Fireworks/crackers etc., should only be used with adult supervision, as its dangerous. In any case its noise & environmental pollution, besides being an utter waste of money
Saradial Friday, 20 May 2011 11:21 AM
Using fire crackers should be ban. It is dangerous, harm for environment and worst of money.
spark Friday, 20 May 2011 06:48 AM
This is culture and arrogance of Sri Lankan society today. The child died due to ignorant behaviour. Look at Wesak day celebrations, where can you find a dansala that is feeding only beggars or needy or poorest of the poor? The dansalas are filled wih people who can afford at least a pound of bread. The roads are filled with arrogant boys cat calling and misbehaving on the roads. Is this what buddha preached?
tharanga Semasinghe Friday, 20 May 2011 06:54 AM
Innocent Kid was the victim of over celebration.
the Under Taker Friday, 20 May 2011 07:57 AM
HAPPY DAY Turns TO SAD DAY- MAY THE CHILDS SOUL REST IN PEACE
budhika Saturday, 21 May 2011 05:35 AM
miracle of Asia!!!!! You are to see more miracles soon.Insanity prevails all over. What are our so called intelligentsia and the religious hiarachy doing: Just enjoy watching the going ons?????
Rila Saturday, 21 May 2011 07:28 AM
1. Fire Crackers and similar dangerous celebrations shall be BANNED immediately. 2. Religious celebrations such as New Year, Wesak , Christmas , Meeladunnabi , Eids, Thai Pongal , Maha Siva Rathri etc with a more meaningful manner avoiding funfare and showy nature., without the slightest inconvenience to the day to day activities of General Public by all means.
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