Friday, April 7, 2017

One Day Token Strike Launched By Government Doctors Ended This Morning

The one day token strike launched by the Government
Hospital doctors/Dental Doctors and Ayurveda Doctors  yesterday (07) morning against the Private Medical Collage(SAITM) in Malabe  ended at 8 a.m today (08).

Due to the strike out door clinics in Government Hospitals/Dental Hospital -Colombo and Dental Clinics/Ayurveda Hospitals in the country have paralyzed  and a large number of patients faced severe difficulties according to the Hospital sources.

Stockhalm Attack-Police Arrested Two And One Escaped


Police Constable Who Robbed A Gold Chain Of A Female Had Been Remanded

The Police Constable arrested over robbing a gold
chain belongs to a female in Viharamahadevi park on last Wednesday night has been remanded until 20th of April by the Colombo chief magistrate court.

The suspect has been remanded after been  produced before the court.

The suspected Police Constable who robbed the gold chain worth more than Rs.80,000 was caught  by the civil defense force personal along with the female's husband and handed him over to the Cinamon Gardens Police.

Later it has been revealed that the suspect is attached to the Cinamon Gardens Police.

Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe To Visit Japan

Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe is scheduled to
visit Japan from 10th to 16th of April .

During the visit  Prime Minister Wikramasinghe will meet Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and government representatives and hold bi lateral discussions according to the Prime Minister's Office.

Government Is Consideting To Close All Liquor Shops In The Country Except In Hotels-Health Minister

Government is  considering  to close all the liquor
shops in the island and restricted the sales of liquor to hotels the Minister Of Health,Nutrition and Indeginous Medicine Dr.Rajitha Senaratne has said  in Parliament yesterday (07).

The matter  discussed in the Cabinet already  he has stressed.

Due to the heavy  consumption of liquor in Sri Lanks the non commumicable diseases spreads rapidly  and road accidents are on the incrase it has been reveaked.

28 Second Year Students Attached To The South Eastern University Were Suspended Over Ragging

Authorities have suspended 28 second year students
attached to the South Eastern University  in oluvil over ragging a group of new students of the University it has been reported .

The security guards attached to the University have arrested the 28 students who had ragged newcomers in  inhuman manner and handed over them to the University authorities .

Foreign-Two Persons Killed And Many Injured Due To The Truck Attack In Stockhalm


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MP Weerawansha Released On Bail

Image result for bailColombo Fort Magistrate Court has today(07) released the Joint Opposition MP Wimal Weerawanhsa who were in prison for nearly three months over misusing of state owned vehicles ,on bail .

The MP who was admitted to the Colombo National Hospital recently due to a fasting campaign he had launched was released on a cash bail of Rs.50,000 and two personal bails of Rs.500,000 each .However the Colombo Fort Magistrate instructed the MP Weerawansha to to hand over his  passport to the Court.

The MP who arrived in the Court through an Ambulance as his revised bail application considered by the Court  today was discharged by the Hospital this evening soon after he was released on bail.


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Two Persons Were Killed Due To A Fire In A Fire Cracker Factory

Image result for fireTwo persons reported as killed due to a fire occurred in a fire cracker factory in Kimbulapitiya,Negambo(Cololmbo) this evening.

Fire Brigade arrived in the scene involved in  dousing the fire it has been revealed,

Ministry Of Health To Taken Over The Dr.Neville Fernando Private Hospital

Ministry Of Health,Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine will be taken over the controversial  
Image result for ministry of higher education logo sri lankaDr.Neville Fernando Private Hospital attached to the Private Medical Collage in Malabe(SAITM) soon as a step to solve the problems arisen due to the Hospital and the Medical Collage, the Ministry Of Higher Education and Highways has announced today(07).

According to the Ministry Of Higher Education the following steps will be taken as measures to solve the Malabe Private Medical Collage issue in addition to taken over of the Dr.Neville Fernando Hospital .

(1)The students passed out from the Private Medical Collage in Malabe will be given a further clinical training in Awissawella and Homagama Hospitals on Surgery,Obstetrics and  Gynecology  and Medical science .

(2) Passed out students will be allowed to sit for an examination jointly conducted by the Sri Lanka Medical Council and University Grants Commission 

(3) The Ministry Of Health will be gazetted the minimum standards required by medical education in Sri Lanka  recommended by the Sri Lanka Medical Council as per the approval of Attorney General.

Sri Lankan Dental Equipment Manufacturer In Jaffna Made A Dental Chalr Locally

Displaying W03.jpgThe owner of the Tissomed Technologies in Jaffna (North) Kulendran Raja who manufactured Dental equipment  made A Dental Chair Locally  with a cost of Rs.550,000 according to the Ministry Of Health.

The newly made local Dental Chair was presented to the Health Minister Dr.Rajitha Senaratne by the manufacturer recently during a function  held in Cancer Unit in Thelippalai ,Jaffna .

After seen the locally made Dental Chair ,Minister  has instructed the Acting Director General Of Health Services Dr.Jayasundara Bandara to check   the ability of purchasing the locally made Dental Chair to local hospitals.

Tobacco Cultivated Land In Sri Lanka Reduced From 300 Hectares -Health Minsitry

Image result for tobacco land in sri lankaAfter the government has taken a policy decision  to minimize the tobacco cultivated land area in Sri Lanka the 2500 hectare land area which cultivated tobacco locally had been reduced from  300 hectares to 2200 hectares according to the Ministry Of Health,Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine. 

Based on the recommendation made by the World Health Organization(WHO) to  minimize the tobacco cultivated land area through introducing alternative crops to farmers in view of minimizing the smoking, Sri Lanka too aimed to introduce alternative crops to the farmers who are growing tobacco like Soya,Bananas and Pepper the Ministry has stated.

 As per the instructions of Health Minister Dr.Rajitha Senaratne  a survey has been launched among the local farmer community to fulfill this aspect it has been revealed.  

Most of the people in North,Uva and North Central Provinces are cultivating Tobacco and it becomes their major source of income the Ministry has stated. To minimize the Tobacco cultivation in Sri Lanka the Ministries of Health and Agriculture are jointly preparing a plan at present according to the Health Minister Dr.Senaratne.

According to the latest statistics around 25,000 persons in Sri Lanka  have died annually due to Tobacco related diseases and 5 % of them  due to the passive smoking it has been revealed. 

61 Corona Positives Had Been Reported Today (28)

A total of 61 Corona Virus positives had been reported in the Country today (28) until 11.30 p.m ,increasing the total number of Corona ...