Wednesday, October 25, 2017




Deputy Minister Ranjan Ramanayake Again Received A Notice To Re Appear Before Supreme Court

Deputy Minister of Social Empowerment and Welfare  Ranjan Ramanayake who had appeared before the
 supreme court over contempt of court charges today  (25)again received a notice to reappear  before the commission on 21th of November .

The petition which was filed against Deputy Minister Ramanayake on contempt of court charges by the General Secretary of the Sinhala Ravaya organization Magalkande Sudantha Thero and Retiered Airforce personal Sunil Perera was taken up before hearing today (25) before justices Anil Gunaratne and Buvaneka Aluvihare.

Deputy minister Ramanayake who appeared before the Supreme Court today informed the court that he didnt received the notice issued by Supreme Court on 12th of October.

A 44 Year Old Person Was Hospitalized After Around 50 Wasps Attacking Him

A 44 year old person has been critically injured and
admitted to the Meegahakivula Hospital this evening (25)due to around 50 wasps attacked him at his home garden in Meegahakivula ,Balagolla area.

The injured had been later transferred to the Badulle General Hospital for further treatment.

President Has Extended The Duration Of Bond Commission By Another Six weeks

President Maithripala Sirisena has taken steps to
extend the duration of the Special Presidential Commission Of Inquiry which investigating on the Central Bank bond scam by another six weeks according to the Secretary to the Commission Sumathipala Udugamasuriya.

The duration of the Bonds Commission which ended the colllecting of evidence regarding the bond scam recently due to end on 27th of October and President has extended the duration of the commission until 08th of December as per the request made by the Commission to do so to continue the investigations on bond scam.

Four Persons Including Former Chairman Of Litro Gas Company Shaleela Munasinghe Remanded Over Money Laundering From A Taiwan Bank Have Been Further Remanded

Four persons including the former Chairman of Litro
Gas company Shaleela Munasinghe who are in prison over involved in transferring of money belonging to Far Eastern International Bank in Taiwan into a personal bank account ,have been further remanded until 06th of November by the Colombo Fort Magistrate Lanka Jayaratne today (25).

The suspects have been further remanded after being produced before the Colombo Fort Magistrate Court.

The Magistrate has ordered the authorities  to hand over the full details of all the Bank accounts belonging to the suspects to Criminal Investigation Department (CID)as per the request made by the CID.

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A House Owner Had Been Arrested With 75 Foreign Liquor Bottlles At His House In Nainamadama

Image result for arrestedWennappuwa Police have today (25) arrested an owner of a house in Nainamadama,Wennappuwa with 75 Foreign made Liquor Bottles he kept in possession without a valid license .
Police have raided the House as per a search warrant issue by Marawila Court to search the house.
However during the investigations it has been revealed that the arrested House owner kept a collection of Foreign Liquor Bottles given to him by his relatives and friends since some time.

The value of the Liquor Bottles taken into custody by the Police during the raid is around Rs.1 million it has been revealed.

President Maithripala Sirisena Has Arrived In Qatar For A Two Day Official Visit

Image result for qatarPresident Maithripala Sirisena had arrived in Hamad International Airport in Doha,Qatar last night(24) for a two day official tour .

President had left Qatar yesterday from Colombo as per an invitation made by the Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and scheduled to hold bi lateral talks with the Emir and Prime Minister there.
President is also due to meet Business Community in Qatar this evening and to participate a get together to meet  Sri Lankan Community in Qatar.

Court Has Rejected The Request Made By Arjun Aloysius To Travel Abroad

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Colombo Fort Magistrate Lanka Jayaratne  has today(25) rejected the request made by the main suspect of   Central Bank Bond Scam and director of Perpetual Treasuries Arjun Aloysius to travel  to Singapore  .

Arjun Aloysius had made the foreign tour request through a motion submitted to the court by an Attorney At Law and the Colombo Fort Magistrate has rejected the motion   as He is the main suspect of the Central Bank Bond Scam and still not produced before the court as the suspect of the scam.

The court had imposed a travel ban on three other persons attached to the Perpetual Treasuries including it's  Chief Executive Officer   Kasun Palihena .