Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Sri Lanka Recorded An Easy Win Over Minnows Kenyans As Paceman Malinga Destroy Kenyan Batting Lineup

Sri Lankan Cricketers defeated the minnows Kenyan Cricket Team by 9 wickets  in their third ICC World Cup Cricket Match Played at the R.Premadasa International Cricket Stadium in Colombo today.After wining the toss Kenyan Skipper Jimmy Kamande decided to take first lease of the pitch which is perfect for batting.

However the Kenyans only managed to reach 142 runs all out in 43.4 overs due to the fine bowling performance by Sri Lankan Pace Bowler Lasith Malinga who got 6 Kenyan wickets with the cost of 38 runs in his 10 overs.Due to the Malinga's deadly yorkers Kenyan Batsmen were struggled to getting runs and only Brothers Co Obuya and Do Obuya managed to score half centuries in the match.

Lasith Malinga who played his first Match of this years ICC World Cup after been rested in the first two matches Sri Lanka played against Canada and Pakistan displayed a brilliant piece of bowling performance with a hat trick to restrict the Kenyans to a moderate score.In reply Sri Lanka reached the target within 18.4 overs with Opener Upul Tharanga has scored 67 runs and T.M Dilshan scored quick fire 44 runs.

With this win Sri Lanka who now won two out of the three matches played lead the Group "A" with 4 points followed by Australia and Pakistan who won two matches each they were played.


Drug Authority To Instruct Cosmetic Producers And Importers To Display The Registered Number In Their Products

The National Drug Authority has instructed the importers and Local producers of Cosmetics to display their Cosmetic registered number issued by the authority  in the wrapper of  cosmetic product.

Due to the  number of patients coming to the Local Hospitals suffering from side effects like skin cancers,pimples and allergic conditions  due to the using of sub standard Cosmetic Products  are in increase, Drug Authority has decided to implement  above law according to the Drug Authority sources.

One Pilot Killed Following a Kfir Jet Crash

One Pilot was killed and another civilian got injured when two Kfir Combat Jets collided each other at Warana area in the Gampaha District(Western Province)during a rehearsal for the 60th anniversary of the Sri Lanka Air Force this morning.According to the Air Force Flight Lt.Mohan Perera was killed during the crash and other flying officer Squadron Leader Vajira Jayakody is survived although his Kfir Jet collided with the other one.

Meanwhile President Mahinda Rajapaksha visited the crash site at Warana immediately after the news broke out.The Roads near the rehearsal site was closed at the time of the crash.

How The Executive Presidency Changed After The 19th Amendment

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