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U.S. concerned over rushed resettlement of Sri Lanka's IDPs

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:02:46 JST

U.S. concerned over rushed resettlement of Sri Lanka's IDPs While welcoming Sri Lankan government's work to quickly resettle nearly 280,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) following the three-decade long conflict in May 2009, the United States said today that it remains concerned about the rushed resettlement of the final IDPs to close the Menik Farm camp.


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Rs. 500,000 cash award for information on assailant of Sri Lanka's judiciary official

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:02:14 JST

Rs. 500,000 cash award for information on assailant of Sri Lanka's judiciary official Sri Lanka police announced today that a Rs. 500,000 cash award will be offered for correct information leading to the arrest of the suspects over the assault on the secretary of the Judiciary Services Commission (JSC) Manjula Tilakaratne.


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Future Sri Lanka, India naval exercises away from southern states

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:01:40 JST

Future Sri Lanka, India naval exercises away from southern states Yielding to the pressure from Tamil Nadu political parties which vehemently oppose providing military assistance to Sri Lanka, the Indian government has asked its Navy to conduct joint naval exercises with Sri Lanka in the seas away from the four southern states.


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Sri Lankan court takes up petitions filed against controversial piece of legislation

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 16:01:10 JST

Sri Lankan court takes up petitions filed against controversial piece of legislation The Supreme Court of Sri Lanka has today taken up for consideration three petitions filed against the controversial Divi Neguma Bill.


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MOSQUITO BREEDING ACT TO BE AMENDED, FINES TO BE INCREASED

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 15:59:35 JST

MOSQUITO BREEDING ACT TO BE AMENDED, FINES TO BE INCREASED Cabinet decides to amend the prevention of mosquito breeding Act to increase the minimum penalty up to Rs. 5000.00, Government Information Department stated.


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UNP SUSPEND THREE MPS INCLUDING RANGE BANDARA

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 15:58:54 JST

UNP SUSPEND THREE MPS INCLUDING RANGE BANDARA Membership of the UNP MPs Palitha Range Bandara, P. Thewarapperuma and A. Abeysinghe have been temporarily suspended pending inquiry after they attended the rally headed by Sarath Fonseka.


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SHOPPING COMPLEX TO OPEN IN OLD RACECOURSE GROUNDS

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 15:56:40 JST

SHOPPING COMPLEX TO OPEN IN OLD RACECOURSE GROUNDS The much awaited opening of the mini pavilion at Racecourse Grounds in Reid Avenue, which has been converted to an up-market shopping complex, is to be ceremonially opened tomorrow (Oct. 20). 


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TWO HELD FOR MOLESTING 8 YEAR OLD GIRL

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 15:55:53 JST

TWO HELD FOR MOLESTING 8 YEAR OLD GIRL Two persons have been arrested for allegedly molesting an 8 year old in Kasamaduwa, Ihalagama. According to Mihintale police the suspects were residing in houses adjacent to that of the victim.


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PUBLIC HOLIDAY FOR HAJ FESTIVAL MOVED TO SATURDAY

Posted on Friday, October 19, 2012 @ 15:55:07 JST

PUBLIC HOLIDAY FOR HAJ FESTIVAL MOVED TO SATURDAY The public holiday for Haj festival has been changed to Saturday (October 27) as Muslims will be celebrating Haj on October 27th, the Ministry of Public Administration said today.  


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