Thursday, December 14, 2017


Two Three Wheelers Collided Each Other In Dikoya

Two three wheelers had severely  damaged due to a
head on collision occurred at Dikoya,Wanaraja area on Hatton-Bagawanthalawa main road this noon (14).

All the passangers travelling in two Three wheelers escape unharmed it has been revealed.

The collision occurred between a high speed Three Wheeler travelling from Hatton to Norton,Lakshapana area and another Three Wheeler travelling from Norwood to Hatton area.

Police have arrested the driver of the High speed Three Wheeler regarding the incident.

A Landslide Occurred In A Mountain At Bulathsinghale Area

Around 16 families were removed from their houses
due to a landslide  occurred in mountain near the Halwatura temple in Bulathsinghale area today (14).

The Landslide was occurred in a 50 meter area of   upper part of the Mountain and the removed families lived in lower part of the Mountain it has been revealed.

Landslide Warnings Issued To Galle And Kalutara Districts-Heavy Showers To Continue

The National Building Research Organization (NBRO)
has today (14)issued landslide warnings to Galle and Kalutara Districts due to the heavy showers prevailing in several areas of those districts.

Accordingly Baddegama Divisional Secretariat of Galle District and Bulathsinghale,Agalawatte,Palinda
nuwara,Walallawita and Ingiriya Divisional Secretariats of Kalutara Divisional Secretariats have received landslide warnings .

At present over 100 mili meters of rain is being received to Baddegama,Agalawatte and Ingiriya areas and if the rain continues further people living in Landslide risk areas should vacate their houses and move to safe places NBRO has requested.

Heavy showers have received in several areas of Western province as well including Colombo both last evening (13) and this evening (14) which resulted in submerged roads causing severe difficultiea to the public.

According to the Met department heavy thunder showers   assisted with winds  will be occurred in Western and Sabaragamuwa provinces and Galle and Matara Districts during next 24 hours.

Government To Import 100,000 Metric Tonnes Of Rice Per Month Until Next April

Government has decided to import 100,000 metric
tonnes of Rice per month until Next April to avoid any Rice shortage in the country it has been announced today (14).

This decision has been taken during the meeting of Cabinet Sub Committee On Economic Management chaired by Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe.

The Sub Committee has also decided to extend the duration of Rs.1.25 special tariff imposed per a Kilo Gramme of Rice until 31st of March next year and to allow any Private Institution to import rice to Sri Lanka in view of avoiding any rice shortage in the country until next April.

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President Had Given Permission To Import Coconut Meat From India

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To control the rising prices of the Coconuts in the local Market ,President Maithripala Sirisena had given a permission to the Coconut Cultivation Board to import Coconut Meat according to the Board.

Coconut Cultivation Board has decided to give an opportunity to the Private sector to import Coconut Meat from India it has been revealed.

At present in some food cities and open markets the price of a Coconut is around Rs.100 although government had fixed a price as Rs.75 per Coconut.

A Person Was Arrested With 50 Illegal Cigarette Packs

Related imageThe special Police Task Force Personal in Kurunagala have arrested a suspect with around 50 Cigarette Packets contains 1000 Illegal Cigarette Sticks at Kurunagala area.

The suspect and the Cigarette Packs had been handed over to the Kurunagala Police for further investigations.

CID Had Begun An Investigations To Arrest An Engineer And A Monk Over The Killing Of Tusker "Dalaputtuwa"

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The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) had begun an investigations to arrest an executive Engineer and a Chief Incumbent of a Temple regarding the shot and killing of  the Tusker "Galgamuwe Dalaputtuwa".

 Nine persons including three Rural Development Officers (Grama Seva Niladhari) have already arrested and remanded over the killing of the Tusker "Dalaputtuwa" and selling of his Tusks and during the questioning of first and second suspects the names of the Engineer and the Chief Incumbent had been revealed.

The Investigations on the shot and killing of the Tusker  handed over to the CID as per an order given by the Mahawa Additional Magistrate and District Judge Rasika Mallawaarachchi..

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A Person Was Arrested With More Than 07 Kilo Grammes Of Kerala Cannabis

Image result for arrestedThe officials attached to the Anti Fraud Unit of the Pettah Police have arrested a person with over 07 Kilo Grammes of Kerala Cannabis in his possession at a house in Keselwatte,Colombo this morning(14).

The estimated value of the stock of Kerala Cannabis taken into custody  in possession of the suspect is around Rs.01 million it has been revealed.

The suspect was arrested when he came out of the house with a parcel contains Kerala Cannabis in his hands.

Australian Authorities Had Arrested And Expelled 29 Sri Lankans Over Illegally Attempting To Enter Australia

Image result for katunayake airportAustralian Authorities had arrested and expelled around 29 Sri Lankans over attempting to enter Australia illegally after their Boat  Journey from Sri Lanka it has been reported.

The group of expelled Sri Lankans who are residents of Hambanthota,Tangalle,Matara and Hakmana areas arrived in Katunayake ,Bandaranaike International Airport today(14).

The Group  who were left  from Sri Lanka on 17th of November had been arrested at Learmonth coastal area  yesterday(13) by the Australian Security forces.

Lotus Road In Colombo Has Been Closed Due To A Protest March

Image result for lotus road colomboLotus Road In Colombo has been temporarily closed down this noon(14) due to a protest march conducted by a State Bank Employees over several service demands it has been reported.

The group of Bank Employees had begun their protest march in front of the Inland Revenue Department  Building currently at World Trade Center Building according to reports.The protest March is being held by demanding solutions for several demands including avoid privatizing  state banks .

Due to the protest march a severe traffic congestion has been reported from Lake House roundabout in Colombo Fort.