Stick to mandate, SLMM told
THE Government yesterday warned the Sri Lanka
Monitoring Mission (SLMM) that it will not hesitate to subject the
monitors to security checks if they continue to misuse their
immunity in a manner prejudicial to Sri Lanka’s sovereignty.
Lankan HR delegation refuted baseless allegations - SCOPP Chief
THE 6th session of the United Nations Human
Rights Council was concluded in Geneva without any resolution on Sri
Lanka despite dire criticism regarding human rights violations in
Sri Lanka by some local and foreign NGOs, the Opposition, LTTE and
some newspapers and websites, Secretary General of the Secretariat
for Coordinating the Peace Process, Prof. Rajiva Wijesinha said.
Jobs assured for Tharuna Aruna graduates
THE Ministry of Education has taken steps to
absorb to the Government service all Tharuna Aruna graduates who
have successfully undergone the training programme conducted by the
Ministry of Education.
Wellassa Udana Scheme to irrigate over 4,000 acres
THE inaugural release of water in the ‘Weli Oya
Amuna’ under the Wellassa resurgence scheme, will take place this
morning under the auspices of President Mahinda Rajapaksa,
President’s Media sources said.