Thursday, November 17, 2016


The First Ever National Guidelines On Correct Use Of Antibiotics Has Launched In Sri Lanka Yesterday(17)

During the past decade the resistance rates for most of
the  organisms both in the. health care settings as well as in the community in Sri Lanka  have escalated at an alarming rate according to Director General Of Health Services Dr.Palitha Mahipala.

Addressing at the launching of   first ever National Guidelines on  "correct use of Antibiotics  to  prevent resistance  "introduced in Sri Lanka which  jointly  launched yesterday  (17) at the Sri Lanka Foundation Institute in Colombo by World Health Organization (WHO) and Ministry of Health,Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine, Dr.Mahipala stressed that this is especially so for Gram negative organisms causing infections.

The most effective and practical mode of approach to minimize the problem is by having a national policy for the use of Antibiotics in the country he has stated.

As the International Antibiotic resistant awareness week had been announced from 14th to 20 th of November it is important to prevent Antibiotic resistance which is s major problem in Sri Lanka as well through using Antibiotics correctly the local Microbiologists have stated during yesterday's launch

Addressing at the event Minister of Health Dr.Rajitha Senatatne has stated that it's the drug companies that made Antibiotics which can be resistant for infections and  after that same companies manufacture drugs that fight against the resistance .

A Youth Was Killed And four Others Injured As Their Jeep Met With An Accident.

A youth was killed and four others were injured and
hospitalized  due to the Jeep they were travelling in veered off the road on Galgamuwa-Moragollagama road today (17).

A Buddhist Monk was also there among the four injured persons who were hospitalized following the incident.

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Airport Customs Officers Have Arrested Two Sri Lankans With 381 Illegal Cigarette Cartons

Image result for katunayake airportThe Airport Customs Officers have arrested two Sri Lankans this morning (17) belonging to a same family while attempting to smuggle 381 Cigarette Cartons to Sri Lanka illegally at Katunayake Bandaranaike International Airport.

The two suspects arrived from Dubai had been arrested while attempting to smuggle the stock of illegal Cigarette Cartons worth around Rs.3.2 million by carrying a three year old child it has been reported.

The Suspects who are 29 and 32 years old hidden Cigarette Cartons in six of their luggage according to the Airport Customs officers.The suspectsreturned to the country after employed in Dubai for three years it has been revealed.


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Two Persons Were Remanded For Sending More Than 100 Sri Lankan Females To Maldives For Prostitution

Image result for remandedTwo suspects who were arrested last Tuesday(15) over sending more than 100 Sri Lankan females to Maldives for prostitution had been remanded until 21st of November by the Kaduwela Magistrate today(17).

The officers of the special investigations unit attached to Foreign Employment Bureau had arrested the two suspects and produced them before the Kaduwela Magistrate Court today.

The two suspects who were also running a lodge  in Battaramulla(In Colombo) had sent Sri Lankan Females to Maldives through tourist visas it has been revealed.

The officers of the Special Investigations Division attached to Foreign Employment Bureau had recovered the photos of the females the suspects have been sent  and those who are due to send to Maldives for  prostitution  as well as a stock of passports  at their lodge in Battaramulla .The Foreign Employment Bureau is now conducting an investigations to arrest a Bangladeshi National who involved in sending Sri Lankan females to Maldives.

A 12 Hour Water Cut To Be Implemented In Several Areas In Colombo This Saturday

Related imageThe National Water Supply and Drainage Board has today(17) announced a twelve hour water cut from 9 a.m to 9 p.m in several areas  in Colombo this Saturday(19).

Accordingly the water cut will be affected  to  Colombo ,Kotte,Dehiwala-Mount Lavinia,Kolonnawa Municipal Council area,Kaduwela Municipal Council area ,Boralesgamuwa,Maharagama,Kotikawatte-Mullariyawa Pradeshiya Sabha area and Rathmalana.

Urgent repairs of the power transmission  system that supplying electricity to Ambathale Water Treatment Plant is the cause for 12 hour water cut the Water Board has stated.

Entry Road To Galle Face From Lotus Roundabout In Colombo Closed Due To A Protest March

Image result for lotus roundaboutThe entry road to Galle face from Lotus Roundabout(Colombo) has been closed for traffic this noon due to a protest march launched by a group of persons affected from Salawa Armory explosion occurred in last June .

A heavy  traffic congestion had been reported from the area this noon due to the protest march launched by Salawa victims by demanding to pay compensations for their properties which destroyed or damaged due to the fire erupted as the result of armory explosion in Salawa.

Police have advised the motorists to use an alternative routes due to the traffic congestion.


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