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Daily Mirror – SLT partners with Land Maark Engineering to provide telecommunication solutions to latest condominiums

Daily Mirror – SLT partners with Land Maark Engineering to provide telecommunication solutions to latest condominiums



Participants at the agreement signing, from left to right include: from Land Maark Engineering Ms. Sridhukshika Srimanoharan (Project Engineer), Mr. Vettivel Vaheeswaran (Project Coordinator), Mr. Thanikasalampillai Nanthanan (Chairman / Managing Director). From SLT – Mr Kiththi Perera (CEO), Mr Imantha Wijekoon (Chief Sales and Regional Officer), Mr Chethana Attanayake (General Manager), Ms Chithra Kumari  (Senior Executive Assistant Manager).

Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) recently signed a partnership with Land Maark Engineering, one of the leading condominium developers in the country. Accordingly, SLT will provide telecommunication infrastructure and services to the Land Maark Towers situated in Colombo 6, Dehiwala and Mount Lavinia.

SLT will be instrumental in facilitating the infrastructure and all its telecommunication services to Land Maark Towers and the occupants of the buildings. This will also include enabling in-building solutions through its mobile telecommunication arm, Mobitel. 

The agreement was signed by Mr Kiththi Perera – Chief Executive Officer and Mr Imantha Wijekoon – Chief Sales and Regional Officer on behalf of SLT, and Mr T. Nanthanan – Managing Director of Land Maark Engineering (Pvt) Ltd.  

Land Maark condominium are built on the principle of sustainability allowing plenty of daylight and natural ventilation to conserve energy. Built on a legacy of trust and integrity, Land Maark condominiums are known for using superior technology and building material, with a trusted name in the island.

No luxury apartment is completed without a state-of-the-art ICT infrastructure in place, which is where SLT steps in; to power the residents with telecommunications services, ultra-fast broadband connectivity provided through fibre technology as well as the next revolution in entertainment television, PEO TV. SLT will provide the backbone necessary for a Smart Building that will transform ordinary lives of residents into truly digital lifestyles in the near future. 

“As an industry that has been contributing largely to

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China’s stocks take a break after Monday’s rally vaulted market value past US$10 trillion as traders put Covid-19 in rear view mirror

China’s stocks take a break after Monday’s rally vaulted market value past US$10 trillion as traders put Covid-19 in rear view mirror



a close up of a street: Hong Kong’s financial district is deserted as the approach of Typhoon Nesat on 29 September 2011 emptied the streets. Photo: SCMP


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Hong Kong’s financial district is deserted as the approach of Typhoon Nesat on 29 September 2011 emptied the streets. Photo: SCMP

China’s stocks declined in early trading, taking a respite after rallying by the most in three months, as investors assessed the strength of the economic recovery and the prospect of refresh US stimulus packages. Trading was halted in Hong Kong due to an approach by the tropical storm Nangka.

The Shanghai Composite Index dropped 0.5 per cent to 3,342.18 in early trading on Tuesday. It jumped 2.7 per cent a day earlier on expectations that the recovering in the Asian nation will gather pace and President Xi Jinping will unveil further reform measure in his trip to Shenzhen to mark the 40th anniversary of the economic zone in southern China on the doorsteps of Hong Kong.

China’s stocks top US$10 trillion as economy shakes off 2015 rout, Covid-19

The combined market values of the companies trading on the Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges rose to US$10.04 trillion on Monday, surpassing the US$10 trillion mark for the first time since 2015. China is the world’s second-largest equity market after the United States.

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China is due to release the September data on exports and imports on Tuesday and the data on third-quarter economic growth will be released on October 19. Other markets in Asia were mixed as the US was still deadlocked over a new round of stimulus measures.

Hong Kong’s securities market has been halted from trading in the morning session after the local weather agency raised the typhoon signal to the third-highest level on early Tuesday, the market operator said in a statement.

The Hong Kong Observatory issued the No

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