Friday, March 23, 2018

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President Sirisena Participated Pakistan's Republic Day Ceremony

President Maithripala Sirisena who
arrived in Pakistan for an official visit had participated the republican day celebrations of Pakistan today (23).

During the visit President Sirisena is due to hold bilateral talks with Pakistani Leaders  and also due to sign few agreements as well it has been reported.


Two Suspects Shot And Injured A Police Constable In Kataragama Surrendered To The Police

The two suspects shot and injured a
Police Constable attached to the Intelligence Division in Kataragama Police last Monday(19) were surrendered to the Kataragama Police today(23) through a lawyer.

Police have already taken in to custidy the locally made Galkatas firearm and Three Wheeler they have arrived in for the attack.The Police Constable was injured due to the gun shooting while on the way to work.

He is currently receiving treatment at Karapitiya Teaching Hospital and also undergone a surgery on his left hand which was severely wounded due to the gun shots.


Power Of The Two Muncipal.Councils Won By UNP Grabbed By SLPP

The power of the Negambo and Galle
Municipal councils won by governing United National Party during recently concluded Local government elections in February had grabbed by Sri Lanka Podujana Persmuna (Pohottuwa symbol) lead by former President Mahinda Rajapakshe today (23) with the help of Sri Lanka Freedom Party members of those councils.

During the secret votes held in these two councils the Mayor posts of Negambo and Galle Municiple Councils have won by Dayan Lansa and Priyantha Sahabandu respectively representing Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna.

Hearing Of A Case Filed Against Former Defense Secretary And Six Others Postponed Until July

Colombo Additional Magistrate has
today(23)postponed the case filed against seven suspects including former Defense Secretary Gotabaya Rajapakshe over misusing of state funds for renovation work of D
A.Rajapakshe monument and museum at Tangalle,Weeraketiya in Madamulana during previous regime,until 20th of july.

The case was postponed as the Appeals Court has issued a restrain order against arresting former Defense Secretary which valid until 26 th of March as per the appeal submited by the former Defense Secretary .


A Four Year Old Boy Was Killed After Colliding With A Motorcycle

A four year old boy was killed after
colliding with a Motorcycle on Hambanthota-Debarawewa road while running across the road yesterday(22).

The injured boy was admitted to the Tissamaharama Base Hospital at 7.30 a.m yesterday morning and until 11.30  a.m for four hours he didnt received any treatment as no doctor in the hospital have examined him during that period.

Later the boy has lost conciousness and transferred to Hambanthota Hospital where he had succumbed to his injuries.

The little biy had faced this incident after arriving in a private dispensary in denarawewa with his patents in a Motorcycle to receive treatment for fever.

He has died due to flowing of blood to lungs it has been revealed.

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Court Of Appeal Postponed The Consideration Of Revised Bail Applications Of Bond Scam Suspects

The Court Of Appeal has
today(23)postponed the consideration of the revised bail applications submitted by the imprisoned chief suspects of Central Bank Bond Scam Arjun Aloysius and Kasun Palisena until 29th of March.

Lawyers of the Central Bank  bond scam suspects had submitted the bail applications behalf of their clients and the bail applications were  due to be considered today by a two member  judge panel chaired by Court Of Appeal president Prathipadman Surasena.


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An Eighteen Year Old School Girl Was Elected To A Local Council For The First Time

First time in Sri Lankan political history
an eighteen year old school girl has been elected to a local council during  the Local government elections held in last february it has been revealed.

The School girl Chandi Subha Thennakoon who  is studying at the G.C.E Advanced Level class in science streem at Naththandiya Dammissara National Schoool has been elected to Naththandiya Pradeshiya Sabha(Coumcil) by contesting under the governing United National Party (UNP).

The notable incident was she had casted her maidan vote in her life for herself  during the election .The newly elected young female  candidate is now preparing to sit for the G.C.E Adbvanced Level examination.

A Person Was Arrested With A Large Stock Of Foreign Made Illegal Liquor Bottles In Possession

Police Anti Narcotic Bureau officials
have arrested a 44 year old person with 15.431 foreign made liquor bottles keeping illegally in  his possession at Kotahena area last evening(22).

The estimated value of the stock of Liquor Bottles taken in to custody in possession of the suspect is around Rs.50 million it has been revealed.

The suspect who is a resident of Colpetty area was later released on police bail and he is due to be produced before the Maligakande Magistrate Court on 28 th of March.

A 24 Year Old Was Drowned And Died And Another Went Missing While Bathing In Sea Area Of Hikkaduwa

A 24 year old youth was drowned and
died and another 18 year old  teanager  was drifted away by strong sea waves while bathing in sea area of Hikkaduwa this morning (23).

The 24 year old youth who was a resident of Katupolwatte area was rescued by the residents of the area while drifting away by strong sea waves and he has  died  after admission to Balapitiya Hospital.

Navy had launched a search operation to find out the missing teanager who is a resident of Galle area.

The two youth had faced this incident while bathing with a group of other youth during a cricket match played by them  at Hikkaduwa today.

A Former Female Principal Was Sentenced A Five Year Rigorous Imprisonment

Colombo High Court has today (23) sentenced a former
female Principal of Aluvihara Collage in Matale a  five year rigorous imprisonment over accepting Rs.150,000 as a bribe from a parents to admit a  child to grade one of the school.

The Principal was sentenced five year rigorous imprisonment over four indictment charges including accepting Rs.150,0Was Was00 bribe from a child's parents.

Bribery Commission's  officials had arrested the accused female Principal on 08th of February 2014 while accepting Rs.150,000 out of the Rs.200,000 requested from parents it has been revealed.

By delivering the verdict against the accused Teacher Colombo High Court Judge Gihan Kulathunge has imposed a fine of Rs.60,000 on the Principal  and ordered her to pay Rs.150,000 to the child's parents.