Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Prime Minister To Leave New Zealand Today (29) For An Official Visit

Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinhe is due to leave  New Zealand today (29) for a three day official state visit .

During the state visit to New Zealand  the first by a Sri Lankan head of state ,Prime Minister Wikramasinhe will hold bi lateral talks with New Zealand Prime Minister John Key.He is also due to attend official,business and community meetings organized in capital Wellington ,Auckland and Waikato cities.

Prime Minister will be acompanied by nine member delegation including  his wife Professor Maithree Wikramasinhe ,four ministers and state ministers and four of his official staff members for the tour it has been reported.



A Senior Veddha Community Member Had Been Killed Due To A Stone Attack At Dambana

A 78 year old person belonging to the Veddha Community(Indigenous Community) had been killed due to a stone attack occurred at Dambana today (28).

The critically injured senior Veddha member had succumbed to his injuries on admission to Badulla General Hospital.

Mahiyanganaya Police had arrested the suspect who attacked the deceased and after being produced before the Mahiyanganaya Magistrate Court he has been remanded until tomorrow (29).

The deceased had been attacked by the suspect over a family dispute the Mahiyanganaya Police have stated.

Sri Lanka To Manufacture Essential Western Drugs Locally By 2020

Twenty four local drug manufacturing Corporations along with the officials of State Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Corporation (SPMC) had met the officials of the Ministry Of Health,Nutrition And Indigenous Medicine recently and discussed the ways that produce all the essential western drugs locally by the year 2020 it has been reported.

At present around three thousand Drug varieties are being imported to Sri Lanka annually at a cost of Rs.45 billion according to the Health Ministry.

Already three local Drug Manufacturers has started manufacturing western drugs locally and the authorities are planning to establish new Drug Manufacturing Plants in the island in view of manufacturing all the essential Drugs locally by the year 2020 the Health Ministry has stated.


Three Faculties Of Rajarata University Had Been Closed Due To A Water Shortage

Three faculties belonging to Rajarata University(North Central Province) had been closed  by the authorities due to a severe shortage of water prevailing in the North Central Province these days as a result of the drought.

Accordingly faculty of applied sciences in Mihintale and social and human science faculty were closed indefinitely and the faculty of Management  Science will be closed until 09th of October according to the sources.

The National Water supplies And Drainage Board has not supplied sufficient amount of water to the Rajarata  University, Authorities have stated.

A Female Was Killed And Three Others Injured Due To A Gun Shooting At Welipenna

A female was killed and three others were injured and hospitalized due to a gun shooting incident occurred at a house in Welipanna area (Western Province) this evening.

The injured were admitted to the Nagoda Hospital for treatment it has been reported.

Four unidentified persons arrived in two Motor Bicycles had fired gun shots towards residents and fled away  from the scene the Police have stated.

Breast Cancer In Sri Lanka Is On The Increase-Oncologists

Breast Cancer among females in Sri Lanka is on the increase and out of 40 females of the age over 20 ,  1 is at the risk of getting Breast Cancer according to the local Oncologists (Cancer Specialist Doctors).

Accordingly 6 to 7 new Breast Cancer patients are detected daily in Sri Lanka and nearly 2500 Breast Cancer patients are detected annually they had stated.

The analysis of data on Cancers in Sri Lanka reveals that Breast Cancer accounts for nearly 25% of all Cancers reported among the females the director of the Cancer Control Programme Dr.Sudath Samaraweera has stated.

Addressing a press briefing held at Health Education Bureau in Colombo this morning on "Breast Cancer Awareness Month "which falls in October Dr.Samaraweera has stressed that when the Breast Cancer is at very early stages a better outcome of the disease can be achieved by providing them optimum treatments available.

Addressing the briefing the senior Oncologist attached to Maharagama "Apeksha"(Cancer )Hospital Dr.Damayanthi Pieris has stated that there's a slight increase of Breast Cancer among Sri Lankan Males.

The modifiable risk factors of Breast Cancer includes the Excessive weight gain,Hormone Replacement Therapy,Smoking,Alcohol Use,Lack of Exercise and Unnecessary exposure to radiation she has stated.

Few of the main symptoms of  Breast Cancer are a nodule or a swelling in the breasts,a recent change of contour or appearance in the Breasts,Asymmetry,A recent nipple retraction or any other nipple change and an eczema ,wound or any color change in the skin Dr.Pieris has revealed.


Arrested UPFA MP Jayantha Samaraweera Has Been Remanded

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The UPFA MP Jayantha Samaraweera who had been arrested by the Police Financial Crimes Investigations Division (FCID) this evening over misuse of state owned vehicles has been remanded until 05th of October by the Colombo Fort Magistrate .

The Colombo Fort Magistrate Lanka Jayaratne has ordered to remand the MP after he has been produced before the Court this evening.

Mother And A Daughter Of A Same Family Were Killed Due To An Accident In Galkiriyagama

Image result for accidentA mother and daughter of a same family were killed and the small child of the deceased daughter had received minor injuries following collided with a Cab while walking along the road at Pubbogama area in Galkiriyagama (North Central Province) today(28)it has been reported.

The mother and the daughter were killed on the spot due to the accident.The  Cab Driver has  received injuries and admitted to the Galkiriyagama Hospital according to the Police.

UPAFA MP Jayantha Samaraweera Has Been Arrested By The Police Financial Crimes Investigations Division

Image result for arrestedThe United Peoples Freedom Alliance(UPFA) MP Jayantha Samaraweera has been arrested by the Police Financial Crimes Investigations Division(FCID) this evening over misuse of state owned vehicles during the previous regime.

The Kaluthara District MP Samaraweera has been arrested after he had given a statement to FCID regarding the allegation leveled against him.

He was arrested in connection with the ongoing inquiry on misuse of 13 vehicles hired by the Presidential Secretariat during the  Presidential Campaign in 2015.



Oral cancers are part of a group of cancers commonly referred to as head and neck cancers, and of all head and neck cancers they comprise about 85% of that category. Brain cancer is a cancer category unto itself, and is not included in the head and neck cancer group.

Historically the death rate associated with this cancer is particularly high not because it is hard to discover or diagnose, but due to the cancer being routinely discovered late in its development.

Today, (2016) that statement is still true, as there is not a comprehensive program in the US to opportunistically screen for the disease, and without that; late stage discovery is more common. Another obstacle to early discovery (and resulting better outcomes) is the advent of a virus, HPV16, contributing more to the incidence rate of oral cancers, particularly in the posterior part of the mouth (the oropharynx, the tonsils, the base of tongue areas) which many times does not produce visible lesions or discolorations that have historically been the early warning signs of the disease process.

79 Corona Positives Had Been Discharged From Hospitals Today (02)

A total of 79 Corona positives had been discharged today (02) from Hospitals after full recovery it has been reported . Accordingly th...