Thursday, January 31, 2013

Sri Lankan Models Photos ( 27 )

Discover the beauty of Sri lankan Girls... Yes. We have started new feature from today...

Here you can see the hot and beautiful Srilankan Models girls and actress photos..

Sri Lankan girls are beautiful and really hot. After 30 years of war Sri Lankan is now enjoying their lives. Modelling industry is also started to boom with Tourism industry of Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is known for Tea, Cricket, Sunny beaches, Wildlife, Ancient history and many more. But you must know Sri Lanka also has many hot & sexy beautiful girls as well. Here I share variety of Sri Lankan girls who perform in modeling industry in Sri Lanka. Enjoy...

All the credits goes to original photographers.

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A/L results released - Maths and Bio Island first from Weerakatiya Rajapaksha

Results of GCE A/L examination 2012 have been released.

Exams chief W.M.N.J. Pushpakumara said the results have been posted on the department website  

Posting the result sheets to schools will take place today, he said.

Rusiru Gambheeraarachchi and Kasun Lakmal from the Rajapaksa Central College, Weeraketiya have topped the island in GCE Advanced Level examination 2012 Maths and Biology streams respectively.

Rusiru and Kasun

Returns to Sri Lanka halt boats - Australia

Returning people to Sri Lanka is reducing the number of asylum seekers from the Asian nation arriving by boat in Australia, Immigration Minister Chris Bowen says.

"We have returned around 700 people involuntarily to Sri Lanka, and we have seen the number of people coming from Sri Lanka fall to a trickle," Mr Bowen told Sky News on Wednesday.

The federal government began returning Sri Lankans last August as part of its suite of measures to stem boat arrivals to Australia.

"We took the tough decision to return people to Sri Lanka when they're not refugees," Mr Bowen said.

Mr Bowen said three Sri Lankans had come to Australia by boat this January.

So far more than 400 people have arrived by boat this month, with most from Afghanistan, Iran and some from Iraq, the minister said.

This was down from 1000 in December and 2000 a month in the months before December, he said.

Mr Bowen said the number of arrivals was typically lower in January due to the weather, but other factors such as the returns to Sri Lanka, and uncertainty about the time asylum seekers would spend on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island and Nauru were having an impact.

The coalition has criticised the government about the surge in the number of boats arriving in Australia over recent years but Mr Bowen said the opposition's policies would fail to halt the boat arrivals.

"When (opposition leader) Tony Abbott gets up and says `I will stop the boats', well he doesn't have any policy to back it up," Mr Bowen said.

He said the government had reopened the offshore processing detention centres on Nauru and Papua New Guinea's Manus Island previously used by the Howard coalition government.

"His other big policy is to turn back the boats," Mr Bowen said.

But the minister said Indonesia was unlikely to allow a coalition government to implement that policy.

Former Indonesian vice-president Jusuf Kalla on Wednesday criticised key elements of the Australian opposition's border protection policies, including Tony Abbott's plan to turn back asylum-seeker boats.

In 2001, the Howard government successfully turned back four boats to Indonesia.

NDT to be relocated at Homagama

The Moratuwa University said it would relocate the National Diploma in Technology (NDT) programme to a new location in Homagama.

This step is being taken to prevent further friction between student groups in the university following a recent attack which left some students critically injured and university facilities severely damaged.

Some 700 NDT students are alleged to have attacked students of the Moratuwa University Engineering Faculty on January 16 leading to the Engineering Faculty coming to a standstill.

University Vice Chancellor A.K.W. Jayawardane said the Engineering Faculty would remain closed until further notice and that a project to construct a new university building for the NDT programme would begin soon.

“This is a project that has been in the pipeline for a long time. It is not something that we thought of overnight as a result of the recent clash,” Professor Jayawardene said.

All what I want is to get back to my earlier life - Achala

The Matara Hospital doctor said to be responsible for the amputation of a hand of law student Achala Priyadarshani has said that he was sorry about the incident. He has told a team of doctors inquiring into the amputation that he did not expect the plastering of the girl’s hand following a fall to have such an adverse impact on her life.

The doctor has said that it was the first such incident in his professional career.

Meanwhile, there have been allegations of biased by the inquiry team, as some of its members are serving at the Matara Hospital.

Now, the call is for the appointment of retired judges to investigate the amputation incident.

The final year law student Achala Priyadharashini, who lost an arm due to medical negligence, told  that she wanted to pursue her career in law and that she had to make many sacrifices to gain admission to the university.

Achala lost her left arm due to alleged medical negligence by her surgeon. She was initially admitted to the Matara hospital for treatment to an injury on the wrist. She was thereafter admitted to the Colombo National Hospital where her arm was amputated because the injury turned septic.

“I don’t intend on taking legal action on this matter right now, all what I want is to get back to my earlier life. I want to live like I did before. I reached the present position in my academic career amid severe difficulties. I want to finish off my degree and become a lawyer, for all this I want my hand, the hand I use to write with,” said Achala, who is a final-year student of the Colombo Law Faculty.

Achala said this unfortunate mishap would not keep her down because she will be sitting the final exams at the Law Faculty in June this year. She said the faculty had given her the necessary facilities to study online as she cannot attend lectures.

“I will fulfill my ambition of becoming lawyer despite this calamity,” she said and added that her batch mates at the faculty were helping her at this difficult hour. She said her parents have decided to reside in Colombo temporarily till the crisis she is struggling with is sorted out. 

 The Colombo law faculty has set up a fund in aid of Achala, and details can be obtained via telephone numbers 0715 114 139, 0718 825 329 and 0712 240 405.

Sumana Gomes Photos

She was a famous actress in sri lanka two decades ago. Sumana Gomes is a controversial characters as that time all the actresses are scared to starring in adults only films. But sumana Gomes is fearlessly accept that challenge.

She left the country 15 years ago and according to sources she is back after 10 years. She lived in USA.

Her famous films..

1997   Ege Vairaya - Luvi Vandastratan
1998   Ege Vairaya 3 - Luvi Vandastratan 1
1997   Ragaye Unusuma - Karu Disanayaka
2002   Kamasutra - Sunil T. Fernando
2000   Ege Vairaya 4 -  Luvi Vandastratan
1998   Akkai Nangi -  Sunil T. Fernando
2008   Ai Oba Thaniwela - Ranjith Jayasinghe 
1990   Kristhu Charithaya - Sunil Ariyarathna 
1986   Peralikarayo - Dinesh Priyasad 
1995  Hitha Hoda Surayoo - Victor Manage
1978  Kundala Keshi - Wimalanath Dissanayaka 
1990  Thanha Asha - Siril Weerasingha 
1990  Pem Rajadahana - Dayananda Jayawardhana 
1987   Raja Wedakarayoo - Sunil Soma Peiris 
1988  Rasa Rahasak - Yasapalitha Nanayakkara 
1988  Sandakada Pahana - Susira Rathnakumara 
1988  Durga - K.A.W. Perera
1991 Salambak Handai Hemasiri Sellapperuma

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Nadee Chandrasekara Wedding photos

Nadee Chandrasekara is another talented young actress in Sri Lanka and she has make her own mark in Sinhala Tele drama industry .Nadee has performed so many different roles in her area of specialty in performing and not allocated on same type of characters.

Nadee Weds Yasantha yeasterday at Kingsbury hotel colombo. Engagement were held at Araliyagaha Mandiraya Colombo. Here is some pictures of Nadee's wedding by Indika Mallawarachchi.

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