Several Chinese projects still under review

The Prime Minister also said that Sri Lanka’s foreign policy will be discussed with Parliament in order to reach the best possible policy framework. “We will discuss all our foreign and internal policies when the President convenes parliament on September 1. All matters will be discussed with the parry leaders and we will debate on what should be the basic policy framework,” he said.Asked how he intends on balancing ties with India and China, the Prime Minister said that Sri Lanka will work with both countries based on its foreign policy. (Colombo Gazette) Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe says Chinese projects launched by the previous regime are being reviewed but some projects have already been cleared.The Prime Minister was responding to a question raised by a foreign journalist while having a chat after the Prime Minister met the media briefly last week after winning the Parliamentary election. “We are reviewing it and we have already started some of them. We will decide on the other projects as well. The process is on,” he said. read more

Denmark and Netherlands going for medals

Women’s EHF EURO 2016 The Netherlands and Denmark are at semi-final of the Women’s EHF EURO 2016 and they will clash for the place at the final! The Dutch girls had to beat Spain and they did it for the first ever EURO semi-final – 29:24 with 10 goals of Estavana Polman.In Helsinborg, their way to the final weekend in Gothenburg found Danish girls by beating Romania 21:17. Anne Mette Hansen was in the role of “Christina Neagu” with nine goals, while Romanian handball princess had the worst evening on the tournament with 3 goals from 13 shots what affected play of the whole team. Danish goalie Sandra Toft was amazing, once again, with 15 saves.Norway waiting for their rivals at the second semi-final. Germany beat Sweden 28:22 to secure third place and now wait Serbia to make a miracle and stop France.STANDINGS:The Netherlands 8Germany 7France 6Sweden 3Serbia 3Spain 1Hungary played 26:26 with Russia.GROUP B:Norway 8Denmark 7Romania 6Russia 4Czech Republic 2Hungary 1 ← Previous Story Handball journalists and fans together for WORLD HANDBALL COACH 2016 Next Story → AFTER 10 YEARS: France to chase Norway for the final! read more