Sunday, July 21, 2019

An entire nation just got hacked

අ"කලංක නිර්මල වූ ආදරය පවතිනුයේ එකිනෙකා හමු වී දොඩමලු වන තැනය -නිහඬබව බිඳිමින් බැඳීම සුරකින තැනය -එසේ නොවී සැබෑ අනන්‍යතාවය සැඟවීම නොකළ යුත්තකි "

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Parliamentary Select Committee Probing Easter Sunday Attacks To Handed Over It's Final Report On 29th Of August

sri lanka parliament සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵලThe Parliamentary Select Committee probing Easter Sunday Attacks is scheduled to be handed over it's final report of the findings on 29th of August it has been announced. 

The next sitting of the Committee  is scheduled  to be held on this Wednesday (24) at the Parliamentary Complex and State Intelligence Unit head Senior DIG Nilantha Jayawardane .The head of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Senior DIG Ravi Seneviratne ,Director of CID senior Superintendent of Police Shani Abeysekare ,Director of Terrorism Investigations Division Senior SP Waruna Jayasundara and Police Inspector of that division Tharanag Pathirana are due to give evidence before the commission that day .

Meanwhile Colombo Archbishop Cardinal Ranjith Malcolm has today severely criticized the country's rulers saying although local and foreign intelligence services had informed on the Easter Sunday attacks to the government leaders they have done nothing to prevent it .This happened due to the war erupted between Parliament and President .As a result security council has not convened he has stressed.

Cardinal has made these remarks during the mass held at Katuwapitioya Church which was destroyed due to the Easter sunday attacks .

Postal Trade Unions Have Launched A 24 Hour Sick Not Campaign

postal work sri lanka සඳහා පින්තුර ප්‍රතිඵල
Postal Trade Unions have launched a 24 hour  island widesick not campaign from midnight tonight (21) until midnight tomorrow (22) demanding solutions for their longstanding demands despite the appeals made by Minister Of Postal Affairs A .H.M Haleem from trade unions to reconsider the trade union action decision .

Joint Postal Unions Front has announced that it will take steps to launch an island wide continuous strike if  the government fails to  give  permanent  solutions for their demands 


Postal Unions have launched the trade union action by demanding solutions for service demands based on recruitment premonitions and salary issues of Postal workers.

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A Group Of 30 Sri Lankan Females Worked In Kuwait Returned The Country After Facing Harrasment



Around 30 Sri Lankan House Maids

employed in Kuwait and faced various kinds of harassment had returned to the country this morning  (21).

Majority of these females had employed in various companies by staying in a hostel it has been revealed. Once an organized Gang had smuggled then and looted their money and goods according to reports .

After keeping them in a place they have left then in a road and Police have taken them into custody and sent them to a detention center. The group of Females had returned to the country with the courtesy of Sri Lankan Embassy in Kuwait .

A Person. Arrested With 'Ice' And 'Heroin " Narcotics In Possession

Special Police Task Force Personal have
arrested a person with 35.500 Grammes of Ice narcotic and 1.380 Grammes of Heroin in his possession at Dematagoda area .

The suspect has been handed over to the Dematagoda Police for further investigations. 

Three Persons Arrested With Firearms At Udawalawa Park

Special Police Task Force(STF) Personal
attached to SuriyaWewa camp have arrested three Persons who had entered the Udawalawa National Zoological Park  illegally with three firearms in possession today (21).

The three suspects had been arrested with a 12 Bore rifle and another two rifles in their possession  at Hambegamuwa and Thanamalwila areas of the park during raids carried out by the STF Personal.

The suspects had been handed over to the Udawalawa Wild Life conservation officers for furthere investigations .

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A Person Was Arrested With 20 Grammes Of Heroin

Moratuwa Police have arrested a 43
year old person whilst transporting 20 Grammes of Heroin from a Motorcycle at Katunadda,Moratuwa yesterday  (20).

Police officers have recovered the haul of Heroin during the inspection of the Motorcycle.

The suspect who is a resident of  Angulana,Moratuwa is due to be produced before the Court .

Around 16,000 Unemployed Graduates To Receive Government Jobs This Month -Minister Kabir Hasheem

Around 16,000 unemployed graduates
scheduled to be recruited for government jobs at the end of this Month according to Minister Kabir Hasheem .These graduates are due to be provided with appointment letters for their jobs this month Minister hasherm has stressed during a meeting held at Hatton town today  (21).

Government has also planned to provide employment opportunities for unemployed youth within next three month period he has further said. 

A Soil Mound Collapse At Mahagiridamba Area Of Sripadha Caused Damages

A Soil Mound of around 15 meter area attached to Mahagiridamba area near Udamaluwa at Hatton nallathanniya -Sripadha road   had  collapsed due to a Landslide occurred on last friday night (19) caused heavy damage it has been reported.

The incident occurred during heavy showers prevailed in Western slope areas of Central hills and as a result electricity lines and water pumps located in the area had been damaged as well as the steps of the Sripadha according to reports.

Navy soldiers are currently repairing the damaged steps of the Sripadha it has been reported .However no casualties had been reported due to the soil Mound collapse.

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DELHI SMOG JUST MOVES 3000 KILOMETERS TO THE SOUTH

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