Sunday, November 14, 2010

Sri Lanka Probing A Case On Torturing Their House Maid In Jordan

The Foreign Employment Bureau of Sri Lanka is investigating an allegations made  by a Sri Lankan House Maid working in Jorden stating that her employer forced her to swallow six nails.According to the President of the     Foreign Employment Bureau Kingsly Ranawaka the bureau is waiting a medical report on Sri Lankan house maid's allegation and after receiving the medical report they will go to the next step.

This was the third such case reported from Sri Lankan Hose Maids work in  Arabic Countries during recent weeks .Preveiously  two House Maids worked in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait returned to Sri Lanka with nails inside their bodies.

Sri Lankan Commonwealth Boxing Gold Medalist Failed Second Urine Test

Sri Lankan Commonwealth Boxing Gold Medalist Manju Wanniarachchi's B urine sample also tested positive for the banned substance Nandrolone according to the Sri Lanka Boxing Association.Manju who won the Bantemweight section in the 56 KG Catagory Gold Medal at the recently concluded Commonwealth Games in New Delhi,India failed the first Drug Test for the banned substance.

OPD's Of 40 Government Hospitals To Extend Their Services Till 8 P.M From Tomorrow

OPD'S(Out Door Patient Departments) of all Hospitals belongs to the Ministry Of Health will open till 8 p.m from Mondays to Saturdays including Public Holidays with effect from tomorrow(15) according to the Health Ministry Secretary Dr.Ravindra Ruberu.Normally OPD'S are functioning 8 A.M to 4 P.M in Weekdays and 8 A.M to 12 Noon during weekends and public holidays.

Under this around 40 Hospitals run by the Health Ministry will open their OPD Pharmacies  to patients till 8 P.M from tomorrow  and a doctor will be there at the OPD till that time for an On Call services.

According to Health Secretary OPD's in  Government Hospitals run by Provincial Councils will open till 8 P.M once the shortage of Pharmacists and other health staff occurred in these hospitals is sort out.


NASA UNVEILS NEW SPACECRAFT FOR NEXT MOON LANDING

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-50070615