Thursday, March 14, 2019



Police Commission Has Cancelled The Teansfer Of Colombo Crimes Division OIC

National Police Commission has
yesterday (14)ordered Inspector General of Police (IGP)to cancel the transfer order of OIC attached to Colombo Crimes Investigations Division Chief Police Inspector Neville de silva to Police headquarters .

Police Commission has made this order after considering the appeal submitted by Chief Police  Inspector Neville de silva regarding his transfer order made by IGP Without getting aporoval of the commission .

IGP has transferred the OIC Silva to the Police Headquarters to carryout normal duties there.

Police Commission has also cancelled the transfer order of OIC attached to Police Headquarters Chief police inspector G.V Janaka  who had been transferred to Colombo Crimes division to replace  OIC Neville De silva there .

A Fire Destroyed A Shop In Ayagama

A sudden fire had completely destroyed
a shop at Gamikkanda area in Ayagama ,Ratnapura last morning (14) along with a cab parked in front of the shop.

Police with the help of villagers in the area  had doused the fire before spreading it further .The cause of the fire has not yet been revealed.

Two Motorcyclists Killed Due To A Road Accident

Two 25 year old Motorcyclists had been
killed after the Motorcycle they were riding  in colliding with a rare part of a Van travelling in front of them and ran over by a bus on Chilaw-Colombo main road last morning (14).

The critically injured Motorcyclists had succumbed to their injuries before admission to Hospital .

The incident occurred when the Motorcycle attempted to overtake a Van in front and as a result Motorcycle had collided with the rare part of the van and toppled over the road.Then the Motorcyclists were run over by the Bus arrived from opposite direction it has been revealed.

The deceased were residents of Anamaduwa area.

Madampe police have arrested the Van and Bus drivers over the incident.



Galle Magistrate Jailed 14 Chinese Nationals Who Had Been Arrested Over illegally Staying Here For One Year

Galle Chief Magistrate Harshana
Kekunawala has yesterday (14) sentenced 14 Chinese Nationals arrested whilst working as helpers at a Building Construction site in  Dadella ,Galle adter arriving in sti lanka with  tourist visas, one year prison sentence each and fined them  Rs.50,000 each.

The 14 suspects had been arrested by Galle police on 02nd of March .Afterwards they had been remanded until yesterday (14).The suspects were sentenced one year imprisonment after being produced before Galle Magistrate court yesterday .

If the suspects  failed to pay the fine they will receive an extra month imprisonment court has ordered.

Aunt Of Makandure Madush Has Filed A Petition In Supreme Court Seeking Court Order Preventing Arrest Of Madush

The aunt of the Drug kingpin
Makandure Madush who is in remand prison in Dubai ,A.W sriyani of
Suriyawewa ,Hambanthota had filed a fundamental rights petition in Supreme Court today(14)requesting a court order to prevent arresting  of Madush by
police .

The petitioner has named five persons including OIC Of Special Police Task Force (STF)and Inspector General Of Police (IGP)as respondents of the petition.

The petitioner has stated in her petition  that the fundamental rights of Madush had been violated as the police is trying to arrest him baselessly .

A Motorcyclist Was Killed Due To Motorcycle-Car Collision

A 56 year old Motorcyclist had been
killed after the Motorcycle he was riding in colliding with a Motor Car arrived from the opposite direction , in front, in front of Madurankuliya Police Post on Paliyagoda-Puttalam main road this morning(14).

The deceased was identified as a resident of Madurankulama area.

Mundalama Police are conducting an investigation over the incident.

An Introduction Of Treating NCD Patients Through Video Consultation

Ministry Of Health has today (14)introduced a treatment
System which the Public Health Nurses attached to Primary care units in Government Hospitals can consult a Medical consultant through a video message and get an advise on an urgent treatment and information regarding medicine to treat patients with non communicable diseases .

105 Public Health Nurses had been given a Tablet Computer(TAB)each in this regard at a function held at Cinema Hall in BMICH -Colombo this morning (14) under the patronage of Health Minister Dr.Rajitha Senaratne.

The aim  of this programme is to reduce the deaths  of  Non communicable diseases which are on the rise at present according to the Health Ministry .

Details and contact numbers of 450 doctors feeded to the Tablet computers distributed amomg public health nurses  today ..Even this video consultation will help to treat patients till reach hospitals The Deputy Director General Of Health Services Dr.Champika Wikramasinghe has stressed .



Around 28,000 New Cancer Cases Have Been Identified In Sri Lanka

Around 28,000 new Cancer cases have been identified in Sri Lanka according to the statistics available in National Cancer Control Programme. last year (2018).

Now the Cancer is the second factor caused most number of deaths in Sri Lanka annually Health Promotions Bureau has announced today(14).

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