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The President says the public have reposed greater faith on the government due to strengthening of the public service. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 21:01

President Mahinda Rajapaksa says the public have reposed greater faith on the government due to strengthening of the public service. He was addressing a functioned held ay the Koggala Investment Zone today. At the function 6,431 Field Officers were given motorcycles. The President stressed that it is the responsibility of government servants to ensure efficient service for the public. The previous UNP regime wanted to slash the carder in the public service to 300,000. The President noted that but the present government has raised the number to 1.5 million.

 
Mahinda Scout Group of Galle marked 100th anniversary under the aegis of the President. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 21:01
Mahinda Scout Group of Galle marked 100th anniversary under the aegis of President Mahinda Rajapaksa at the Samanala Grounds in Galle this afternoon. More than 1,500 local and foreign scouts attended the event. The President was also offered the souvenir prepared to mark the 100th anniversary. The Jamboree will be conducted for seven days from today. 
 
 
G.C.E O-level timetable will not be altered. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 20:56

Chief Minister of the Western Province Prasanna Ranathunga repudiates the allegations made by the Ceylon Teachers Association over the political affairs at the schools. The Chief Minister added that there is no truth of the media release issued by General Secretary to the Trade Union Joseph Starling. The present government is committed to secure the rights and dignity of the professionals including the teachers. Sri Lanka Freedom Party's Teachers' Association has the moral right to talk on the rights of the teachers. He highlighted that measures will be taken to educate the teachers on the new constitution formed for them.

 
European union decision to remove the LTTE ban. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 17:37
The ministry of external affairs has expressed surprise on the verdict of the court case given by the European union court. The court case had been filed in 2011.  The accused in the court case was the European union.  The Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the European commission acted as the mediators. The ministry of external affairs state that the opinion expressed by the parties to this case is based on hypothetical statements.
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****** The President examines budget proposals are to be brought in Parliament on Friday. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 21:00
President Mahinda Rajapaksa examines budget proposals are to be brought in Parliament on Friday. The President and the Secretary to the Ministry of Finance Dr. P.B. Jayasundara reviewed the budget proposals at the Temple Trees today. The government is ready to provide a wide array of concessions by the budget including reduction of fuel and gas prices and electricity tariff. The government says all the allegations made by the opposition regarding the cost of living will be busted by the forthcoming budget. The budget will also focus to gear up the country's development. 
 
 
Iran has pledged further support for the development of Sri Lanka's power sector. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 18:00
The government of Iran has pledged further assistance to the development of the power sector in Sri Lanka. The deputy minister of power of the Iranian government        Mr. Ismail Moshoul has made this pledge when he met the Minister of Power and Energy Mrs. Pavithra  Wanniarachchi recently.  He has arrived in Sri Lanka to inspects the progress being made in the Uma Oya project for which assistance is being provided by the Iranian government.  
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The ministry of external affairs says that the Sri Lankan government will continuously aid future course of action of the parties of the case against the lifting of LTTE ban by the European union. PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 13:18

The ministry of external affairs has expressed concern at some of the recent statements on the outcome of the case filed by the LTTE in 2011 at the general court of the European Union. The defendant of this case was the European union. The Netherlands, The United Kingdom and the European commission have acted as interveners. The ministry further says that the statements by interested parties in this connection are based on inaccurate premise,

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