 2015
Colombo: Sri Lankan cricket's governing body on Wednesday announced the sacking of three officials after allegations that members of the women's national team were asked to perform sexual favours to keep their places.
27 May 2015
Colombo: Former South African player and Mumbai Indians fielding coach Jonty Rhodes arrived here on Tuesday after being roped for a 10-day stint as fielding coach ahead of the Sri Lanka’s home series against Pakistan next month.
23 May 2015
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka's Sports Ministry said on Friday that an investigation had found evidence that members of the national women's cricket team had been forced to perform sexual favours for officials in order to earn or keep their places in the squad.
22 May 2015
Colombo: Sports Minister Navin Dissanayake is to institute disciplinary proceedings against officials who have been faulted in an investigation to probe sexual harassment of members of the Sri Lankan women's cricket team.
25 May 2015
Kolkata: The BCCI’s tours and fixtures committee on Sunday named Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru and Nagpur as the four venues for the Test series against South Africa, to be played through October and November this year.
16 May 2015
Colombo: Sri Lanka on Saturday handed over 37 Indian fishermen - arrested for allegedly poaching in the island's waters on April 3, to the Indian coast guards in northern Jaffna peninsula, a day after a local court had ordered their release.
11 May 2015
Colombo: Champaka Ramanayake has replaced Chaminda Vaas as Sri Lanka's fast bowling coach, Sri Lanka Cricket announced on Monday.
19 May 2015
Colombo: Achieving national reconciliation with the minority Tamil community is a priority for the new Sri Lankan government, President Maithripala Sirisena said on Tuesday, underlining that winning hearts and minds is more important than reconstructing war-devastated buildings.