Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Police Have Detained A Person With 55 Kilos Of Kerala Cannabis In Northern Seas

Image result for detainedThe Ilavalay Police have detained a person with 55 Kilo Grammes of Kerala Cannabis in his possession at Madagal Sea Area(In Northern Province) this morning.

The suspect has smuggled this stock of Kerala Cannabis from India according to the Police.The estimated value of the stock of Cannabis detained  is around Rs.500,000 the Police have stated.

The suspect is due to be produced before Mallaham Court today(20).


[Knee X-ray]Cartilage is a connective tissue found in many parts of the body. Although it is a tough and flexible material, it is relatively easy to damage.
This fine, rubbery tissue acts as a cushion between the bones of joints. People with cartilage damage commonly experience joint pain, stiffness, and inflammation (swelling).
In this article, we will describe the function of cartilage, how it can become damaged, and how that damage can be treated. 


Patients with damage to the cartilage in a joint (articular cartilage damage) will experience:
  • Inflammation - the area swells, becomes warmer than other parts of the body, and is tender, sore, and painful.
  • Stiffness.
  • Range limitation - as the damage progresses, the affected limb will not move so freely and easily.
Articular cartilage damage most commonly occurs in the knee, but the elbow, wrist, ankle, shoulder, and hip joint can also be affected.
In severe cases, a piece of cartilage can break off, and the joint can become locked. This can lead to hemarthrosis (bleeding in the joint); the area may become blotchy and have a bruised appearance. 

  • Direct blow - if a joint receives a heavy impact, perhaps during a bad fall or an automobile accident, the cartilage may be damaged. Sportspeople have a higher risk of suffering from articular damage, especially those involved in high impact sports like American football, rugby, and wrestling.
  • Wear and tear - a joint that experiences a long period of stress can become damaged. Obese individuals are more likely to damage their knee over a 20-year period than a person of normal weight, simply because the body is under a much higher degree of physical stress. Inflammation, breakdown, and eventual loss of cartilage in the joints is known as osteoarthritis.
  • Lack of movement - the joints need to move regularly to remain healthy. Long periods of inactivity or immobility increase the risk of damage to the cartilage.


Colombo Fort Magistrate Has Turned Down The Request Made By FCID To Issue An Arrest Warrant Against Udayanga Werathunge

The Colombo Fort Magistrate has turned down the request made by the Police Financial Crimes Investigations Division (FCID) to issue an arrest warrent against former Sri Lanksn Ambassador to Russia Udayanga Weerathunge.

The FCID has requested the Colombo Fort Magistrate To issue an arrest warrant through an Interbational Police  against Werathunge who is charged for his alleged involvement in a controversial Mig Air Bus deal occurred in 2006 .

The FCID has requested the court to issue an arrest warrant against the suspect as he is currently not in the country to hand over a notice.

Prime Minister Wikramasinghe Has Discussed On How To Improve Sri Lanka's Administrative Service With Singaporean Officials

Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe along with other Sri Lankan Officials who are currently in Singapore on an official visit have met the higher officers of the Civil Sevices  Collage In Singapore today (19) and discussed how to uplift the Adminstrative Service in Sri Lanka according to reports.

During the discussions Prime Minister Wikramasinghe has stressed the need to receive the asssistance of Civil Services Collage in Singapore to make radical changes in Sri Lanka's Administrative Service in view of carrying it to the highest level.

Prime Minister and Civil Services Collage Officials have also discussed on  the ways of expanding the training programmes currently underway between Sri Lanka's Development Administrative Institute and Civil Services Collage it has been reported.


Me pinthuraye wage eka bath patha bedagena kawa thawamath e widiyatama kana yaluwo obalath daka athi.Me widiyata digatama eka bath patha,the ho kopee kopppaya thamange hodama /samepa yaluwa samaga bedagenemen e sambandathawaye tiena adaraya,senehasa tawath wediwena bawa rahasak nowe.

Me widiata kama bedagena kana yalukam pawathina ,kenek widiyata kiyanna tienne ewani yalukamak kawadawath natiwennewat at harennewat nati bawai.Onema sambandathawayaka padanama wana honda yalukam wisheshayenma kama bedahadagena kana yalukam hamoma ati karagattot me loke koi taram sundara weida.Ershyawa,krodaya wairaya wenuwata adaraya,karunawa wage gunanga ewani yalukam haraha samajayata yawi.Samajayata eya adarshayak wewi.

Ewani yalukam kisima dawasaka at harinna epa,Shaktimat bandemak karaganna.


Two Youth Have Been Drowned While Bathing In Kelaniya River

Two youth a boy and a girl have been drowned while bathing in the Kelaniya River at Hanwella (in Colombo District) last evening according to the Hanwella police.

The two youth in the ages of 16 and 19 have been identified as residents in Hanwella Area.

Hanwella Police have launched a joint search operation along with the  residents of the area to find the two drowned youth.

Three Suspects Including Two Females Were Detained At Katunayake Airport While Attempting To Smuggle Foreign Currencies

The Airport Customs Officers have detained three persons including two females at Katunayake Bandaranaike International Air Port this morning for attempting to smuggle foreign currancy worth over Rs.166 million out of the country.

All three suspects were preparing to board  Dubai bound Qatar Air Ways flight with foreign currencies including Euros,Saudi Riyals,Kuwaiti Dinars and Omani  Riyals in their possession around 3.25 a.m this morning when the arrest was made according to customs officers.

During the inspection the customs officers have found the foreign currencies concealed in bottom of two bags in one of the female's luggage according to reports.

Imprisoned Former Minister Basil Rajapakshe Has Been Hospitalized For A Medical Checkup

The former Minister of Economic Development Basil Rajapakshe who had been detained and remanded yesterday (18) over fraud charges has been admitted to the Colombo National Hospital today (19) for a medical checkup.

The former Minister who is also the younger brother of former President Mahinda Rajapakshe has been admitted to National Hospital per the recommandation of medical officer in Prison Hospital the Prison sources have stated.

He was detained by Police  Financial Crimes Investigations Division(FCID) over misappropriation of funds belonging to Divi Naguma Department.

The former Minister Rajapakshe was detained last year as well over the same caharges along with two other officials.However at that time he had spent most of his prison term in Merchants Ward in Colombo National Hospital after he complaint of  chest pain.


Thirty Six Prison Inmates In Jaffna Prison Have Started A Hunger Strike

Thirty Six Prison Inmates in Jaffna Prison  who have been remanded over  drug trafficking charges have launched a hunger strike this morning by demanding their release on bail it has been reported.

However after participating the hunger strike  eighteen inmates had left the strike up to now the prison sources have stated.

Sri Lanka Transport Board Buses Too To increase The Bus Fares

The Bus Fares of Sri Lanka Transport Board (SLTB-LANGAMA) Buses too wil be increased by Rs.6 with effect from 01st of August according to the Deputy Minister of Transport Ashoka Abeysinghe.

The Cabinet has last Thursday approved the 6% bus fare hike to be implemented with effect from 01st of August per  the requests of private bus Unions.

Accordingly the new minimum bus  fare of SLTB  buses  will be Rs.9.00 with effect from 01st of August.

The SLTB Bus fare will be increased due to the rising costs at  SLTB  the deputy minister has stressed.


French Bus Driver Dies Over Face Mask Attack

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