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Rehabilitative Health Services to be a key component in health delivery system of Sri Lanka - Minister Senaratne

Delivering a keynote addressed at the World Health Organisation (WHO) meeting on ‘Rehabilitation 2030: A Call for Action’, in Geneva on Monday (6th February) Minister of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine Dr Rajitha Senaratne said that the Government of Sri Lanka has identified Rehabilitative Health Services as the third pillar of Sri Lanka’s health care delivery system, in addition to the earlier focus on curative and preventive health services.

Rehabilitative Health Services to be a key component in health delivery system of Sri Lanka - Minister Senaratne
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Joint Panel Discussion On SAARC: Its Impediments And Way Forward

A panel discussion on “SAARC: Its Impediments and Way Forward”, was organised by the High Commission of Pakistan in Sri Lanka and the premier national security think tank, Institute of National Security Studies Sri Lanka (INSSSL) as their first ever joint venture. This event was held recently at Hotel Galadari, in Colombo.

Secretary Defence Engr  Karunasena Hettiarachchi while delivering  key-note address
High Commissioner Shakeel Hussain while giving opening remarks
Panalists of the Seminar
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Religious education can play an important role in national reconciliation & peace – President Srisena

President Maithripala Sirisena says the religious education in the country can play a pivotal role in building national reconciliation and peace. He made these remarks participating at a Dialogue on Inter-religious Education, held at the BMICH, recently (03).

Religious education can play an important  role in national reconciliation & peace – President Srisena
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The right to life carries much more than the right to education - GMOA Secretary

The Court of Appeal directed the Sri Lanka Medical Council (SLMC) to give provisional registration to medical students passing out from South Asian Institute of Technology and Medicine (SAITM).

Dr. Naveen de Soyza, Secretary of the GMOA
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Pakistan sends relief assistance to help brotherly people of Sri Lanka

With a view to help the brotherly people of Sri Lanka to mitigate the severe drought, the Government of Pakistan sent a relief flight to Colombo containing 25 Metric Ton of rice.

High Commissioner of Pakistan Maj  Gen  (R) Syed Shakeel Hussain handing over relief consignment to Sri Lankan authorities
High Commissioner of Pakistan H E  Syed Shakeel Hussain with crew members of Pakistan aircraft
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