Cancers will be a huge threat in the future in Sri Lanka among other non communicable diseases (NCDs), said Health Minister Rajitha Senarathne. At present heart diseases take number one position while in the future cancers will replace heart diseases.
Minister of Foreign Employment Thalatha Athukorala said that a decision will be taken regarding the countries that are not providing protection, safety, and welfare for Sri Lanka migrant workers and she would not hesitate to curb sending them to those countries.
Sri Lanka Navy’s Community Service Project under the directives of the Commander of the Navy, Vice Admiral Ravindra Wijegunaratne donated four more Reverse Osmosis (RO) Plants for community use yesterday (27th Dec.).
Many inland reservoirs which are imperative in freshwater fisheries were at risk of drying up due to the arid weather condition that prevailed island wide this year. However freshwater fisheries industry has become capable of achieving a huge success in spite of the unfavorable weather conditions, said Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture development Mahinda Amaraweera.
Sri Lanka Information and Communication Technology Agency (ICTA) together with the IT division of the Ministry of Education have taken steps to further strengthen the Information Technology Students’ Clubs established in schools island-wide.