Currently, the Sri Lankan education system is struggling to keep pace with the rapid changes happening in the world. Public education is underfunded, and private tuition has become an unregulated, monopolistic industry.
by Jude Amory In the shadows of Sri Lanka’s diverse and tumultuous history, a new chapter unfolds – one characterised by a disconcerting surge in crime and gang violence. A wave ofMore
The grandeur of the legal profession in this country and its related rich traditions have mainly derived from the British. The inception of the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka dates back toMore
President Ranil Wickremesinghe’s July 20-21 visit to New Delhi ended with India and Sri Lanka jointly evolving an economic partnership vision to speed up Sri Lanka’s economic recovery. The Indian Ministry ofMore
The Sri Lankan High Commissioner to India, Milinda Moragoda, says the Indo-Sri Lankan bilateral relationship is too important to be measured with the island nation’s relationship with China. Speaking at a pressMore
Editorial As the traditional new year is celebrated in Sri Lanka and other Asian countries this April, it is crucial to bear in mind the fundamental meaning and value of this momentousMore
I concluded a previous article published Sri Lanka Guardian on January 28, 2023 (Is recolonisation the final solution II) touching on the deplorable situation that innocent Sri Lankans have been plunged intoMore