The Sunday Times (Sri Lanka)

The Sunday Times (Sri Lanka)

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The Sunday Times is a popular Sri Lankan Sunday broadsheet initially published by now defunct Times Group until the early 1980s, when it was taken over by Wijeya Newspapers Ltd. The present editor is Sri Lankan journalist and Attorney-at-Law Sinha Migara Ratnatunga.

The paper features the work of such journalists as defence writer Iqbal Athas and Deputy Editor Ameen Izzadeen.

The paper is cumulatively centrist: its political columnists are generally more left of center in their views, and its editorials evidence a right-wing nationalist bias. It demonstrates the strong anti-Americanism that is common to most newspapers in Sri Lanka, left or right, yet it is generally more pro-business and pro-free market than most others.

The daily counterpart of the Sri Lankan Sunday Times is the Daily Mirror, which has the highest circulation among daily English newspapers in Sri Lanka; the Sunday Times has a circulation lower than the 3 other Sunday newspapers publishing in English in Sri Lanka and competing for highest circulation among themselves, which is considerably lower than those publishing in Sinhala (and some other languages).


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