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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2787

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Sri Lanka Government Reduced Prices of Fuel

The Government announced the reduction of fuel prices with effect from midnight yesterday.

 Sri Lanka Government Reduced  Prices of Fuel
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New Ministers sworn-in before the President

A Cabinet Minister, a State Minister and four Deputy Ministers were sworn in before President Maithripala Sirisena this afternoon at the Presidential Secretariat.

Abdul Haleem Mohamed Hasheem - Cabinet Minister for Muslim Religious Affairs and Postal.
Mohamed Hassan Ali - State Minister for Health.
 Ranjan Ramanayake - Deputy Minister of Social Welfare and Livestock Development
Wasantha Aluvihare - Deputy Minister of Environment and Mahaweli Development.
 Ameer Ali Sahabdeeb - Deputy Minister of Housing and Samurdhi
 Mohamed Sahrif Thawfeek - Deputy Minister of Internal Transport
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Former Army Commander Sarath Fonseka acquitted, civic rights restored

Former Sri Lanka Army Commander Sarath Fonseka has been acquitted of all charges filed against him under the previous Government and has been granted complete amnesty by President Maithripala Sirisena, the President’s Media Division said.

Former Army Commander Sarath Fonseka  acquitted, civic rights restored
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Chief Justice Mohan Peiris Resigns

Chief Justice Mohan Peiris has agreed to resign from his post with immediate effect and had communicated his decision to Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.

Chief Justice Mohan Peiris Resigns
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New Sri Lankan Government yet to appoint new governors

Governors of all nine provinces in Sri Lanka have resigned by tendering their resignation to the President Maithripala Sirisena. The last one to go was Alavi Moulana of the Western Province.

Alavi Moulana: Was he forced to resign?
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Good governance in Sri Lanka; Should Yahapalanaya begin at home with the government?

Hound dogs are out in Sri Lanka seeking those who may have committed acts of corruption, human rights abuses and even war crimes, and unduly influenced the dispensation of justice and maintenance of law and order.
Indeed, for the sake of good governance, those responsible must be brought to justice.

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