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AMARASURIYA - OLGA MERLYN PERERA - Safe in the Arms of Jesus. Dearly beloved daughter of the late Lionel and Beatrice Amarasuriya,​ dearly beloved sister of Pearl de Mel,​ Erica Fernando late Monica de Silva,​ late Dr Roy Amarasuriya,​ Shelton,​ Lyn,​ June Gunasekera and Chintha,​ loving sister-in-law of I.D.T. (Ian) de Mel,​ late J.S.L (Leslie) Fernando,​ late Leo de Silva,​ Dorothy,​ Jayanthi and Duncan Gunasekera. Remains lie at A.F. Raymonds Funeral Parlour. Funeral on Tuesday 11th April 2017 at 4.00 p.m. at the General Cemetery Kanatta (Anglican Section),​ after Service at the Parlour at 3.30 p.m. No. 122/​22A,​ Arnolda Place,​ off Kirulapone Avenue,​ Colombo 5.046422

KURALAKULASINGHAM - PAKI. At rest with Jesus. Sister of Chandra,​ Dr. Rajah (USA),​ Rani Ahmed (UK) and the late Richard,​ Bo,​ Nimal and Karuni Kuralakulasingham. Funeral service at Barney Raymond Funeral Parlour on Tuesday 11th April at 3.00 p.m. followed by burial in the Christian Section of the General Cemetery,​ Kanatte Borella at 4.00 p.m.046374

KURUPPU - CHITRAL RAJA (CR) - Husband of Shakuntala,​ father of Sonali and Kishan,​ son of the late Jayaweera and Clara Kuruppu,​ father-in-law of Shalini Kuruppu,​ grandfather of Sarvesh,​ brother of Upali and late Swarna,​ passed away. Remains lie at A.F. Raymond Funeral Parlour on Tuesday 11th April 2017,​ funeral arrangements will be notified later.046432

MANICKAM - BEATRICE (nee DHASON) - At Rest with Jesus. Daughter of late Jesu Batham and Lizzy Dhason,​ beloved wife of late Jackson Manickam,​ loving sister of Dudley,​ Sydney,​ late Rajeswary,​ Gertrude,​ Indra,​ Jeyakumari,​ Ranjith and Annesly,​ sister-in-law of Stella,​ late George,​ Sam,​ Gladwin and Malathy,​ loving aunt of Niranjan and Astrid (Dubai),​ Naomi (Adelaide) and Andrew,​ Shayani (USA),​ Niroshi (Canbbera) and Sheahan (Melbourne),​ Roshni (Sydney) and Naren and Yohan. Cortege leaves residence 149/​5,​ Suvisudharama Road,​ Colombo 06 on 12th April at 4 p.m. for Burial at General Cemetery Kanatte (Anglican Section) at 4.30 p.m.046430

PERERA - LALITHA MALINI (nee JAYASURIYA) - Wife of late Vernon,​ mother of Nadeesha,​ mother-in-law of Lashan Egalahewa,​ grandmother of Vian and Ciara,​ sister of Chithrangani,​ Padmini,​ Laxman and late Neil,​ Vivian and Chandra. Remains lie at Jayaratne Funeral Parlour. Cortege leaves parlour at 02.30 p.m. on Tuesday (Today) 11th April for Cremation at General Cemetery,​ Borella at 3 p.m.046401

PERERA - MARY AGNES - Wife of late Newton Anthony Perera,​ mother of Oneil Perera (Aramex and Postaplus - Kuwait),​ Neville Perera (Bharthi Airtel Lanka),​ mother-in-law of Rohinie & Bergie (HNB),​ grandmother of Louise,​ Claudia,​ Sandra,​ Jessica,​ Kevin,​ Leeza & Jacintha. Remains lie at A.F. Raymond’s Funeral Parlour,​ cortege leaves the Parlour at 2.00 p.m. on Wednesday 12th April for Burial at St. Peter & Paul Church Cemetery Ragama at 3.30 p.m.046428

SENEVIRATHNE - M. LALITH DE SILVA - (Retired Inspector of Police),​ Dearly beloved husband of Gayathri Priyadarshani De Silva Senevirathne,​ loving father of Shalani Dinushika (Ceylinco Insurance) and Manul,​ Hansaja - Student Issipathana College,​ brother of Sri Lal,​ Rohini,​ Sanath,​ Subashini,​ Nishani and late Ananda and Ranjan,​ brother-in-law of Sepali,​ Kamanie and late Leelani,​ retired Inspector of Police M. Lalith De Silva Senevirathne,​ expired. Cremation at General Cemetery Waskaduwa at 4.00 p.m. on 12th Wednesday April 2017. 243,​ Sri Dheerakkana Mawatha,​ Pohaddaramulla,​ Wadduwa.046427

WIJESINHA - BERTIE (R.B.) - Beloved husband of Dorothy,​ much loved father of late Maya Pelpola and of Nedra,​ Rohan and Dameshk,​ father-in-law of Ananda Wijeratne and Sharika,​ Jayewardene,​ adored grandfather of Charith,​ late Nishan and of Acushla and Ranoukh,​ expired. Remains lie at his residence No. 15A,​ School Lane,​ Gangodawila,​ Nugegoda. Thereafter remains will be taken to St. Thomas’ College Chapel,​ Mt.Lavinia on Wednesday 12th April at 9 a.m. Service at 2 p.m. Thereafter cremation at General Cemetry,​ Borella at 4 p.m.046423

 

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The GMOA is no a trade union but a professional organisation. However their behaviour is highly unprofessional and inconsiderate to suffering people. They enhold the country to ransom. Time for Government to take strong measures to stop their ambitious irresponsible thrust.. Free education has facilitated these ruffians to get a book degree at the expense of the country. They lack ethics and decorum and are only a bane to society that cultivated such scoundrels. Their conduct should be stiffled by imposition of taxes on income,stoppage of car permits and other perks granted to this mafia of these ungrateful elements who call themselves professionals, BUT where is that professionalism! Their attempt to topple the government to acheive their ends is the icing on the cake which must become a deadly poison as their reward.

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