Archive for February 7th, 2022

ඉපලෝගම සූර්ය බල සුළං හා ජල විදුලි ජනන ව්‍යාපෘති සංවර්ධනය

Monday, February 7th, 2022

තිසර සමල්   – අනුරාධපුර අනුරාධපුර දිස්ත්‍රික්කයේ ඉපලෝගම  ප්‍රාදේශීය සම්බන්ධීකරණ හා සැළසුම් කමිටු රැස්වීම සූර්ය බල සුළං හා ජල විදුලි ජනන ව්‍යාපෘති සංවර්ධන රාජ්‍යය අමාත්‍යය දුමින්ද දිසානායක මහතාගේ සභාපතීත්වයෙන් මිහින්තලය ප්‍රාදේශීය සභා ශ්‍රවණාගාරයේදී පැවැත්විණි. එහිදී මිහින්තලය ප්‍රාදේශිය ලේකම් කොට්ඨාශයේ පවතින රාජ්‍යය ආයතන මගින් ක්‍රියාත්මක කළ සංවර්ධන ක්‍රියාවලියේ පසුගිය ප්‍රගතිය හා ඉදිරියේදී ක්‍රියාත්මක කිරීමට නියමිත සංවර්ධන යෝජනා සම්බන්ධයෙන් සාකච්ජා කෙරිණි. මේ වන විට කොරෝනා රෝග ව්‍යාප්තිය  හා […]

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නිදහස 1948 සහ 2022

Monday, February 7th, 2022

ජයන්ත හේරත් පටුවතවිතාන ලා විජේසුන්දර ලා ජාතික වීරයෝය නිදහස් අද්යාපනය වෙනුවෙන් දිවි පිදූහ   විජේ වීරයා වීරයෙක් නොවේය උන්නැහේ බිය ගුල්ලාය  යුද්දය එන විට හැන්ඟුනාය අත් බෝම්බ දෙකක්‌ බෙහෙත් කොටන තුවක්කුවකින් ආණ්ඩු පෙරලුවේ Castro ය හැමදාම මිලිටරියට පැරදුනේය මිලිටරිය දිනුවේය JVP කාරයා වපුරන්නේ විෂ භීජය දූෂණයය ද්වේශය ය ක්‍රෝධයය  භීෂණය ය මේවාගෙන් දිනන්නට බැරිය අස්වැන්නද විෂ […]

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CaFFE to commence regional workshops of the Janani Project

Monday, February 7th, 2022

CaFFE Organization Campaign for Free and Fair Elections (CaFFE) will soon commence regional workshops of the Janani Project, an initiative to build digital literacy and empowerment among grassroots female politicians. CaFFE Executive Director, Manas Makeen and the research team have already met with Assistant Elections Commissioners of the areas in which the workshops will be […]

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Sri Lanka Hopes to Protect Blue Whales Territory by Rerouting Busy Ships Course

Monday, February 7th, 2022

By Rain Jordan Courtesy Nture World News To safeguard the world’s largest mammal, scientists and conservation organizations advocate for one of the world’s busiest shipping channels to be redirected. Researchers have been piecing together information about a little-known, vulnerable group of blue whales that lives off the southern coast of Sri Lanka since 2008. What they’ve […]

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Demand for sea cucumbers turns India-Sri Lanka waters into trafficking hotspot

Monday, February 7th, 2022

by Malaka Rodrigo, Pragati Prava Bai  Courtesy Mongabay From 2015 to 2020, authorities in Sri Lanka and India seized nearly 65 metric tons of sea cucumbers worth more than $2.8 million and arrested 502 people in connection with the attempted trafficking. The sea cucumber fishery is banned in India and restricted under a licensing system in Sri […]

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Sri Lanka to import 100,000 tonnes of rice from Myanmar

Monday, February 7th, 2022

Courtesy Borneo Bulletin COLOMBO (XINHUA) – Sri Lanka’s Ministry of Trade said yesterday it decided to import 100,000 tonnes of white rice from Myanmar to control the rising price of rice in local markets. The ministry said in a statement it planned to import the rice at USD445 per tonne through the Sri Lanka State […]

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Double Standards on Human Rights

Monday, February 7th, 2022

By Sugeeswara Senadhira Courtesy Ceylon Today The United States, Britain, Canada and few other Western so-called champions of human rights will press their unreasonable demand at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) next month to initiate an international probe into alleged human rights violations in the last phase of the separatist war against Tiger […]

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Galle Port Development

Monday, February 7th, 2022

By P. K. Balachandran Courtesy Ceylon Today The recently announced multi-faceted US$ 200 million plan to develop Galle Harbour both as an enhanced commercial port and as a water sports and leisure hub hosting cruise ships, is an attractive proposition. Indeed, the Public-Private sector project, envisaging domestic and foreign investment, promises to breathe life into […]

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Canada Spearheads Challenge to SL’s Sovereignty

Monday, February 7th, 2022

By Hiruni De Silva Courtesy Ceylon Today-Hiruni De Silva is a Sri Lankan Counter-Terrorism Analyst. The teardrop island of Asia in the Indian Ocean is used as a pawn on the geopolitical chess board. After the misery of its 30-year bloodthirsty war, exhausted since 2009, Sri Lanka now suffers its aftermath.  At present Sri Lanka […]

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Sri Lanka’s relations with China not at the expense of India – Foreign Minister

Monday, February 7th, 2022

Courtesy Adaderana India’s support has made a world of difference” to Sri Lanka’s economic situation, said Sri Lankan Foreign Minister G.L. Peiris, on his first visit to India since he was appointed last year, making it clear that the flurry of agreements announced in recent weeks have allowed the neighbours to move on from the […]

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Lanka points out flaws in Geneva process, disputes Canada’s genocide claim

Monday, February 7th, 2022

Courtesy The Island HC Navaratne responds to Ontario’s politico’s allegation 140,000 killed in Vanni war Sri Lanka has pointed out flaws in the process adopted by the Geneva-based United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to pursue unsubstantiated war crimes accusations, which paved the way for the 2015 accountability resolution. In spite of serious concerns expressed […]

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Sri Lanka sees 26 new Covid-19 deaths

Monday, February 7th, 2022

Courtesy Adaderana The Director-General of Health Services has confirmed 26 new coronavirus-related fatalities for February 06, increasing the death toll in the country due to the virus to 15,621. This includes 17 males and 09 females, according to the Department of Government Information. Six of the deceased were in the age group of 30-59 years. […]

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1,298 new cases of Covid-19 reported in Sri Lanka

Monday, February 7th, 2022

Courtesy Adaderana The Ministry of Health says that another 1,298 persons have tested positive for the novel coronavirus today (07). This brings the total number of Covid-19 cases registered in the country thus far to 620,732. A total of 23,452 patients infected with the virus are currently undergoing treatment island-wide while total recoveries stands at […]

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