Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Government Hospital Nurses To Launch A Strike

The Public Services Nurses Union(PSNU)today announced that the Government Hospital Nurses will launched an Indefinite Island Wide Strike if the Ministry Of Health failed to implement the Six Month Maternity Tarining for the Nursing Students within Next two weeks.The president of the Nurses Union Ven.Muruththettuwe Ananda Thero said that the Health Ministry Officials and the Treasury Secretary Dr.P.B Jayasundara too promised to Implement the proposed Maternity Training however due to the preasure of the Government Medical Officers Association(GMOA) officials are delaying the Implementation process.

Sri Lankans Goes For Vote Tomorrow

Sri Lankan Parliamentary Elections is scheduled to be held tomorrow(08) to elect 225 Members to the  Parliament .Voting will begin at 7 A.M and will ends at 4 P.M.

 Several Film Stars and Sportsman too are contesting for  the Elections this time mainly from the Governing Party.Governing United Peoples Freedom Alliance(UPFA),Main Opposition Parties The United National Front(UNF) and the National Democratic Alliance(NDA) are the main contenders of the Elections.

Meanwhile the Elections Monitoring Team CAFFE said that still there are  Ilegal ways of Election Canvasing taking place in most parts of the country

National Cricketer Sanath Casts His Vote Before The Elections

Sri Lankan National Cricketer and the Candidate of the Governing United Peoples Freedom Alliance(UPFA) Sanath Jayasuriya today cast his vote for the Parliamentary Elections scheduled to be held tomorrow(08)at the Deputy Election Commisioners Office at Matara under the special permission of the Elections Commissioner Dayananda Dishanayaka.

Sanath who is contested for the Matara District is currently involved in palying the ongoing Indian Premier League 20-20 ODI Series held in India.

Sri Lanka's General Election is scheduled to held tomorrow.

GIANT PANDA DEATH IN THAILAND LEAVES CHINA ASKING QUESTIONS

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia- 49737215