Friday, September 4, 2015

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Nurses Strike At North Western Provincial Council Hospitals Has Paralyzed The Patient Care Services

Due to the one day token strike launched today (04) by the Nursing Staff attach to Government Hospitals in North Western Province the patient care services were paralyzed and  a large number of  patients have faced severe difficulties  according  to Hospital Sources.

The Nurses attach to all Government Hospitals belonging to  North Western Provincial Council  have launched the strike by demanding the cancellation of 378 illegal transfers made by  North Western Provincial Director of Health Services.

"GIRLS AT THE PIANO" (1892) A PAINTING OF FRENCH ARTIST PIERRE AUGUSTE RENOIR

WHO WILL REFUSE TO BE WITH A FRIEND LIKE IN THIS ART ?NO  ONE WILL DO THAT AS FRIENDSHIP IS   THE FOUNDATION OF ANY RELATIONSHIP.
AUGUSTE RENOIR  KNOWN AS THE LEADING PAINTER WHO DEVELOPED THE IMPRESSIONIST STYLE OF PAINTING PAINTED THIS ART WORK IN 1892.ALTHOUGH HE HAS USED LIGHT COLORS FOR THIS PAINTING IT 'S VERY ATTRACTIVE INDEED.

Members Of The Constitutional Council To Be Appointed During Next Week

The members of the Constitutional Council which formed under the 19th Amendment are scheduled to be appointed during next week according to political sources.

The Constitutional Council comprising with ten members and the Speaker,Prime Minister,Opposition Leader are automatically becomes the official members of the council.A representative each behalf of the  President,Prime Minister and Opposition Leader are due to be appointed to the constitutional council and also a representative behalf of minor parties and three civil members .

The Constitutional Council will appoint the representatives for the other independent
commissions including  Police  and Judicial Commissions.

"DON'T CRY FOR ME ARGENTINA " TRIBUTE SONG FOR A GREAT LADY EVA PERON SUNG BY JULIE COVINGTON


President Has Promoted Six District Court Judges As High Court Judges

President Maithrpala Sirisene has promoted Six  District Court judges as High Court Judges per the recommendations made by Judicial Services Commission and the Attorney General .These new High Court Judges have been sworn in yesterday (03)before Chief Justice K.Sri Pawan .

Under this the Colombo District Court Judge Harsha Sethunga has been sworn in as a High Court Judge in Kurunagala Civil Appeal High  Court,Kegalle District Judge Rohan Jayawardene has been sworn in as a High Court Judge in Anuradhapura Civil Appeal High Court,Nugegoda District Judge Ajith Masinghe has been sworn in as a Hambanthota Crimes High Court Judge ,Colombo District Court Judge Sumith Perera has been sworn in as a High Court Judge in Galle Civil Appeal High Court ,Colombo Additional District Judge Kumari Abeyratne has been sworn in as a High Court Judge in Kegalle Civil Appeal High Court and Kaduwela Additional District Court Judge Wasantha Jinadasa has sworn inn as High Court Judge in Ratnapura Crimes High Court.

The New Cabinet Ministers Have Sworn In

Presidential Secretariat
The new Cabinet  Ministers of  the  unitary government have  sworn in before the President Maithripala Sirisene at a function held in presidential Secretariat Colombo this noon.
The new cabinet comprising MP'S belonging to  both the governing UNP and opposition UPFA Parties.
Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasingha has  sworn in as Minister of National Policy and Economic  Affairs.

The New Cabinet Ministers



1. Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe - Minister of National Policy and Economic Affairs
2. John Amaratunga - Minister of Tourism Development and Christian Affairs
3. Gamini Jayawickrama Perera - Minister of Sustainable Development and Wildlife
4. Nimal Siripala De Silva - Minister of Transport
5. S. B. Dissanayake - Minister of Social Empowerment and Welfare
6. W. D. J. Seneviratne - Minister of Labour and Trade Union Relations
7. Lakshman Kiriella - Minister of University Education and Highways
8. Anura Priyadharshana Yapa - Minister of Disaster Management
9. Susil Premajayantha - Technology, Technical Education and Employment
10. Thilak Janaka Marapana - Minister of Law and Order and Prison Reforms
11. Dr. Rajitha Senaratne - Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine
12. Ravi Karunanayake - Minister of Finance
13. Mahinda Samarasinghe - Minister of Skills Development and Vocational Training
14. Vajira Abeywardena - Minister of Home Affairs
15. S. B. Nawinne - Minister of Internal Affairs, Wayamba Development and Cultural Affairs
16. Patali Champika Ranawaka - Minister of Megapolice and Western Development
17. Mahinda Amaraweera - Minister of Fisheries and Water Resources
18. Naveen Dissanayake - Minister of Plantation Industries

19. Ranjith Siyambalapitiya - Minister of Power and Renewable Energy
20. Duminda Dissanayake - Minister of Agriculture
21. Wijedasa Rajapaksa - Minister of Buddha Sasana
22. P. Harrison - Minister of Rural Economic Affairs
23. Ranjith Maddumabandara - Minister of Public Administration and Management
24. Gayantha Karunathilake - Minister of Parliament Reforms and Media
25. Sajith Premadasa - Minister of Housing and Construction
26. Arjuna Ranatunga - Minister of Ports and Maritime Affairs
27. M. K. A. D. S. Gunawardana - Minister of Lands
28. P. Digambaram - Minister of Upcountry New Villages, Estate Infrastructure and Community Development
29. Chandrani Bandara - Minister of Women and Children’s Affairs
30. Thalatha Athukorala - Minister of Foreign Employment
31. Akila Viraj Kariyawasam - Minister of Education
32. D. M. Swaminathan - Minister of Resettlement and Hindu Affairs

33. Chandima Weerakkody - Petroleum and Petroleum Gas
34. Dayasiri Jayasekara - Minister of Sports
35. Sagala Ratnayake - Minister of Southern Development
36. Harin Fernando - Telecommunication and Digital Infrastructure
37. Mano Ganesan - Minister of National Dialog
38. Daya Gamage - Minister of Primary Industries
39. Rauff Hakeem - Minister of Urban Development and Water Supply
40. Rishad Bathiudeen - Minister of Industries and Commerce

41. Kabeer Hashim - Public Enterprise Development
42. Mohamed Hashim Abdul Haleem - Minister of Postal Service and Muslim Affairs

FRANCE CRIPPLED BY BIGGEST STRIKE IN YEARS

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