Friday, April 29, 2016

SINHALA QUOTE FROM THE WEB

 NEVER LEAVE THEM.

THOUGHT FROM THE WEB

Thalassaemia Carriers Among Adults In The Society Are On The Increase

Image result for thalassaemiaThe Adult Carriers of Thalassaemia Disease in Sri Lanka are on the increase according to the Medical Officer in Charge at  Ragama Teaching Hospital Dr.Nishani Silva.

These carriers of Thalassaemia are there in every part of the country and they do not shown any symptom of the  blood related disease Thalassaemia Dr.Silva has stated."Therefore we strongly urged youth and adults to undergo a special blood test  "HPLC" which can identify the disease, before marriage " she has stressed.

This special blood test is providing free of charge at the Colombo Medical Research Institute,Ridgway Children's Hospital,Badulla,Anuradhapura and Kandy Hospitals Dr,Silva has revealed  during a seminar held on "Thalassaemia" at the Government Information Department Auditorium in Narahenpita yesterday (29).

If the disease transmitted to a child through a parent the child  need  to get blood transfusions throughout the  life  according to medical experts,

From Sri Lanka around 3000 Thalassaemia affected children have been reported annually it has been reported.

A QUOTE ON MOON

CID Arrested A Police Constable Attached To Laggala Police Station Regarding Firearms Robbery

Image result for arrestedThe Criminal Investigations Department(CID) had arrested a Police Constable attached to Laggala (Central Province)Police Station regarding the firearms robbery occurred at the  Police Station on 14th of April.

The detained Police Constable was in charge of the sub service of the Police Station at the time firearms robbery  occurred it has been reported.

The stolen firearms were later recovered from near a water tank of a Temple.

Criminal Investigations Department is conducting an inquiry regarding the firearms robbery at Laggala Police Station.


A Trade Union Has Lodged A Complaint At Human Rights Commission Of Sri Lanka Against The Decision To Cancel All Holidays Of Sri Lanka Transport Board Workers

Image result for human rights commission of sri lanka A Trade Union ,Ceylon Workers Unions Central Board has lodged a complaint at  Human Rights Commission Of Sri Lanka yesterday (29) against the Sri Lanka Transport Board Management's  decision to cancel all holidays of Drivers,Conductors and Technicians attached to Sri Lanka Transport Board( Langama) in view of providing transport facilities to participants of May Day Rallies.

The Management of the Sri Lanka Transport Board has decided to cancel all holidays for the above mentioned workers of Sri Lanka Transport Board from 28th of April to 03rd of May due to the  large number of applications received by requesting Sri Lanka Transport Buses for May Day Rallies it has been reported.

However through the complaint made to the Human Rights Commission, the Ceylon Workers Unions Central Board has urged  as the May Day is a day of workers the Sri Lanka Transport Board's decision to cancel holidays of it's workers is an act of preventing the workers from participating May Day Rallies and Management should have suspended this decision.



"GARDEN OF LOVE "(1912) A POPULAR ABSTRACT PAINTING OF YESTERYEAR RUSSIAN ARTIST WASSILY KANDINSKY (1866-1944)

THIS WAS ONE OF HIS SPONTANEOUS ARTWORKS HE DESCRIBED AS "IMPROVISATIONS" .

Four Police Officers Have Interdicted Over A Brawl Incident At A Restaurant Bar In Dambulla

Sri Lanka Police have yesterday(29) interdicted four Police Officers including a Sub Inspector attached to Dambulla Police Station regarding a brawl incident occurred at a Restaurant Bar in Dambulla (In Central Province)on Wednesday(27) .

Accordingly A Sub Inspector,Two Sergeants and a Constable were interdicted based on a complaint received on their alleged involvement to the Brawl the Police Spokesman's Department has stated.

The Brawl has occurred at a Restaurant Bar in Dambulla on Wednesday due to an argument erupted between  four police officers who went their dressed with civil attire and staff of the Bar when the officers requested liquor the department has revealed.

During the argument one police officer has pulled out a fire arm and threatened a staff member of the Bar it has been reported.



All Schools In North Central Province Except National Schools To Be Closed At 12 Noon Until Further Notice

Image result for north central provinceAll the schools in North Central Province except National Schools have been advised by the North Central Provincial Council to be closed  at 12 noon with immediate effect until further notice due to the hot weather condition prevailing at present .

Due to the hot weather condition prevailing in North Central Province these days there's a shortage of drinking water problem too  in the province according to the Chief Minister of North Central Province Pashala Jayaratne.


A POPULAR YESTERYEAR SINHALA FILM SONG SUNG BY SUJATHA ATTANAYAKE AND LATE H.R JOTHIPALA


Colombo Additional Magistrate Has Issued An Interim Court Order By Preventing Joint Opposition Leaders From Entering Shalika Grounds-Narahenpita

Image result for court order logoThe Colombo Additional Magistrate Nishantha Pieris has today (29) issued an interim court order preventing the leaders of Joint Opposition Group( A Group of MP's supporting former president Mahinda Rajapakshe in the Parliament) and Sri Lanka Transport Board(SLTB) from entering Shalika Grounds in Narahenpita(Colombo) for 14 days with effect from today(29).

The May Day Rally of the Joint Opposition Group is scheduled to be commenced at Shalika Grounds and at Kirulapona Grounds on 01st Of May(Sunday).

The Colombo Additional Magistrate has issued the court order according to the request made by Narahenpita Police by stating that there's a threat of breaking peace due to the unauthorized May Day Rally due to be commenced by Joint Opposition Group at Shalika Grounds, Narahenpita. 

Police Commission Has Promoted Two DIG's To The Rank Of Senior DIG

The National Police Commission has promoted two Deputy Inspector Generals Of Police(DIG) to the rank of Senior Deputy Inspector General Of Police according to the secretary of the Commission Ariyadasa Cooray .

Accordingly  Deputy Inspector General Of Police(DIG)- Galle Division S.A.D.S Gunawardena and DIG -Training M.R Latiff have been promoted to the rank of Senior Deputy Inspector General Of Police with effect from 16th of April and 20th of April respectively.

QUOTES FOR LIFE





 

Police Narcotic Bureau Officials Have Arrested A Pakistani National With 07 Packets And 07 pellets of Heroin In His Posession

Image result for detainedThe Police Narcotic Bureau Officials have today (29) arrested a 21 year old Pakistani National with 07 Packets of Heroin and 07  pellets of Heroin in his possession while another 12 pellets of Heroin swallowed by him at a Hotel in Colpetty(In Colombo).

The suspected Pakistani National was admitted to the Colombo National Hospital after revealed that he had swallowed 12 pellets of Heroin and later Doctors have managed to taken out the 12 pellets of Heroin the suspect had swallowed.

The Police Narcotic Bureau is conducting an investigation on the incident.

HEALTH TIP

GOLDEN MELODIES