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U.S. Funds Renovation of Children’s Park in Kilinochchi

U.S. Ambassador Michele J. Sison declared open a U.S. Government funded $97,925 (12 million rupees) renovated children's park for residents of Karachchi, Kilinochchi on May 4 alongside the Honorable Child Development and Women's Empowerment Minister, Tissa Karaliyadda.

Ambassador Sison and Minister Karaliyadda explore the renovated children’s park.
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Access to medicines is key to reducing suffering from asthma

Asthma causes disabling symptoms in millions of people who struggle to breathe, making ordinary activities extraordinarily difficulty – things like going to school, working at a job, looking after children or aging parents, running or even walking. About 235 million people in the world suffer from asthma and the number is increasing – asthma is a neglected epidemic.

Access to medicines is key to reducing suffering from asthma
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Papua New Guinea expressed supports CHOGM 2013 Colombo

Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea indicated support for his Government for the CHOGM 2013 Colombo while strongly denouncing attempt by certain quarters to disrupt the conference scheduled to be held in Colombo.

 Papua New Guinea  expressed  supports CHOGM 2013 Colombo
 Papua New Guinea  expressed  supports CHOGM 2013 Colombo
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Sri Lanka High Commissioner In Pretoria Accredited to Mauritius

Shehan Ratnavale High Commissioner in Pretoria visited Mauritius and presented credentials to H.E. President Rajkeswur Purryag concurrently accrediting him as the new High Commissioner of Sri Lanka to the Republic of Mauritius.

Sri Lanka High Commissioner In  Pretoria Accredited to Mauritius
Sri Lanka High Commissioner In  Pretoria Accredited to Mauritius
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Promotion of Sri Lanka Tourism, Culture And Ceylon Tea At The Diplomats Diversi-Tea Gala

The Consul General of Sri Lanka Dr. Hector Weerasinghe was invited to be an Honoree and distinguished guest at the annual Diplomats Diversi-Tea Gala, celebrating the Union Day at the Celebrity Center Pavilion Hall, Hollywood on 25th April, 2013 by the Founder of the Gala Ms. April Sutton.

 Promotion of Sri Lanka Tourism, Culture And Ceylon Tea At The Diplomats Diversi-Tea Gala
 Promotion of Sri Lanka Tourism, Culture And Ceylon Tea At The Diplomats Diversi-Tea Gala
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Strengthening bilateral relations with Azerbaijan

The signing of the Protocol on Co-operation between the Ministry of External Affairs of Sri Lanka and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan will pave the way for a regular dialogue and enhance bilateral co-operation both in the political and the economic sphere, the Foreign Ministers of the two countries noted in their discussions at the Ministry of External Affairs in Colombo on Monday.

Strengthening bilateral relations with Azerbaijan
Strengthening bilateral relations with Azerbaijan
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3rd edition of the AIM would offer a greater insight into investment opportunities – Minister Rishad

Minister Rishad Bathiudeen stated that the 3rd edition of the AIM would offer a greater insight into investment opportunities within frontier, emerging and transition markets with top notch economic performance.

3rd edition of the AIM would offer a greater insight into investment opportunities – Minister Rishad
3rd edition of the AIM would offer a greater insight into investment opportunities – Minister Rishad
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Indo - Pak Issue: Killing Prisoners are Inhumane

On May 3, 2013 Sanaullah Ranjay, a Pakistani prisoner slipped in Coma when, was beaten by Vinod Kumar, a court-martialed Indian soldier who is also serving a life term for murder. Ranjay, has also been declared clinically dead by the medical board. Family and locals of Indian occupied Kashmir protested over ruthless and inhuman act of Indian inmate. Pakistani authorities appealed that Sanaullah be released for further treatment to Pakistan.

Indo - Pak Issue: Killing Prisoners are Inhumane
Indo - Pak Issue: Killing Prisoners are Inhumane
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Farewell Call By Departing Indian High Commissioner

Ashok K. Kantha, High Commissioner of India, accompanied by Mrs. Sharmila Kantha paid a farewell call on Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa, at Temple Trees on Friday, 3 May 2013.

Farewell Call By Departing Indian High Commissioner
Farewell Call By Departing Indian High Commissioner
Farewell Call By Departing Indian High Commissioner
Farewell Call By Departing Indian High Commissioner
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