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Nine new District Organizers for SLFP

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Items filtered by date: Saturday, 03 June 2017

8 Words or Phrases to Avoid When You’re Trying to Project Confidence

Let’s get straight and to the point: words matter. A LOT. And they’re especially important in a professional context. Word choice can be the difference between getting your opinion brushed aside or having someone take your opinion seriously. If you would like it to be the latter (which you obviously should), it’s time for a quick check-up on your office vocab.

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New vetting for US visa applicants

Some travellers seeking admission to the US are being handed a new form requiring them to disclose biographical information going back 15 years and social media handles going back five years, news agencies reported yesterday.

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JVP calls for debate on floods

Chief Opposition Whip and Janatha Vimukthi Perumana Leader (JVP), Anura Kumara Dissanayake, yesterday called on Speaker Karu...... Jayasuriya to hold a full day's debate on the recent natural disaster during the first Parliament week in June. MP Dissanayake made this request in a letter addressed to the Speaker, adding that while immediate Government intervention was needed in assisting those affected, it was crucial that a debate on the matter took place in Parliament as soon as possible, in the letter the MP said:

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Champika spells doom for illegal construction

Firing the first salvo against illegal structures in Colombo, Megapolis and Western Development Minister Champika Ranawaka said yesterday his Ministry has lodged over 4,000 cases against illegal construction, with 18 more to be rolled out in the coming days including multi-storey apartment buildings built onto canal reservations.

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Namal’s lawsuit against FCID fixed for trial

Colombo Additional District Judge, Chamath Madanayake yesterday (2) overruled objections brought by...... the Attorney General and fixed the two cases, filed by Parliamentarian Namal Rajapaksa, against the Financial Crime Investigation Division (FCID), for trial on 12 July. Namal Rajapaksa has sued the Officer-in-Charge of the FCID, R.A.K. Premaratne, and FCID Sub-Inspector Vithanage Shanthalal, claiming Rs 100 million from each, in damages for defamation of his character.

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