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The world’s largest greeting card designed under the purview of Chief Minister of the Uva Provincial Council Shachindra Rajapaksa was unveiled to the public today in front of the Temple Trees. The card is 93 feet high and 33 feet long and is expected to be added to the Guinness Book of World Records. Pix by Nisal Baduge

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  • nimal gune Thursday, 30 December 2010 04:03 PM

    What a waste of public money on self glorification.

    shameer Thursday, 30 December 2010 04:14 PM

    whose money are they using? their personal money?

    Speed Thursday, 30 December 2010 04:20 PM

    Long live the King ;)

    imran Friday, 31 December 2010 08:47 AM

    Greeting with in FAMILY Members.. for there own benefits

    td Thursday, 30 December 2010 06:29 PM

    Sri lanka was bone to have word records.

    The world biggest tea cup
    The world biggest rice cake (kiri batha)
    The biggest greeting card
    The world biggest ca-bi-net
    The world's Biggest Lemon Puff

    Gook luck for all sri lankans for 2011

    SUDESH Thursday, 30 December 2010 08:16 PM

    අපි කවදත් ලොකු දේවල් කරපු මිනිස්සු...
    රාජාණ්ඩු කලේ ඉඳන්ම අපි එහෙම කරපු අය....

    Vince Thursday, 30 December 2010 09:47 PM

    Long live our God King!!!!!
    We will very soon build temples, proclaiming that you as the New Messiah, and bow and worship you to give us protection, wealth, tax benefits, duty free cars, salary rises on par with developed countries, milk and honey. Long live our God King, Long live our God King!!!!!!

    BEDI Thursday, 30 December 2010 10:53 PM

    Aiyooooooooooo, Lankawata mokadha wennai?????? Guinness Book ekkatanam mal hatai (7). Most of the Lankans when they see big things, they think they are the best!!! They are not worried about their cost of living!!!!!!

    Saradial Friday, 31 December 2010 06:17 AM

    "Guinness Book of World Record" Mania is becoming an epidemic in SL

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