The GMOA today charged that the Neville Fernando Teaching Hospital (NFTH) set up to provide clinical training to SAITM students had never functioned as a Teaching Hospital and not even as a Base Hospital.
Niroshan Dickwella and Asela Gunaratne hit crucial half centuries to guide Sri Lanka to their highest ever run chase as the hosts defeated Zimbabwe by four wickets on the final day of an intriguing one-off test on Tuesday.
The Report on Assessment of the Broadcast Ratings System in Sri Lanka compiled by the Independent Panel of Experts was launched yesterday (17th July) at BMICH.
Singaporean Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr Vivian Balakrishnan said the efforts made by President Maithripala Sirisena to strengthen reconciliation in Sri Lanka are laudable. Stating this when he called on President Sirisena at the Presidential Secretariat today (July 18), he said that he would visit Jaffna tomorrow to donate books to the Jaffna Library and to sign an agreement to provide training facilities for the library staff. Singapore will also provide assistance to the Orthopedics Department of Jaffna Hospital.
Sri Lanka’s largest condominium developer – Blue Ocean Group of Companies recently ventured into a new vertical, the burgeoning travel and leisure industry by opening its travel arm – ‘Blue Ocean Travels’, last Monday (July 3) at No 379, 1st Floor, Galle Road, Wellawatte.
Their team shirts didn't say "Afghanistan" and their name badges were handwritten, not typed, suggesting the last-minute nature of their entry into the United States. But the Afghan girls competing Monday in an international robotics competition in Washington were clearly excited to be representing their nation.
Researchers working on a one-two punch to eliminate HIV say their first punch has landed and they can start working on the second, though plenty of work will be needed on both fronts before a cure is available.
Sitherndra Senaratne took up work as the chairman of the National Film Corporation (NFC) recently. Ananda Bandara Dissanayake was appointed as the working director. (Daily News)
The International Centre for Ethnic Studies (ICES) has organized a Sinhala Film Festival celebrating old and new films at the ICES Auditorium, 2, Kynsey Terrace, Colombo 8. The following films will be screening at 4.30pm.
The handing over ceremony of the Dr. Neville Fernando Hospital to the government was held yesterday under the auspices of President Maithripala Sirisena.