Police buses parked at the MynaGoGama, removed

Sri Lanka Police on Wednesday (4) evening decided to remove the Police buses that were parked on the pavement opposite Temple Trees in Colombo. Police informed the protestors at MynaGoGama that court issued an order to vacate the premises. However, the group of Sri Lankans who were protesting at the site alleged that Sri Lanka Police was misleading the courts, at a time when the people were engaged in a peaceful protest. Attorney-at-Law Amila Egodamahawatte who visited the site moments later said a ruling will be delivered by the courts on the 9th of May 2022. Despite the police reading out a court order, the protestors continue to engage in their protest at MynaGoGama.

SJB hands over two no-confidence motions to Speaker

Sri Lanka's main opposition party Samagi Jana Balawegaya (SJB) on Tuesday handed over to the parliamentary Speaker motions of no-confidence against the SLPP coalition government and embattled President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, even as the government announced the appointment of a Cabinet sub-committee to look into the proposal for a new Constitution.“We met the Speaker at his residence and handed over two no-trust motions, the first one against the President under Article 42 of the Constitution and the other against the government," SJB General Secretary Ranjith Madduma Bandara said. Article 42 stipulates that the President is responsible to Parliament for the exercise, performance and discharge of his functions. Madduma Bandara said the party wants the motion to be taken quickly. The Parliament meets tomorrow for the first of eight sittings this month.

Anura Kumara Dissanayake exposes major corruption

Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) leader Anura Kumara Dissanayake today exposed several major corruptions linked to the Rajapaksa family, politicians

USA-wide protests in solidarity with Sri Lankan protestors

For the first time in history, Sri Lankan living in the United States of America organized a USA-wide protest on the 1st of May 2022, in solidarity with the protests taking place in Sri Lanka against the present President, Prime Minister, and Government. Thousands of Sri Lankans living in the United States stood in solidarity with their fellow Sri Lankans in a protest series organized by the Sri Lankan Student Collective in the USA. The protests took place across 50 locations in 43 States in the US. The Sri Lankans in America also signed a series of letters requesting that the wealth and income of Rajapaksa’s who hold US citizenship, be investigated and to save Sri Lanka from the Rajapaksas. The letters are to be submitted to the Senate and the US Congress.

ප්‍රදේශවාසීන් ඩිෆෙන්ඩර් රථයට ගිනි තබයි

Three persons including a 14-year-old boy have been arrested by police over an accident last night involving a Defender vehicle and a motorcycle at Kuliyapitiya, which had caused the death of the motorcyclist. The accident had occurred in the Kanadulla area in Kuliyapitiya last night when the Defender had collided with a motorcycle, killing the motorcycle rider on the spot. The deceased is a 38-year-old resident of Kanadulla in Kuliyapitiya. The police spokesman said that three persons including the driver of the Defender vehicle were arrested and that a 14-year-old boy is also among the arrestees. Meanwhile it is reported that a group of residents of the area angered by the incident had attacked the Defender vehicle and torched it as police officers had attempted to escort it to the police station.

හරීන් සහ ෆොන්සේකා ගැටෙයි

SJB MPs Harin Fernando and Field Marshal Sarath Fonseka were seen engaged in a verbal clash at the SJB May Day Rally held in Colombo today. Parliamentarian Fonseka, who was seated in the front row, was seen calling MP Fernando closer to him and both were seen enaged in a verbal clash. Parliamentarian Manusha Nanayakkara intervened and brought the situation under control by shifting Fernando from the place.

මයිනාගෝගම ජනතා විරෝධයට ජන ගඟක්

Protesters carry canopies and tents and march from GotaGoGama to MainaGoGama Protesters carry canopies and tents and march from GotaGoGama to MainaGoGama

ආණ්ඩුවට එරෙහිව සංඝ සම්මුතියක් !

The Maha Sangha has made arrangements to hold a ‘Sangha Convention’ at the Independence Square this afternoon (30). The Maha Sangha is demanding the immediate implementation of the resolution submitted by the Mahanayake Theros of the Three Chapters.

අරගලයට සහය වෙන්න - පා ගමනින් ආ කලාකරුවෝ

ඖෂධ මිල ඉහළ ට

Minister of Health Prof. Channa Jayasumana has issued a Gazette Extraordinary, allowing a price increase on a total of 60 varieties of medicinal drugs. As per the communiqué, dated April 28, the traders, distributors, pharmacists, medical practitioners, dentists, veterinary surgeons, medical institutions including private medical institutions, and pharmacies are permitted to raise the retail prices of relevant medicinal drugs by 40%. Accordingly, a tablet of 500mg of Paracetamol will now cost Rs. 4.16 and a tablet of 75mg of Aspirin, which was previously at Rs. 5.06, is now priced at Rs. 7.08. Meanwhile, the price of a tablet of 375mg of Amoxicillin and Clavulanic Acid has been increased to Rs. 83.71. The gazette notification mentions the revised price of a tablet of 50mcg of Thyroxine as Rs. 14.41. The prices of these 60 varieties of medicinal drugs were previously revised in a gazette notification published on the 15th of March.

රඹුක්කන සිද්ධියට කෑගල්ල හිටපු SSP රිමාන්ඩ්

මොකද්ද මේ පෙරේතකම.. | Damitha Abeyratne

මයිනාගෝගමට පොලීසියෙන් බාධා

No More informal banking channels

No More informal banking channels - Central Bank Governor මෙරට බැංකු පද්ධතියට පිටතින් ගෙවීම් කර, කරන ආනයනය වළක්වනවා - මහ බැංකු අධිපති

රඹුක්කන වෙඩි තැබීමට අණ දුන් SSPට මාංචු

Former Kegalle SSP K.B. Keerthiratne arrested by the CID in Colombo and another 3 police personnel arrested at Kundasale in Kandy over the shooting incident during the protest at Rambukkana, Senior Police Spokesman DIG Ajith Rohana said

රටපුරා ජනතාව විරෝධතාවයේ

Train services are disrupted today (April 28) as the employees from several railway trade unions have not reported to work, says the General Manager of Sri Lanka Railways. A host of trade unions representing all state, semi-government and private sectors resorted to an island-wide strike for 24 hours today (April 28), to express their dissatisfaction towards the government. Many sectors in the country including plantation, agriculture, electricity, fisheries, banks, health, ports, economic centres, teachers and principals will join the trade union action. According to reports, approximately 1,000 trade unions have pledged support for the strike action.
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