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The president has ordered the authorities to give solutions for the trade union issues of the health sector within three months. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 21:20

The president  Mahinda Rajapakse has ordered the authorities to give solutions for the trade union issues of the health sector within three months. The president gave the instructions after considering a set of proposals put forward by 27 trade unions in the health sector. The representatives of the trade unions met the president at temple trees today.

 
The army says impartial probes based on false information hinder Sri Lanka's reconciliation process. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 21:18
 
The army says impartial probes based on false information hinder Sri Lanka's reconciliation process. Army spokesman brigadier Ruwan Wanigasooriya says no foreign probe is required for the internal matters. Government's stance has been clearly stated over the proposed investigations. Some  organized quarters are trying to hatch conspiracies against the government  in  connivance with the international elements. Brigadier Wanigasooriya also highlighted  that the government is well aware on the parties who are trying to accomplish petty political agendas. 
 
 
The Maha Sangha appreciates assistance given by the political leadership to uplift piriven education. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 21:16

The Maha Sangha appreciate  the  assistance given by the political leadership to uplift piriven education. Chief incumbent of the Peliyagoda Vidyalankara pirivena Venerable Dr.Velamitiyawe Kusala Dhamma Thera says that the government raised the funds for piriven education at the last budget without any request from the interested parties. The Venerable Thera was speaking at the Award ceremony of the All Ceylon Inter Piriven Language Literature competition. He highlighted president's commitment for the betterment of the Buddhasasana. Deputy registrar of the Sri Lanka Ramanya NIkaya Venerable Nedungamuwe Vijaya Manthri thera also spoke at the event.

 
The Japanese Deputy Minister of Lands, Infrastructure Facilities, Transport and Tourism has met the President yesterday. *** PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 18:34
The Japanese Deputy Minister of Lands, Infrastructure Facilities, Transport and Tourism Manabu Sakai met President Mahinda Rajapakse at Temple Trees yesterday. The President at this meeting informed the Japanese Deputy Minister that Japan has at all necessary times assisted Sri Lanka.
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The act on ocean university passed in parliament. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 21:17
 
The act on ocean university was passed in parliament today. The act received 24 votes in favour and one against. The ocean university has been proposed by the Mahinda Chinthana policy manifesto. The ministry of skills development announces that the aim of establishing the university is to improve the country's fisheries sector, In addition naval education and engineering training will be provided at the university. 
 
New dawn in diplomatic ties between Sri Lanka and India. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 21:14
 
Veteran political analyst Prof.Rohan Gunarathne points out that a new dawn in diplomatic ties between Sri Lanka and India. He noted that Sri Lanka has focused profound attention on India when implementing its foreign policy. Both countries have drawn attention on starting joint ventures in Tamil Nadu. Prof.Gunarathne emphasized that rehabilitation process carried out in Sri Lanka is exemplary for any country.  He was speaking at a special meeting held at the parliamentary complex today. 
 
The founder of the Microsoft Institution Bill Gates has said that steps being taken by the President to empower the people on information technology are exemplary for other world leaders. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 18:33

The founder of the Microsoft Institution Bill Gates has said that the steps being taken by President Mahinda Rajapakse to empower the people on information technology and to institute socio economic development in Sri Lanka is exemplary for other world leaders. He has said that in utilizing information technology for the development creates several problems, but the Sri Lankan President has overcoming those challenges created equal opportunities for everyone in the country to acquire the knowledge of information technology. Mr. Bill Gates has greatly appreciated the steps being taken by the President to widen the socio economic development scopes for the low income earning people of the country through information technology. Mr. Bill Gates has made these comments addressing the function held in France to handover the best IT institution award for Sri Lanka.

 
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