Archive for May 2nd, 2021

THE GENERAL ELECTION OF 1956 Part 14

Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

KAMALIKA PIERIS The MEP government of 1956 lasted for just three years during which it faced much opposition, but the government   still managed to get things done. What the MEP     achieved in such a situation is truly impressive said Ananda Meegama.  The impact of the 1956 MEP government was such that there was no turning […]

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වාන් ඇළ සිංහලයන්ට එදා කොටි ගැහුවා අද පොලිසිය ගහනවා

Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

මතුගම සෙනෙවිරුවන්             2021 මාර්තු මස 02 දින කන්තලේ වාන්ඇළ විහාරගල ගම්මානයට කඩා වැදුණු පොලිස් බල ඇණියක් සහ වන සංරක්ෂණ නිළධාරීන් ගම්මුන් ගේ ගෙවල් පොඩි පට්ටම් කොට ජනයා පළවා හරිනු ලැබූහ.නිවාස වල තිබූ බුදු පිළිම පොලේ ගසා ලීමට මෙහි පැමිණි ඇතැම් වන නිළධාරීන් කටයුතු කල ආකාරය ගැන ගම්මු මහත් සංවේගයෙන් කතා කරති. ගෙවල් විනාශ කරලීමෙන් […]

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Covid in India: I’m one of the lucky ones who got out… my parents are stranded

Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

Courtesy The Times When I arrived in Mumbai, India was in denial. By the time I left the funeral pyres were raging. Now I pray my family will survive, writes Vidhi Doshi hen I got the phone call, I buried my face in the folds of my grandmother’s sari and cried. In one way, it […]

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Wall Street Journal says pressure is mounting on vaccine manufacturers to forego Intellectual Property Rights

Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

Courtesy NewsIn.Asia Islamabad/Dubai/Johannesburg, May 1:  In their report in Wall Street Journal, Saeed Shah in Islamabad, Yaroslav Trofimov in Dubai and Gabriele Steinhauser say that the explosion of Covid-19 cases in India and other developing nations is adding momentum to a push to suspend intellectual-property restrictions on vaccines, putting pressure on Washington, other Western governments and […]

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The unsolved mystery of Sri Lanka’s ‘Stargate’

Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

By Demi Perera Courtesy BBC In recent years, the internet has been alight with speculation that a chart-like carving in Anuradhapura is a stargate: an ancient gateway through which humans can enter the Universe. Sri Lanka’s sacred city of Anuradhapura is an unlikely place to be enmeshed in a fantastic tale of UFOs and otherworldly […]

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Opposition Leader announces a political ceasefire

Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

Courtesy The Daily Mirror Leader of Opposition Sajith Premadasa who announced a political ceasefire today urged the government and others to do their utmost to save Sri Lankans from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “We have gone into a political truce and is ready to do our utmost to save the lives of 20 million people […]

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Nine more Covid-19 deaths reported in Sri Lanka

Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

Courtesy Adaderana The Director General of Health Services confirmed nine more Covid-19 related deaths in the country today (02) pushing the death toll due to the virus in Sri Lanka to 696. 01. The deceased is a 94-year-old male resident in Kebilithigollawa. He died on 29.04.2021 while undergoing treatments in Base Hospital Kebilithigollawa. The cause […]

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Coronavirus: 615 new cases moves daily tally to 1,843

Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

Courtesy Adaderana With another 615 new Covid-19 positive cases reported in Sri Lanka today (May 02), the daily total so far has increased to 1,843. All new cases reported today are associated with the New Year Covid-19 cluster.  This brings the total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus reported in the country to 111,705.

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Ayurveda Hospitals allowed to treat COVID-19 patients

Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

Courtesy Adaderana State Minister Sisira Jayakody says that permission has been granted to utilize Ayurveda Hospitals to treat coronavirus patients. He stated that State Minister of Primary Health Care, Epidemics and COVID Disease Control Dr. Sudarshani Fernandopulle has permitted Ayurveda Hospitals to treat COVID-19 patients. Accordingly, the Ayurveda Hospitals in Rajagiriya, Navinna and Pallekele have […]

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