Tuesday, November 20, 2012

180 Varities Of Essential Drugs Are Out Of Stock In Most Of The Pharmacies

Around 180 varieties of essential drugs including the life saving Triglyceride Nitrate (TNT) tablets are out of stock these days in most  of the government and private pharmacies in the country pharmacy sources revealed.due to the shortage patients who are purchasing drugs through these pharmacies faced enormous difficulties sources added.

If these drugs are running out of stock in government hospitals as well patients have no alternative  to purchase these drugs as private pharmacies too are not having stocks of the drugs sources further added.

First Sri Lankan Geostationary Communication Satellite To Be Launched On This Thursday (22)

The first ever geostationary communication Satellite partly owned by  a  Sri Lankan Company "Supreme Sat -1" will be ceremoniously launched on 3.43 p.m this Thursday(22) evening at Xichang Satellite Launch Center in China   senior minister of science Professor Tissa Vitharana has said today (20).the 320 million US Dollar venture satellite is developed with the  assistance of two of the  largest Satellite Companies in China the state owned great wall industry corporation and Sino satellite communications company private limited .

This communication satellite is due to be positioned over Sri Lanka within few hours of it's launch. the aim of launching this satellite is to transmitting signals of satellite  television directly to homes from space .the second and third satellites of Supreme Sat are due to be launched on July 2013 and December 2015 respectively.

The sri lankan company Supreme SAT which partly  owned this satellite is due to open it's first satellite launch center the first of it's kind  here at Koggala area within next few months according to chairman of Supreme SAT Mr.R.M Manivannan.

With this satellite Sri Lanka becomes the 45th country in the world to owned a satellite  of it's own.


JAPAN DEPLOYS MILITARY AS DEATH TOLL DUE TO TYPHOON RISES

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-50032170