27th May 2016 21:09:18 Hours
Troops of the Security Force Headquarters-Mullaittivu (SFHQ-MLT) on account of the annual Vaihasi Pongal ceremony at Wattapalai Kovil in Mullaiitivu, extended their best cooperation during May 22-24.
26th May 2016 18:06:02 Hours
Intending to give a morale boost and appreciate arduous tasks being carried out by Army troops in the landslide-hit Aranayake areas, the Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Crishanthe De Silva..
26th May 2016 05:37:29 Hours
Several sub-headquarters including Divisions, Forward Maintenance Areas ,Brigades and Battalions serving island- wide Security Force Headquarters organized different progarmmes....
26th May 2016 00:31:23 Hours
Sri Lanka Army troops, including 1 Field Engineer Regiment this morning (25) hand in hand with the Ministry of Land Reclamation, began to clear the Dandugan Oya outfall at Ja-Ela which remained.......
24th May 2016 12:59:03 Hours
Army troops, engaged in search operations in landslide-hit Aranayaka areas by Monday (23) have managed to recover 24 dead bodies, including a child, six women and seventeen males, according.....
23rd May 2016 23:43:07 Hours
Despite inclement weather conditions and the catastrophic disaster, caused by landslides and torrential rains, Buddhists across the country marked the Vesak Full Moon Poya Day (May 21).....
23rd May 2016 23:35:24 Hours
All Security Force Headquarters (SFHQs) across the country offered their share to the commemoration of the annual Thrice Blessed Day, Vesak by organizing Aamisa and Prathipaththi programmes......
23rd May 2016 19:22:01 Hours
One more consignment of relief supplies, organized by the Army Seva Vanitha Unit (ASVU), following initiatives taken by Mrs Nayana de Silva, President, ASVU on the directions......
22nd May 2016 18:55:42 Hours
Lieutenant General Crishanthe De Silva, Commander of the Army, all ranks and members of the civil staff on this Thrice Blessed Day (Vesak Poya Day) wish all of You a very Peaceful Vesak !
22nd May 2016 18:29:53 Hours
Sri Lanka Army troops in the Colombo region after establishing more than five mobile medical units in public places where hundreds of displaced flood victims remain housed, have so far treated a total