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New Asgiriya Mahanayaka Thera

[May 09 2015]

Most Ven. Rajakeeya Panditha Galagama Dhammasiddhi Sri Dhammananda Aththadassi Thera has been elected the 21st Mahanayaka of the Asgiriya Chapter. The Most Ven. Thera was elected after the passing-away of his predecessor,

 

Sangakkara graces Asian Awards ceremony in London

[April 18 2015]

Bollywood Badshah Shahrukh Khan will lead a galaxy of stars from the Asian diaspora across the world as some of the world’s most iconic names from showbiz and business are set to descend upon London on Friday.

 

One Sri Lankan still in Sanaa

[April 18 2015]

At least one Sri Lankan is still remaining in Sanaa, the devastated capital of Yemen and some 20 others who are refusing to return are scattered all over the country, Nasim, a recent returnee from Yemen told Sunday Observer .

 

Sangakkara Wisden Cricketer of the year

[April 11 2015]

Sri Lanka great Kumar Sangakkara has been named the cricketer of the year in the 2015 Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack. Sangakkara joined India’s Virender Sehwag as the only two players to be named as Wisden’s Leading Cricketer in the World for a second occasion.

 

Sunday Observer-Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer 2015

[March 21 2015]

The ever popular Sunday Observer/Mobitel Schoolboy Cricketer of The Year 2015 contest is back again. The voting for the 37th Sunday Observer/Mobitel Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer of The Year 2015,

 

Death of former Polls chief

[March 21 2015]

R.K. Chandrananda de Silva, most famous as a long-time Commissioner of Elections during many controversial polls, passed away yesterday morning at his resident at Rajagiriya. He was 78 years of age.

 

An all night Pirith chanting ceremony at ANCL

[February 22 2015]

An all night Pirith Chanting ceremony organized by Lake House to mark 129th birth anniversary of Lake House founder D.R Wijewardene. 

 

Maj. Gen. Chrishantha De Silva new Army Commander

[February 20 2015]

Major General A W J Chrishantha De Silva was appointed as the 21st Commander of the Sri Lanka Army on the directions of President Maithripala Sirisena as the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces.

 

Presidential Secretariat Transport Director remanded

[February 17 2015]

Director of the Presidential Secretariat Transport Division Keerthi Samarasinghe Dissanayake who was answerable to over 748 missing vehicles was produced before Colombo Chief Magistrate Court yesterday and remanded until February 18.

 

CID records statement from Gotabhaya

February 13 2015]

The CID today recorded a statement from former Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa about the activities of the Rakna Arakshaka Lanka Limited and the armoury affiliated to it found at the BMICH recently.

 

 

New era of communal and religious harmony: The Adi Vel festival which started in 1874 is one of the oldest spiritual pageants in the island. A momentous occasion for the Hindu community, the festival has transcended religious and cultural boundaries to become a national event. This year, the Adi Vel festival’s Silver Chariot carrying the deity Skanda paraded through the streets of Colombo after a lapse of 16 years, signifying the dawn of peace and a new era of communal and religious harmony.
Pic: P. Weerasingham

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Court will decide on victim’s dying declaration:

Varsity student’s death - suspect identified


Police have identified the suspect who allegedly assaulted student Rajapaksa Susantha Anura Bandara of the Ruhunu University who succumbed to his injuries at the Badulla General Hospital, IGP Mahinda Balasooriya told a media briefing at the Police Headquarters yesterday.

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Canada probes LTTE aid agencies


The LTTE has either infiltrated or created two dozen front and cover organisations in Canada to support its terrorism campaign, International Terrorism Expert Prof. Rohan Gunaratne said in the aftermath of the action taken last week by the Canadian Revenue Agency to revoke the charitable status of the ‘Tamil Refugee Aid Society’.

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SLA’s 200,000 men could face any threat - Army chief


The Sri Lanka Army (SLA) with over 200,000 men is adequate to defend all threats including any new terrorism threats, Army Commander Lt. General Jagath Jayasuriya said. The Army Chief told the Sunday Observer that there were no fresh moves to increase SLA’s manpower as it already has over 203,000 well-trained soldiers.

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Convicted Lankans won’t benefit by Lebanon amnesty


Sri Lankan workers in Lebanon who were convicted by the Lebanese Government for indulging in various criminal activities will not benefit from the three-month special amnesty declared by the Lebanese Government for Asian workers.

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High stakes end a cropper:

26 businessmen held for gambling

More than 35 officers of the Central Anti Vice Striking Force (CAVSF) swooped on a luxury gambling den in a coconut estate at Bandirippuwa, Lunuwila last week and arrested 26 wealthy businessmen engaged in unlawful gambling for high stakes, police sources told the Sunday Observer.

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