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Uva PC polls free and fair: Elections Chief

However, election monitors said that several minor incidents of election related violence had been reported from the Uva Province within the day.

Four soldiers dead, 6 injured at Ambepussa camp

Four army soldiers were killed while another 6 was injured after an earth bund collapsed on them at the Ambepussa army camp premises today, military spokesman Brigadier Ruwan Wanigasuriya said.

For Uva Situation Nimal Siripala De Silva is responsible: The President

The Srilankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has said that The Uva Situation is due to Nimal Siripala De Silva.

Maldives President Meets Mahinda Rajapaksa

The Maldives President Abdulla Yameen met the Srilankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa. During their meetings both the leaders were discussing about the ways and means to make the SAARC Organization suitable for the South Asian people.

Sinhala Medium Accusing against the U.N.P for forgetting J.R. Jayewardene

The Mawbima Sinhala news paper report has accused the United National Party for completely forgotten the former President J.R. Jayewardene.

40% voter turnout as at 12 noon

As at 12 noon over 40% voter turnout has been reported in Moneragala district while 30% voter turnout has been reported in Badulla district as at 10 am, election returning offices said.

Second Police Parade for this year is going to take place in Hatton Today

On 20/09/2014 at Hatton the Second Police Parade for this year is going to take place under the leadership of Hatton Police Chief Superintendent Saman Ratnayake.

India destroys LTTE detonators, bombs

The Nagapattinam police in Tamil Nadu have destroyed a large quantity of explosives seized from the LTTE, an Indian media report said today.

Imprisonment for the Police Constable who received bribe for Rs.10,000/-

A Police Constable has been sentenced to imprisonment for receiving a bribe for Rs.10,000-

Legal actions should be taken against those, who trapped the Nation under the burden of Debt: Kiriella

The United National Party Member of the Parliament Lakshman Kiriella has said, “Legal Actions should be taken against those, who trapped the Nation under the heavy burden of Debt”.