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Inauguration of Language Lab set up by India in Kandy

Minister of Education of Sri Lanka, Mr. Bandula Gunawardana, and Mr. Y.K. Sinha, High Commissioner of India, jointly inaugurated a Language Lab in Kandy on September 29, 2014 at a function held at Mahaweli National College of Education. Advisor to the President, Mr. Sunimal Fernando, Central Provincial Council members and several senior Government Officials were present on the occasion.

Inauguration of Language Lab set up by India in Kandy
Inauguration of Language Lab set up by India in Kandy
Inauguration of Language Lab set up by India in Kandy
Inauguration of Language Lab set up by India in Kandy
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U.S. Trade Show 2014 Offers New Opportunities for American, Sri Lankan Partnerships

Top American companies from a wide variety of sectors showcased their products, technologies, and services at U.S. Trade Show 2014 today at the Hilton Residences.

With U.S. Ambassador Michele Sison looking on, Amcham President Suren Rajanathan is using innovative technology from American company Virtusa to light the oil traditional lamp.
With U.S. Ambassador Michele Sison looking on, Amcham President Suren Rajanathan is using innovative technology from American company Virtusa to light the oil traditional lamp.
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Hong Kong Protests: feeble democracy is not the only issue facing Hong Kongers

As the number of protesters on Hong Kong streets swells into hundreds of thousands, China took the first swipe at an ‘unnamed’ country for ‘stirring things up’ in a thinly-veiled accusation; identifying the country in question is not rocket science, though. It was against the United Kingdom, the former colonial ruler.

Hong Kong Protests: feeble democracy is not the only issue facing Hong Kongers
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The personal largesse of former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa comes to light

The “heady mix of power and wealth is the bottom line of this case,” the court said. “The huge accumulation of wealth by Ms. Jayalalithaa and others in a short span of five years is a telling example of how power would lead to concentration of unlawful wealth, posing a veritable danger to the democratic structure.”

Judge John Michael Cunha
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