Sri Lanka seeks Indian state help for major IT push

Sri Lanka seeks Indian state help for major IT push

Chief minister of India’s Andhra Pradesh said Sunday that Sri Lanka sought help from his southern state to adopt internet-based technologies for a major energy saving and water management drive. Chandrababu Naidu said he discussed with President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe about enhancing cooperation to…

Nuclear projects in third countries: Indian cog in Russia’s nuclear apparatus

Nuclear projects in third countries: Indian cog in Russia’s nuclear apparatus

Russian state-owned nuclear utility Rosatom has indicated that it would cooperate with India in building Russian-designed nuclear power stations in third countries. The Russians have established a regional centre in Mumbai, which is aimed at reinforcing partnerships with Indian suppliers and coordinating the company’s proposed projects in Bangladesh…

Agri sector needs more freely available technology – WB

Agri sector needs more freely available technology – WB

The Sri Lankan government must support the agriculture sector with more freely available technology, World Bank Senior Regulatory Specialist, Rajendra Singh said . Speaking at an event in Colombo organized by LIRNEasia,recently in Colombo he said that the World Bank too will support an initiative of this nature.…

PM unveils Technology Operation Centre for LSE

PM unveils Technology Operation Centre for LSE

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe unveiled the technology operation center for the London stock exchange group in Sri Lanka…

Five IT companies begin operations at GIT Japan

Five IT companies begin operations at GIT Japan

The Global IT (GIT) Park Japan was opened on August 23 at Minami Uonuma City, Japan. Five Sri…

Japan’s bullet-trains play a significant part in the growth plan

Japan’s bullet-trains play a significant part in the growth plan

Britain may have invented the steam locomotive and Germany the electric tram but Japan can viably claim to…

Neurologist treks to Everest to study monks in meditation

Neurologist treks to Everest to study monks in meditation

B.C. researchers have returned from Everest with some enlightening findings about the human brain. Scientists trekked to the…

Sri Lanka to cancel Indian coal plant deal; proposes LNG instead

Sri Lanka to cancel Indian coal plant deal; proposes LNG instead

Sri Lanka will cancel plans for a 500 megawatt Indian-built coal-fired power plant at its strategic eastern port…

South Asia supports falling Indian engineering exports

South Asia supports falling Indian engineering exports

Sri Lanka helped to boost India’s engineering exports as it emerged as the next best market after the…

Western arms contractors worried over success of Indian Tejas Jet

Western arms contractors worried over success of Indian Tejas Jet

Leading defence and aeronautical firms of the West are reportedly worried over the success of the Tejas Trainer…

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