Thursday, December 29, 2011

Sri Lankan Models Photos ( 16 )

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

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Bandula and Anura asked to resign

Parents of students who sat for the GCE Advanced Level examination this year have called on Education Minister Bandula Gunawardena and Examinations Commissioner Anura Edirisinghe to resign over the issues faced in releasing the A/Level results.

A protest was organized outside the Education Ministry in Battaramulla by the Movement to Protect Schools.

The parents called for a review of A/Level results claiming they cannot accept the results that have been released.

2011 GCE A/L Island rankings

The Examinations Department has officially released the name lists of the students who received the top results at the GCE Advance Level Examinations today (December 29).

Pramith Ruwan Pathirana of Royal College received the best results in the Bio Science stream while Ananda Nadaraja Sanjayan from St. John’s College Jaffna and Mohammed Fathima of Fathima Muslim Ladies College of Colombo were placed second and third respectively.

Kamalakannan Kamalawasan of Uduppiddy American Missionary College in Jaffna received the best results in the Math stream while Nushen Seneviratne of Royal College and Amila Silva of Dharmaraja Vidyalaya in Kandy received second and third place respectively.

Ishara Dilhani of Tissamaharama Debarawewa Madya Maha Vidayalaya topped the Commerce stream while second place went to Supun Liyanage of Richmond College, Galle and third place went to Lakshana Amarasinghe of Vishaka Vidyalaya Colombo.

First place in the Arts stream went to Sachinthani Kaushalya Senanayake of St. Joseph’s Balika Maha Vidyalaya in Kegalle while, Chamindri Umesha of Southland College Galle was placed with the second best results in the Arts stream and Miyuru Pramodya Weerakone received third place.

Sri Lankan Remanded for misappropriating property of Hollywood actress

A Sri Lankan who had allegedly misappropriated Rs.17.8 million from Sri Lankan properties belonging to popular Hollywood actress of X-Files fame Gillian Anderson, was remanded till January 4 by a Colombo Court. 

Making a complaint with CID, a British national complained that the suspect Anura Rathne Herath had been entrusted to administrate the American actress’ properties located in the Pasyala area and thereby committed this offence.

The complainant further alleged that the suspect had obtained Rs.17.8 million from another company affiliated to the concerned properties on service requirements.

Producing the suspect in court, the CID informed court that the investigations were conducted into an incident where the suspect had obtained Rs.6.8 million for the purpose of supplying electricity to the property. The CID further told court that investigations conducted so far had revealed that the suspect had also taken away a television valued at Rs.275,000 without the consent of the company.

Defence counsel Sudarshani Gunaratne appearing on behalf of the suspect denied the allegation levelled against her client and moved Court that the suspect be released on bail. Taking into consideration the fact that investigations were still proceeding, the magistrate Lanka Jayaratne ordered that the suspect be remanded till January 4.

source : dailymirror

1637 rape cases reported this year

An increase in statutory rape cases have been reported in the country, the police said yesterday. Police spokesman SP Ajith Rohana said that they have detected an increase in statutory rape cases this year when compared with previous years.

Statutory rape is when a person engages in sex with consent or without consent of an underage person.

SP Rohana said girls between the ages of 13 and 16 are especially vulnerable and are party to these cases.

“There is a moral obligation with all the stake holders in society to prevent such unfortunate incidents. The police are doing their part and up to now we have solved 1,400 rape cases having arrested all the suspects involved in these cases,” he said. 

There should be awareness in society to curtail these incidents. The highest number of incidents was reported in the Western Province followed by the North Central Province, Sabaragamuwa Province and in the Southern Province.

“These underage girls should be taught about the consequences of their behaviour. Also the parents and their children should have a strong relationship,” he added.

A total of 1,637 rape cases had been reported to the police during this year, the police said.

source : dailymirror

Angry and Happy face of S.B. Dissanayake

S.B.Dissanayake Minister of Higher Education...

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Hitler Gets Angry About A/LResults

The Advanced Level results which were released on 25th December contain errors in the calculation of district and island ranks. Sources at the ministry of education stated that the results that were issued will not be suspended.

 This is a funny Video regarding the issue.

IUSF against A/L results

Students of the Inter University Students’ Federation (IUSF) today staged a protest in front of the Colombo Fort Railway Station urging the government to re-assess the Z-score and the Island and District Rankings of the GCE Advanced Level results.

Source : dailymirror

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Foreigner killing - 4 arrested including Tangalle PS Chairman

Three people were arrested in connection with the killing of a British tourist in Tangalle early Sunday morning. The main suspect The Tangalle Pradeshiya Sabha Chairman surrendered to the Tangalle police today.

The van in which the suspects fled the area following the incident was also found in the Vitharandeniya area in Tangalle on Sunday night.

“We have identified a number of suspects who were inside the hotel in Medilla at the time of the incident. All were under the influence of alcohol and we have recorded a number of statements,” police media spokesman Ajith Rohana said.

“I can say that we are looking to arrest more than ten suspects in connection with the incident. Also we are still waiting for the medical report,” he added.

The British national succumbed to his injuries before admission to the hospital and a 24 year old Russian girl who was with him was admitted to the hospital with serious injuries following a confrontation with several locals allegedly led by a local politician in the area inside a hotel in Medilla area in Tangalle.

Initial police investigations revealed that the victim had tried to intervene to stop a brawl between two local factions resulting in his death. According to eyewitnesses the local politician had allegedly assaulted both foreigners with sharp weapons.

The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) took over investigations last evening from the Tangalle police.

A Christmas party was taking place inside the hotel at the time of the incident at around 1.30am. The Russian girl who was with the victim who arrived to Sri Lanka last Saturday, is now receiving treatment at the Karapitiya General Hospital and she is in a critical condition. Eyewitnesses said that she was physically assaulted by the suspects.

Several broken pieces of bottle were found at the scene. According to eyewitnesses gun shots were also heard inside the hotel

Conspiracies against the government - Wimal Weerawansa

A series of conspiracies against the government is being conducted within the government itself, Minister Wimal Weerawansa says.

These conspiracies come to action through events which degrade the government in the eye of the public, such as incapability to issue correct AL results and using plastic crates instead of sacks, he said, addressing a seminar at the Sri Lanka Foundation Institution in Colombo.

Speaking, he said that the public is of the view that the government faces no challenge beyond the regime. The challenges lie within the government itself.

Noting that issues are created by deliberately making simple matters complex, the minister said that there are persons within the government who plot to wreak such havoc.

Revised A/L exam rankings released

The erroneous District and national level rankings of the GCE Advanced Level Examination have been revised, the Department of Examination says.

The revised national and district Z-score rankings of the GCE A/L results were released last night (Dec. 26), Commissioner General of Examinations,  Anura Edirisinghe says.
The amended results can be accessed now on

Earlier yesterday, District and national level rankings of the GCE A/L Examination was suspended due to errors in calculation, said the Department of Examination.

The results of the examination were released on Dec. 25.

Monday, December 26, 2011

Errors in A/Level results :: District rankings of GCE A/L results cancelled

Secretary to the Ministry of Higher Education, Doctor Sunil Jayantha Navarathna says that the islandwide and district rankings issued  following the release of the GCE Advanced Level Examination results, have been cancelled.

The Advanced Level results which were released late last night contain errors in the calculation of district and island ranks.

There have been many reports from the different parts of the country that even the Z score and the results of certain students are erroneous. The Examination ministry previously stated that on the rankings were inaccurate. Some students allege that they have recieved results for subjects they werent candidates for during the examinations held in August.

The Inter University Students Federation (IUSF) urged the public not to accept Advanced Level results which were released on Sunday (25) and called on the government to evaluate it once again.
Convening a media briefing at the Kelaniya University, the convener of the IUSF Sanjeewa Bandara told that more than 100 students had spoken to them alleging that the Advanced Level results issued on Sunday contained errors in rankings, results that were issued and the Z score marks that were allocated .

UNP Colombo District Parliamentarian Sujeewa Senasinghe speaking to a news paper online today said that the Minister of Higher Education should resign forthwith due to the fiasco surrounding the Advanced Level results. “In a country that is governed by sound principles the Minister in charge would resign immediately, the Advanced Level exam is a turning point in any child's life and it is the future of these children that the authorities are playing with,” he said.

SB talks about exam results...

Tsunami... It has been 7 years....

It has been exactly seven years since the devastating tsunami wreaked havoc in the island and left bitter memories in the hearts and minds of those living especially along the coastal line of Sri Lanka.

A commemoration ceremony in memory of those who perished in the Tsunami at Peraliya was held today for the seventh consecutive year. The ceremony was held at the site where an ill fated train was washed away by the tidal waves.

The 2004 tsunami caused by a 9.0 magnitude earthquake under the Indian Ocean near the west coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra affected 13 districts in Sri Lanka on a bright sunny morning taking the beach goers, tourists, fishermen, and residents near the shore without a warning.

Sri lanka Lost 40 000+  Lives and approximately 500 000+ displaced...

The earthquake and resulting tsunami affected many countries in Southeast Asia and beyond, including Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, the Maldives, Somalia, Myanmar, Malaysia, Seychelles and others. Many other countries...  according to reports 283,100 killed and 1,126,900 people displaced from 2004 tsunami.
Although development and reconstruction has taken place, since the dreaded Tsunami, the shattered lives and hearts of those affected would take much longer to mend.

Tsunami Day Videos

Sunday, December 25, 2011

A/L results out today ?

Results of GCE Advanced Level Examination 2011 will be released today (Dec. 25) said the Department of Examination.

School principals in Colombo and Sri Jayewardenepura educational areas can collect the result sheets at the Department head office at Pelawatte in Battaramulla from 10.00 am onwards, said exams chief Anura Edirisinghe.

Other result sheets will be posted tomorrow itself, he said.

The results will also be published on the Department website

Luxury bus service on southern expressway

A luxury bus service is due to commence on January 01 on the southern expressway.

It is reported that Galle district MP Nishantha Muthuhettigama has imported the luxury buses to be deployed on this service.

The fare between Kottawa and Galle will be Rs. 380 per passenger.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

G.C.E. A/L results likely to be released by Tuesday

Deputy Minster of Higher Education Nandimitra Ekanayake said that they will be able to release the G.C.E. Advanced Level Examination results in three days.
Expressing his views to Newsfirst the Minister said that the results have now been handed over to the
University Grants Commission by the Examinations Department.

The Minister added that the results will be released upon the analysis of the results and the confirmation of the Z-scores.

Another victim of university Rag

A young undergraduate subjected to ragging has been transferred from Matara to Colombo National Hospital.

According to reports, she had suffered serious injuries to her hip, suffered during ragging at a canteen of Ruhuna University.

The 21-year-old humanities student Wathsala Kumuduni de Silva has said that around 100 second year students had pressed her so hard that she lost consciousness.

However, seniors have admitted to hospital saying she had fallen down a flight of stairs.
The girl had previously suffered injuries during leadership training at the Buwelikada Army Camp in Kandy.

Friday, December 23, 2011

KIK Cola Flash Mob - Nugegoda

Kik Cola together with Naadro have been catching crowds by surprise this season doing something refreshingly different, refreshingly Lankan.
Click below to take a look...

Kik Cola very first flash mob in Nugegoda.

Oshadi’s high demands

Popular film and teledrama actress Oshadi Hewamadduma says that she has skipped mega teledramas as directors of these productions were unable to meet to her high fees demands.

Speaking to a weekend tabloid, Oshadi had stated mega teledramas are being produced under such a backdrop.

She has said that she would consider two factors quite seriously if she was to act in mega teledramas. And these two factors are popularity and the fee.

Despite maintaining that mega teles are incapable of delivering an artistic creation, Oshadi has admitted that it is a good way to earn money.

Speaking further, Oshadi has said she had only contributed towards a few productions since her marriage.

However, 08 teledramas featuring Oshadi are to be telecast in the future.

W.M.N.J. Pushpakumara appointed Examinations Commissioner

W.M.J. Pushkpakumara has been appointed as the Examinations Commissioner with effect from January 1, 2012. The cabinet made this decision due to the fact that the current commissioner Anura Edirisinghe is scheduled to retire on December 31, 2011

First shots were fired from Bharatha’s side - CID

The CID informed the court yesterday (Dec. 22) it was from the Bharatha Lakshman Premachandra’s side that the first shots were fired in the Mulleriyawa gunfight.

SP of the CID Shani Abeysekara told Colombo additional magistrate Prasanna Alwis that two spent cartridges found from the scene confirmed that.

The cartridges were from the bullets fired from sergeant J. Gamini, the bodyguard of the slain presidential advisor, said the police officer.

The court was taking up the murder of the presidential advisor and three others in the incident on October 08.
Sergeant Gamini is still receiving treatment at Narahenpita Police Hospital under CID custody.

MP Duminda Silva, also injured in the shootout, is being treated at a private hospital in Singapore.

He was taken there November 02 in a jet specially equipped to transport patients, police said.

President’s counsel Hemantha Warnakulasuriya, who represents MP Silva, on November 28 produced 19 photographs of a scan, showing injuries to his brain and skull as well and entry and exit points of the bullets.

His submission also claimed the firing took place as the MP was looking at the ground, and after an exchange of blows, Premachandra fell to the ground first and MP Silva fell on top of him.

The PC said it was questionable who had shot the MP, adding that everything had happened within a space of 30 seconds.

All the other shots were fired after the MP was shot, he claimed.

The case will be taken up again on January 03.

source : srilankamirror

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Happy Sri Lankan Family Dance Videos

Found this videos in youtube and this family seems to be very happy family and they are good at what they do we guess.

Piti Koatapan

Mango Kalu Nande

Hodata Mathunu

Line Dancing

Some comments from youtube users

Love you all....great job.At da moment im missing my family & like 2 c a family like this...... Keep it up!!!

Loving every single second, wow awesome guys. Keep it up

haha Super kewl family :D keep dancing you all!

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Peradeniya campus suspends student unions

The Vice Chancellor of the Peradeniya University has suspended All Student Unions with effect from 2.00 pm today. The suspension came in light of the protest march the students had planned. The students were to come in procession from Peradeniya to Colombo but the march was halted due to a court order obtained against it.

The students then gathered at the Galaha Junction and were shouting slogans against the establishing of private universities, and the Minister of Higher Education S.B. Dissanayake amid heavy police and military presence. Subsequently leaders of the Student Unions addressed the gathering. Sources say that students from all Faculties and Unions participated in the protest.

The Vice Chancellor has issued notice suspending the Student Unions citing that the activities of the Unions has caused security concerns for the students and has also brought the university into disrepute. The Assistant Registrar in Charge of Student Affairs in the university has been ordered to seal all offices of the Unions and to take over the keys of the offices

First floating restaurant in Sri Lanka

The first floating reataurant in Sri Lanka was declared open by President Mahinda Rajapaksa. The primary cost of the first-ever floating restaurant named “Pontoon North 8” is 100 million.

The floating restaurant in the Beira Lake in Colombo named as the "Pontoon North 8" has been launched under the sponsorship of Cinnamon Lake Side Hotel. The 70 feet long restaurant can accommodate 100 persons.

 Defence Secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa, Secretary to the President, Lalith Weeratunga, Civil Aviation Service Minister, Piyankara Jayaratne, Sajin Vas Gunawardana, MP and Chairman John Keells, Susantha Ratnayake were also present at the event.

Rani.. Maharaja And the Stone

Ranil Wickremasinghe addressing a press conference said that his life and the party are in danger. He also added that disciplinary action will be initiated against all those who were involved in yesterday’s attack on Sirikotha and that he will exercise his full power as party leader to ensure this.

Property of the UNP headquarters and several nearby vehicles were damaged by party supporters following the leadership election. He also said that Sirasa and Kili Maharaja are a threat to country and UNP. UNP leader Ranil Wickremesinghe gave the Sirasa media person a huge stone that was thrown to the party headquarters at the conclusion of election of the parties office bearers and ask to hand it over to Mr. Kili maharaja.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Tense situation outside Sirikotha ( Video and photos )

A tense situation has been reported in front of Sirikotha, the UNP headquarters at Pitakotte following the announcement of results of the vote to elect key positions in the party.

Persons claiming to be UNP supporters have thrown stones and broken doors and windows of the headquarters building.
Fifteen persons including UNP Western Provincial Councilor Shiral Lakthilaka have been taken into custody so far in connection to the attack on Sirikotha yesterday (Dec. 19), SP Deshabandu Tennakoon said.

Several vehicles and property of UNP headquarters were damaged yesterday after party supporters pelted stones at the Sirikotha building and at police personnel following the UNP election to decided the party leader.

Loyalists of the party reacted after hearing that Ranil Wickramasinghe was reelected as UNP leader by beating Karu Jayasuriya in the election.

It was reported earlier today that UNP Southern Provincial Councilor Maithri Gunarathne and three Local Government members were also arrested by police for allegedly damaging the property of Sirkotha.

Shiral Lakthilaka along with MP Buddhika Pathirana in October were suspended from party membership impending investigation.

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