The night club at the Wellawatte Global Towers Hotel pays Rs. 3 lakhs every month to Mervyn's lackey
The owners of the illegal night club that is operating on the 10th floor at the Global Towers Hotel in Wellawatte pays a sum of Rs. 3 lakhs every month to one Minister Mervynnn Silva'underworlddd members known as Maligawatte Ranji alias Donald, a senior officer from the Wellawatte Police said.
Mervyn summons his underworld lackey and shouts in filth
With the President's Media Unit informing Public Affairs and Public Relations Mervyn Silva about a story published in our website on the 26th morning stating “The night club at Wellawatte Global Towers Hotel pays Rs. 3 lakhs every month to Mervyn's lackey,” an angry Mervyn had summoned Maligawatte Ranji alias Donald.
"CIA spy" Davis was giving nuclear bomb material to Al-Qaeda, says report
Double murder-accused US official Raymond Davis has been found in possession of top-secret CIA documents, which point to him or the feared American Task Force 373 (TF373) operating in the region, providing Al-Qaeda terrorists with "nuclear fissile material" and "biological agents," according to a report.
The President has used his executive power to ensure that a Rajapaksa is re-appointed as the head of the Kataragama Devala. Shashindra Rajapaksa's term as the Basnayake Nilame of the devale is scheduled to end on March 16, 2011.
SLFP Secretary displeased with Namal being handed over the poll campaign
SLFP General Secretary and Minister Maithripala Sirisena is displeased with the fact that the President's eldest son, parliamentarian Namal Rajapaksa has been handed over the UPFA's local government election campaign, it is learnt.
Chandana Kathriarachchi gets money from the SLPA after being released from murder charges by the President
Former deputy minister Chandana Kathriarachchi, who was released from murder charged by President Mahinda Rajapaksa, had been paid a salary arrears of Rs. 162,000 by the Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) for holding the post of a port port coordinator.
An illegal financial institution supported by the Central Bank collects Rs. 2,200 million form depositors
CIFL Finance and Asset Company has collected Rs. 2.2 billion from 3761 depositors since 2006 and has failed to pay any interest for the monies and has not returned the monies to the depositors as well. Although depositors have been complaining about the matter to the Central Bank since 2009, no action has been taken.
Several political racketeers have artificially manipulated the stock market
A senior Finance Ministry official told Lanka News Web that the Colombo Stock Exchange (SEC) is facing the risk of crashing in the near future due to the artificial manipulation of the stock market by a few racketeers wielding political powers in order to make unwarranted gains.
Chairman of Merchant Bank of Sri Lanka (MBSL), M.R. Shah has provided financial assistance amounting to lakhs of rupees to several of his friends without considering their financial stability, a senior Finance Ministry official told Lanka News Web.