Sunday, April 30, 2017


Police Have Arrested Three Youth With Six Kilo Grammes Of Cannabis

Police have arrested three youth with six kilo
grammes of Cannabis in their possession which prepared to transport  near the Wewvita Reservoir in Bandaragama area .


Police have also taken into custody a Motor Car which the suspected youth prepared to transport the haul of Cannabis.

The suspected youth who are residents of Boralesgamuwa,Piliyandala due to be produced before the Horana Magistrate Court today (01).

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A 64 Year Old Female Was Killed And 11 Others Injured Due To A Road Accident

A 64 year old female was killed and 11 others injured
due to the Van they were travelling in veering off the road and toppled over on Mahiyanganaya-Bibile road it has been revealed.


The 12 of the injured one critically were admitted to the Bibile Base Hospital and the critically injured female had succumbed to her injuries after admission to the Hospital.The 11 of the injured later transferred to the Monaragala Hospital for treatment .

Around 200,000 Foreign Employees Currently Employed In Sri Lanka

Although there are so many unemployed youth here
searching for jobs ,around 200,000 foreign employees mainly unskilled are currently employed here it has been revealed.

Some of these foreign employees arrived in Sri Lanks illegally without visas and working in various sectors  according to the Minister Of Megapolis and Western Development Patali Champika Ranawake.

The foreigners who are arriving Sri Lanka with or without Employment visas are on the increase and Immigeation and Emigration Officials should regulate their arrivals and departures the Minister has stated.

A workforce shortage created locally in the fields of  harvesting and cleaning and due to this it created an employment opportunities directly for foreigners minister has stressed.

Most of the foreign employees employed in Sri Lanka are unskilled workers artived from India and China and they are working in foreign firms and construction sites it has been revealed.

A Motorcyclist Was Killed On The Spot After His Motorcycle Colliding With A Tipper Truck

A Motorcyclist was killed on the spot after his
Motorcycle colliding with a Tipper Truck transported sand on Dambulle-Wewala main road last evening (30).

The deceased had been identified as a resident of Wewala ,Dambulle.

Dambulle Police have arrested the driver of the Tipper Truck and conducting an investigations on the incident.



Now A Garbage Mountain In Kandy Is At Risk Of Collapse

Authorities have informed the residents live near the
Garbage Mountain in Gohagoda, Kandy to vacate their houses as their's a risk of collapsing the Garbage Mountain which is said to be around 40 years old.

 The Ministry of Provincial Councils has begun a probe on media reports stated that there's a gas leak in the Garbage Mountain.

The Ministry plans to use drone cameras and inspect the Gohagoda Garbage Mountain on 02nd of May with the assistance of University Of Peradeniya it has been reported.

Both Kandy Urban Council and Harispattuwa Provincial Council dispose the city garbage to this Garbage Mountain since decades according to reports.

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Three Persons Were Critically Injured And Hospitalized Due To A Motor Car-Lorry Collision

Three persons including a small girl were critically
injured and hospitalized after the Motor Car they were travelling in colliding with a Lorry in Manampitiya area,Polonnaruwa this morning (30).

The injured who are residents of Batticaloa District were admitted to the Polonnaruwa Hospital for treatment.

Police have arrested the lorry driver regarding the accident.


Two Persons Were Killed And Two Injured Due To A Road Accident In Kebithigollawa

Two persons were kiled and two others were injured
and hospitalized after the Lorry they were travelling in veered off the road and crashed into a tree in Samadhigama area,Kabithigollawa (North Central Province)early this morning (30).

The injured were admitted to the Anuradhapura and Vavuniya Hospitals for treatment.

The accident has occurred after the Lorry driver fallen a sleep while driving the vehicle it has been revealed.The critically injured Lorry driver and a female had succumbed to their injuries after admission to the Hospital.

The Kebithigollawa Police are conducting an investigation on the incident.

A Herd Of Wild Elephants Entered The Suriyawewa Cricket Ground In Hambanthota And Done Extensive Damage

A herd of Wild Elephants had entered
the Mahinda Rajapakshsa International Cricket Stadium in Suriyawewa ,Hambanthota(Southern Province) last night(29) and done extensive damage to the ground facilities it has been reported .

The Wild Elephants had entered the Cricket Ground by breaking the fence and attacked and damaged the defense fence of the spectators pavilion . They have broken few coconut treas nearby as well according to reports.

The Mother Who Attempted To Commit Suicide After Throwing Her Son Into The Kelaniya River Had Been Remanded

Mahara Acting Magistrate has today (30) remanded
the mother who had thrown her six year old child to the Kelaniya River and attempted to commit suicide by jumping into the river yesterday (29)afternoon, until 02 nd of May over murder charges.

The body of the child was recovered this morning (30).

The accused  mother who is a resident of Weliveriya area reported as dashed the head of his son on a railing of the Kaduwela Bridge after he refused to jumping into the river .

Afterwards the mother had thrown her son into the river and she too jumped into it according to the Police.

However the residents of the area have rescued the mother and later she was arrested by the Biyagama Police .

The accused has told the Police that she had attempted to commit suicide with her child as it's difficult to raise the child.

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