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engineering (University of Moratuwa)
Private sector experience
Unilever (1992-96), Suntel (1996-2000), MAS Holdings (2001-2006)
Public sector experience
Sri Lanka Tourism, Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation, UDA, etc.
Served as Chairman of Diwasa Finance as well as hold/held shares in related companies owned/controlled by Dilith Jayaweera (flagged off as among mafia of investors by critics but denied by Dilith) and his three investment partners. Nalaka remains Chairman of Colombo Land, in which Diwasa Equity-controlled Kalpitiya Resort owns a 22% stake. However, Colombo Land’s biggest shareholder is Singapore investors (30%), whilst UDA also owns 17%.
17 August 2017
Last week, the Yahapalana Government, which came on the promise of good governance and weeding out corruption, had its first blow, when a senior minister and deputy leader of the party had to resign over allegations of corruption. Whilst the sha...
17 August 2017
When the country received independence in 1948, the administration and education was of extremely high standard. In 1956, the S.W.R.D. Bandaranaike Government made Sinhala the Official Language and converted education to Swabasha, includi...
16 August 2017
The Colombo International Tea Convention 2017 concluded on Friday, elegantly supported by our most accomplished cricketer and commended by several of the international delegates as the most significant gathering of the global tea industry. For ma...
15 August 2017
Ravi Karunanayake sacrificed his pride and position by tendering his resignation to save the Maithri-Ranil Government cabal. He could have faced and defeated the no confidence motion against him if Maithri (who owes his presidency to Ravi) and Ran...