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Help Reacquired for Patent Rights of Endemic Sri Lankan Plants and Herbs

Help reacquired for patent rights of endemic Sri Lankan plants and herbs, Sri Lanka President tells delegation of global cosmetics company.

Japanese delegation comprising of representatives from the cosmetics industry and researchers met President Mahinda Rajapaksa at Temple Trees - Pix By : Sudath Silva
Help Reacquired for Patent Rights of Endemic Sri Lankan Plants and Herbs
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Governor Dr Ashwani Kumar visits wife of Mrs Oken Jeet in ICU

Governor of Nagaland Dr Ashwani Kumar and his Lady Wife have paid a visit to Mrs Aneile Kenye, who has been recovering in the ICU of the Naga Hospital, Kohima since August 2009.

Nagaland Governor Dr Ashwani Kumar (left) was seen being briefed about the medical history of Mrs Aneile Kenye (lying on bed), wife of NEPS Editor and senior journalist Oken Jeet Sandham, by Dr Sendimeren (right) in ICU, Naga Hospital Authority Kohima on April 11, 2013.
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Tourism Promotion in Indonesia

The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Jakarta conducted a Tourism Promotion Campaign at the Embassy premises in conjunction with the General Sales Agent of Mihin Lanka (Pvt) Ltd. Leading travel agents and tour operators based in Jakarta attended the event.

Tourism Promotion in Indonesia
Tourism Promotion in Indonesia
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Migrants and TB: Trapped in conflict of border control and health policies

The 4th Union Asia Pacific Region Conference on Lung Health (APRC 2013) opened in Hanoi, Viet Nam, with a powerful and thought-provoking session on TB and migrants. There are scores of known structural drivers that put people at risk of TB such as poverty, but other less-spoken factors, such as immigration laws, International relations between countries, legal status of migrants, labour laws, and politics of borders where some countries deport expats who develop TB, need more attention too.

Dr Gilles Cesari
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Sri Lanka's official delegation at Kenyatta’s swearing in ceremony

Sri Lanka’s Deputy Minister of External Affairs Neomal Perera and Gitanjana Gunawardena, Deputy Minister of Civil Aviation represented the President of Sri Lanka at the swearing in ceremony of Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenyas' President-elect. Kenyatta is the son of founding father and the 1st President of the nation. Vice President William Ruto also took oaths on this occasion.

Deputy Ministers  Neomal Perera and Gitanjana Gunawardena  are seen received  by  Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta at his swearing in ceremony
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