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Elephants will be gone by 2048

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Auditor general of Sri Lanka states that there will be no elephants in the country by 2048 due massive deaths of elephants in the country. He made these statements at a recent press conference held in Colombo.

Last Updated on Sunday, 11 February 2018 18:11 Read more...
 

Udawattakele forest to be blocked for hotel reservations

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Officials of the Forest Conservation Department are perturbed by the decision of a senior forest conservator to alienate a 90 perch block of land of the Udawattakele forest reserve to a leading hotel in Kandy.

Last Updated on Sunday, 11 February 2018 17:57 Read more...
 

Dole Legalizing the Illegality in Sri Lanka

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“Good governance” government have been trying to legalize the illegal land ownership of, ‘DoleCompany”, lands which are located at Kudaa Oya and Demodara areas of Moneragala district nearby to Lunugamwehera National Park.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 December 2017 18:46 Read more...
 

Strong force winds havoc Sri Lanka

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Strong winds exceeding 80kmph with heavy rain hit Southern, Sabaragamuwa, Southern and Central province. Matara district worst damage and effected due to heavy strong winds.

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 November 2017 02:34 Read more...
 

Mini Hydro Power Plants? Mafia or not?

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Hydro Power is considered as a really good source of renewable energy. In here Sri Lanka, hydropower generation has some long history which has been spreading throughout few decades. Many major hydro power projects were successfully concluded in here and output of those power plants still contributing to the national electricity supply of a country in a considerable percentage. But with a time, the suitable geographical locations to establish state owned mega hydro power plants became limited and governments had to direct their attentions towards alternative ways. More disastrous alternatives came to the stage within these circumstances. Among them, coal power plants, allowing to run private owned diesel power plants are the major examples in this context. Meanwhile few cunning private companies took an advantage in this gloomy condition from suggesting to establish mini hydro power plants in Sri Lanka.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 November 2017 01:48 Read more...
 
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