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Daily Archives: June 26, 2018

Mobile phone used for murder of Ranjan de Silva found

A mobile phone used to provide information for the murder of Dehiwala-Mount Lavinia Municipal Council member, Ranjan de Silva was found in a canal in Ratmalana, today (26). The mobile phone was recovered from the Sylvester Canal near the Ratmalana Railway Station during a search conducted by the Criminal Investigation …

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Hearing of Avant Garde Chairman postponed to 25th July

Hearing of the bribery case against the Chairman of Avant Garde, Nissanka Yapa Senadhipathi and former Coordinating Secretary of the Ministry of Defense, Major General Palitha Fernando has been postponed to 25th July, as ordered by the Colombo High Court. When the case was called before the Colombo High Court …

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Dansals to be inspected

In line with the Poson Poya Day, 4397 ‘dansals’ have been registered island wide, according to Public Health Inspector`s Union of Sri Lanka. Secretary of the Union Mahendra Balasuriya stated that a special team of public health inspectors have been deployed for the inspection of ‘dansal’.

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Glorifying Hitler an insult to Buddhism – PM

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe says that Adolf Hitler had shut down Buddhist organisations when he was the German leader and to glorify him was an insult to Buddhism. Addressing the 125th anniversary celebration of the Maha Manthinda Pirivena in Matara on Saturday, the Prime Minister in reference to a speech …

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Notice issued for Sarana

Fort Magistrate Lanka Jayaratne yesterday issued notice on Former Deputy Minister Sarana Gunawardena for failing to appear in court when the case regarding a vehicle belonging to the Development Lotteries Board was taken up for hearing yesterday. Gunawardena was charged of importing a vehicle valued at Rs. 8.5 million, while …

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Sri Lankan family granted an injunction against deportation

A Sri Lankan family has been granted an injunction against deportation by the Federal Court, allowing them to stay in Australia pending an appeal. Tamils Priya and Nadesalingam, who have two Australian-born children, were served with a deportation notice on Friday after losing a court bid to stay in the …

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