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Ada Derana

Ada Derana is an e-news portal that started as a news bulletin on TV Derana.

Adaderana.lk

Ada Derana.lk was awarded the prestigious Manthan Award South Asia 2010 [1] in the e-News & Media category. The Manthan Award given by the Department of Information Technology of India recognizes and rewards the best e-content from eight countries in the South Asian region. Ada Derana had the distinction of being the only Sri Lankan website among four finalists in the e-News & Media category this year; the other three finalists represented India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. [2]

Ada Derana has been recognized by the ICTA as the Best e-Content application among e-News providers [3] in Sri Lanka. It was recognized for its tr-lingual presentation of news to readers in Sri Lanka and overseas.

In 2010 Ada Derana won the silver award at the "Most popular Web Competition 2010" [4] organized by the Sri Lankan .lk Domain registry.

References

  1. ^ Manthan Awards
  2. ^ Manthan Story
  3. ^ e-Swabhimani
  4. ^ Best-Web

External links

  • Ada Derana Official website
  • TV Derana Official website
  • FM Derana Official website
  • Watch Derana News on Lakvision TV
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