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Former Army Commander Sarath Fonseka and his wife Anoma visited the Tewatte Basilica Church and participated in the church service today. Later they visited the Rosarian Convent and expressed their gratitude to the Sisters for their blessings during the time of distress.  Pix by Devapriaya Chandrasiri



  Comments - 5

  • kiribath Monday, 16 July 2012 12:06 AM

    do your best , and the God will do the rest.

    vote Monday, 16 July 2012 02:08 AM

    ENTIRE COUNTRY VOTED FOR YOU. AS YOU KNOW YOU WON THE ELECTION. COMPUTER JILMART WE WILL FIGHT THIS TIME. PEOPLE RALLY FOR A REAL HERO HONEST MAN

    dave Sunday, 15 July 2012 04:18 PM

    If you could have not hurried in 2009. Today you would have the best person to become president. But unfortunately, you were guided by wrong people. You should have waited.

    However, now you have to work hard gather all political forces. For that you principals are very much considered.

    People fo this country day by day are fed up with the government policies and their underworld gangs. Rajapaksha is forgiven to all notorious gangsters and allow them vandalize the economy . That is bad part of his regime.

    Let's wait and see what will happen in the future.

    Michael Sunday, 15 July 2012 05:57 PM

    Glad you visited the church Sir. Jesus Christ is the way the Truth and Life. God bless you

    Desha Monday, 16 July 2012 06:17 AM

    amen


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