The United Kingdom has respected the death of the Office of Missing Persons Bill in the Sri Lankan Parliament, hailing it as a "critical stride" forward on the way to compromise.
"Its usage will help the groups of individuals who are lost over all Sri Lanka's people group to set up the destiny of their friends and family and to cultivate compromise," an announcement said.
"We perceive that the Office will confront a noteworthy test determining numerous a huge number of cases."
Sunday, August 14, 2016
Saturday, August 13, 2016
The Commercial Bank of Ceylon has developed its development force into the second quarter of the year to record vigorous execution markers for the six months finishing 30th June 2016 in the midst of expanding expenses of assets and contracting edges.
Sri Lanka's benchmark private bank has reported benefit before VAT and NBT of Rs 10.391 billion recording a development of 18.91% for the six month time frame on Gross Income of Rs 42.935 billion, which mirrored a change of 18.46% over the comparing six months of a year ago.
Tuesday, August 9, 2016
WCIC's Woman Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 finishes up on a high note delegated 18 lady business visionaries
Through this facility, UN agency can give a supplier-finance credit line to Hela article of clothing against assets from elite international patrons, providing assets on to the corporate.
Monday, July 25, 2016
Although an advertising jingle may stick in your head, it's a company's logo and brand promise imprinted on your favorite pen, USB drive or travel mug that serves as a daily reminder of a company that is often kept and used for years.
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
"The great thing is, no matter what your age, size or fitness level, it's never too late to start exercising," said Jaza Marina, M.D., a Kaiser Permanente physician who specializes in elder care. "We strongly recommend seniors do exercises that maintain strength, balance and flexibility. Our goal is to reduce their risk of falls and injuries, so they can stay healthy and independent."
Saturday, July 9, 2016
It is no longer a brave new world for businesses. The digital age is here, and if experts are to be believed, businesses that have not already embraced this opportunity, risk joining those companies that refuse to adapt, and consequently are rapidly losing customers and revenue.
Consider this: according to the statistical website multpl.com, during 2015, S&P 500 companies as a group lost 3 percent in sales and 15 percent in earnings. At the same time, "Unicorn" private sectors companies, which are valued at more than $1 billion, including organizations such as Uber and Airbnb, are transforming the global business landscape in the digital age and quickly stepping over the old guard.