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Sri Lanka Navy Commander calls on Chief of the Royal Saudi Naval Forces

The Commander of the Sir Lanka Navy, Vice Admiral Ravindra Wijegunaratne who is currently in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on an invitation of Vice Admiral Abdullah Al- Sultan, Chief of the Royal Saudi Naval Forces, called on the Saudi Naval Chief at the Naval Headquarters in Riyadh.

 Sri Lanka Navy Commander calls on Chief of the Royal Saudi Naval Forces
 Sri Lanka Navy Commander calls on Chief of the Royal Saudi Naval Forces
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If Ravi fails to address the core issue and tries to resolve the Naga issue, it will be another “16-Point Agreement”

Ever since the Government of India started political negotiations with the NSCN (IM) after signing a ceasefire agreement with the latter in 1997, they have been making “Timeframe after Timeframe” to settle the Naga political issue.

If Ravi fails to address the core issue and tries to resolve the Naga issue, it will be another “16-Point Agreement”
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Pakistan re-launched its Computer Centre at YMMA Headquarters

To augment younger generation’s skills building with better educational opportunities, the Government of Pakistan through its High Commission, has donated 17 computers and relevant equipment to re-launch and up-grade Pakistan Computer Centre at All Ceylon Young Mens’ Muslim Association Conference (YMMA), at their Headquarters in Maradana, Colombo, today.

Acting High Commissioner Dr  Sarfraz Sipra re-launching Pakistan Computer Centre
Acting High Commissioner Dr  Sarfraz Sipra at Pakistan Computer Centre
Acting High Commissioner Dr  Sarfraz Sipra addressing on the occasion
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Who Are Meher Baba’s Agents….?

During the 1930s, Avatar Meher Baba visited Europe ten times, and America thrice, besides China and the Far East. During the 1950s he travelled three more times to the West.

Who Are Meher Baba’s Agents….?
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Communicate with each other to beat the non-communicable diseases

According to the Global Status Report on NCDs, India shares more than two-thirds of the total death burden due to non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in the southeast Asia region of the World Health Organization. Around 5.87 million (58.7 lakh) deaths, which is 60% of all deaths in India, are attributed to NCDs.

Communicate with each other to beat the non-communicable diseases
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