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Udaya R.Seneviratne- The New President’s Secretary

Udaya R.Seneviratne, a former senior administrative officer, assumed duties as the new Secretary to the President. He will take over from Mr Austin Fernando who resigned and bid farewell to his office on 5th of this month.

Udaya R.Seneviratne- The New  President’s Secretary
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Letter From America: Bangladesh – Unemployment Nightmare!

The other day I was talking with Raju, an unemployed Bangladeshi with a graduate degree in Pharmacy. After graduating from a private university, he briefly worked as a lecturer for a college. Although he was teaching three days in a week he was required to be present there every weekday. The salary was low but hours he had to spend at the college were long, not counting, of course, the horrible commuting hours. So, he volunteered to leave his job. I can’t blame him for his decision.

 Letter From America: Bangladesh – Unemployment Nightmare!
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Great Sri Lankan Patriots - A Call for Unity

No-where do I see praise for the hardworking man in the streets, shops and businesses of Sri Lanka.

May the Word of the Buddha and his Teachings bring peace, happiness and prosperity to all living on this treasured island in the sun!
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Nawaz Sharif Hit by a Triple-Whammy: former Pakistani PM Stares into a Very Deep Abyss

The stream of bad news from Nawaz Sharif, the former Pakistani Prime Minister, shows no sign of early let-up recently: his wife, Kulsoom Nawaz, has just undergone treatment in London for cancer; he has been banned in Pakistan from holding either public or party office for life; then, he, along with his daughter, Mariam Nawaz, have just been sentenced to jail for 10 and 7 years respectively by an accountability court in Pakistan.

Nawaz Sharif Hit by a Triple-Whammy: former Pakistani PM Stares into a Very Deep Abyss
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