Friday, May 22, 2015

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Four Member Committee Appointed To Investigate In To The Bribery And Corruption In Ports Authority

A four member committee headed by President's Counsel Nalin Ladduwahetti has been appointed today(22) to investigate in to the allegations of  bribery and corruption occurred at Sri Lanka Ports Authority during the previous government the Government Information Department Has announced.

THOUGHT OF THE DAY-2 FROM INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES

Five Higher Police Officials In Jaffna And Kayets Have Been Transferred With Immediate Effect

The Inspector General Of Police(IGP)had transferred Five  Higher officials attach to the Police Stations in Jaffna and Kytes with immediate effect according to the Police Department Sources.

Accordingly the ASP,OIC and SSP of Jaffna Police Division ,HQI Of Kayets Police Station  and HQI Of Jaffna Police Station have been transferred and they have replaced with new appointees the sources said.

These higher officers have been transferred on service requirements according to the Police Department.

Police Officers in Jaffna and Kayets have became under heavy criticism of the public due to their poor handling on the situation   following the gang rape of a 18 year old school girl in Kayets .

Around 903 Foreign Nationals Arrived Sri Lanka Were Arrested For Violating Visa Requirements

Around 903 Foreign Nationals who arrived Sri Lanka last year (2014) on tourist visa were arrested  for violating visa requirements the Minister of Public Order and Christian Religious Affairs John Amaratunge has informed the Parliament today(22).

The said tourists have been engaged in employment,religious propaganda activities etc.by arrived here on tourist visa the Minister has said.

These foreign nationals were arrived here from Countries belonging to South Asia,Europe and America according to the Minister Amaratunge.The minister has informed these details to the Parliament in response to a question raised by the UNP MP Buudhika Pathirane.

THOUGHT OF THE DAY-1 FROM INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES


Pesticide Glyphosate To Be Banned In Sri Lanka -President Sirisena

The Government has decided to ban the importation  and distributing of  Pesticide Agro Chemical "Glyphosate" according to the President Maithripala Sirisena.The World Health Organization(WHO) as well as the consultants  have been recommended to stop importing this pesticide due to it's effect on kidney disease that spreading in north central province president has revealed.

While addressing the inauguration Ceremony of   10th Hotel Exhibition at BMICH this morning President has further stated that he will not personally influence any businessman in the country as done during the previous regime.

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Five New Governors Had Sworn In

Five new governors had sworn in G before president Gotabaya Rajapakshe at a function held in Presidemt's office at Colombo Fort this...