Wednesday, December 20, 2017

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There Is A Link Between Sri Lankan Tea Ban Imposed By Russia And Lifting The Ban Of Using Asbestos-Minister Navin Dissanayake

There is a link between the lifting of the  ban 
temporarily which scheduled to be imposed on using of Asbestos Sheets with effect from 01st of January 2018 and the Tea ban imposed on Sri Lanka by Russia according to an unofficial reports the Minister of Plantations Navin Dissanayake has stated today (20).

Russia is the main buyer of Sri Lankan Tea and Sri Lanka imports Asbestos raw materials mainly from Russia the Minister has stated during a Cabinet press briefing held in Colombo today.

However a team lead by Minister of Science, Technology and Research Susil Premjayantha due to leave Russia shortly to inspect the hygiene of the white Asbestos products in Russia he has stressed.

Cabinet Approved A Proposal On Amending The Fauna And Flora Protection Ordinance

Cabinet has approved a proposal on  amending  the
Fauna and Flora Protection Ordinance as  enable to impose a life time imprisonment to a person who found guilty over the killing of a Wild Elephant in Sri Lankan  court .

Cabinet has approved a proposal submitted to the Cabinet in this regard by the Minister of Wild Life Gamini Jayawikrama Perera according to the Cabinet co-Spokesman Health Minister Dr.Rajitha Senaratne.

Due to the Ele Prphant -Human conflict around 240 Wild Elephants have been killed annually according to the Cabinet co spokesman.

A Motorcyclist Was killed Due To A Motorcycle-Van Collision

A 42 year old Motorcyclist was killed after the Motorcycle he was riding colliding with a Van
belonging to the Sri Lanka Air Force near the Hatharaskotuwa Junction on Habarana-Trincomalee main road today (20).

The critically injured Motorcyclist who was a resident of Trincomalee area had succumbed to his injuries before admission to Hospital.

Habarana Police have arrested the Van driver regarding the accident.


Education Minister Should Do Justice For The O/L Students Sat For The Maths Paper-Some Questions Are Hard To Answer Even For The Teachers -MP Bandula Gunawardane

As some parts of the Mathamatics paper of this years
G.C.E Oridinary Level Examination are hard to answer even for the School Teachers,Education Minister should do justice for the Candidates who sat for the Mathamatics paper according to the Joint Oppositiin MP Bandula Gunawardane.

The Education Authorities should have intervened to solve problems arisen regarding the Mathamatics paper this year he has stressed during a Media Briefing held in Colombo today (20).

A student who sat for the Mathamatics paper of this years G.C.E Ordinary Level examination had committed suicide as he was not able to answer the Paper properly it has been reported yesterday (19).

Scientists create an AI robot CAT that helps keep the elderly company and reminds them to take their medication


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A Female Was Arrested With A Haul Of Heroin In Her Possession

Image result for arrestedPolice Officers attached to the Wellawatte District Anti Fraud Unit have arrested a 39 year old female with 40 Grammes and 360 Mili Grammes of Heroin in her possession at a house in  Sedawatte area .

The suspected female is due to produce before the Maligakande Magistrate Court .

Cabinet Has Decided To Remove The Ban On White Asbestos Sheets-Blue Asbestos Sheets To Be Banned As Planned

Image result for white asbestosCabinet has decided to remove the ban due to be imposed on using of White Asbestos Sheets in Government Institutions with effect from 01st of January 2018.

However the Ban scheduled to be imposed on using of Blue Asbestos Sheets with effect from the same date, will be imposed as planned the Government has announced.

Earlier President Maithripala Sirisena had announced that the importing of raw materials to manufacture the Asbestos Sheets will be banned with effect from 01st of January 2018 and the using of Asbestos Sheets will be completely banned with effect from 2020.

Two Persons Were Killed Due To Wild Elephant Attacks

Two persons were killed in Galgamuwa and Giriulla areas last night (19) and this morning (20) due to Wild Elephant attacks it has been reported.
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Accordingly a 53 year old person resided in Ihalakonwewa area in Galgamuwa was killed by a Wild Elephant while attempting to chased away the Elephant who had arrived near his house last night it has been revealed.

In another incident a 68 year old person was killed due to a Wild Elephant attack this morning while he was on the way to Polonnaruwa Hospital at Giriulla area .

Three Sluice Gates Of The Upper Kothmale Reservoir Opened Due To Heavy Showers

Image result for upper kotmale reservoirThree sluice gates of Upper Kothmale Reservoir had been opened since this morning (20) due to the rising water levels of the reservoir as a result of the heavy showers prevails in Central Hill areas .

The Meteorology Department has announced that due to the North Eastern monsoon rainy season ,heavy showers with strong winds will be experienced in most parts  of the Island these days.

Due to the strong winds expected in sea areas  ,Both the Fisheries community and the Navy personal have been alerted to avoid going to sea these days.


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Another 254 Sri Lankans Stranded In England Had Been Brought Back To Sri Lanka Today ?10)

A special Sri Lankan Airlines flight carrying 254 Sri Lankans stranded at England due to the Corona pandemic had touched down Katunayake...