CID focuses once again on the priceless gem that has gone missing from the President's House
Several senior members of the CID are once again inquiring into the investigation that was held into the priceless gem that went missing from the President's House during the tenure of President D.B. Wijetunge, the B report that was filed in court on the matter and to the outcome of the legal proceedings, Lanka News Web learns.
The investigation at the time was conducted by ASP Mutubanda and SI R.L Chandrasiri.
Civilians in two camps asked to leave on a Presidential order
TNA parliamentarian Shivashakthi Anandan has said that civilians who were in the Punthottam and Sithambapuram in Vavuniya for the past 17 years due to the conflict in the Mullaitivu and Kilinochchi areas in the Jaffna District have been asked to immediately vacate the camps and return to their home towns.
JVP's stance on federalism has not changed – JVP Propaganda Secretary
JVP Propaganda Secretary Vijitha Herath said that there was no change in the party's stance when it accepts federalism, as the founder leader of the party, Rohana Wijeweera also accepted federalism since 1982.
Rosy's vehicle that was attacked by government goons was given by the government
The jeep that was attacked by members from the President's Security Division (PSD) along with thugs sent by parliamentarians Duminda Silva and Thilanga Sumathipala, which was used by UNP MP Rosy Senanayake, had been given for a personal use by a big shot in the government, sources from Temple Trees said.
First Son and parliamentarian Namal Rajapaksa provides UNP MP Buddhika Pathirana with stamps worth thousands of rupees on a monthly basis for his personal use, sources from the Presidential Secretariat said.
The decision not to give nominations to relatives has not applied to deputy minister Rohitha in Kalutara
President Mahinda Rajapaksa's decision not to give nominations from the UPFA to relatives of government MPs and ministers has not been applied in the Kalutara District, a senior minister told Lanka News Web.
He said that SLFP organizer for the Kalutara District and deputy port development minister Rohitha Abeygunawardena had included several of his relatives in the nomination lists for the Kalutara Urban Council and the Kalutara Pradeshiya Sabha.
Minister SB's wife forcibly takes hold of a house in Colombo with the help of the IGP
Higher Education Minister S.B. Dissanayake's wife Tamara Dissanayake has forcibly taken charge of a valuable house in Barnes Place, Colombo with the help of IGP Dr. Mahinda Balasuriya, a senior official from the Police Headquarters told Lanka News Web.
Statement by Hon. Karu Jayasuriya, Deputy Leader UNP,
On the decision taken by the Commissioner of Elections to postpone elections of 60 local government bodies
We express our displeasure regarding the decision taken by the Commissioner of Elections to postpone elections of 60 local government bodies indefinitely, even prior to an order is made by the Courts, where 60 petitions have been filed challenging the rejection of nominations.
This refers to the Article Published on your website Related to the Above finance Companies on the 11th Of Feb 2011.
It highlight the fact that Central Investments And Finance Limited is Not paying the Interest Or capital to the Depositors, And I would like to bring it your Attention that the Company Should be CIFL Finance and Asset Management Limited, The company Currently In trouble along with the Industrial Finance Limited.
Secondly It Appears that the ASPIC CHAIRMAN is at the back of the scene and handling the issue,
Police Spokesperson SP Preshantha Jayakody says that the inquiry reports into the two persons allegedly involved in the arson attack on LankaEnews office have not been presented to courts since the investigation into the attack has not yet beenconcluded.