AIRPORT and Aviation Services (Sri Lanka) Limited (AASL) has donated the highest ever sigle donation - Rs. 14 million - to the fund in aid of the war heroes who sacrificed their lives and fought the three decade old terrorist war to an end. This large sum of money collected under the guidance of Ports and Civil Aviation Minister Chamal Rajapaksa was presented to President Mahinda Rajapaksa by Chairman of Airport and Civil Aviation Company Prasnna Wickremasuriya.
CIVIL-ARMY relations in the Jaffna peninsula are getting further strengthened day by day as the Army after assessing ground realities has come forward to assist the students, too. Towards the end of December 2009, 521 and 523 Brigade troops under 52 Division visited several schools in their areas and donated gift parcels and lunch packets to candidates sitting the GCE (O/L) examination. Gift parcels contained exercise books, pens, instrument boxes, drawing books, etc that can be used by students for their examination work and further studies.
On par with age-old practices of the Sri Lankan warriors, soldiers serving the 62 Division under the guidance of General Officer Commanding Brigadier G. J. L. Waduge, have recently carried out many construction projects in Mullaitivu, Trincomalee and Anuradhapura districts. Troops of the 9th (Volunteer) Battalion......
THE RANAVIRU SEVA AUTHORITY (RSA) requests all Sri Lankans to light an oil lamp on Ranaviru Day (tomorrow) at 7.00 p.m. to remember War Heroes who sacrificed their lives to free the country from LTTE terrorism. Ranaviru Seva Authority Director Sriya Danansuriya said special religious observances will be held on Ranaviru Day.