Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Former MP,Sajin Vaas Was Further Remanded Until 21st Of July

The former Parliamentarian attach to UPFA ,Sajin Vaas Gunawardene who was arrested by the Police Financial Crimes Investigations Division over the allegation leveled against him has been further remanded until 21st of July by Colombo Fort Magistrate.

The remand order was issued by Colombo Fort Magistrate Priyantha Liyanage when the former MP Sajin Vaas was produced before Magistrate Court today.

The former MP was arrested by the Police Financial Crimes Investigations Division on 11th of May  regarding the allegation leveled against him over misusing vehicles belonging to the presidential Secretariat during  previous regime.

THOUGHT OF THE DAY


Due To The Work To Rule Campaign Of Tea Estate Workers The Functions Of Tea Factories Disrupted

Due to the "Work To Rule " Trade Union action launched by  Tea Estate Workers demanding   increasing of their daily allowance to Rs.1000 , the functions of Tea Factories have been disrupted  reports have said.

As the estate workers are continuing their trade union action,Around 23 Tea Estate Boards have decided to shut down their tea factories temporarily with effect from  tomorrow(08)and remove all the striking  estate workers from workplaces.

At present a daily allowance of Rs.485 has been paid to a estate worker who is  plucking 15-20 Kilos of raw tea leaves per day.Due to the present trade union action  one tea pluck er has managed to pluck 3-5 Kilos of raw tea leaves during yesterday  it has been revealed.

POEM OF THE DAY -"ONLY YOU" BY DAWN NISSEN

With you, it's all about
voiceless communication-
always knowing exactly what to say,
but never actually having to say it.
When no one seems to be listening,
you hear.
When I hurt but don't show it,
you know.
When I turn away to hide my tears,
you see.
When I feel like I can't get through to anyone,
you understand.
Your eyes glow just for me,
and I know you're proud.
You flash your magical, healing smile my way,
and I know everything will be all right.
You know everything there is to know about me.
You know what worries me,
what keeps me up at night,
and what shames me so badly
that I can't share it with anyone.
Most importantly, though,
none of those things bother you.
You've restored my faith in people
and proved that there is a thing
called true friendship.

President Sirisene To Finalize The Nomination List Of UPFA For The Forthcoming Parliamentary Election

A meeting between a group of former senior Parliamentarians attach to  United Peoples Freedom Alliance(UPFA) and it's chairman ,President Maithripala Sirisene is due to be held tonight to finalize the Nomination List of UPFA for the forthcoming Parliamentary Election.

The President has decided not to give nominations for corrupt politicians according to the political sources.whether giving nomination for former president Mahinda Rajapkshe under the UPFA ticket also will be decided during this meeting sources have added.

The Ministers Dr.Rajitha Senaratne,Mahinda Amarawera,S.B.Dissanayake, and secretaries Susil Premjayantha and Anura Priyadarshana Yapa are due to be participated for this meeting with President.

Justice Sarath De Abrew Has Surrendered To The Mount Lavinia Magistrate Court Over Attacking A Female Domestic Worker

Justice Abrew 
Justice Sarath De Abrew who is alleged to have attacked  the female domestic worker at his residence has surrendered to the Mount Lavinea Magistrate Court  today(07).After surrendered to the court Justice Abrew was released on bail by  Mount Lavinia Magistrate.

The female worker at the residence of Justice Abrew had lodged a complaint with Mount Lvininia Police claiming that she has been attacked by the Justice in question and trying to rape on 26th of June this year.Afterwards A Team of Police Officers have visited the residence of Justice to question him over the incident ,however he himself refused to give a statement .

DEVASTATING BUSHFIRES TO BE WORSEN IN AUSTRALIA

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