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International Research Symposium on Blue Green Economy and Environment

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National Research Symposium on Sustainable Coastal and Ocean Environment was held adjoined with Sri Lanka Next Conference 2016. Focusing on blue green economy and environment the symposium named sustainable coastal and ocean environment was held at the BMICH today.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 October 2016 07:51 Read more...
 

Tremor in Galle

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An Earth Tremor had been reported in the Galle area this morning.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 September 2016 09:22 Read more...
 

12th Environmental Pioneer National Camp

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The Environmental Pioneer Program is the broad environmental network that is being implemented within the school system in this country, by the Central Environmental Authority, with the cooperation of the Ministry of Education, to achieve the noble objective of socialization of future Sri Lankan citizens as environmental friends. This program, which was launched in 1984 with a small group of 25 students focusing new town of Maligawaththa, Colombo, has now become a program which is being implemented in most of the schools within the island.

Last Updated on Monday, 19 September 2016 09:30 Read more...
 

Protests to Reinstate Dr. Pilapitiya as DG of Wildlife

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A protest was staged today to urge the government to reinstate Wild life department Director General Dr. Sumith Pilapitiya who resigned earlier from his posts due to political pressure.  Sources said that  the resignation came due to an incident took place in Yala wildlife park where Wildlife minister Gamini Jayawickrama Perera has exerted pressure on warden of the Yala wildlife park Suranga Ratnayake to apologize to minister Sajith Premadasa.

Last Updated on Monday, 13 June 2016 08:17 Read more...
 

Death toll climbs to 8 as rain continues

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The death toll, in the floods, landslides and strong winds that have ravaged the country during the past few days, has risen to eight leaving some 207, 500 people from 47, 922 families badly affected, the  Disaster Management Centre (DMC) said.

Last Updated on Friday, 27 May 2016 05:00 Read more...
 
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