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‘Over £20 million in UK support for humanitarian work in Sri Lanka’ –

Monday, 19 August is World Humanitarian Day, the UN-designated day which recognises all humanitarian workers, and was established to mark the anniversary of the 2003 bombing of the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad, when 22 people lost their lives.

‘Over  £20  million in UK support for humanitarian work in Sri Lanka’ –
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Service a local ‘Bakala’ (grocery) renders to you

Having a ‘Bakala’ – grocery - in your locality is considered highly useful, in Saudi Arabia, in so many ways.

Service a local ‘Bakala’ (grocery) renders to you
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Renaissance of Laksala

A friend of mine, a foreign national, recently visited Sri Lanka on a tour. I took him to the newly opened showroom of the Laksala branch at Baudhaloka Mawatha and Reid Avenue intersection, Colombo to purchase Sri Lankan handicrafts for him. I was amazed in a pickle over the fantastic outlook displayed at the showroom replenished with fascinating items of different attraction to be competitive with international standard.

Renaissance of Laksala
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