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The Daily Mirror is a British national daily tabloid newspaper founded in 1903. It is owned by parent company Reach plc. From 1985 to 1987, and from 1997 to 2002, the title on its masthead was simply The Mirror.

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Chinese vaccine won't be given to Lankans until safety aspect ensured: Sri Lankan Health Minister
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Chinese vaccine won't be given to Lankans until safety aspect ensured: Sri Lankan Health Minister

China's Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine will not be given to Sri Lankans until the safety aspect of the vaccine is ensured by the health authorities, the country's Health Minister Pavithra Wanniarachchi has said.

Experts disapprove using Chinese vaccine Sinopharm on Sri Lankans: Report
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Experts disapprove using Chinese vaccine Sinopharm on Sri Lankans: Report

Sri Lanka's senior medical experts have stated that the Chinese vaccine Sinopharm, which were given by Beijing should not be used on Sri Lankan nationals, according to a report published in Daily Mirror.

Sri Lanka raises concerns with China over doormat using national flag print, demands inquiry
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Sri Lanka raises concerns with China over doormat using national flag print, demands inquiry

After reports of Chinese-made doormats featuring Sri Lanka's national flag being sold online surfaced on social media, the Sri Lankan Foreign Ministry has raised its concerns with China and had called for a full-scale inquiry into the sale of such doormats, Daily Mirror online reported.

Lanka cabinet seeks details about Chinese-contracted energy project
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Lanka cabinet seeks details about Chinese-contracted energy project

Sri Lankan Cabinet has sought more details about the renewable energy project, whose contract was recently handed over to a Chinese company, in three islands off Jaffna.

Sri Lanka seeks India's support ahead of UNHRC session
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Sri Lanka seeks India's support ahead of UNHRC session

Sri Lanka has sought India's support ahead of the March session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva during which Colombo's record in human rights and related accountability will be probed.

SL Parliament closed for 2 days after Covid-19 case
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SL Parliament closed for 2 days after Covid-19 case

Colombo, Oct 26 The Sri Lankan Parliament has been closed for two days to disinfect the complex after ...

Pompeo to arrive in SL on Tuesday
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Pompeo to arrive in SL on Tuesday

Colombo, Oct 26 US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is scheduled to arrive in Sri Lanka on Tuesday ...

Will hand over UNP to young leader: Ex-SL PM
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Will hand over UNP to young leader: Ex-SL PM

Colombo, Aug 17 Former Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, who has announced his decision to step down ...

SL govt aims at total relaxation of curfew by June
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SL govt aims at total relaxation of curfew by June

The Sri Lankan government aims at total relaxation of the curfew restrictions imposed in the wake of the COVID-19 ...

SL curfew to be partially relaxed from Monday
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SL curfew to be partially relaxed from Monday

An ongoing curfew in Sri Lanka due to the coronavirus pandemic will be partially relaxed from Monday onwards, the President's Media Division (PMD) said on Sunday.

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