June 2, 2013 at 7:56 pm | lanka C news
A bone museum is to be constructed to place the structures of blue whale, elephant “Lechchami” and Heiyanthuduwe elephant.
The Minister for National Heritage Dr. Jagath Balasuriya placed the foundation stone for this at Colombo museum complex.
The Minister said that Rs. 39 million has been allocated for this and expect to be completed within 9 months.
The Deputy Minister Hemal Gunasekera addressing a meeting had said that former Chief Justice Sarath N Silva and JVP leader Anura Kumara Dissanayake have mentioned that the President cannot contest for a third term.He had said the former Chief Justice has no legal right to say so.The eligibility of the President to contest a third […]
The very popular businessman,co-chairman of Haley’s group of Companies has purchased more than half the shares of their subsidiary aluminium factory, ‘Alufab’ a leader in housing industry.Each share had been priced at Rs 23/- and Dhammika Perera has bought 7.3 million shares at a cost of Rupees 167.9 million from the share market.The Company ‘Alumex’ […]
The contractor who was given the contract of renovating the bungalow of Sri Lanka’s permanent representative in Geneva has totally denied that he is member of LTTE or having had any connections with the LTTE. Also he had never been in the custody of the Switzerland police.His Company is located 300 Kilometres away from the […]
The proposal to make Minister of Health and the General Secretary of the SLFP, Maithripala Sirisena the Prime Minister was made by the members of the SLFP Polonnaruwa district working Committee.This proposal has been passed. At this meeting Minister Tissa Karaliyadde,Maithripala Sirisena and the Chief Minister Sarath Ekanayake were present.
The authorities of the Registration of Person’s department have said that one hundred thousand national Identity cards would be issued to those without identity cards before the presidential election. They have also requested those who wish to apply for new identity cards should do so before the 30th of November.