Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Lotus Road In Colombo To Be Closed Down For A Two Hour Period Tomorrow

The Lotus Road in Colombo will be temporarily closed down for two and half hour period from 7 -9.30 a.m tomorrow (27) for a Bicycle Race according to the Police Headquarters.

The Bicycle Race will start from Lotus Road tomorrow morning and go along Sir Baron Jayathilake Road,Chatham Street,Ceramic Junction,left of N.S.A Roundabout ,Duplication Road ,Saranankara Mawatha and through Galle Road  Mathara.


Air Port Customs Officers Have Detained A Bangladeshi National Who Had Attempted To Smuggle Gold Biscuits And Chains To Bangladesh

The Air Port customs officers have today (26)detained  a Bangladeshi National at the Katunayake Bandaranaike International Air Port who had attempted to smuggle 11 gold biscuits and 08 gold chains to  Dhaka,Bangladesh.

The stock of gold biscuits and gold chains recovered  have been concealed in the suspect's luggage and shoes  and it weighs 1150 kilos according to the Air Port customs   officers

Out of the 11 gold biscuits which  found in the possesion of the Bangladeshi National  08 of them were  stored inside his  luggage  and three hidden inside  his shoes it has been reported.



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Gampaha High Court Has Today Granted Bail For Eight Kelaniya University Students Who Were Remanded Over A Ragging Case

The Gampaha High Court has today(26)  granted bail for eight students attached to the University Of Kelaniya who were remanded in connection with a ragging incident in the University.

The suspected students were released on two personal bails of Rs.100,000 each when the bail application filed behalf of them was taken in to  consideration today by the High Court

These students were detained following a complaint made by a new female student who alleged that she has been subjected severe ragging  in the hands of the suspected students at University Premises over wearing a long trouser to to University.

Health Ministry To Implement A Special Three Day Dengue Control Programme In Western Province

The Ministry of Health.Nutrition and Indeginous Medicine has planned to implement a special three day Dengue Control Programme in Western Province from 29th to 31st of July by targeting construction sites and Schools which are identified as major Dengue mosquito breeding places  in the province.

Around 520 teams comprising of Armed Forces personal and Health Officials are due to participate this three day Programme for Dengue Control Activities including house to house inspection,Destroying Dengue Mosquito Breeding Places and fumigation the Health Ministry has stated.

Meanwhile per the requests made by Educational Authorities the Health  Ministry has instructed the all provincial health services directors in the island to fumigate the fifth grade scholarship and Advanced Level examination centers situated in schools on 30th and 31st of July.

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Five Police Officers Attached To Badulla Police Have Been Injured And Hospitalized Due To An Accident

Image result for accident graphicFive Police Officers attached to Badulla Police including a Sub Inspector have been injured and hospitalized this morning as the vehicle they were traveling in hit a tree on the road side.

The Injured Police Officers were admitted to Badulla General Hospital for treatment.

Heavy Traffic Reported From Town Hall Due To A Protest March Of Unemployed Ayurveda Graduates

A Heavy Traffic has been reported in Town Hall area (In Colombo)this noon due to a protest march launched by unemployed Ayurveda Graduates which heading towards the Ministry Of Health,Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine in Deans Road,Maradana.

The protest march had started from Ayurveda Hospital Junction in Borella by demanding to provide employment for the unemployed Ayurveda Graduates.

Due to the traffic the Police have requested the motorists to use an alternative routes when traveling.

Katunayake International Air Port To Be Closed Down Daily For Eight Hours From 05th Of January 2017

The Katunayake ,Bandaranaike International Air Port is scheduled to be closed down temporarily for eight hours daily from 05th of January 2017 up to Three Months to carry out maintenance work in the Runway according to Minister Of Transport and Civil Aviation Nimal Siripala De Silva.

Accordingly the Air Port will be closed down from 8.30 a.m to 4.30 p.m daily from 05th of January 2017 for a Three Month period due to maintenance work.

HEALTH TIP

Elbow pain is often caused by overuse. Many sports, hobbies and jobs require repetitive hand, wrist or arm movements. Elbow pain may occasionally be due to arthritis, but in general, your elbow joint is much less prone to wear-and-tear damage than are many other joints.

Common causes of elbow pain include:
  1. Broken arm
  2. Bursitis
  3. Dislocated elbow
  4. Golfer's elbow
  5. Osteoarthritis
  6. Osteochondritis dissecans
  7. Rheumatoid arthritis
  8. Sprains and strains
  9. Stress fractures
  10. Tendinitis
  11. Tennis elbow
  12. Throwing injuries
  13. Trapped nerves

  14. Seek emergency care if you have:

  15. An obvious deformity in your elbow
  16. A protruding bone

Call your doctor right away if you have:

  • Severe pain, swelling and bruising around the joint
  • Trouble moving your elbow normally, using your arm or turning your arm from palm up to palm down and vice versa

Schedule an office visit if you have:

  • Elbow pain that doesn't improve after home care
  • Pain that occurs even when you're not using your arm
  • Increasing redness, swelling or pain in the injured area

Self-care

Most elbow pain improves with simple home treatments, such as:
  • Protect. Keep the area from getting further injury.
  • Rest. Avoid the activity that caused your injury.
  • Ice. Place an ice pack on the sore area for 15 to 20 minutes three times a day.
  • Compression. Use a compression bandage to reduce swelling.
  • Elevation. Keep your arm elevated to help reduce swelling
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