Wednesday, August 3, 2016

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Government Is Spending More For The Sri Lanka' s Health Sector Than Private Sectror

Image result for sri lanka healthAccording to a latest survey carried out by the Ministry of Health ,Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine it has been revealed that the government is spending more for the Health Sector than the Private Sector.

It was earlier predicted that the private sector in the country spend more money for the Health Sector than government according to the Minister Of Health Dr.Rajitha Senaratne.Even in  western countries like USA  private sector spends more for the Health Sector he has revealed.

Although during the previous regime it has estimated that 1.7 % of the gross domestic product has been allocated for the health sector , according to the above mentioned survey 3.2% from the gross domestic product has been allocated for the health sector Minister has stressed.

These details were revealed during a survey carried out to prepare  the  National Health Account Report .



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Former DIG And Crimes OIC Were Further Remanded Over The Killing Of Former Rugby Player Thajudeen

Image result for court orderThe Colombo Additional Magistrate has yesterday (03) further remanded the former senior Deputy Inspector General Of Police (DIG) Anura Senanayake and former Crimes OIC of Narahenpita Police Sumith Perera who are in  remand over the murder of former Sri Lankan Rugby Player Wasim Thajudeen until 10th of August.

The suspects were further remanded by the Additional Magistrate when the murder case of Thajudeen was taken up for hearing yesterday afternoon.


Both suspects were taken into custody after recording their statements over the killing of former Rugby Player Thajudeen who was killed in May 2012.

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API ADARAYA KARANA MITHUREK,SAHODARAYEK HO SAHODARIYAK WIDESHIYA RATAKA INDAN AWITH AYITH YANAKOTA YANNE HUGAK ADARANEYA MATAKAYAN ARAGENA API LANGAT E MATAKAYAN TIALA.E AYATA TAWAT KALAYAK INDALA YANNA KIALA KIANNA APITA HITENA EKA SWABAWIKAI,ETANA TAMAI SABA ALMA HA ADARAYA TIENNE.


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Navy Have Detained 19 Local Fishermen Who Were Engaged In Illegal Fishing In Sri Lankan Waters

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Sri Lanka Navy Have Detained 19 local fishermen who were engaged in Illegal Fishing on Sri Lanka's seas off Kokkuthuduwai in Northern Province by using banned mono filament fishing nets.

 Along with the local fishermen the Navy have taken into custody four fiber glass dinghies(boats)and three mono filament fishing nets.

The Navy have handed over the detained local fishermen and their equipment to Mulathivu fisheries inspector for future investigations on the incident.

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Army Officer Detained Over The Killing Of Former Editor Lasantha Wikramathunge Has Been Further Remanded

The Mount Lavinia Magistrate has today (03) further remanded the officer attached to the Army Intelligence Unit who was detained regarding the assassination of former Editor of the Sunday Leader Newspaper Lasantha Wikramathunge until 11th of August.

The suspect was further remanded after being produced before the Mount Lavinia Magistrate Court this morning.

The Magistrate Court has given the permission to Criminal Investigations Department (CID)to produce the suspect before Gampaha Magistrate on 08th  of August in connection with the attacks on assassinated  former editor of Sunday Leader Lasantha Wikramathunge and former Editor Upali Tennakoon in 2009.


Police And Navy Had Detained Thirty Five Persons including Six Females While Disposing Garbage Into Rivers

The Police and the Navy had detained thirty five persons including six females during separate raids carried out while disposing garbage into the Kelaniya River ,Hamilton Canal and hekaththa it has been reported.

Out of the detainees twenty eight including one female were detained by sri lanka Navy  at wattala and Palyagoda areas while disposing garbage into the Kelaniya River and  seven persons including five females were detained by the police while disposing  garbage to Hamilton Canal and Hekaththa area.

Later the suspects were released on police bail.

Health Ministry To File Legal Cases Against 859 Premises Owners In Western Province For Maintaining Dengue Mosquito Breeding Places

Image result for dengueLegal action is due to be filed against 859 premises owners who were found as maintaining Dengue Mosquito Breeding Places in their premises during the three day Special Dengue Control Programme conducted by the Ministry Of Health,Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine at the Western Province on 29th of July,30th of July and 01st Of August .

Accordingly another 3238 premises owners have been issued notices for keeping risky environment in their places that will help to breading of dengue mosquitoes the Ministry has stated.

During the programme 520 teams comprising of members of Armed Forces and Health Officials have been raided 69,994 premises and out of them  1403 places have found as maintains dengue mosquito breading places it has been reported.

Party Leaders Meeting To Be Held This Week To Discuss On Future Governmemt Activities

Speaker Karu Jayasuriya has today (19)stated that a party leaders meeting will be held this week to take a decision on ,the way the gove...