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World Bank approves $24 million loan to Sri Lanka

The World Bank on Wednesday approved a USD 24 million IDA credit to Sri Lanka to help it provide health service delivery program, with particular emphasis on the special health needs in north and east arising out of the recent conflict.

Pakistani Supreme Court rejects Sarabjit Singh's appeal in bomb blasts case

Farzana Shah - The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Wednesday dismissed review petition of an Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh challenging the death sentence handed out to him in 1991.

Rape And Murder Of Innocent Children In Sri Lanka

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World Bank approves $24 million loan to Sri Lanka

The World Bank on Wednesday approved a USD 24 million IDA credit to Sri Lanka to help it provide health service delivery program, with particular emphasis on the special health needs in north and east arising out of the recent conflict.

Relief everywhere, with ‘relief ship’ relieved

Gopal Ethiraj - Sri Lanka has agreed to allow the ship MV Captain Ali to off-load its contents, relief material sent by Tamil diaspora. The ship which set sail from Britain on April 20 was earlier refused permission to dock in Sri Lanka and was anchored off Chennai.

Sri Lanka Small Miracle – Sri Lanka Tourism’s new brand launched

Sri Lanka Tourism officially launched its new logo and tagline “Sri Lanka Small Miracle” today, ushering in a new era for Sri Lanka Tourism. The rebranding is an integral part of the repositioning strategy of Sri Lanka Tourism, and comes at an opportune time with the dawning of a new era of peace in Sri Lanka, where there are much expectations and opportunities in the tourism industry.

Sri Lanka Red Cross provides scholarships

Fathima Razik -Serving in Sri Lanka for the past 73 years Sri Lanka Red Cross Society (SLRCS) that engaged in serving the public primarily by providing first aid and emergency health services is now poised to assist students from the less privileged families who have obtained excellent results in their examinations to pursue higher education with annual grants.

Bhardwaj appointed Governor of Karnataka

Gopal Ethiraj - On Wednesday, the Rashtrapati Bhavan press communiqué announced a couple of new appointments and shuffling in gubernatorial posts. The former Union Law Minister, Hans Raj Bhardwaj, and former Assam Finance Minister Devanand Konwar are the new Governors.

Tamil Tiger Mobs Attack Sri Lankan Cricket fans after the ICC Twenty 20 Final

Janaka Alahapperuma - Several Sri Lankans were attacked by Tamil Tiger mobs in London soon after the ICC Twenty20 Final cricket match between Sri Lanka and Pakistan on 21st (Sunday) June 2009. These despicable incidents were happened near the main gate (Taverns Stand entrance) of the Lord’s Cricket ground despite the police presence.

Replacing chemical fertilizer with organic fertilizer could save millions -Oxfam shows the way

Quintus Perera - Aanimals, trees also need food in the form of fertilizer. The natural growth of vegetation getting their fertilizer somewhat balanced but when population increased man started cultivating more and more on small plots where the fertilizer inputs in the soil became insufficient to feed the additional growth. So it became essential to add artificial fertilizer and then chemical fertilizer became important for high yields. Over the years it was found that the application of chemical fertilizer has upset the eco-balance of the soil and its poisonous effect was shown in living beings.

Sri Lanka Small Miracle – Sri Lanka Tourism’s new brand launched

Sri Lanka Tourism officially launched its new logo and tagline “Sri Lanka Small Miracle” today, ushering in a new era for Sri Lanka Tourism. The rebranding is an integral part of the repositioning strategy of Sri Lanka Tourism, and comes at an opportune time with the dawning of a new era of peace in Sri Lanka, where there are much expectations and opportunities in the tourism industry.

Sri Lanka Red Cross provides scholarships

Fathima Razik -Serving in Sri Lanka for the past 73 years Sri Lanka Red Cross Society (SLRCS) that engaged in serving the public primarily by providing first aid and emergency health services is now poised to assist students from the less privileged families who have obtained excellent results in their examinations to pursue higher education with annual grants.

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Rape And Murder Of Innocent Children In Sri Lanka

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