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978 metric tons of paddy purchased in two days

978 metric tons of paddy purchased in two days 0

🕔19:10, 8.Aug 2018

The Paddy Purchasing Board has purchased 978 metric tons of paddy from farmers during the last two days. The paddy purchasing program of the government commenced at the Kohombana area in Uhana on the 4th of this month. The government

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The Premier promises to develop both urban and rural areas

The Premier promises to develop both urban and rural areas 0

🕔19:08, 8.Aug 2018

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe states that both rural and urban areas in the country will undergo a huge transformation during next two years. Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe made the comment at the opening of the Bonavista Social Welfare center in

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Polgahawela train accident victims will be compensated

Polgahawela train accident victims will be compensated 0

🕔19:05, 8.Aug 2018

General Manager of the Railway Department, S M Abeywickrama states that people injured in the train accident in Polgahawela recently will be compensated. The railway accident took place at the Panaliya area in Polgahawela. S M Abeywickrama stated that Department

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A Program to strengthen Community Police Service

A Program to strengthen Community Police Service 0

🕔19:02, 8.Aug 2018

An MOU was signed to strengthen the Community Police Service in the country. The MOU was signed at the Secretariat for Coordinating Reconciliation Mechanisms. The MOU was signed between Sri Lanka Police and the Secretariat for Coordinating Reconciliation Mechanisms. IGP,

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Sithara Kaluarachchi bags award for best female professional in electronic media

Sithara Kaluarachchi bags award for best female professional in electronic media 0

🕔18:59, 8.Aug 2018

The 8th Top-50 Professional and Career Women Awards – 2018 was held in Colombo. Presenter and Producer of ITN, Sithara Kaluarachchi was awarded as the Best Professional Woman in the Electronic Media sector in 2018. Female professionals in 50 sectors

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Tuition masters who abused a girl remanded

Tuition masters who abused a girl remanded 0

🕔18:55, 8.Aug 2018

The two suspected tuition masters who abused a school girl, pursuing her GCE A/L education, were remanded till the 21st of this month. They were remanded by the Magistrate of Moneragala M D S P Dodangoda. The accused tuition masters

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The President pays his last respects to Asanka Dodanwala

The President pays his last respects to Asanka Dodanwala 0

🕔18:52, 8.Aug 2018

President Maithripala Sirisena paid his last respects to the Coordinating Secretary to the President, Asanka Dodanwala who has passed away. The President who went to his home at Riverdale Street in Kandy, where the remains are kept, paid his last

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The Premier urges the people who migrated to India due to war to return

The Premier urges the people who migrated to India due to war to return 0

🕔18:46, 8.Aug 2018

The parliament was adjourned today after running proceedings for a short period of time as parliamentarians of the opposition were not present in the House. Accordingly, the House was adjourned till tomorrow. Addressing the parliament, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe requested

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A six year imprisonment to venerable Galagoda Aththe Gnanasara thera

A six year imprisonment to venerable Galagoda Aththe Gnanasara thera 0

🕔18:39, 8.Aug 2018

The court of appeal convicted General Secretary of the Bodu Bala Sena Organization, venerable Galagoda Aththe Gnanasara thera of four contempt of court charges and sentenced to 19 years of rigorous imprisonment to be completed within 6 years. The case

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A sudden railway strike

A sudden railway strike 0

🕔18:36, 8.Aug 2018

Several trade unions attached to the Railway Department have decided to launch a sudden strike. The railway trade unions launched the strike this afternoon. The Locomotive Engineering operators union states that this strike will continue till their demands are met

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