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Zimbabwe shocks SL with six wicket win

June 30 (CI) A belligerent 112 from Solomon Mire set Zimbabwe on track, Sean Williams' 65 provided stability, and Sikandar Raza's sparkling 67 not out laid out the finishing touches as a fearless Zimbabwe ran down SL's score of 316 to make history in Galle. Not only was this Zimbabwe's first ODI victory against SL on the island, it was also the first time any team successfully pursued a score in excess of 300. more..

Stats: Zimbabwe ace first successful 300-plus chase in Sri Lanka

June 30 (CI) 0: Previous instances of a 300-plus target being chased down successfully in Sri Lanka in 32 attempts. Zimbabwe's pursuit of 318 was the highest successful chase in the country. The previous highest was 289 by Sri Lanka against Pakistan in 2009. Sri Lanka becomes the twelfth country to witness a successful 300-plus chase. Out of 67 instances of teams successfully chasing 300-plus targets, India has hosted 13, followed by 11 in England. more..

According to Lenin some of our university students are terrorists: Rajitha

June 30 (Island) If the legendary Russian leader Vladimir Lenin was alive, he would brand the manner in which some current university students behave as terrorism, says Minister Rajitha Senaratne. Referring to last weeks invasion of the Health Ministry by some university students protesting against the SAITM, he told a news conference, that it was terrorism as described in Leninís book entitled Left-Wing Communism: An Infantile Disorder. more..

Mathews blames sloppy fielding for another defeat

June 30 (CI) Captain Angelo Mathews has once more blamed the loss to Zimbabwe on poor fielding, after his team failed to defend a target of 317. Three catches were dropped during the innings - two of them off top-scorer Solomon Mire. Dropped catches have plagued Sri Lanka for about two years now, but the problem has seemingly reached a nadir in 2017, when chances have been missed almost every match, most memorably more..

JO to launch protest against sale of Trinco port

June 30 (AD) The JO announced today that a protest would be launched against the sale of the Trincomalee port. Accordingly, they announced that the protest would be conducted in Trincomalee on Tuesday (03), and added that the rally would commence at 2.00 pm under the leadership of former President Rajapaksa. Meanwhile, MP Rohitha Abeygunawardana stated that the countryís economy had collapsed and that the mountain of problems in the country had grown larger. more..

Prof. Carlo Fonsekaís term of office comes to an end

June 30 (AD) Professor Carlo Fonsekaís tenure as the Sri Lanka Medical Council (SLMC) President is due to end today. Professor Carlo Fonseka has held office since 2012 up-to-date. His official tenure was supposed to end on Dec 31, 2016, as a SLMC Presidentís tenure is generally valid for a period of 5 years. However, the Ministry of Health took steps to extend his tenure by 6 more months. Accordingly, Registrar of the SLMC, Dr. Terrence de Silva stated that Council had already informed more..

Presidential Secretariat P.B. Abeykoon resigns?

June 30 (AD) Secretary to the President Mr P.B. Abeykoon has resigned due to personal reasons, sources said. †He had tendered his letter of resignation to the President this evening. Senior SLAS officer and former Public Administration Ministry Secretary was appointed as the Secretary to the then newly-elected President Maithripala Sirisena on Jan 10, 2015. Abeykoon joined the SL Administrative Service in 1982 more..

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