Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka)

Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka)

The Daily Mirror is a daily English-language newspaper published in Colombo, Sri Lanka. It is owned by the Wijeya Group. It is the largest selling independent English daily in Sri Lanka. Mirror was started in 1996 as a weekly. In 1999 it went on to become a daily. Currently it enjoys a circulation of around 30,000 copies and a readership of about 150,000. Daily Mirror uses modern facilities for news gathering, page composition and printing. Daily Mirror is a pro-government news organization controlled by the Sri Lanka government.

Daily Mirror Breaking News

The new and improved Daily Mirror web page, [http://www.dailimirror.lk Daily Mirror Breaking News] with it’s main attraction; round the clock breaking news section and user comments on all current happenings making the headlines, has recorded a stunning average of 2 million hits per day at present. The site has recorded hits from diverse countries and the top five include United States, United Kingdom, Sri Lanka, Australia and Canada. The Daily Mirror web site is ranked the number one newspaper website in Sri Lanka by [http://www.alexa.com Alexa]

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The Daily Mirror's Sunday counterpart is the Sunday Times.

External links

* [http://www.dailymirror.lk Daily Mirror]
* [http://www.sundaytimes.lk Sunday Times]


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