Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Around 19 May Day Rallies To Be Held In Colombo Tomorrow(01)

Around 19 May Day rallies organized by political parties and organizations are to be held in Colombo tomorrow(01) marking International Workers  Day.governing United Peoples Freedom Alliance(UPFA) May Day Rally is to be held in Campball Park,Borella under the patronage of President Mahinda Rajapaksha .the May Day Parade of UPFA will begin at Neluma Pokuna Avenue  . the  main opposition United National Party (UNP) is to conduct three May Day Rallies in Colombo,Kurunagala and Badulla Districts.

The leftist Janataha Wimukthi Peramuna(JVP) will conduct their May Day Rally at BRC Grounds under the patronage of their leader Mr.Somawansha Amarasinha and their May Day Parade will begin from S.De S Jayasinha Grounds.

Meanwhile Police has requested people out side Colombo to avoid entering the City tomorrow unless a special reason due to the traffic expected during May Day Parades.

Strike Action Of Registered And Assistant Medical Practitioners Paralyzed 450 Central Dispensaries

The patient care services of around 450 central dispensaries throughout the island are paralyzed and nearing close down due to the island wide continuous strike launched by registered and assistant medical practitioners (RAMP''s)according to hospital sources.around 950 medical institutions including these central dispensaries,peripheral units and rural hospitals are affected due to this strike the sources added.

Around 1550 registered and assistant medical practitioners are engaged in this strike launched by demanding paying of proposed communication allowance for the said practitioners.the society of  registered and assistant medical practitioners has said that although health ministry secretary dr.nihal jayathilake has issued a circular  to pay communication allowance for the RAMP's on last September still the authorities not taken steps to implement that circular.

15 Youth Arrested With Narcotics Near Srpadha

Police officers attached to Anti Corruption unit of the Hatton Police division had arrested 15 youth of the ages 20-25 whilst on pilgrim...