The Maligawatta Additional Magistrate on 4th April ordered to confiscate a stock of 17,150 kilos of Nadu rice, which the trader refused to sell and deposit the money in the Consumer Affairs Authority account. The trader was fined Rs 12,500 as well.
Taking another step forward in enhancing German-Sri Lanka relations, the Ministry of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine of Sri Lanka and Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany signed an agreement to improve its collaborations in the field of Medicine on Friday (31st March) at the Medical Faculty of Heidelberg University.
SriLankan Airlines will resume normal operations throughout its global route network from 7th April 2017, following the resumption of full services at Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA), which had been partially closed for three months while its runway underwent resurfacing.
The Ministry of Parliamentary Reforms and Mass Media together with the Department of Government Information will review the progress and the shortcomings of the implementation of the RTI Act after three months, said the Director General of Department of Government Information Dr. Ranga Kalansooriya.
Responding to a fire distress, alarmed by a local agent of container vessel MSC ‘Daniela’, Sri Lanka Navy dispatched two Fast Attack Craft (FAC) P 436 and P 412 to the location assisting Sri Lankan Port Authority tugs, Rawana and Maha Wewa.
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr. Harsha de Silva on a visit to Australia last week on an invitation extended by the Australian Government under their Special Visitor Program sought to utilise the expertise of Australia which is one of the world’s leading explorers of minerals and metals, to expand the investment opportunities in the mineral sector of Sri Lanka.