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General elections were held in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) on 19 March 1960.
The following events occurred in February 1913.
Galaha electoral district was an electoral district of Sri Lanka between August 1947 and March 1960.
Grand Oriental Hotel or GOH (also previously known as the Taprobane Hotel) is a 3 star heritage hotel, located in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Hector Senarath Rajakaruna Bandara Kobbekaduwa (29 August 1916 - 17 September 1983) was a Sri Lankan politician and lawyer.
The history of Sri Lanka from 1948 to present is marked by the independence of the country through to Dominion and becoming a Republic.
Hungary–Sri Lanka relations are foreign relations between Hungary and Sri Lanka.
The following is an alphabetical list of topics related to Sri Lanka.
This page lists Sri Lanka-related articles with titles beginning with an alphabet letter T.
Deshamanya Jayantha Kelegama (1928 – 2005) was a Sri Lankan economist and civil servant.
Kovindapillai Alvapillai (23 November 1905 – 17 February 1979) was a leading Ceylon Tamil civil servant.
Kandy (Mahanuwara) electoral district was an electoral district of Sri Lanka between August 1947 and February 1989.
Kolonna electoral district was an electoral district of Sri Lanka between March 1960 and February 1989.
Kolonnawa electoral district was an electoral district of Sri Lanka between March 1960 and February 1989.
This is a list of politicians who also worked as actors.
This is a partial listing of prominent political families in Sri Lanka.
The following is a list of notable Sri Lankan actors and actresses.
The Minister of Finance is an appointment in the Cabinet of Sri Lanka.
The Minister of Highways, Ports & Shipping was an appointment in the Cabinet of Sri Lanka that was responsible for the creation, development, implementation and the governance of the highways, ports and their transport services and the headquarters of the institutions under the ministry.
The Ministry of Highways, Ports and Shipping was a Sri Lankan government ministry responsible for the governance,implementation,creation and development of Ports including Colombo, Galle and Trincomalee ports, Highways including Southern expressway, Colombo Outer Circular expressway, Katunayake exprssway and their transport services.
Nanayakkarapathirage Martin Perera, better known as Dr.
Ruby Jasmine de Mel (born 04 December 1917,died 08 November 2004) was a popular Sri Lankan actress.
Palansuriya Mohottalalage Dingiri Mahaththaya (පලන්සුරිය මොහොට්ටාලලාගේ ඩිංගිරි මහත්තයා) or Kalalelle Ananda Sagara (KAS / Kayes) (කළල්ඇල්ලේ ආනන්ද සාගර (කේයස්)) or Sagara Palansuriya (සාගර පලන්සූරිය) as he was known in his late life, was a poet, teacher and a member of parliament.
The Sri Lanka Sama Samaja Party (SLSSP) was formed in 1982, when the LSSP split over the question of a coalition with the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP).
Tamara Kumari Ilangaratne (née Aludeniya) (born 15 March 1925) was a Ceylonese politician.
Ranasinghe Hettiarachchilage Ignatius Anthony Silva, or popularly as Deshabandu Tony Ranasinghe (31 July 1937 – 16 June 2015) was a veteran actor in cinema, teledrama and stage drama in Sri Lanka.
Ilukpitiya Mudiyanselage Vijaya Nandasiri (6 May 1947 – 8 August 2016) was a Sri Lankan dramatist and actor.
Member of Parliament from 1977 to 1994 Deputy Mayor Colombo 1970-1971 Member Colombo Municipal Council 1962-1977 District Minister of Colombo 1978-1988 Minister of Petroleum Services 1988-1989 State Minister of Industries 1989-1990 Weerasinghe Mallimarachchi (died 24 October 1994) was the Cabinet Minister of Food / Co-operative and Janasaviya) of United National Party government from 1990-94. He was elected to parliament in 1977 & re-elected in 1989 and in 1994 from the Kolonnawa electorate in Colombo district. Parliamentary election of 1994. But his political life was cut short when he was assassinated by a female suicide bomber of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) while attending an election rally in support of Gamini Dissanayake, for the Presidential election of 1994.
Welikadawatte, a middle-class housing estate in Rajagiriya, Sri Lanka, was a result of the first co-operative housing scheme in Sri Lanka.
1992 was designated as.