Sunday, March 29, 2015

Malaka still can’t visit night clubs



A Colombo Court while relaxing some of the bail conditions imposed on former minister Mervyn Silva’s son Malaka with regard to the charges of attacking a foreigner at a night club further restrained him from visiting night clubs.

Additional Magistrate Nishantha Pieris gave his ruling while inquiring into the petition filed by Malaka’s Counsel seeking to lift the ban imposed on him from visiting night clubs and public places.

He said the former Magistrate had imposed the bail conditions for Malaka’s well being and that of the public and pointed out that they were not imposed with malicious intent. Malaka was banned from visiting night clubs and behaving offensively in public places while the court case continued.

Magistrate Sahabdeen had also released five other suspects in this case on a personal bail of Rs.500,000. They were restricted from accompanying Malaka to night clubs and engaging in unlawful assemblies.

Two MSD officers were released on Rs.100,000 personal bail. All the suspects were restrained from influencing or interfering with the witnesses in this case. The other suspects released on bail were Ramesh Kulatunge, O.V. Wimalaratne, M.D.P. Upasena, T.R. Weerasekera, MSD officers M Sarathchandra and M.C.I. Fernando. The case was postponed for August 13.

​President’s brother dies



President Maithripala Sirisena’s brother, Priyantha Sirisena (40) who was undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Colombo following an axe attack, has succumbed to his injuries yesterday morning, hospital sources said.

Priyantha Sirisena, father of three was the youngest of his family and the owner of Rajarata Builders Pvt. Ltd and the Rajarata Rice Mills Pvt. Ltd. The body is lying at his residence at Ethumalpitiya in Polonnaruwa and the burial would be held on Monday at 3.00 p.m. at Polonnaruwa cemetery.

Don Nishan Lakmal Haputhanthri, who was arrested on charges of assaulting President’s brother Priyantha Sirisena was remanded till April 8 by Polonnaruwa Acting Magistrate Sarasi Iddawela this afternoon. Meanwhile, the suspect in a statement to the police said he assaulted Priyantha Sirisena with an axe because he came to his house under the influence of liquor and assaulted his parents.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Hirunika is in A Relationship

 
Western Provincial Councilor Hirunika Premachandra has posted on Facebook that she is in a Relationship. But with the massive publicity she got for it after few hours she has posted a update saying It was a joke and She is not in a Relationship.

Before She has a relationship with Randima Gamage who is a Provincial Council Minister in the Southern province. Gossip media published that she is having an affair with the President’s son Namal Rajapaksha. Hirunika was furious with the website for publishing incorrect information.


Attack on President’s brother



Priyantha Sirisena, the brother of President Maithripala Sirisena was hospitalized with serious injuries after he was assaulted by an unknown person at Hathare Ela area in Polonnaruwa.

It was reported that Mr. Sirisena had been attacked near a garage in the area at around 7. 00 p.m. and had been rushed to the Polonnaruwa Hospital. He was later air lifted to Colombo. Police Spokesman ASP Ruwan Gunasekara said a suspect called ‘Lakmal’ who is a friend of Mr. Sirisena had been arrested after he was surrendered to the Bakamuna Police over the alleged assault.

He said a personal dispute may have led to the attack.

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Namal Rajapaksha rides a Scooter

Former President Mahinda Rajapaksha's Son MP Namal Rajapaksha rides a Scooter.






Raini Charuka's Engagement Photos

Veteran singers Rookantha Gunatillake and his wife Chandralekha Perera's daughter Raini Charuka got engaged according to sources. The Engagement has held in Washington USA. Her fiance Akila is a member of Rookantha's music band and there love story is more than 8 years old.

We wish both of them Happy Future.







Friday, March 13, 2015

Call to ban Ajinomoto

 
The National Movement for the Protection of Consumers has called for a ban on the importation and sale of the flavouring agent Ajinomoto.

The call comes in a statement it has issued in connection with the consumer day on March 15.

It says Ajinomoto is not included in the list of 18 flavouring agents banned by the previous government.

The consumption of Ajinomoto leads to diabetes, high blood pressure and several other ailments, it says.
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