Monday, June 20, 2011

38 Houses And Institutes In Colombo City Were Issued Notices For Having Dengue Mosquito Breeding Places

The Public Health Department of Colombo Municipal Council has today issued 38 notices to the residents and institutes located within three Areas in Colombo city who were maintaining Dengue Mosquito Breeding places in their premises.A legal action will be taken against them if these residents and Institutions not clean these mosquito breeding places within one week period according to the chief MOH in Colombo Dr.Pradeep Kariyawasam.

Around 1127 Houses and Institutions in Bloemendhal Road,Kotahena and Mahawatta areas  were inspected by the Public Health Department officials today under the Anti Mosquito Week commenced today and 472 Dengue Mosquito Breeding Places were found through this inspection.The officials have destroyed most of the Breeding Places by cleaning those places.

Defense Ministry Claimes So Called Former Channel Four Journalist Is Not A Journalist But A LTTE Combatant

The Defense Ministry has stated today that the female name "Isipriya"who the Channel Four in Britain claims as a Journalist and a News Presenter was not a journalist but was a combatant  of the  LTTE.
  
The said person was killed during the war with Sri Lankan Army in 2009.However the Channel Four has claimed through their video clip made on Sri Lanka titled "The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka" which was telecasted  last week that Isipriya is a Journalist rather then a combatant due to a heart problem she is having.

The Defense Ministry has stressed that the said person was also issued a Identity Card by LTTE stating that she was a member of that organization.

Isi priya was born in Jaffna in 1982 and under went a military training at wanni.Afterwards  she joined the Military Wing of the LTTE and later joined the"Voice Of Tiger"Radio Station owned by LTTE.She was married to one of the leaders in  sea tigers unit Sri Ram who was also killed during the war with Sri Lankan Army in may 2009.



MADRID TAKEN OVER BY HUNDREDS OF SHEEP

https://www.bbc.com/news/world- europe-50115974