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The President stresses that the government's programme of uplift the local industrialists will not be changed at any cost. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 06:54
 President Mahinda Rajapakse says the country has achieved several economic victories due to the correct policies implemented by the government to uplift the local industrialists. He stresses that this programme will not be changed at any cost. The President pointed out how the local economy was destroyed by changing these policies in the past.
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Minister W.D.J. Senevirathne says the UNP is attempting to topple the government by spreading false propaganda. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 06:53

Minister W.D.J. Senevirathne says former UNP regime was defeated after 17 years in power in 1994 by forming a broader public movement headed by the SLFP. Now the UNP is attempting to topple the government by spreading false propaganda.

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Minister Patali Champika Ranawaka says Sri Lanka can be make a developed state only by creating new knowledge and use of modern technology. PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 20:38

Minister Patali Champika Ranawaka says Sri Lanka can be make a developed state only by creating new knowledge and use of modern technology. The government should allocate more funds for research and technology development sectors. The funds provided are not sufficient. In calculating economic development data and statistics should be more accurate. In the process of economic development special attention should be focused to environmental conservation and social equality as well. All are responsible to create better future for children. The minister pointed out that intellectuals should take the lead in this move. The minister made these observations at a function held in National Science foundation this evening.

 
An order under the pesticide control act was passed in the parliament today. PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 20:37

An order under the pesticide control act was passed in the parliament today. Joining the relevant debate Minister C.B Rathnayake says that farmer community has tempted to use agro chemicals and chemical fertilizers in order to obtain bountiful harvest. The new regulations will lead to control ad-hoc import of pesticides. Agro chemicals will be imported under a proper plan in future. Deputy Minister M.L.A.M Hisbullah stated that some cases of kidney diseases have reported from various areas due to use of pesticides.

 
The acceptance of nominations for the Uva provincial council will commence on the 30th of this month. PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 20:38

The acceptance of nominations for the Uva provincial council will commence on the 30th of this month. Elections Commissioner Mahinda Deshappriya said that the nominations would be accepted until 12.00 noon on 6th of next month at the nomination centers set up at divisional secretariats. The election secretariat says an independent group has placed their deposits for Moneragala district by 4.00 pm today. Meanwhile, a special discussion regarding the election will be held in Colombo on Saturday under the patronage of election Commissioner Mahinda Deshapriya.

 
Conducting tuition classes, seminars or workshops for GCE A-Level examination will be prohibited from the 30th this month. PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 20:37

The examination department announces that organizing or conducting tuition classes, seminars or workshops for GCE A-Level examination will be prohibited from the 30th midnight of this month. In addition, printing or distributing model question papers are also prohibited. The examination department has the right to take legal action against the persons who violate afore said rules and regulations.

 
Services in the Department of Motor Traffic will be widened. PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 20:37

Services in the Department of Motor Traffic will be widened. Commissioner of Motor Traffic Sanjeewa Bandu Keerthi told the SLBC that new programme will be initiated for this purpose from next week under the guidance of Minister Kumara Welgama. Accordingly, additional gate will be open for public access. Special waiting area will be setup with all facilities for the convenience of the people visiting the Department. Between 1,200 and 2,000 people will come to the department daily to obtain various services. They will be served without delay. Mr. Bandu Keerthi says people should not bribe any third party to get their services done. He also said that stern legal action will be taken the people who attempt to take bribe from the customers.

 
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