Saturday, November 18, 2017

Fighting Salt And Sugar With Spicy Foods

QUOTES FOR LIFE





Foreign-Thousands Take To Streets In Harare In Protests Against President Robert Mugabe


http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-11-18/robert-
mugabe-protesters-take-to-streets-of-harare/9165332

A Person Arrested With More Than 10 Kilos Of Kerala Cannabis

Vavuniya Police had yesterday (17)arrested a 23 year
old person with 10 Kilos and 23 Grammes of Kerala Cannabis in his possession at Vavuniya city.

The stock of Kerala Cannabis concealed in the bag of the suspect who is a resident of Kodikamam area according to the Police.

The estimated value of the stock of Cannabis taken into custody is nearly Rs.2 million it has been revealed.

A Motorcyclist Was Killed And Another Injured Due To A Road Accident

A Motorcyclist was killed and another person had
been injured and hospitalized after a Motorcycle lost control and collided with a Lorry parked a side of the road in Lollegoda at Mawanella-Aranayake road yesterday (17).

The critically injured 25 year old Motorcyclist and another person had been admitted to the Mawanella Hospital where the Motorcyclist had succumbed to his injuries.

The deceased had been identified as a resident of Ussapitiya area.

Police Imposed A 12 Hour Curfew In Several Areas Of Galle

Police had imposed a Police curfew in seven areas of
Galle District from 6 p.m today (18)to 6 a.m on tomorrow (19)to restore law and order in these areas following yesterday's violent activities according to the Police Media Spokesman SP Ruwan Gunasekare.

Accordingly the Police curfew has been imposed in Ginthota West,Ginthota East,Mahahapugala,Rukwatte,
Piyadigama and walipitimodara areas.

Police curfew had imposed in several areas of Galle from 9 p.m yesterday (17)to 9 a.m today (18) due to the violent activities in Ginthota.Five persons  have been injured and admitted to the karapitiya Teaching Hospital due to the violence.

Meanwhile acting Galle Magistrate has today (18)remanded the 19 suspects arrested over the attacking shops and houses in Ginthota until 30th of November after being produced them before the court.

Harry Dunn Biker Death : Riders Remember Crash Victim

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england- northamptonshire-50450667