Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Five Students Were Injured And Hospitalized Due To A Clash At Peradeniya University

clash clipart සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලFive Students attached to Peradeniya University were injured and hospitalized following a clash occurred between two groups of students of the Arts Faculty in  University according to the Police.

The injured students were admitted to the Peradeniya Teaching Hospital for treatment.

The clash occurred during distribution of invitations to the passing out event of final year Arts Faculty students it has been revealed.

Both the Peradeniya Police and  Peradeniya University authorities are conducting separate investigations on the incident .

A Sub Inspector Was Killed And Two Other Officers Were Injured Due To A Gun Shooting At Maspotha

shooting clipart සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලWestern Province).A sub inspector was killed and a Police Sargent and a Constable were injured and hospitalized last night after a group of persons in a motor car with a fake number plate shot them while trying to search the car parked on Kurunagala-Puttalam Road at Maspotha area(North

The Police Team arrived in  Police Mobile Service vehicle to inspect the motor car with fake number plate were shot by the gunmen inside the car and after police officers shot them back the gunmen fled away from the scene it has been reported.

Following the gun shooting three  injured police officers were admitted to the Kurunagala Teaching Hospital and the sub inspector was succumbed to his injuries on admission police have stated.

Meanwhile police have arrested the gunman who shot and killed the sub inspector and injured two other officers  while traveling from a bus at pallandeniya area.


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European Union Had Launched A Project To Help Sri Lanka's Trade

European Union has yesterday (15)  launched 8
million Euros worth project in Colombo that will help Sri Lanka to increase it's competitiveness in regional and European Markets.

International Trade Center ,United Nations Industrial Development Organization and Sri Lanka Department Of Commerce have jointly launched this project.

Two Fishermen Went To Sea From Arugambay Area Reported As Missing With Their Boat

Two fishermen who went to sea from Arugambe in
Pothuvil area (Eastern Province)yesterday(14) morning  were reported as missing with their boat it has been revealed.

The two fishermen were identified as residents of Pothuvil area.

Pothuvil Police are conducting an investigation on the incident and inform Sri Lanka Navy on the missing fishermen.

A Motor Cyclist Was Killed And Another Injured And hospitalized Due To The Collision Of Two Motor Cycles

A Motor Cycle rider was killed and another was
injured and hospitalized due to two Motor Cycles colliding with  each other on Nelliadi-Jaffna road at Thirumagal area (In Jaffna).

A 67 year old Motor Cyclist succumbed to his injuries on  admission to Jaffna Teaching Hospital with critical injuries.

Other Motor Cyclist was admitted to the Point Pedro Hospital following the accident  according to the Police.

Nelliadi Police are conducting an investigation on the accident.


Health Minister To Recruit Government Dispensers To The Para Medical Service

Minister of Health,Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine Dr.Rajitha Senaratne has decided to recruit
 Government Hospital Dispensers to the Para Medical Service according to the Ministry Of Health.

Minister is due to submit a Cabinet Proposal regarding this to the Cabinet soon Ministry has stated.

A 65 Year Old Female Was Killed After Colliding With A Private Bus In Pettah

A 65 year old female was killed today (15) after

 colliding with a private bus travelling from Gunasinghapura to Colombo Fort in pettah area.

The critically injured female succumbed to her
injuries after admission to the Colombo National Hospital.

Pettah Police have arrested the driver of the Private Bus regarding the accident and conducting further investigations on the incident.

Eight Para Medical Catagories To Launch A 48 Hour Island Wide Strike From 8 A.M Tomorrow (16)

Para medical officers belonging to eight catagories are
due to launch a 48 hour island wide strike from 8 a.m tomorrow (16) demanding solutions for two of their service demands.

Accordingly Eight Catagories of Para Medical officers namely  public health inspectors ,public health laboratory technicians,health services  entamalogy officers,EEG technicians,ECG technicians,Dental technicisns,Dental Therapists and Eye Technologists are due to launch the island wide strike from 8 a.m  tomorrow (16) to 8 a.m on Friday (18) demanding to  stop transferring techincal facts included in training courses of these caragories to other services and to stop recruiting dispensers to the Para medical service according to the Joint Confederation of Para Medical Services.

Three Para Medical catagories ,Public health inspectors,health services entamalogy officers and public health laboratory technicians had launched an island wide one day strike last week as well demanding solutions for their demands.

Airport Customs Officers Arrested Four Chinese Nationals With 410 Cigarette Cartons

Airport customs officers have today (15) arrested four chinese nationals who attempted to smuggle 410 Cigarette cartons illegally to the country at
Katunayake Bandaranaike Interational Airport.

The value of the 410 Cigarette cartons brought by the suspects  is estimated as Rs.3.2 million according to the Airport customs officers.

The four suspects including two females were arrested on their arrival at the Airport around 5.45 a.m it has been revealed.

Airport customs officers are further  investigating on the incident.


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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease(COPD) Is On The Increase

copd disease සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලChronic Obstructive Pulmonary  Disease known as "COPD" which cause breathing difficulties and occurred mainly due to the  Cigarette Smoking  is on the increase in Sri Lanka according to the Consultant of Pulmonary Diseases attached to the National Hospital of Respiratory Diseases Dr.Bandu Gunasena.

Addressing a Media Seminar on "International Chronic Respiratory Diseases Day" held this morning (15) at Health Education Bureau in Colombo ,Dr.Gunasena has stressed that "COPD" is a group of lung conditions which cause breathing difficulties and it included the respiratory diseases Chronic Bronchitis(long term inflammation of the airways) and "Emphysema"(Damage to the air Sacs in the lungs).

The Disease is a common condition which mainly affects middle aged or older adults who smoke and it can affect  those subjected to passive smoking as well it has been revealed.Many people do not realize they  have the disease. Although treatment can help to keep the condition  under control, the breathing problems occurred as a result of the disease and  get gradually worse over  time and can limit one's normal activities.

The symptoms of the "COPD" are Increasing breathlessness particularity when you are active ,A persistent chesty cough with phlegm ,  Persistent Wheezing and Frequent Chest Infections according to the Doctors.

Thirty Eight Out Of The Sixty Two Members Of "Ava" Crimes Group Had Been Arrested- Minister Of Law,Order And Southern Development

arrested සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලThirty Eight  out of  the Sixty Two  persons identified as Members of  the "Ava" Crimes Group which terrorizing several places in Jaffna District   had been arrested so far according to the Minister of Law,Order and Southern Development Sagala Rathnayake.

Responding to a question raised by leader of  Janatha Wimukthi Peramuna(JVP) MP Anura Kumara Dassanayke at Parliament today(15)  Minister Rathnayake has stated that eight leaders of the "Ava" Group are due to be arrested soon  .

"Ava" group has imported it's first sword from Brazil via India and the group has made several weapons by itself Minister has stressed.

Cabinet Has Decided Not To Increase The Water Tariffs By 30% As Announced By Water Board

watertap සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලCabinet has decided not to increase the water tariffs by 30%  as per  the instructions of President Maithripala Sirisena .

However Cabinet has appointed a three member Ministerial Committee comprising with Ministers Ravi Karunanayake,Rauf Hakeem and Dr.Sarath Amunugama to study ways that could increase water tariffs without adding  any burden to the public ,Minister Of Petroleum and Petroleum Gasses  Chandima Weerakkody has stated during a press briefing held at Parliamentary Complex today(15).

The Water Supply and Drainage Board has last Saturday(12) announced that the Board has decided to increase water tariffs by 30% with effect from 01st of December.

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