is why Sri Lanka enacted Electronic Transactions Act No. 19 of 2006, which was turning point of Sri Lankan ICT2 industry. It is innovative piece of legislation.
This report analyzes the Sri Lankan legal framework relating to e-commerce. First, it describes application of E-commerce in Sri Lanka during...
Welcome all of you to Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka was known as Ceylon before 1972 and became independent in 1948.its 1972 constitution claimed it an independent republic. Based on Geography profile showing that Sri lanka is about 65,610sq/km between West Asia and South East Asia. Sri Lanka is an...
and Wellness Tourism in Sri Lanka |
Group 04 |
Course: HTE 385-2 Health and Adventure Tourism
Lecturer: Mr.Manoj Samarathunga
Hospitality, Tourism and Events Management Degree Program
Uva Wellassa University of Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka officially the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, is an island country in the northern Indian Ocean off the southern coast of the Indian subcontinent in South Asia. Known until 1972 as Ceylon Sri Lanka has maritime borders with India to the northwest and the Maldives to the southwest...
Fabindia’s Foray into Sri Lanka
(Cross Culture Marketing)
Shamsy Goyal- 211
Punit Saraf- 230
Ridhee Singla- 238
Amar Bhartia- 255
Shashank Yagnick- 259
Akhil Jain – 2C
Anuj Agarwal – 6C
Pranav Arora – 30C
Shraddha Jha – 45C
Vaibhav Srivastava -53C
Vinit Patil – 55C
Macroeconomic Performance Indicators
Macroeconomic Challenge 1
Consequences of Conflict in Sri Lanka
Political consequence consequence (SC). (PC), Economic consequence (EC), and Social
PC: Political consequence is an important consequence of the Sri Lankan Conflict. Armed conflict arose out of the intense displeasure of the Tamils at their discrimination. An...
Sri Lanka is an island in the Indian Ocean, also often called the “The Pearl of the Indian Ocean”. Tourism in Sri Lanka has had its ups and downs. Such things like the civil war is now over, but for the past thirty years that the war was ongoing, a lot of people feared to travel to Sri Lanka and the...
Peace Ever since Sri Lanka became a democratic socialist republic, (1978)the Tamils of the north wanted to be an independent state and acted out through violence The first efforts toward peace were in 1985 at the Thimpu Talks which consisted of Tamil Delegation and Sri Lanka Delegation trying...
Tamil Tigers of Sri Lanka
The Tamil Tigers immigrated to Sri Lanka from southern India and made up ten to fifteen percent of the population. The Tigers were the minority when compared to the Sinhalese, who represented seventy-five percent of the population. Right away there was ethnic conflict due...
1. SRI LANKA A DESTINATION FOR TRAVEL AND TOURISM
1.1Tourist arrivals through the years
Over the years Sri Lanka has been a tourist attraction. The tourism industry in Sri Lanka has gone through an up and down road mostly due to the instability of the country. The graph below shows these...
With the recent development, Sri Lanka’s aim of developing a pharma industry should be to penetrate the global market since the internal market is not sufficient for any big firm to operate at optimum levels. According to a report published by Indian Council on International Relations in Dec. ‘14, the...
is a militant organization based in northern Sri Lanka. Founded in 1976, it has since actively waged a violent secessionist campaign that seeks to create an independent Tamil state in the north and east of Sri Lanka. This campaign has evolved into the Sri Lankan Civil War, one of longest running armed...
The Sri Lankan Tamils fought back against their oppressors, but the Negroes in Mississippi Burning did not fight back. The Tamils in Sri Lanka had started the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) to fight against the injustice the Sinhalese were giving them, but the Negroes did not start anything...
COUNTRY REPORT OF SRI LANKA
Rajat Khullar- FT-11-1021
Amit Yadav- FT-11-1040
Ancient history of logistics in Sri Lanka
Early years of Sri Lanka saw the evolvement logistics through the renowned work of the historical books. The military logistics has taken an essential part in the early history of Sri Lanka. The best examples of military logistics can be given below.
TODAY’S SRI LANKA
Development’s from 2010 to 2012
TODAY’S SRI LANKA
Sri Lanka successfully concluded a war against a terrorist Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in May 2009. There has been no terrorist violence in Sri Lanka since the end of the conflict. Today, Sri Lanka today is aggressively...
International Organization For standards
The Sri Lanka Standards Institution (SLSI) is a member of the International Standards organization, representing Sri Lanka. The member is the only status that has the right to vote.
The SLSI aims to:
increase productivity and maximize...
Gunmen opened fire on the Sri Lankan cricket team's bus in the Pakistani city of Lahore on Tuesday, killing at least eight people and wounding six team members.
Lahore test called off after attack on Lankan team
BCCI shocked by attack on Lanka cricketers
In Pics: Sri Lanka cricket team attacked in...
Value of the Elephant in Sri Lankan Society
Ranjith Bandara and Clem Tisdell
THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND
ISSN 1327-8231 WORKING PAPERS ON ECONOMICS, ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Working Paper No. 133
The History and Value of the Elephant in Sri Lankan Society
the Interest Rate Channel in Sri Lanka
Monetary policy comprises the rules and actions adopted by the central banks to achieve their objectives. In most countries the primary objective of the monetary policy is price stability. The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) has two core objectives:...
On the whole, this paper gives an analysis on the impact of globalization on Sri Lanka and further examines the industrialization experience in Sri Lanka following the market-oriented policy transformation instigated in 1977, while emphasizing on the establishment of trade Policies including...
Satisfaction with special reference to Hutch Sri Lanka”.
STUDENT NAME: Muhammad Naveed Zafar
STUDENT ID: T21200674
SUPERVISOR: Mr Nalin Abeysekera
Table of Contents
Table of Contents 2
1 Introduction: 3
2 Study Back Ground: 4
2.1 Table 1- Number of Sri Lankan Mobile Subscribers in Millions...
defense expenditures have remained steady. Repatriated earnings of Sri Lankans working abroad continued to be strong. There also is a small but growing information technology sector, especially software development and exports.
The Sri Lankan software industry even though still small has grown quite impressively...
Propose Green Golf Triangle – Sri Lanka
The world Tourism arrivals grew by 4.4 % in 2011 to a total of 980Mn up from 939 M in 2010. Among the regions Asia lead with 6.1 % growth. Sri Lanka did well with 32% growth in 2011 and country is expected to reach...
implementing regulatory policies (Czinkota & Ronkainen, 2013)
Sri Lanka had been known for its closed economic policies whereby the government played the role of an international trade regulator, but since policy reforms in 1977, the Sri Lankan government has now focused on facilitating international...
found a pair of footprints in Sri Lanka. The giant monkey had stepped across the ocean to Sri Lanka. From there the giant footprints disappeared and reappeared. The giant footprints then led back to the ashram. The monkey must have reported what he saw in Sri Lanka to a party awaiting the information...
Sports in Sri Lanka
We Sri Lankans as a nation have faced three decades of bloody terrorism. The impacts upon our society by the conflicts are deep and memorable with brutal consequences. It has been a leach sucking the blood of prosperity and peace. It has influenced badly in every corner of our society...
Infrastructure: A Sri Lankan Risk
BUS 133B, Marketing in Asia
Researching Foreign Risk
Professor Jeff Fadiman
7 April 2004
Infrastructure: A Sri Lanka Risk
Ten most effective questions:
1. What do you consider as the most significant economic...
Great Britain and Northern Ireland*, United States of America: draft resolution
22/… Promoting reconciliation and accountability in Sri Lanka
The Human Rights Council,
Reaffirming the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations,