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A 18 Year Old School Girl Has Been Critically InJured Due To An Explosion

A 18 year old school girl was critically injured and
hospitalized due to an exploding of a foreign object inside her house at Maldenipura,Kekirawa today (02) .

The injured school girl who had received severe injuries to her legs and head was admitted to the Kekirawa Provincial Hospital and later transferred to Anuradhapura Teaching Hospital for further treatment.

The object which exploded was brought to the house by the father of the school girl it has been revealed.

Kekirawa Police are investigating on the incident.

Chief Suspects Of Central Bank Bond Scam Arjun Aloysius And Kasun Palisena Were Further Remanded

The imprisoned chief suspects of the Central Bank
Bond Scam Arjun Aloysius and Kasun Palisena of Perpetual Treasuries have been further remanded until 15th of March by the Colombo Fort Magistrate Today (02).

The two suspects were further remanded after being produced before the Colombo Fort Magistrate Lanka Jayaratne.

During the case hearing the lawyers of Perpetual Treasuries owner Arjuna  Aloysius had requested the Colombo Fort Magistrate to admit their client to Prison Hospital due to suffering from  a urine disorder and a skin disease.However the Magistrate has stated that she could not take such a decision under a circular issued by the Judicial Services Commission and Prisons Commissioner can take such a step.

The court had granted permission to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) to question both Aloysius and Palisena over the Central Bank Bond Scam from 05th to 15th of next month.

Meanwhile Deputy Solicitor General Haripriya Jayasundara had stated during the court p…

Colombo Municipal Council Commissioner Was Removed From His Post

Western Provincial Governor K.C Logeshwaren had

today (02)removed the Colombo Municipal Commissioner V.K Anura in view of conducting an impartial inquiry over the collapsing of a part of the Meethotamulle Garbage Dump last April.

The report of an inquiry conducted by a Presidential Commission over the collapsing of a part of Meethotamulle Garbage Dump was handed over to the President Maithripala Sirisena  and according to the recommendations of the report President's Secretary Austin Fernando has instructed the Western Provincial Governor K.C Logeshwaren to hold an inquiry over the incident it has been revealed.

To conduct the requisite inquiry Colombo Municipal Commissioner was removed from the Post the Governor Logeshwaren has stated.



Four Police Officers Were Arrested Over Keeping An Expensive "Conch Shell"(Valampuri)In Their Possession

Police have arrested four Police officers
including a Deputy Inspector and three Constables attached to the Hikkaduwa Police Over illegally keeping an expensive Conch Shell (Walampuri) in their possession today (02 ) at Hikkaduwa area.

The  arrest was made under the instructions of Assistant Superintendent of Police in Galle.

The suspected Police Officers had grabbed the "Conch Shell"which worth more than Rs.10 million from a group of persons who had planned to auction it at market in Hikkaduwa it has been revealed.

The suspected Police Officers have been handed over to Galle Police and they are due to be produced before the Galle Magistrate Court tomorrow(02).

Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe Who Had Participated "Invest In Sri Lanka" summit In Singapore Had Returned To Sri Lanka

The seven member delegation led by
Prime Minister Ranil Wikramasinghe who had participated the "Invest Sri Lanka"summit at "Four Seasons "Hotel in Singapore had returned to the   island today (02 ).The delegation left Singapore yesterday (02).

During the summit which was organized by the Colombo Stock Exchange ,Prime Minister had met with Singaporean Minister of Trade and Industry and held discussions over the ways that the both countries strengthening economic and trade ties under the newly signed Free Trade Agreement among two countries.

Singaporean investors who had partucipated the sunmit too shown their keen interest on investing in Sri LANKA it has been revealed.

An Electricity Worker Has Died Due To An Electrocution During A Repair Work At Top Of A Lamp Post

A 39 year old worker attached to an
Electrical Contract Institute has died on the spot due to an electrocution  while repairing an electricity line on the top of a lamp post at Sirikapura.Rathgama area today (02).

The deceased who was a resident of Thotagamuwa in Hikkaduwa has died due to an electrocution while repairing the electricity line along with a fellow worker it has been revealed.

The body of the deceased had sent to the Karapitiya Teaching Hospital for the post mortem.

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Around 1700 Non Born Infants Are Dying Annually In Sri Lanka

Around 1700 non born Infants are  dying in their Mother's womb annually and another 1550 infants are dying within first week after born in Sri Lanka mostly due to Birth Defects according to the Perinatal Society Of Sri Lanka.

Most of these infants are premature babies and cause for more than 35% of these deaths has not yet been identified the Perinatal Society has stressed.

According to it's past Chairman Dr.Kapila Jayaratne changing of Genes ,Environmental affects as well as diseases occurred during pregnancy have caused birth defects which is the main cause for most of these deaths. 

Addressing a Media Seminar held today(02) at the Health Promotions Bureau in Colombo,Dr.Jayaratne says that these infant deaths can be prevented through identifying the root of the diseases from a scientific mechanism.The seminar was held regarding the International Birth Defects day.



A Person Was Critically Injured Due To A Motorcycle-Three Wheeler-Tipper Collision

A 70 year old Motorcyclist was critically injured and hospitalized after the Motorcycle he was
riding in colliding with a Three Wheeler and run over by a Tipper Truck at Siddamulla area on Piliyandala-Kottawa road this morning(02).

The critically injured Motorcyclist who is a resident of Siddamulla area had admitted to a Private
Hospital in Piliyandala for treatment.

The Three Wheeler which caused the accident had fled away from the scene and Piliyandala Police have arrested the Tipper Truck driver over the accident.

A tense Situation Occurred In Kiri Vehera Premises Yesterday (01) After An Elephant Went On Rampage

A tense situations has occurred at Kiri Vehera premises in Kataragama last noon(01) after Elephant "Bhanu" attached to  the Abayaramaya  Temple in Kiri Vehera went on rampage while he was taking to a bath by the Mahout.

 The Elephant  ran within  the Temple Premises and caused tense situation among the devotees who were gathered at the Kiri Vehera that moment.

 The Mahaut had managed to control the Elephant after long struggle it has been revealed.However no one was injured and no damage was done to the Temple property due to the incident.

Army Officer Who Caused The Grenade Explosion In A Bus At Diyathalawa Was Arrested And Remanded

Police have arrested a  Sargent Major of  Sri Lanka Army who had brought the Hand Grenade which exploded in a Private Bus at Diyathalawa,Kahagolla recently while receiving treatment received due to the explosion at Diyathalawa Hospital today(02).

After producing before the Bandaeawela Magistrate Court he was remanded until 15th of March by the Magistrate.

Nineteen passengers including  Twelve Army and Air force personal were injured and Hospitalized due to the fire occurred in the bus follows by the Hand Grenade  explosion on 21st of February .The suspected Army personal had brought the Grenade from Jaffna and while attempting to put that inside a bag from his trouser pocket it exploded it has been revealed.

Army Commander Lineament General Mahesh Senanayake had appointed a Six member Committee comprising with senior Army Officers to conduct an inquiry over the incident. 

Diabetes Is Actually Five Separate Diseases, Research Suggests

Scientists say diabetes is five separate diseases, and treatment could be tailored to each form.Diabetes - or uncontrolled blood sugar levels - is normally split into type 1 and type 2.
But researchers in Sweden and Finland think the more complicated picture they have uncovered will usher in an era of personalized medicine for diabetes.

Experts said the study was a herald of the future of diabetes care but changes to treatment would not be immediate.Diabetes affects about one in 11 adults worldwide and increases the risk of heart attack, stroke, blindness, kidney failure and limb amputation.
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