The Government will introduce the ‘Super LARC’ system of compensation to those affected by the Uma Oya Multi-purpose Development Project, said State Minster for Mahaweli Development, Mahinda Amaraweera.
Sri Lanka has picked three countries to supply 200,000 MT rice immediately to meet the shortfall in its domestic market.
Railway Department announces that six special trains will be deployed on 29th and 30th July for the pilgrims participating in the ‘Pichcha Mal Poojawa’ to be held in Anuradhapura.
Hundreds of Army troops are currently engaged in dengue eradication campaign in Western Province, Army Media stated.
The army established medical laboratory near Negombo Hospital has completed 1,500 free screening of blood samples for civilians for Dengue fever by Thursday (6th July), states army media.
The National Water Supply and Drainage Board said that water supply in Kotte area will be disrupted for twelve hours from 2.00 p.m. on 9th July.
Police officers together with the Army have raided 98 individuals in Western Province for illegal garbage dumping from 3rd to 4th July.
The National Policy on Health Information developed by the Ministry of Health was launched yesterday (6th July) at BMICH under the patronage of Health Secretary Janaka Sugathadasa.
Department of Census and Statistics (DCS) has made arrangements to conduct a Labour Demand Survey for the first time in the country in July this year.
Following a first round of assessment, Sri Lanka has decided to take a closer look at four international rice suppliers to meet its urgent market need.