Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Two Youth Were Killed After Falling Down In To The Bolgoda Lake From A Boat

Two youth were drowned and killed after falling down
in to the Bolgoda Lake while rowing Boats on the Lake at Dalgada area yesterday (28).

Two other youth who were also fallen in to the lake while rowing the Boat  had managed to save their lives according to Bandaragama Police.

The deceased youth had been identified as residents of Atulugama,Bandaragama(Kalutara District).

President Sirisena And Delegation Arrived In South Korea

President Maithripala Sirisena and his 17 member Sri
Lankan delegation had arrived in the South Korean Capital Seoul yesterday (28)by begining a three day official visit there.

During the visit President Sirisena is due to hold bi lateral talks with South Korean leaders including President Moon Jae Inn and sign several agreements with South Korea.

Joint Opposition Group Demands Sri Lanka Freedom Party To Quit From The Government If The Party Wants To Contest Local Government Elections Jointly With Them

The Joint Opposition Group lead by former President
Mahinda Rajapakshe demanding the Sri Lanka Freedo m Party(SLFP)to quit from the government after voting against the Budget and defeating it ,if the Party wants the Joint Opposition to contest the forthcoming Local Government Elections jointly with SLFP spokesman of the Joint Opposition Group MP Gamini Lokuge has stated.

'If the SLFP Parliamentary Group  fails to quit from the government the Joint Opposition Group will contest the Election under the "Pohottuwa"(Flower Bud)symbol "he has stated.

SLFP Parliamentary Group which  allied with the United National Party (UNP) led government should have  vote against the government on 09th of December during the voting of second reading of the Budget and proved that they are willing to contest jointly with the Joint Opposition Group in the forthcoming Elections MP Lokuge has stressed.

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An Attempt Made By Two Persons To Rob A Foreign Money Exchange Center Was Foiled

An attempt made by two persons to steal money of a
Foreign Money Exchange Center in Aluthgama area had foiled this noon (28)due to a shortcoming of their plan according to the Police.

The two suspects equipped with firearms arrived in the Foreign Money Exchange Center this noon by covering their faces from  full face helmets and attempted to steal the money by showing firearms.

Somehow their attempt was foiled and finally they shot at a wall of the Center and fled away from the area it has been reported.

The images of robbers appeared in the CCTV screen fixed in the center according to reports.

Police are seeking public support to arrest the robbers.

The Report Of The Inquiry Held Over Using Of School Children To Hold A Saree Fall Of A Bride Handed Over To The Attorney General

The report of an Inquiry conducted by the National

Child Protection Authority over using of around 250 school children to hold a fall of a Kandyan saree which claims as the world's longest saree fall during a wedding reception  held  in zwas handed over to the Attorney General's Department.


The Child Protection Authority is due to take an action against those who are responsible for the incident as per the instructions of Attorney General.


The Ministry of Education too had  requested a report over the incident as the school children were used to hold the saree fall during school hours in the morning of 21st of September.

Central Provincial Governor had conducted a seperate investigation over the incident.

Galle Face Road Was Closed Due To A Protest This Noon

Galle Face road was closed down from Presidential

Secretariat this noon (28)due to a protest march of disabled soldiers held towards the Secretariet .

Due to the closure of the Galle Face road a heavy traffic waa reported from the surrounding roads for hours this noon.Police had requested the Motorists to use an alternative routes to travel due to the situation.

DEVASTATING BUSHFIRES TO BE WORSEN IN AUSTRALIA

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