He recalled how Minister Samaraweera posted posters against PM Ranil Wickremesinghe during the time of President Chandrika Kumaratunga. May 21 (EN) Sri Lanka Railways, a heavily unionised state-run agency had lost 7.6 billion rupees in 2017, which is more than the total revenue earned during the year, which also fell due to strikes, official data showed.Operating loss of 7,604 million rupees exceeded total revenues of 6,477 million rupees, which fell 2.2%.Trishan Perera of the Centre for Sustainability, Sri J'pura University told The Island, yesterday, highlighting the adverse effects of the Norochcholai Coal Power Plant.Tags: english speed dating in parisSexwebcam free no sgn upgreek dating com grupdating windows xp pro sp2 cd keysI am looking for a random webcam chat for adultsonline dating code wordsspeed dating tips shy men
The Viyathmaga website describes the organization in the following manner: Professionals for a better future (VIYATHMAGA) is a network of Academics, more..
May 21 (DM) The end of the war anniversary this month is once again polarizing the country.
To be organized by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the conference will bring close to 30 senior forensic specialists and policymakers from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, Timor Leste, Viet Nam and SL to Colombo. May 21 (Island) There have been more than 18,760 dengue cases so far this year, According to the Epidemiology Unit.
Approximately 30.3% of the cases were reported from the Western Province.
The NBRO requested the public living in the warned areas to evacuate to a safer locations to avoid the risk of landslides, slope failures, rock falls, cutting failures and ground subsidence. All 16 of us worked for him during the presidential elections. May 21 (FT) Central Bank said that depositors of troubled ETI Finance Ltd.
(ETIFL) would be paid in a phased-out manner starting from 5 June.
Revenues had fallen amid two strikes, central bank said.
Operating expenditure had risen 5.1% 14.1 billion rupees. May 21 (SL) Sri Lanka is to host the 3rd Asia Conference on Regional Cooperation and Policy Development in Management of the Dead in Emergencies on 22 and .
The losses are again being counted along ethnic lines, reinforcing notions of war heroes and martyrs.
Remembering the war and the dead in this manner is providing few lessons and avenues towards seeking a peaceful and just future.