MUSIC INDUSTRY LOSES PART OF ITS SOUL: – by Joe Van Langenberg     Once again as many times before, death has snuffed out the life of yet another gifted performer, who could be deservedly described, as one of those who left his footprint on music industry’s hallowed turf; the ...

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Knowledge Graphs: A graph for linking entities? By Aditya Abeysinghe   The use of graphs for retrieving relationships between data entities has caused a massive growth of a new method for search of similar data. Graph databases are used from simple search engine results of searched text to complex social ...

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Dear All,  It is with profound sadness that I announce the passing away of Old Antonian and Past President of the SACKOBA (Colombo Branch) Mr. Spencer Dias on Saturday. Remains will lie at A.F. Raymond’s Funeral Parlour, Borella, Colombo 08 from today (Monday, 10th of January 2022) evening for final respects. Cortege leaves the Funeral Parlour at ...

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Cambrians and Sebs to battle after two years   Source:Island (From left) Rev. Fr. Herman Eranga – Middle School In-charge, St. Sebastian’s College, Moratuwa (SSC), Rev. Fr. Samesh Anthony – Prefect of Games (SSC), Rev. Fr. Sharm Dassanayake – Vice Rector (SSC), Rev. Fr. Sanjeewa Mendis – Rector (SSC), Lasantha ...

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SLC lets down Sri Lanka by ignoring Lankan’s claim for authorship of UDRS-by Shenali D Waduge Source:Lankaweb Is it jealousy or simply a couldn’t care less attitude that stops a country from taking up a just cause on behalf of one’s own countryman who has been engaged in a lone ...

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Fostering understanding for young members of the expatriate Sri Lankan community   Source:Asiafoundation The Foundation created LankaCorps to help members of the expatriate Sri Lankan community engage with post-conflict Sri Lanka and to enhance their understanding of the country. The program fosters identification with Sri Lanka among youth with limited ...

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