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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

Move away from low-lying areas near rivers

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Home Affairs Minister Wajira Abeywardhane requests all people who are living in low-lying areas near the rivers to evacuate immediately as there is a threat of the rivers over-flowing.

Last Updated on Monday, 29 May 2017 08:53

Warnings issued for Landslide and floods due to Heavy rain

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According to reports land slide warnings issued by NBRO to Sabaragamuwa provinc and Southern province.

Last Updated on Friday, 26 May 2017 07:24

National Research Symposium on Sustainable Management in Pigeon Island

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National Research Symposium on sustainable management of Pigeon Island National Park was conducted on April 27th -28th 2017, Trincomalee, Sri Lanka with the theme of Sharing Knowledge for a sustainable management of Pigeon Island Ecosystem.

Last Updated on Friday, 12 May 2017 08:14

Clean Lanka – Let’s begin from home

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Being the pivotal hub of political, economical and commercial activities in the country, Colombo draws hundreds and thousands of individuals every day. The statistics have revealed that the city which nestles 750,000 residents is visited by a staggering number of people amounting to 2 million locals and 250,000 tourists per day. In other words, at any given time Colombo is frequented by 3 million people, who unwittingly contribute towards an unforeseen menace - the surmounting garbage problem.

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 May 2017 10:48
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