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Burma Press Council opposes government public service media draft law

Deputy Information Minister of Burma, Ye Htut explained the purpose and nature of public service media draft law, publication of the draft law for public knowledge, plans for transformation of State owned media into public service media, at Printing and Publishing Enterprise on 8 June, 2013, in Rangoon, The New Light of Myanmar said Sunday.

Deputy Information Minister of Burma, Ye Htut
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The biography chronicles the first half of the Tangalle-born N.U. Jayawardena

The first copy of the Sinhala translation of the biography, N.U. Jayawardena – The First Five Decades, was handed over to President Mahinda Rajapaksa recently.

The authors of the book are Kumari Jayawardena (NU’s daughter-in-law) and Jennifer Moragoda (his granddaughter-in-law) translater Sunethra Siriwardena, Central Bank Governor Mr. Ajith Nivard Cabraaland and Mr. Sirisumana Godage with President Mahinda Rajapaksa
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Friends of Sri Lanka” recognized for their dedication

Ambassador Karunaratne Hangawatte hosted a reception on the premises of the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Paris on for French guests from varied regions and organizations in France.

Friends of Sri Lanka” recognized for their dedication
Friends of Sri Lanka” recognized for their dedication
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“Sri Lanka’s expanding relations with Africa”

Sri Lanka’s foreign policy platform is being built mainly through her historical and cultural affinities with the rest of the world. In the light of this principle, Sri Lanka’s relations with African nations date back centuries revealed Mr. K. Amunugama.

 Mr. K. Amunugama, Secretary of the Ministry of External Affairs
“Sri Lanka’s expanding relations with Africa”
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