Monday, June 5, 2017

GOLDEN MELODIES


Foreign-Latest Updates On Qatar Diplomatic Crisis


http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/06/qatar-
diplomatic-crisis-latest-updates-170605105550769.html

No Harm To The Sri Lankans In Qatar-Ambassador A.S.P Liyanage

No harm to the Sri Lankans living in Qatar due to the
decision taken by six Arab countries to cut off ties with the country according to the Sri Lankan Ambassador to Qatar A.S.P Liyanage.

Meanwhile state and Private banks in Katunayake International Airport denying to accept the official currency of Qatar ,Qatari Riyal after the decision taken by six Arab countries against Qatar it has been reported.

A Special Parliamentary Debate On Adverse Weather Conditions Scheduled On This Friday

Government has decided to allocate this Friday (09)
for a special Parliamenrary debate on the Adverse Weather conditions prevailing in the country.

Earlier the opposition had requested a special Parliamentary debate on the Adverse Weather Conditions.

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More Than 804,000 Have Been Displaced And Affected Due To Adverse Weather

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More Than 804,000 persons have been displaced and affected due to the Adverse Weather conditions prevailed in the country since last week according to the Disaster Management Center.

Around 683,000 persons who have been affected and displaced due to the floods and landslides still in makeshift camps the Center has stated.

The Adverse Weather  have been affected to 15 districts and out of it 08 districts suffered the most it has been reported.

The water levels of majority of the submerged areas now receded and few places still under few feet  of water due to unauthorized constructions it has been revealed.

Meanwhile Minister Susul Premjayantha has taken the law into his hands last Saturday to remove a bridge which is an unauthorized construction lead to a company in Kaduwela as the residents of the area have complained that due to the bridge water level in the area  not receding .

Health Ministry Denied The GMOA' s Accusation On Dengue Drug "Dextran-40" Is Out Of Sttock

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Ministry Of Health and National Dengue Control Unit have today(05) denied the accusations made by Government Medical Officers Association(GMOA) that "Dextran-40" drug prescribed for Dengue Patients is out of stock in Government Hospitals and the Government Doctors denying prescription of the the drug imported from India.

"Dextran-40" drug only imported to Sri Lanka from Thailand and the drug is available in all the government hospitals in the country at present Health Ministry has stated.

Another stock of the drug is due to arrive from Thailand tomorrow(06) the Ministry has stressed.

Meanwhile Health Minister Dr.Rajitha Senaratne has also denied the false accusations made by the Doctors Union over "Dextran-40" drug and stated that he is suspicious whether the doctors who spreads false rumors regarding the drug are really doctors.

Around 51 Students Have Died Due To Adverse Weather -Ministry Of Education

Image result for school children affected due to adverse weather sri lankaAround 51 students have died and 54,000 affected and displaced due to the recent floods and landslides occurred mainly in eight districts according to the Ministry Of Education.

There are programmes launched by the authorities as well as other organizations to purchase school items including test books,bags,uniforms for the school children who lost them.

Although the schools closed due to the adverse weather last week re opened  today(05) attendance of students was low the Ministry has stated.

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President Srisena Has Requested The Kalutara District Secretary To Submit A Report On Pahiyangala Mountain

Image result for pahiyangala landslidePresident Maithripala Sirisena has today(05) instructed the Kalutara District Secretary to submit him a report on the landslide occurred in Pahiyangala Mountain as soon as possible.

President has made the request during his visit to Pahiyangala,Yatagampitiya,Nagahadola and Bulathsinghale areas today(05 ).

Closed Schools In Sabaragamuwa ,Western And Southern Provinces Have Reopned

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Although the schools in Sabaragamuwa,Western and Southern Provinces have reopened for studies today (05) a week after closing them down due to the adverse weather conditions , the attendance of students has dropped as most students in the closed schools lost their houses it has been revealed  .

All the closed schools in the three provinces except the schools used as displaced camps have reopened today.

Around 30 schools in Matara District have submerged due to floods occurred last week it has been reported.

A Pedestrian Was Killed After Colliding With A Motorcycle

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A pedestrian was killed last night(04)in Vivekanande Junction at Wellawatte area after colliding with a Motorcycle traveling towards Bambalapitiya.

The critically injured 69 year old Pedestrian had succumbed to his injuries after admission to Colombo South Teaching Hospital(Kalubowila) .

Around 35 Buddhist Monks Evacuated From Pahiyangala Cave Temple Due To Landslide Threat

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Around 35 Buddhist Monks have been evacuated for the landslide prone Pahiyangala Cave Temple in Bulathsinghale ,Kalutara last Saturday(03) as per the landslide warning issued by the National Building Research Organization it has been reported.

The Evacuated Buddhist Monks have been moved to another temple in the area for safety .

After the landslide occurred in Pahiyangala Mountain the Nagahadola river was blocked and it cased floods in the area.

Meanwhile the National Building Research Organization has extended the landslide warnings issued to seven districts for another 24 hours.

Foreign-Six Countries Cut Links With Qatar

Common drug could prevent thousands of head injury deaths

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/oct/14/common-drug-could-prevent-thousands-of-head-injury-deaths