Thursday, July 31, 2014

Nearly 22,000 Kilo Grammes Of Spoiled Big Anions,Potatoes And Wheat Flour Had Recovered

Nearly 22,000 Kilo Grammes of Spoiled Big Anions,Patatoes and Wheet Flour which are not suitable for human consumption have been recovered from stores in 4th cross street in Colombo Fort and Hatton-Dikoya Area   by the  authorities today(31).

Around  15,000 Kilo Grammes of spoiled wheat flour,5000 kilo grammes of big anions and 2000 Kilo Grammes of Potatoes were taken in to custody at the stores in 4th cross street ,Fort  and hatton-dikoya  the authorities have confirmed.The stores were sealed and the spoiled  food items were taken into custody and produced before the  district courts in Colombo and Hatton-Dikoya.

The recovered stocks of spoiled food  were worth more than Rs. 170,000,00 it has been revealed.

Meanwhile after producing before the district court in hatton  the accused who is charged for storing expired stock of wheat flour in stores had been released on Rs.750,000 Personal and Rs.25,000 cash bails according to the sources.

Nearly 200 Doctors Including Consultants In National Hospital Decided To Form The Branch Union Of GMOA

A group of nearly 200 Doctors attach to the Colombo National Hospital who met yesterday(30) evening  amidst tight security at the Neuro Surgery Unit Auditorium  have unanimously  decided to form the Colombo National Hospital  branch union of the Government Medical Officers Association(GMOA) during two weeks time it has been revealed. 

The National Hospital branch union of GMOA which has been inactive since last year was dissolved twice this year by the Former GMOA executive committee due to their opposition to the GMOA leaders.

The group of doctors including 45 Consultants who  met after their planned meeting at the National Hospital Doctors Quarters has been abandoned by a group of doctors belongs to the former executive committee of GMOA has also passed a resolution condemning the bad behavior shown by the former exco members of GMOA to the consultants.


DEVASTATING BUSHFIRES TO BE WORSEN IN AUSTRALIA

https://www.reuters.com/article/us- australia-bushfires/bushfires-conditions-worsen-in-east-and-west-australia-idUSKBN1XQ0RK