Saturday, June 27, 2009

Pakistan National Cricket Team Arrived Sri Lanka

The National Cricket Team of Pakistan arrived Sri anka today for a month long Cricket Tour.They are due to play Three Match Test series,Five One Day Internationals and a One Twenty - Twenty Cricket Match with Sri Lankan Cricket Team.

The Pakistani Team is captained by Younis Khan .

Two Crew Members Of The Captian Ali Ship Wants to Go Home

Two Crew members of the controversial Ship "Captain Ali" Vessel which is anchored out side the Chennai Port in India requested Indian Authorities to give them permission to disembark the Vessel so they can take a flight back to their home countries.

The Vessel which carried a shipment of relief material donated by the Tamil Diaspora in United Kingdom for the IDP'S in the Northern Sri Lanka was turned away by the Sri Lankan Navy few weaks ago after it entered to Lankan Waters illegally.Then the Ship was moved to Chennai Port and last wednesday Sri Lankan Government agreed to take the Shipment after the Indian Government requested them to do so.Uthayanan Thavarajasingam and Kristjan Gudmundssonare are the two crew members who requested Indian Authorities to allow them to fly back to London and Icland respectively.

Swine Flu And Dengue Patients In Sri Lanka are On Increse

Three new Swine Flu Patients and 357 New Dengue Patients were added yesterday to the total number of these Flu Patients in Sri Lanka.Seven Dengue deaths too were reported yesterday alone bringing the total number of Dengue deaths this year to 153.

Two Sri Lankans a Mother and Daughter returned from USA and A Lankan teenager returned from Australia were the latest Swine Flu Victims as the total number of Swine Flu Patients are increased to 13.Another three Suspected Patients along with Nine Swine Flu Patients are now receiving treatment at the Angoda Fever Hospital in Colombo.

According to the Epidemiology Unit around 12,744 Dengue Patients were reported from sri lanka this year up to now and it has became a Pandemic in Sri Lanka.

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