Tuesday, July 31, 2012

The student died not because of Z scores police says | සිසුවිය වස බී ඇත්තේ Z අගය නිසා නොවෙයි

The female student from Dehiattakandiya who died by using poison, did so not because of an unjust Z score result, but because of a love affair, police spokesman says. The student first received a Z score result of 0.9637 and her district level score was 570. But in the July 22nd Z score result, she had received 1.1121 Z score, and her district level score was 375. So she would have been happy and had no cause to be disappointed with the second result, because it's better than firts results according to a police release.

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Local Cancer cure treatment is true? | පිළිකා නිට්ටාවට සුව කරන දේශීය ඖෂධය ඇත්තද?

Recently a news was published on few websites and news papers about a local cancer medicine that found by a doctor in Sri lanaka. He is saying that the medicine can destroyed the cancer cell within very short. period. But there is a doubt about this tiding and It is better to think twice before believing this. Cancer is a disease that can develop within any tissue or organ of the body. It's a condition in which cell mutations form and multiply at a fast rate, and in many cases they can invade other areas of the body. While the exact cause of cancer remains unknown, there are certain genetic abnormalities, carcinogens and viral agents associated with its development. Cancer cure treatments have been difficult to develop because of the way the disease develops within the body. Cancer takes root inside the genetic structures of a cell, and chromosomal instabilities give rise to mutations when cells begin to divide and multiply. Once a genetic abnormality is formed, cancer cells are able to multiply on their own without the normal controls imposed by the body, and tumors are formed from this rapid cell growth process. Part of the difficulty in curing the disease is developing a treatment capable of killing cancer cells without destroying healthy cells.

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Prevention,Symptoms and Treatment of Dengue | මාරාන්තික ඩෙංගු උණ ගැණ සැලකිලිමත් වෙමු

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), dengue is the most common mosquito borne viral disease in humans. Some 2.5 billion people, two-fifths of the world’s population are at risk from dengue fever, with an estimated fifty million infections worldwide every year. Dengue fever begins with a sudden high fever, often as high as 104 - 105 degrees Fahrenheit, few days after the infection. A flat, red rash may appear over most of the body 5 -7 days after the fever starts. A second rash, which looks like the measles, appears later in the disease. Infected people may have increased skin sensitivity and are very uncomfortable.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Bus incident at Southern Highway(Video) | දකුණු අධිවේගී මාර්ගයේ බසයක් එරෙයි(වීඩියෝ සහිතයි)

A Bus accident Happened at 2012 July 14 on the Southern Highway. You can watch the video and pictures of this incident below.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Mother and Father sell 6days old Baby | ‍යුවලක් තම දින 6ක් වයසැති බිළිඳිය රු50,000/=ට විකුණයි

Puttalam Police arrested a Mother and Father that tried to sell thir small baby, she was six days old and they have demanded RS50,000/= for this baby.

Vehicle falls into the Polgolla,Body found (Video) | පොල්ගොල්ලට වැටුණු රථයේ සිටි පුද්ගලයාගේ සිරුර හමුවේ (වීඩියෝ සහිතයි)

A person died after the car he was driving reportedly veered off the highway near Polgolla Dam in Katugastota and plunged into the Mahaweli River yesterday (2012-july 16) morning. Police said the accident had taken place at Dutugamunu Mawatha in Polgolla, Kandy. The car was found submerged in the river. The Police together with the people in the area pulled the vehicle out of the river by using ropes. Police said the body of a man, supposedly the person who drove it, was also recovered from the river. The body has been identified as that of Wijekoon Mudiyanselage Nayanajith Wijekoon, 36, Police said.

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Fire eruption at a Mines Bureau Office | භූ විද්‍යා හා පතල් කැණීම් කාර්යාංශ කාර්යාලයක ගින්නක්

A fire had erupted at the Badulla office of the Geological Survey and Mines Bureau (GSMB) at around 1.30 am today (15). The fire brigade of the Badulla Municipal Council and the Badulla Police had quelled the fire. However Valuable documents, several computers and other office equipment were destroyed before quell the fire. This office is responsible for the issuing of mining permits, carrying out raids, issuing of sand transportation permits, geological surveys, gemming at the Nuwara Eliya and Badulla area.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

New Method for Selecting University Students | සරසවියට සිසුන් තේරීම නව ක්‍රමයකට

The Z-score calculation for university admission is once again in the spotlight following Supreme Court decision, with the new development bringing fresh hope to some students and confusion to others while education authorities are embroiled in a blame game. The Supreme Court ordered the University Grants Commission (UGC) to annul the 2011 G.C.E. Advanced Level examination Z-score calculation and recalculate for the old and new syllabus separately.

Friday, July 13, 2012

75MW more power from Upper kothmale hydropower Power Station | ඉහළ කොත්මලෙන් තව මෙගාවොට් 75ක්

The Upper Kotmale Dam (Upper Kotmale Hydropower Project) is the third largest hydroelectric dam in the Sri Lanka. It was completed the half of power generation of this hydroelectric power station at end of March 2012. The second 75MW power capacity will be added to Sri Lankan electrical power system tomorrow (2012 July 14).
The Project was carried out with the assistance of Japanese grant of Japanese yen 37,817million by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation and Rs.8.548 million was funded by the Ceylon Electricity Board, The entire project covers an area of approximately 540 km2 (208 sq mi), and is developed in five phases.

New secretaries have been appointed to 18 Ministries | අමාත්‍යාංශ 18 කට නව ලේකම්වරුන් පත්කරයි

President Mahinda Rajapaksa has appointed new secretaries to 18 ministries. President’s Media Unit Coordinating Secretary Wijayananda Herath said that the appointment letters were presented to the new secretaries at a ceremony held in the Temple Trees. Addressing the new Secretaries the President pointed out them that their responsibility is to enhance the productivity of the institutions that come under respective ministries. They should also set an example to the country by achieving their duty efficiently. The Secretary should practically visit the relevant institutions and instruct the officials to carryout duties in people friendly manner. Their duty is to render utmost service for the public according to the policy of the government.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Sanath Jayasuriya files for divorce

Gossip9.lk : Former Sri Lanka cricketer and a politician  Sanath jayasuriya is living with his second marriage wife Sandra De Silva, Sanath and Sandra have 3 children now. Sanath Jayasuriya files for divorce recently.

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Use Medicines Safely | ඖෂධ භාවිතයේදී සැලකිලිමත් වෙමු

Medicines can help you feel better and get well. But if you don’t follow the directions, medicines can hurt you. You can lower your chances of side effects (unwanted or unexpected effects) from medicines by following directions carefully. Side effects may be mild, like an upset stomach. Other side effects can be more serious, like damage to your liver. When you follow the directions on the medicine’s label or from your pharmacist, doctor, or nurse, you get the best results. There are simple steps you can take to avoid problems.

Sunday, July 01, 2012

Strange surgery of a hand that was detached | වෙන් වූ අතක් යළි බද්ධ කල විශ්මිත සැත්කම

This strange surgery was conducted at the Colombo General hospital. On the 21st June 2012, 31 year old Nishantha Kumara, a resident of kegalle, Imbuldeniya had been involved in this incident at around 6:30pm in the evening. A person had cut Nishantha’s hand using a katty in near to Ambuwangala road. Nishantha’s hand was separated hand into two parts and his family members had admitted him immediately to the Kegalle hospital. The staff at the Kegalle General hospital had transferred him to Colombo General Hospital.

Samsung Galaxy S III was introduced to Sri Lanka | සැම්සුන් ගැලැක්සි S III ලංකාවේ වෙලඳපොලට

Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S III was launched in Sri Lanka yesterday (2012 June 20) at Cinnamon Grand Hotel in Colombo. The event was attended by Managing Director , Samsung India Electronics Pvt. Ltd. 
Speaking at the launch, Managing Director, Samsung India Electronics Pvt. Ltd, Sri Lanka Branch office – Mr. H.K. Chang said, “The Galaxy SIII is inspired by nature and human capabilities. It is effortlessly smart and intuitively simple by design. It is a fascinating example of how design and technology can be combined with intelligence and imagination to create innovative new products. The strong adoption of Smartphones by the Sri Lankan market has encouraged us to sustain the excitement in the marketplace by launching flagship, iconic devices like the Galaxy SII, Galaxy Note and today, the Samsung Galaxy SIII”
The phone’s most innovative feature is built-in face-tracking and voice control – allowing, Samsung claims, for a more ‘natural’ control system. Other innovations include what Samsung claims is a ‘more intelligent’ lock system, that keeps the screen ‘awake’ when the phone’s camera senses eyes watching it, rather than turning it off.

Son and Daughter arrested for killing Father | පියාගේ මරණය ගැන වසර 16 ට පසු පුතු හා දියණිය අත්අඩංගුවට

A Son and a Daughter were arrested for killing their Father in Mahawela, Hathaminagala Kolaniya area. Police said that They had killed Their father and put his body in to Ambanganga river around sixteen years ago.

3000 people living with AIDS | ලංකාවේ ඒඩ්ස් රෝගින් 3000ක්

There are 1503 identified people who living with HIV/AIDS and number of estimated HIV/AIDS people are 3000, HIV Unit, Department of Communicable Diseases says. Doctor Gayani Nanayakkara presented sri lankan HIV/AIDS Statistics at Hotel Panorama, Kalutara.