Thursday, April 2, 2015

THOUGHT OF THE DAY FROM INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES


Thriposha Management Had Illegally Reinstated A Suspended Manageress

The new management of the Sri Lanka Thriposha Limited had illegally  reinstated the  Manageress of Human Resources and Law of the Thriposha Limited who  had faced a work suspension in her position while there's a disciplinary inquiry underway against her  for cheating lacks of Rupees belongs to the company health sources have  said.

The work of the said manageress was suspended  by the previous management of the Thriposha Limited on Last October due to  cheating lacks of Rupees belongs to the company the sources said. also the previous management had launched a disciplinary inquiry against her financial frauds.

when Contacted the current chairman of the Thriposha Limited Mr.Bandusena has confirmed  that the said manageress was reinstated on her position . If she found  guilty through the inquiry for cheating large sum of money belongs to the company disciplinary action will be taken against her he has stressed.

The Sri Lanka Thriposha Limited is a firm which makes nutritious food supplement Thriposha recommended for pregnant and lactating mothers and children under five years of age .


Previous Government Has Spent Millions Of Rupees Unnecessarily For Consultancy Work of Roads -Minister Kabir Hashim


During the making of  extension to the Southern Express Highway from Hambanthota to Matara Previous government had spent Rs.124 million per one kilo meter  for consultancy service alone alleged by the Minister Of Roads And Investment Promotions Kabir Hashim.


Also for Consultancy Work of Lunugamwehera-Kataragama Road Rs.255 million per Kilo Meter has been spent and another Rs.722 million per kilometer has been spent for the consultancy work  of alternative road made in Kegalle District in the view of reducing the motor traffic there Minister has stressed.

While addressing the media Minister Hashim has said that all these unnecessary spending of the Previous regime has to be considered as  an act of sin.

As the present government is handling the tender procedures properly when awarding tenders to build roads ,henchmen of the previous Rajapaksha regime are trying to criticize the development work currently underway Minister has further said.

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Court Of Appeal Has Issued An Interim Order To Suspend Full Face Helmet Ban

The Court Of Appeal has today(02) issued an interim order by suspending the gazette notification on banning the using of full face helmets by  motorcycles until 27th of April.The Police Department had earlier  decided to implement the ban with effect from today.

However after considering a petition filed by  two motorcyclists  who are challenging the ban   the bench of Judges in Court Of Appeal has issued an interim order to suspend the gazette notification.

The Petitioners have stated in their petition that if the ban of using full face helmets imposed it will cause motorcyclists a great inconvenience.

President Has Pardoned The Female Who Damaged The Mirror Wall Of Sigirya Frescoes

President Maithripala Sirisena has today (02) pardoned the 23 year old Batticloe female garment worker who was sentenced to two years imprisonment for damaging the mirror wall of Sigiriya Frescoes by using sharp object .The female Sinnathambi Udeni was arrested by the archeology officers in Sigiriya on 15th of February and handed over to the Sigiriya Police.

After produced before the court she has been sentenced to two years imprisonment as the investigations report has been revealed that the  damage she has done to the historical mirror wall of the sigiriya frescoes cannot be corrected.

The accused had also accepted her wrong doing but stated at the court
that she was not aware on the historical value of the mirror wall as that was the first time she has been visited Sigiriya.

Full Face Helmet Ban To Be Implemented From Today(02)

The Banning of wearing Full Face Helmets by the motorcyclists will be implemented with effect from today (02) according to the Police Department.As a first step the ban will be implemented as a warning opportunity  the department has said.

The aim of the banning of wearing full face helmets is to reduce the robberies and crimes occur by using these helmets.Over the past few months robberies and crimes done by people wearing full face helmets have been increased Police have said.

However the government has yesterday said that the banning  of wearing full face helmets will be implemented from next May not from today as planned.Few days a go a section of motorcyclists have protested in Colombo against the full face helmet ban.

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