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Mon, 10 Aug 2020
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The117th birth anniversary of renowned social worker S.T.Sinnadurai is commemorated today. He rendered a yeoman service to the Buddhist and Hindu religions and to protect the traditional Sri Lankan culture.
In 1927 a son named Charles Neville Cooray (1927 - 2020) was born to Jerome and Lucy Wijegunawardena Cooray of Ragama.Subsequently siblings Herbert and Lilian joined the Family.
The Embassy of France in Sri Lanka and the Maldives and the Alliances Françaises of Sri Lanka would like to evoke the memory of Professor (Dr.) A. J. Ruhunuhewa who left us one year ago.
Deranajaya Foundation donated an Infusion Pump, stainless steel Medicine trolley and Patient trolley, and essential medicines worth around Rs. 190,000 to the Apeksha Hospital, Maharagama recently.
The death penalty and sentence of life in prison are sentences which ensure that an offender will never be able to rejoin civil society.
Cooler climes have returned to the hill country. Mist-draped mountains reflecting on clear waters, endless greeneries and picturesque tea estates present a magical landscape.
The Open University of Sri Lanka turns 40 years today. A media release made by the OUSL said “As Sri Lanka’s premier and pioneering...
Chamila Dilhani of 98, Yabaruluwa, Malwana has been diagnosed with an end stage renal disease (kidney failure). Doctors have recommended a kidney transplant, to save her life.
Historically, youth in Sri Lanka were actively involved in politics with many political movements coming into being due to the youth engagement, however in the recent past, youth engagement in politics has dwindled. According to the 2014 National
Sri Lanka’s tiny community of Malays (40,189 as per the 2012 census) had an overwhelmingly dominant position in the island’s military and police in the colonial period, thanks to the trust the Dutch and the British had in this immigrant group
Chandarbhanu Samaraweera’s Who’s Who of Sri Lanka Vol. 01 gave us a fine mosaic of biographical sketches across a mindboggling cross-section of Sri Lankan society.
Soul Sounds Academy is one of Sri Lanka’s leading musical academies which was founded by its Music Directress, Soundarie David Rodrigo....
We, the members of the Sri Lanka Study Circle in the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, a founding member of the Non-Aligned Movement.....
No one would think that Chandradasa Jayawardena, who was born on May 23, 1897, was a pioneer of higher education in Sri Lanka. It was Ven. Welivitiya Sri Soratha Thera who founded the Vidyodaya University.
The 115th Annual General Meeting of the Automobile Association of Ceylon was held on June 30, 2020 at the Association Auditorium. The AGM was well attended. The meeting was conducted according to the guidelines of the Health Authorities and the agend
There is a lot of publicity given these days to the government’s efforts to bring back Sri Lankans trapped abroad due to Covid-19. Almost every day, we get reports of groups of Sri Lankans being brought back to the island, by the national carrier.
Our dear friend Kusal was a unique person, who gave unstintingly of his time and energy, to support, not only his family and friends, but also those acquaintances with whom he may have exchanged pleasantries along the way, as he journeyed through lif
State efforts are underway to import 2500 milch cows from Australia, despite a similar scheme carried out by the previous ‘Yahapalana’ government which saw many lapses. Recently, the Cabinet approved a proposal to import another 2500....
Dr. Maria Montessori’s method of education concentrated mainly on developing a child’s natural curiosity by means of individual freedom and development according to the needs of the child. Hence she prepared many activities to imp
Lalitha Constantine, the last surviving member and elder daughter of the family of Sri Lanka’s legendary labour movement leader, A. E. Goonesinha, passed away on Sunday, July 12. She was 94. Her elder brother Ananda and her younger sister Irangani
Setting new standards in socialising while maintaining social distancing, the Institution of Engineers Sri Lanka (IESL) hosted its first-ever Virtual Music Fiesta on July 10. The event was organised by the Civil Engineering Sectional Co
In March the author was dazzled by being entered into the Guinness Book of World Records
On an initiative and innovative approach taken by a young entrepreneur, beaches along the north-western coast of Sri Lanka are getting a clean-up.
The Covid Pandemic that pressurised the country also posed extensive pressure on the hospital network. The need to maintain high standards set for safe operations whilst excelling in the usual services, created challenges for all.
The foundation stone for a stupa at the Birmingham Buddhist Maha Viharaya was laid on July 5 by the Sri Lankan High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Saroja Sirisena together with the diplomatic officers of her office in London.
A legendary teacher of music and the arts Mrs. Joy Ferdinando was called to her maker last month (June 27) after a brief illness.
I first met Usha as a post graduate student in the MSc Community Medicine class. Since then I have seen her progressing step by step to become a Board certified Consultant in Community Medicine, and serve the Ministry of Health as a Consultant Commun
It has been two years since the passing away of my Uncle Milroy Alles on July 1. Fond memories of you as a lively, cheerful and jovial person will never fade away. We could never forget how we broke up laughing when you cracked jokes which knew no bo
Dr. Heshani Karunathilake, who is in charge of the counseling centre of Colombo South Teaching Hospital, Kalubowila, is holding the 14th handy creation exhibition called ‘ Handy Stitches 2020’ on July 11 (today) at Lagoon view, Moratuwa. Exhibits
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