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Pakistan always stood side-by-side with Sri Lanka in the time of need

After efficaciously completed its 04 day rescue, relief and rehabilitation operations to allay the aftermath of recent floods and mudslides in Sri Lanka, before Pakistan Naval Ship Zulfiquar left for Pakistan.

Acting High Commissioner Dr  Sarfraz Sipra addressing the officers and men of PNS Zulfiquar
Acting High Commissioner Dr  Sarfraz Sipra presenting souvenir to Commander PNS Zulfiquar
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American People Contribute LKR 350 Million for Sri Lanka Flood Relief

U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka Atul Keshap joined President Maithripala Sirisena to announce approximately LKR 350 million ($2.3 million) in humanitarian assistance from the United States government and people to help victims of flooding and landslides in Sri Lanka. The aid will be used to provide safe drinking water, hygiene kits, emergency shelter materials, home repair kits, and critical health care services to stave off diseases. " class="caption" align="right" />

U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka Atul Keshap joined President Maithripala Sirisena to announce LKR 350 million in humanitarian assistance to help people affected by the flooding and landslides in Sri Lanka
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Kekhrie Yhome says he would give a fight against Dr. Shurhozelie in the coming by-election

The ruling NPF Party’s dream to see that Chief Minister Dr. Shurhozelie win unopposed in the coming by-election of the 10 Northern Angami-I Assembly Constituency shattered as Kekhrie Yhome, a young outspoken and educationist, declared that he would give a fight against the former.

Kekhrie Yhome
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Sri Lanka’s National Flower adorns DC’s International Floral Exhibit

A magnificent blue water lily (nil manel) floral display lent unique Sri Lankan flavor to the International Floral Exhibit at National Cathedral’s Flower Mart held on May 5 and 6 in Washington D.C.

Sri Lanka’s National Flower adorns DC’s International Floral Exhibit
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Women, Girls & Pregnant Women & Children Worst Affected By Floods & Landslides

As of 1 June , about 658,490 people across 15 districts have been affected by floods and landslides triggered by heavy monsoon rains which began last week. Of the affected people, it is estimated that at least 150,000 are women and girls of reproductive age, 7,600 are pregnant women and over 189,000 children are affected by the disaster.

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Fortune of HUI Ka Yan, chairman of China Evergrande surge at least by US$10 billion

Hui Ka Yan, chairman of China Evergrande Group, has seen his fortune surge by at least $10 billion this year as shares of his property company have almost tripled.

Fortune  of HUI Ka Yan, chairman of China Evergrande surge at least by  US$10 billion
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Flood Relief - A Proud Father.

This is an account given by on Mr. Prasanna, a proud Sri Lankan father, about his daughter Ruwani, at present in Sri Lanka involved in relief and rescue work. “They are the unsung heroes .... presently there are so many doing selfless deeds like this ...” Bless them with strength and courage.

Rue flood relief Brefing with SLN Officers
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Pakistan’s Naval Ship arrives with Relief Goods

In a bid to help its Sri Lankan brethren, the Naval Ship PNS ZULFIQUAR dispatched by Government of Pakistan has arrived with relief goods at Colombo Port,yesterday.

Acting High Commissioner Dr  Sarfraz Sipra handing over relief goods to Minister for Foreign Affairs  Ravi Karunanayake
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Strong earthquake hits one of Indonesia’s Islands -Sulawesi

An earthquake with magnitude 6.8 occurred 27km NW of Kasiguncu,Sulawesi, Jakarta, 30 May, (Asiantribune.com):, Indonesia at 14:35:21.09, UTC (Coordinated Universal Time), May 29, 2017.

Strong earthquake hits one of  Indonesia’s  Islands -Sulawesi
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Tiger Woods arrested for drunk-driving charge in Florida

The legendary golfer was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in South Florida early Monday when a police smelled alcohol on his breath during a traffic stop and Woods refused to take a Breathalyzer, a report said.

Tiger Woods arrested for drunk-driving charge in Florida
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