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The position of the GMOA on the Police assault on university students

Dr Naveen de Zoysa, the Secretary of the Government Medical Officers' Association (GMOA) states that so far the President Maithripala Sirisena has had discussions with the GMOA, heads of Medical Faculties, medical students and several other relevant stakeholders regarding the issue of SAITM.

Dr Naveen de Zoysa, the Secretary  of the Government Medical Officers' Association (GMOA)
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With respect for the attention of all Tamil leaders Greed for power is ruining Tamils

The greed for power and high positions among a limited few Tamils have brought ruin to the country in general and to the Tamil people in particular. The sufferings and embarrassments the Tamil people are now subjected to, were not that much in the past, as it is today

With respect for the attention of all Tamil leaders Greed for power is ruining Tamils
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A committee to introduce guidelines on standards in medical education in Sri Lanka

A committee to introduce guidelines on standards in medical education in Sri Lanka has been formed by the Government Medical Officers' Association (GMOA).

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Reception on board at Pakistan Naval Ship NASR & SAIF

A diplomatic reception was arranged last evening on board visiting Pakistan Navy ship NASR and SAIF which are in Sri Lanka on a 4 day visit, reflective of strong multifaceted relationship and engagement between the two brotherly countries.

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No changes on Canada’s visa requirements for Sri Lankan travellers

The High Commission of Canada to Sri Lanka is aware of recent erroneous media reporting on entry/visa requirements for Sri Lankan business and tourist travelers suggesting changes to Canada’s entry requirements for Sri Lankan travelers says Canadian High Commission in Colombo.

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