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Extremism against Mother Nature

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Extremism has become a bigger social concern in this century than ever. People have forgotten the very basic rule of mother nature is to encourage variety thus, making the Earth a rich platform for living beings.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 July 2017 10:01 Read more...
 

Protests against Uma Oya

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A protest was held in Bandarawela to repair a leak in a tunnel of the Uma Oya multipurpose development project. More than 30,000 individuals comprising of religious leaders, local government members, closed shops, markets and other premises joined to force the government to repair the leak in the tunnel and to provide compensation for the damage caused for the people due to the development work carried out in the project.  The project was launched in 2009 to provide irrigation and drinking purposes for Hadapangala and Lunugamwehera reservoirs. The total costs of the project are 530 million US$. According to reports 80 million litres of water each day released due to the water leak in the tunnel.  More than 4000 houses observed with cracks in their walls after the project started.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 June 2017 14:10 Read more...
 

Dengue fever patients exceeds 69,000

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According to the Epidemiology Unit of Ministry of Health, so far this year 69380 suspected dengue cases have been reported from all over the island compared to the 23,814 case reported for the same period in the previous year, Causing 200 deaths for this year. Health Ministry further states that percentage of school children with dengue fever has increased by 20%.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 June 2017 04:28 Read more...
 

Death toll rises in Sri Lanka due to floods

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More than 100 people fears dead due to the heavy rain and floods in the  Southern part of Sri Lanka. Meanwhile 99 people went missing and relief operations underway by the Military forces in Sri Lanka.South-West monsoon unleashing torrential rains, which ravaged fourteen districts in the western and southern parts of the country during last two days in what was described as the worst-ever calamity since the 2003 floods.

Last Updated on Monday, 29 May 2017 05:20 Read more...
 

Death Toll Rise to 91 in Sri Lanka

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The death toll from floods and landslides caused by the torrential rain had reached 91. In its situation report, the DMC said a total of 61,315 were affected in the Sabaragamuwa, Western and Southern Provinces due to the torrential rains. “According to the report, more than 300 houses were fully damaged.

Last Updated on Monday, 29 May 2017 08:43 Read more...
 
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