Wednesday, January 31, 2018

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USA Gymnastic Doctor Abused 265 Girls


A 27 Year Old Youth Was Sentenced To Death Over A Killing Of Another Youth

A 27 year old youth was sentenced to death by the
Vavuniya High Court judge yesterday (30)after found guilty over the killing of a 25 year old youth on 17th of December 2011 at Maharambakulama ,Vavuniya.

The youth was killed during a brawl between two youth groups occurred in Maharambakulama area and Vavuniya Police have arrested three youth regarding the incident.

However the second and third suspects were later released on bail due to lack of evidence against them and the Vavuniya High Court Judge had sentenced the first suspect to death after he was found guilty over the incident.

The youth who was sentenced to death is a resident of Maharambakulama area.The court case was heard in Vavuniya High Court since 02nd of October 2017 as per the advise of Attorney General.

President Had Advised The Cabinet To Suspend The Importation Of Rice To The Country Temporarily

As the local paddy harvest is due to received  to the
market shortly ,President Maithripala Sirisena had advised the Cabinet to suspend the importing of Rice temporarily to provide concession to local Paddy Farmers.

President had advised on this during the yesterday' s Cabinet meeting and as a result discussing on a  proposal submitted to the Cabinet to import 100,000 metric tonnes of Rice to Sri Lanka has been postpined it has been revealed.

Families In Several Areas Of Ragala Evacuated From Houses Due To Landslide Threats

Due to the landslide risk around 20 familes living in
Ledalewatte in Ragala ,Nuwara Eliya have been evacuated from their houses and moved in to safe places according to the Police.

Accordingly 107 persons belonging to around 20 families have been evacuated from the area.

Around 41 families living in Ledeswatte, Senarathpura , Rukside and Halganoya areas have been also evacuated from their houses and moved in to Rukside Care Center and Halganoya Tamil Collage it has been revealed.

Due to the Rainy weather prevailing in landslide threats have been issued to several areas in Ragala by the authorities.

Youngest Son Of Queen Elizabeth ,Prince Edward Arrived In Sri Lanka

The youngest Son of the Queen Elizabeth the second
,Prince Edward who is the Earl of Wessex had arrived in Sri Lanka this noon (31)to attend the 70th Independance Day Celebrations in Sri Lanka scheduled to be held on 04th of February as the Chief Guest.

Prince Edward accompanied by seven member delegation including his wife Sophie Rhys Jones ,the Countess of Wessex had arrived in Katunayake, Bandaranaike International Airport around 12.30 p.m by Emirates flight from Dubai.

Prince Edward and the delegation are also  due to attend some charities during their stay in Sri Lanka and they will leave the country next monday (05).


Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Foreign-Six Passangers Including The Pilot Were Killed Due To A Sea Plane Crash In Australia

Super Blue Moon To Be Visible Today For The First Time Since 152 Years

After 152 years three Lunar events, A Blood Moon,A
Super Moon and Blue Moon will be visible to us during the Moon rise in the Eastern Horizon   after 6.15 p.m local time today (31)  the Nawam full moon poya day here  in Sri Lanka according to the Director of Astronomy and Space Science Unit of Colombo University Professor Chandana Jayaratne.

However due to this Super Blue Moon Lunar Eclipse due to occur first time after 1866 there will be no natural disasters such as Earthquakes, Cyclones,
Tsunamis etc ,Professor Jayaratne has stated.

In Sri Lanka there were two full moon poya days in the Month of January ,the first poya day was on 01st of January the day which the Super Moon was visible and the second poya day falls today which the Super Blue Moon due to be visible.

Due to today's Poya day there will be no Poya day falls in the month of February.

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A New Revelation On "Massage Centers In Sri Lanka

There are no real massage centers known as "SPA " s
operating in Sri Lanka at present-Only Brothal Houses maintaining as "SPA"s there - A Senior Ayurveda Physician.

More details later.

Human Rights Commission Had Rejected To Accept Uva Chief Minister's Excuses To Not Appearing Before The Commission

The Human Rights Commission Of Sri Lanka has
yesterday (30)refused to accept the notice made by the Uva Provincial Chief Minister Chamara Sampath Dassanayake that he would not be able to appear before the Commission tomorrow (01)as requested to face the ongoing investigations  over his involvement in kneeling down the Principal of the Badulla Hindu Girls School due to election work.

As the summons issued to the Uva Provincial Chief Minister to appear before the Human Rights Commission in Colombo on 01st of February he should appear as scheduled and if the Chief Minister rejected or avoid appearing before the Commission as requested it will be an offense punishable by the Supreme Court  the Human Rights Commission had informed the Chief Minister Dassanayake.

The Uva Chief Minister had yesterday informed the Human Rights Commission that he would  not be able to appear before the Human Rights Commission tomorrow (01)due to a work he have to perform due to the visit of President Maithripala Sirisena to Mahiyanganaya tomorrow.

The Two Large Size Foot Prints Recovered Near "Sripada"rock Are Recently Made Ones-Department Of Archeology Reveals

The team of Archeologists attached to the Department
of Archeology who investigated over the rock which was recovered in Gardimore estate  near the historical "Sripada"rock recently with two large size foot prints printed on it ,had revealed that the foot prints were made recently and they do not have any Archelogical value.

According to the Director General of Archeology Professor P.B Mandawala these foot prints which are one and half feet long were made by someone recently.

However the estate workers who had recovered the rock with foot prints still worship them by stating that the foot prints belonging to their god Hanumantha.The workers even built huts near the rock and worship the foot prints by using safron water and lime it has been revealed.A large number of people from outststions too arriving in the area to witness the foot prints accordung to the reports.


A Seven Year Old Boy Has Died Unfortunatley After Consuming Too Much Of Kowakka Fruit For Hunger

A seven year old boy in Hettipola,Kuliyapitiya  has died after consuming a fruit known as "Kowakka"
due to hunger while his parents not at home on 27th of January according to reports.

After consuming many "Kowakka"fruits which use to control high blood preasure,diabetes and constpation in local medicine ,the boy had felt unconsciousness and  at the time residents of the area with the help of the police admitted the child to the Kuliyapitiya Hospital for treatment he was already dead it has been revealed.

According to the Post mortem report the boy died as a result of dropping his  blood suger level due to consuming too much of the Kowakka fruit.

The body of the deceased boy was destroyed by rats while keeping it in the mortury of the Kulitapitiya Hospital it has been revealed.

Heavy Showers To Be Expected In Most Parts Of The Country-Meteorology Department

Due to the disturbance developed in the atmosphere
around the island the Meteorology Department is expecting heavy showers in most parts of the country these  days.

An over 150 mili meter heavy showers with thunder and strong winds  are  being  expected in Uva,Sabaragamuwa and Central provinces and Ampara,Batticaloa and Polonnaruwa districts the Department has stated.

Around 100 mili meter showers are beinng expected in Western and Southern Provinces it has been announced.

A 40 kilo meters per hour strong winds can be expected time to time in Northern province and Hambanthota and Matara districts and Meteorologists warned the public in these areas to be vigilant over lightning .

Four Iranian Nationals Of A Same Family Were Arrested While Attempting To Fly To Austria With Fake Passports

Police have arrested four Iranian Nationals belonging
to a one family while attempting to fly illegally to Austria with fake passports carried fake visa signs today (30)at Katunayake ,Bandaranaike International Airport.

Accordingly a Mother,daughter,son and grand son belonging to a same family were arrested it has been revealed.

The suspects have arrived in Sri Lanka on 23rd of January by using tourist visas .Investigations are currently underway regarding the incident.

Upper Road Of Haputhale Was Temporarily Closed Down Due To Landslide Risk

Due to a landslide  risk  occurred in Kahagala area
between Bandarawela and Haputhale area on Colombo-Badulla main road,  the "Upper Road Of Haputhale"had temporarily  closed down today (30)according to the Disaster Management Center.

Police have advised the motorists to use Haputhale road between Bandarawela and Diyathalawa as an alternative route to travel due to this.



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Warnings Issued To Several Areas Around Mahaweli River To Be Vigilant As The Spill Gates Of Rantambe Reservoir Scheduled To Be Opened

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The Disaster Management Center has issued a warning this evening to the people living in low land areas around Mahaweli River to be vigilant as the spill gates of the Rantambe Reservoir are due to open within next few hours due to the rising water levels of the reservoir.

The warnings messages have been issued to the people living in Minipe,Mahiyanganaya ,Morayaya,Haslaka ,Handaganawa and Ambagahapalassa Rural Development Office areas and  Minipe and Mahiyanganaya Provincial Secretariat areas .

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An Italian Male And A German Female Were Arrested While Selling Ornament Jewellery With Tourist Visas

Image result for arrestedThe Officers attached to  Investigations Unit of the Immigration and Emigration Department had arrested an Italian Male and a German Female who arrived in Sri Lanka with Tourist Visas and involved in selling of Ornament Jewellery in Ella Tourism Zone at Badulle last evening(29).

According to the Initial inquiry carried out over the incident it has been revealed that the two Foreign Nationals had involved in selling of Ornament Jewelry in Ella area since years.

Immigration and Emigration Department Officials are due to expel the  two Tourists to their countries it has been reported.

Involving in Business activity  in Sri Lanka by the  Foreign Nationals who arrive in the country with Tourist Visas is banned .

A Youth Passanger Was Killed Due To A Road Accident

Image result for accidentA 24 year old youth was killed after the Three Wheeler he was traveling in veering off the road and toppled over at Imbulgoda area on Alawwa-Giriulla main road.

After the accident the critically  injured Youth passenger and the Three Wheeler Driver were admitted to the Alawwa Hospital and later the critically injured was transferred to the Kurunagala Teaching Hospital where the Passenger had succumbed to his injuries .

The deceased was identified as a resident of Walgama area in Matara according to the Police.

The accident was occurred due to the Three Wheeler Driver's inability to control the Three Wheeler after turning it to the left to give space for a Vehicle arrived in from opposite direction it has been revealed. 

Parliament To Convene A Special Session On 06th Of February To Debate On Two Commission Reports

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The Parliament will convene a special session on 06th of February to conduct the debate of Central Bank Bond Scam and Serious Fraud and Corruption Commission Reports the Speaker Karu Jayasuriya has announced today (30).

Earlier Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe had requested to convene a special session of Parliament on 08th of February after President Maithripala Sirisena had proposed to hold a special session of Parliament before the Local Government Elections to be held on 10th of February to debate on two Commission reports.All Party Leaders have earlier decided to hold the special Parliamentary Session to debate on Commission reports on 20th and 21st of February.

During today's All Party Leaders Conference held in Parliament under the patronage of Parliament Speaker Jayasuriya it was decided to convene the special session on 06th of February as per the recommendation of the chairman of the Elections Commission Mahinda Deshapriya.

It was decided not to convene the session on 08th of February as Prime Minister requested as the election related publicity programmes will be banned from 06th of February.

Accordingly Prime Minister Wikramasinghe has requested the Speaker to convene the special session to debate of the two commission reports on 06th of February it has been reported.


Monday, January 29, 2018

Ethiopeans Threatened By An Alien Weed Invasion


Colombo High Court Rejected A Request Made By Former President's Secretary Lalith Weerathunge To Go Abroad

The Colombo High Court Judge Gihan Kulathunge has
today (29)rejected a request made by former Presidential Secretary Lalith Weerathunge who is charged over misappropriation of state funds during last regime , to grant him petmission to go to Australia .

The former Presidential Secretary Weerathunge was released on bail after arrested and remanded over the charges leveled against him.

A German Female Student Was Critically Injured After Colliding With A Train

A German female University Student was critically
injured and hospitalized after colliding with a Train travelling from Colombo to Badulla near the Kithulalla Rail station while taking photographs of the area yesterday (28).

The injured female was admitted to the Badulla General Hospital and currently receiving treatme


Five Persons Were Arrested Over Illegally Excavating A Tressure

Police have arrested five persons who were illegally excavating a tressure at Alakolaella area in Koslanda last evening (28).

During the raid Police have also taken in to custody equipment in possession of the suspects which used to excavation work.

The suspects are residents of Koslanda and Wellawaya areas of the ages 20 to 25 years it has been revealed.

A 60 Year Old Person Was Killed After Colliding With A Train

A 60 year old person was killed after colliding with a
slow Train travelling from Colombo Fort to Awissawella near the Nugegoda Railway station last evening (28).

The Critically injured person had succumbed to his injuries on admission to the Kalubowila Teaching Hospital.

Uva Chief Minister To Appear Before Human Rights Commission Over Harassing A Female Principal

Human Rights Commission Of Sri
Lanka had today  (29)issued summons to Uva Provincial Chief Minister Chamara Sampath Dassanayake to appear before the Commission on 01st of February to give a statement regarding the charges leveled against him over kneeling down the Female Principal of Badulla Hindu Girls School .

The President of the Cayton Teachers Union Joseph Stalling has made a complaint over the incident to the Human Rights Commission.

The Uva Chief Minister Dassanayake has step down from his Education Ministerial Post over the incident and the Government has appointed Senthil Thondaman as the new Education Minister of the Uva Provincial Council

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Muthupanthiya Island In Puttalam Is Being Washed Away To The Sea

The fisheries village Muthupanthiya Island at
Arachchikattuwa-Puttalam area is currently being washed away to the sea according to reports.

The Muthupanthiya village which atracted by local and foreign tourists is located near the Ramsa wildlife park and eastern part of Hamilton Canal and main income of the  150 families living there is fishing.

The Island is being washed away to the sea since years,But the authorities had turned blind eye over the issue according to the residents. 

Two Persons Were Arrested While Transporting 120 Gold Biscuits Illegally To India

Sri Lanka Navy Personal have arrested two persons
while transporting 120 Gold Biscuits weighing 100 grammes each illegally to India through the sea route by a Dinghi Boat in Thalaimannar-Urumalai sea area last evening (28).

The total weight of the stock of  Gold Biscuits taken in to custody in possession of the suspects is around seven Kilo Grammes it has been revealed.

The two suspects along with the equipment  taken into custody were handed over to the Customs Office in Jaffna for future course of action according to the Navy.

Five Persons Injured Due To A Road Accident

Five persons including a Pregnant Mother and two
children were injured and hospitalized after the Three Wheeler they were travelling in falling down  in to a 35 foot deep precipice from a Bridge located across the Malwathuoya in Anuradhapura this morning (29).

The Three Wheeler was fallen in to the precipice  as a result of  Driver's inability to control the vehicle it has been revealed.

Twelve Indian Fishermen Were Arrested While Fishing In Sri Lankan Seas

Sri Lanka Navy have arrested 12 Indian Fishermen
while illegally fishing in Sri Lankan waters along with two trawler boats they have arrived in  on last Saturday (27) in North of Thalaimannar sea area .

The arrested Indian Fishermen and Trawler Boats were handed over to the Fisheries Director's office in Mannar for future course of action.


Italian Boy Escapes Brown Bear