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SOME OF THE VESAK DECORATIONS IN COLOMBO/ BUDDHIST SONG

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A 46 Year Old Female Was Killed Due To A Van-Container Truck Collision On Southern Expressway

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A 46 year old female was killed and another two
persons were injured and hospitalized due to a Van-Container truck collision occurred in galanigama area on Southern expressway early this morning (14).

The  critically injured three passengers travelling in the Van including two females and the driver admitted to the Nagoda Hospital for treatment and one of the  females had succumbed to her injuries after admission.

The deceased had been identified as a resident of Kottawa area and the accident occurred after the driver of the van fallen a sleep during the driving it has been revealed.The Van was on the way to Matara from Kottawa when the Van collided with a containter truck travelling in front of the Van.

A Two Day Special Dengue Control Programme To Be Implemented In 12 Districts On 18th And 19th Of May

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The Dengue Control Unit of the Ministry Of Health has
decided implement another two day special Dengue Control Ptogramme in MOH Areas of 12 districts identified as high risk zones of breeding Dengue Mosquitoes on 18th and 19th of May.

A total number of 1800 teams comprising with health workers and tri force and Police personal are due to visit the high risk MOH areas  of 12 districts identified as Dengue Mosquito breeding places and destroying the Mosquito breeding places.

A legal action will be taken against the owners of premises identified as breeeding Dengue Mosquitoes.

Accotding to the statistics available around 44,623 Dengue patients have been reported from island during January upto now and majority of these patients reported from Colombo,Ratnapura ,Gampaha,Kalutara,Matara Batticaloa ,Trincomalee and Kurunagala districts.around  41.48 percent of these Dengue patients have been reported from Western Province.


A Sudden Fire Severely Damaged A House In Kirulapona

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A sudden fire erupted in a house at Lakshman
Place,Kirulapona (Colombo)last night (13) had exrensively damaged the house it has been revealed.

Police officers attached to Kirulapona Police and the fire brigade had doused the fire .

The cause for the fire not yet been revealed and the value of the damage not yet been assessed.

Kirulapona Police are investigating on the incident.

HEALTH TIP

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The common symptoms of blood cancers can include
Unexplained weight lossFatigueFeeling weak or breathlessEasily bruise or bleedEnlarged lymph nodesSwollen stomach or abdominal discomfortFrequent and repeated infectionsFever/night sweatsPain in bones/jointsItchy skinBone pain (ribs/back)If you or anybody you know is experiencing any or all of these symptoms, then we urge you to visit your GP who will refer you for further tests if they suspect you have a blood cancer. Know the symptoms – Think T.E.S.TOur symptoms cards are an easy way to remember the common symptoms of blood cancers. T – Tiredness and exhaustion E – Excessive sweating S – Sore bones and joints T – Terrible bruising and unusual bleeding KNOWING THE SYMPTOMS OF A BLOOD CANCER CAN HELP SAVE LIVES.

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Nepali President Bidhya Devi Bandari Arrived In Sri Lanka

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The President of Nepal Bidhya Devi Bandhari has arrived in Sri Lanka this morning(13) to attend the concluding ceremony of the United Nations Vesak Festival scheduled to be held in Kandy tomorrow(14).She is due to stay in Sri Lanka until the 16th of May.

The Nepali President had been welcomed at the Katunayake ,Bandaranaike International Airport by Ministers Thalatha Athukorale and Wijedasa Rajapakshe .

QUOTES FOR LIFE

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A Fire Erupted In A Rubber Factory In Maharagama Damaged Several Houses

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Two Young Female Motorcyclists Were Injured And Hospitalized Due To A Motorcycle-Jeep Collision

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Two young female motorcyclists were injured and hospitalized this morning(13) after their Motorcycle colliding with a jeep driven by another young female on Anuradhapura-Puttalam main road.

The injured ,one  critically admitted to the Anuradhapura Teaching Hospital  for treatment it has been reported.

CID Has Launched An Investigation On The Hand Bomb Throwing Incident Towards SLMC

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The Criminal Investigations Department(CID) Officials had launched an investigation on the Hand Bomb throwing incident towards the Sri Lanka Medical Council (SLMC)premises in Colombo today(13) as per the instructions of the Western Provincial Senior Deputy Inspector General Of Police(DIG) Nandana Munasinghe.

Accordingly CID Officials had visited the Sri Lanka Medical Council Office today and gathered   evidence on the incident it has been revealed.

As per the  preliminary investigations conducted on the incident  it has been revealed that the watcher of the Medical Council premises heard a sound of an object like a stone landed the premises but due to the dim lights prevailing at the time  he only searched on the incident this morning.

During the search the watcher had recovered the hand bomb and he has informed on the incident to Maradana Police it has been revealed.As per the instructions of  Maligakande Magistrate the Special Police Task Force Officers arrived in the scene and  defuse…

Center Against Private Medical Collage And GMOA Had Condemned The Hand Bomb Throwing Incident Towards Medical Council Premises

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The Center Against Private Medical Collage and the Government Medical Officers Association had today (13) severely condemned the throwing of a hand bomb to the Sri Lanka Medical Council premises in Colombo and requested the Police to nab the culprits and bring  them to justice with immediate effect.

The Center Against Private Medical Collage had also  requested the authorities to conduct an impartial and proper inquiry on the incident .It's an attack made against safeguarding quality of the Medical field the Center has stressed.

Meanwhile the Government Medical Officers Association has stated that the Central Committee of the Association will meet this Monday(15) to decide the  future course of action should be taken regarding this attack .

If the authorities fails  to arrest the culprits  who had thrown the hand bomb towards the Medical Council premises with immediate effect the executive committee of the Government Medical Officers Association will  meet this Monday (15) to discuss…