Thursday, August 4, 2016


Sri Lankan Transgender Community Members Who Are Converted Males To Females Seeking Female Status To Appear In Their ID's

The Sri Lankan Transgender Community (Males converted to Females) has made a request from the Department Of Registration Of Persons to issue them new identity cards by stating that  they are females a social activist belonging to the Transgender Community has stated yesterday (04).

Although they made  this request the authorities are still have not responded to it she has stated.

The activist Bhoomi Narendran has stated that most of the Transgender Community members in Sri Lanka lives in hiding as they were cornered by their fanily members and the society and they have lost the education and employment rights too. 

MP Wimal Weerawansha Has Given A Statement To Presidential Commission

The leader of the National Freedom Front (NFF) MP Wimal Weerawansha has today (04) given a statement
to the Presidential Commission Of Inquiry over the allegations levelled against him on misusing the state vehicles belonging to the State Engineering Corporation and favouring his relatives when allocating houses and shops to Ministry Of Housing by
using his Ministerial Powers.

Due to this issue the government had lost  Rs.100 million it has been reported.


Kandy Chief Magistrate Has Remanded A Private Institute Lecturer Over Molesting 17 Girls At The Institute

The Kandy Chief Magistrate has today (05)ordered to remand a lecturer attached to a Private Resident Training Institute in Hanthana (Central Province) who was alleged to have molested 17 girls at the institute until 11th of August.

The suspected Head Lecturer of the institute had been surrendered to the police on last Tuesday (2) after investigations launched by the Kandy  Police as per the complaints lodged by several  parents that their children were molested by the Lecturer it has been revealed.

University Grants Commission Has Informed The Striking Non Academic Staffers To Report To Work Tomorrow (05)

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has today (04) informed the Non Academic Staff in all state universities who are on continuous strike at present to report to work tomorrow (05) .

Those non academic staffers  who are on probation and training and fail to report to work by tomorrow will be considered as have vaccated their posts the UGC has stated.

However the University Trade Union Joint Committee has stressed that if the government take steps to suppress non academic staffers who are on strike the union will take tougher trade union action against it.

Fire Fighters Are Attempting To Douse The Fire At Muthurajawela Area

Image result for fire white backgroundFire Fighters along with the Army Personal are  currently  attempting to douse the flames of a fire which has occurred at a Marsh Land in Muthurajawela Area at Wattala Area .

The cause for the fire is still not yet been revealed and there are no reports of casualties  yet according to the authorities.



Four Persons Were Critically Injured And Hospitalized Due To A Bus-Three Wheeler Collision In Badulla

Image result for accident graphicFour Persons were critically injured and admitted to the Badulla General Hospital this morning due to a Sri Lanka Transport Board(SLTB) Bus-Three Wheeler collision occurred on Badulla-Bandarawela Main Road at Demodara Area according to the Ella Police.

All Four Injured persons were inside of the Three Wheeler when the accident has occurred it has been reported.

The Ella Police have detained the driver of the Bus regarding the accident and conducting an investigation son the accident.

Norwegian Prime Minister Arrived In Sri Lanka For A Private Tour

The Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg had arrived in Sri Lanka this morning for a private tour according to the Ministry Of Foreign Affairs.

The Norwegian Prime Minister has arrived in the island from a Qatar Airways Flight the Ministry has stated.

Airport Customs Officers Had Detained Two Persons Who Were Attempted To Smuggle Foreign Currency Notes Out Of The Country

Airport Customs Officers had  detained two persons at the Katunayake ,Bandaranaike International Airport this morning while attempting to smuggle an undeclared foreign currency notes worth over Rs.35 million out of the country.

The foreign currency notes were found hidden  inside the ornamental flowers vases  which stored in luggage belonging to the two suspects according to Customs Officers.

The two suspects of the ages 35 and 49 were detained while they were preparing to board a flight to Singapore this morning the Customs Officers have stated.

The Airport Customs Officer are conducting further investigations on the incident.


Image result for skin irritationSkin Allergy Overview

Irritated skin can be caused by a variety of factors. These include immune system disorders, medications and infections. When an allergen is responsible for triggering an immune system response, then it is an allergic skin condition.

Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)
Eczema is the most common skin condition, especially in children. It affects one in five infants but only around one in fifty adults. It is now thought to be due to “leakiness” of the skin barrier, which causes it to dry out and become prone to irritation and inflammation by many environmental factors. Also, some people with eczema have a food sensitivity which can make eczema symptoms worse. In about half of patients with severe atopic dermatitis, the disease is due to inheritance of a faulty gene in their skin called filaggrin. Unlike with urticaria (hives), the itch of eczema is not caused by histamine so anti-histamines do not control the symptoms. Eczema is often linked with asthma, allergic rhinitis (hay fever) or food allergy. This order of progression is called the atopic march.

Allergic Contact Dermatitis

Allergic contact dermatitis occurs when your skin comes in direct contact with an allergen. For instance, if you have a nickel allergy and your skin comes in contact with jewelry made with even a very small amount of nickel, you may develop red, bumpy, scaly, itchy or swollen skin at the point of contact.

Coming in contact with poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac can also cause allergic contact dermatitis. The red, itchy rash is caused by an oily coating covering these plants. The allergic reaction can come from actually touching them, or by touching clothing, pets or even gardening tools that have come in contact with the oil.

Government To Provide Concessions To The Electricity Bills Issued During Last March ,April And May

Government has decided to grant concessions for the Electricity bills of the consumers for the months of March,April and May where an is...