March 17, 2012 at 11:09 am | Lanka C News.
Parliamentarian Mr R. Sampanthan, the Leader of Tamil National Alliance has sent an epistle to Mrs Hillery Clinton the U.S. State Secretary, requesting her to follow a tough policy during the Human Rights Convention in Geneva, to do justice to the Tamil community in Sri Lanka. While appreciating U.S.A. for the service done to his community, he has mentioned that, further assistance is needed from U.S.A. in future, to fulfill justice to the Tamil People. By this letter he also expects that, U.S.A. will further assist regarding the L.L.R.C. report, and for a political solution with a reasonable division of power. Mr Sampanthan has sent this letter, following the request made by U.S.A., to take a vote on the proposal regarding Sri Lanka, on the 22nd of March during the Human Rights Convention in Geneva.
The railway department reveals that the number of passengers traveling to Jaffna is increasing daily. The department says that passengers are very much interested in traveling to Jaffna by train. The department further says that the income of Yaldevi on the 20th was Rs. 34 lakhs.
The minister of sugar industries Lakshman Seneviratne who was in custody for assaulting a UNP Northern provincial member has been released on body bail of rupees one lakh. Magistrate Mahesha Priyadarshani Silva has given this order after surrendering to Badulla magistrate courts under a motion.
As instructed by the minister of health Maithripala Sirisena it is supposed to revise the charges charged by private hospitals and the channeling centers. The minister says that this decision was taken as there are number of complaints that the private hospitals and channeling centers charge huge amount of money from the patients. The minister […]
The police has found a little boy (04) whom had disappeared at Ambalangoda bus stand in December 2013, with a beggar at Dambulla town. Police says that it is supposed to do a DNA test to get the father confirmed.
The UNP’s burst in team were attacked as they had entered the premises of the Port’s Authority training school as they had entered forcibly by breaking padlocks and without taking prior permission.This was said by the Chief Secretary of the Sri Lanka Ports Authority,Independent Employees Union Shoamal Sumanaratna. According to him to anyone who seeks […]