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Items filtered by date: Monday, 05 March 2018

New Plan Increases Cardiac Arrest Survival Rate

  • Published in Tech

Mark Bradford walks through the park by his home every day, but one morning his heart stopped beating and he collapsed in sudden cardiac arrest. The next thing he remembered was waking up in the heart unit at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.

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PEACE AND RECONCILIATION HIGH ON GOVT’s AGENDA

In a hard hitting statement Finance and Media Minister Mangala Samaraweera yesterday said that the work of the Office of Missing Persons has been distorted and manipulated for political gain. The Minister criticising former President Mahinda Rajapaksa said: “A cause that was once close to his heart is today a tool of power hungry politicians, including the likes of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa who was ironically a founder of the Mother’s Front Movement”. “If the question of the missing still remains high on the agenda with the reported numbers of the missing rising each day, the question remains why it is no longer a cause worth fighting for,” he asks.

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Another draw despite individual brilliance

  • Published in Sports

Upali Gajanayake - Group Chief Officer, Program Management and Tele Infrastructure, Dialog Axiata PLC hands over the Dr. N M Perera Trophy to the skippers Asel Sigera of Ananda College and Lakshitha Rasanjana of Nalanda College at the end of the 89th Battle of Maroons cricket encounter that ended in a draw at the SSC grounds yesterday. Manjula Wijemanne - Co-Chairman, Ananda College, Thilak Waththuhewa - Principal, Nalanda College, S M Keerthiratne - Principal, Ananda College, and Mohan Gunadasa - Co-Chair

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