Thursday, July 20, 2017


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Sad to see the way  some accepted the comments given by those who were never be with them earlier.That is a very bad example indeed.Also never promote videos with liquor/smoking  in social media . Someone will get addicted to it. 

The bad example is trying to take an advantage of the situation when someone close to u  keep silent over ur mistakes.Do not fall into a such a position at all.If we cannot learn something from our own mistakes the future of such people will be dark.It's a waste of time reading some of the quotes published here if one will  never learn from past mistakes.

Sugar Container Contained Haul Of Cocaine Was Located In The Colombo Harbour Around Nine Months

The sugar container imported from Brazil which
contained a haul of Cocaine was located in Colombo Harbour around  nine months according to the Sugar Importers Association.

A large number of Sugar containers imported from Brazil around 80 are still there in Colombo harbour uncleared the Association has stated.

According to the Sugar Importers Association since last October sugar importation has  stopped and the Sugar  container which included a haul of Cocaine was imported long before that .

Meanwhile police have only arrested seven suspects involved in  transporting the container from Colombo Harbour to Ratmalana Economic Center and stil not able to arrest anyone related to the smuggling the haul of Cocaine into the country through the container .


Scientific Research Needs To Be Done To Find Out The Effectiveness Of Papaya Leaf Extract To Treat Dengue-Health Minister

A scientific research needs to be done to find out
whether the extract taken from Papaya leaf suitable to treat Dengue according to the Health Minister Dr.Rajitha Senaratne.

 "Some Indigenous Doctors here have stated that the extract taken from Papaya leaf good for treating Dengue.However the western Dengue specialist doctors not accepted the treatment.India as well as Australia made drugs through Papaya leaf extract .Therefore there's a need to done research on this to prove the effectiveness of Papaya leaf extract to treat Dengue "Health Minister has stressed during a function of State Ayurveda Drug Corporation held at the Health Ministry auditorium this evening (20).

A Tense Situation Occurred In Front Of OPA Building After A Civil Uniform Officers Attempting To Arrest A Medical Student Leader

A tense situation had  occurred in front of the OPA
Center building in Colombo this evening (20) when a group of civil officers attempted to arrest the convener of the Medical Faculty Students Action committee Ryan Jayathilake.

The officers had attempted to arrest the convener after he came out of the OPA Center building following a discussion held on SAITM issue  by the Anti SAITM Force with the  participation of  Government Medical Officers Assosiation (GMOA) and other political and student groups .

As the officers in civil uniforms attempted to arrest Ryan Jayathilake outside the OPA Building  ,a group of medical and other students and politicians requested them to show the court order for arrest.However afterwards the group of officers got into a white van and left the place.

Senior DIG Arrested And Remanded Over Helping The Chief Suspect Of Jaffna School Girl Vidya's Rape And Murder Case To Be Interdicted

National Police Commission has today (20)given an
approval to interdict  the service of Senior Deputy Inspector General Police (DIG)who is in charge of Central province Lalith Jayasinghe who was arrested and remanded over allowing the main suspect of the rape and murder of Jaffna school girl "Vidya", Swiss Kumar to escape from custody.

The police commission  has given the approval to a letter submitted  by the  Inspector General Of Police Pujith Jayasundare requsting the approval to  interdict the Senior DIG Jayasinghe from service with effect from tomorrow (21) .

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Seven Persons Arrested Over Recovering A Haul Of Cocaine Inside A Sugar Container

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Seven persons have been arrested over the importation of Cocaine illegally inside a Sugar Container to Sri Lanka from Brazil according to the Police Media Spokesman Ruwan Gunasekare.

Container Driver is among the seven suspects that have arrested regarding the incident he has stated.

The total weight of the haul of Cocaine recovered inside the Sugar Container yesterday (19) is 218 Kilo Grammes and 600 grammes and it worth around Rs.320 million the Police Media spokesman has raveled.

The haul of Cocaine has been recovered hidden inside a Sugar Container imported to Sri Lanka by the government owned CWE through a private company.

Hambanthota High Court Has Sentenced A Person 14 Year Rigorous Imprisonment Over Sexually Molesting A Boy

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Hambanthota High Court Judge has today(20)sentenced a person 14 years of rigorous imprisonment over sexually molesting a 10 year old boy on 01st of February 2014 at Lunugamwehera area.

By announcing the Prison sentence the Hambanthota High Court judge Ajith M Gamasinghe has also ordered the 39 year old accused to pay a fine of Rs.5000 and a compensation of Rs.50,000 to the victimized boy .If the accused not been able to pay the fine he should have served an extra light six month imprisonment and not been able to pay the compensation an additional light 12 month imprisonment according to the judgement .

Kandy Teaching Hospital To Be Named As The Second National Hospital In Sri Lanka

Related imageKandy Teaching Hospital will be named as the Sri Lanka's second National Hospital besides  Colombo National Hospital after the development work of the hospital concludes according to the Minister Of Health Dr.Rajitha Senaratne .

The naming of the Kandy Teaching Hospital as the second National Hospital will be done during  next year Minister has stated.

A Large Land Area in Nilgala Forest Had Been Destroyed Due To A Fire

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A large land area more than 10 acres belonging to the Nilgala forest reserve in Madagama,Monaragala had been destroyed due to a sudden fire it has been reported.

The  fire is still spreading in the forest reserve and residents of the area have managed to control the fire sources have said.

Visiting Australian Foreign Minister Pledged To Spend Rs.118 Million To Introduce New Anti Dengue Bacteria To Sri Lanka

Image result for wolbachiaVisiting Australian Foreign Minister Julia Bishop has stated today(20) that the Australian government due to spend Rs.118 million to introduce the latest Dengue control method "Wolbachia" Australian Bacteria to Sri Lanka .

The Monash University in Australia in collaboration with the Ministry Of Health in Sri Lanka due to introduce the Bacteria as a Dengue control method here after successful trials ,Australian Foreign Minister has stressed during her meeting with President Maithripala Sirisena today(20)at President's House in Colombo .

The Bacteria which dismantle the Dengue Mosquito successfully tested in Australia and countries like Brazil,India,Vietnam ,Colombia,and Indonesia as well she has stated.

Australian Government is due to provide Rs.58 million through World Health Organization to Sri Lanka as an assistance to the Dengue Control Programmes conducted by the government Australian Minister has further stated.

Drinking Non-Cow Milk Linked To Shorter Kids, Study Suggests

(CNN)Children who drink dairy alternatives like soy, almond or rice milks are slightly shorter than their peers who drink cow's milk, according to a new study.
Image result for SOY MILKThe study, published Wednesday in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that each daily cup of non-cow's milk consumed was associated with 0.4 centimeters (0.15 inches) lower height than average for a child's age. 
"We found that children who are consuming non-cow's milk like rice, almond and soy milk tended to be a little bit shorter than children who consumed cow's milk," said Dr. Jonathon Maguire, the study's lead author and a pediatrician and researchers at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto. "For example, a 3-year-old child consuming three cups of non-cow's milk relative to cow's milk was on average 1.5 centimeters shorter."
That's over half an inch difference, which Maguire said is "not a tiny difference when you're 3 years old."
The study was a cross-section involving 5,034 healthy Canadian children ranging in age from 2 to 6 years old. The subjects were on average 38 months of age, with 51% being male, and were recruited from nine family and pediatric health-care practices from December 2008 to September 2015.
Of those participating, about 5% drank exclusively non-cow's milks, and about 84% drank only cow's milk; about 8% drank both and about 3% drank neither.
Maguire said the most surprising finding was "that the amount children were shorter depended on how much they were consuming."
"It's not like if you're not consuming cow's milk, you're a little shorter," he said. "It's more like if you are consuming non-cow's milk, with each cup that a child consumes, that child on average appears to be a little bit smaller, a little shorter. That's a bit surprising."
Does it matter if a kid is half an inch shorter at the age of 3? Does it correlate to height in adulthood?
"That's one remaining question. We don't know if the kids consuming non-cow's milk, maybe they catch up over time, or maybe they don't. Time's going to have to tell," he said. "We do know in general as pediatricians that children who are on a certain percentile line in terms of height tend to stay on that line for the rest of their childhood and into adulthood."
The findings are sure to add fire to the ongoing debate about the benefits of cow's milk versus dairy alternatives.
Amy Joy Lanou, a professor of health and wellness at the University of North Carolina-Asheville who was not involved in the research, said she had several issues with the study, most notably why only milk consumption was considered.
"It's just odd to me why we wouldn't be looking at the overall diets of the children," Lanou said. "If they're making the claim that it's because it's the difference in the types of milk the kids are drinking, well, what else are they eating?"
Lanou, whose research has led her to believe that cow's milk is "not a necessary food," said she believes the study makes an improper leap by implying that taller means healthier.
"Taller children and heavier children are not necessarily healthier adults, or even healthier children," she said. "I think they're using height as a marker for health, and I'm not sure that's appropriate."
Connie Weaver, a professor of nutrition science at Purdue University who was also not involved in the study, said she found it interesting.
"This is the first study that I recall directly comparing cow milk with plant-based beverages for a physiological benefit," she wrote in an email. "We know that some of the plant beverages, almond especially, have lower protein contents so I have speculated that calcium absorption may be lower. This would suggest that cow's milk is superior."
However, she says, "A wrong message would be if people who do not consume cow's milk would decide to avoid the plant-based milks also."
The study suggests that one reason for the difference in height might be that plant-based milks do not stimulate insulin-like growth factor, or IGF, production as well as cow's milk does. Studies have found that adults with higher levels of certain IGFs have increased risks of reproductive cancers.
"Having less IGF may compromise height but that may lower risk of fracture -- and some cancers, too," Weaver said.
Overall, she would advise parents that "cow's milk may be the best option, but plant-based beverages provide many needed nutrients like protein, calcium, magnesium, potassium," which is far better than what most kids might prefer to drink.

Lanou would tell parents who are already giving plant-based milks to their children not to worry -- but to make sure their kids are getting enough protein from other sources throughout the day.
Maguire said he'd like to see soy, almond and rice milks more tightly regulated to bring the industry, in line with cow's milk.
"As a consumer and as a parent, you have to be pretty savvy when going to the grocery store to choose a non-cow's milk beverage that has similar nutritional value as cow's milk," he said. "Many of those beverages are marketed as being equivalent to cow's milk when they're not."

79 Corona Positives Had Been Discharged From Hospitals Today (02)

A total of 79 Corona positives had been discharged today (02) from Hospitals after full recovery it has been reported . Accordingly th...