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News Archive

  • Army Responds to the Situation & Provides Relief

    Sri Lanka Army troops, swiftly responding to the ravaging flood catastrophe, have rescued more than 450 civilians, marooned or trapped in Polonnaruwa, Gravel Kanda, Pallakkadu, Thoppigala, Ampara, Vellaweli areas in the east and elsewhere with the use of Army boats and equipment. On the instructions of the Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya, General Officers Commanding in affected areas are implementing various prioritized flood relief roles, evaluating developments in worst-hit areas.  
     

  • 3 Day Long Yoga Workshop Brings Mental Happiness to 643 Brigade Troops

     
    A reputed Yoga guru conducted a  3 day long workshop for troops and members of the civil staff serving the 643 Brigade area following an initiative taken by Colonel K.D.C.J. Thilakarathne, 643 Brigade Commander. The workshop, meant to raise mental courage, cohesion, tranquillity and harmony among some 200 plus officers and other ranks, attached to 17 Sri Lanka Artillery, 30 Sri Lanka National Guard and 31 Sri Lanka National Guard.....
     
  • Kilinochchi People Alerted to Malaria Epidemic

     
    To mark the World’s Malaria Day, which fell on 25 April, a detachment of the Sri Lanka Armoured Corps under Security Force Headquarters-Kilinochchi conducted an awareness programme on ‘Malaria’. Officers and other rankers from all Divisions, Brigades and Battalions participated in the awareness programme by distributing leaflets among people in Kilinochchi and suburbs.
  • Army Achievements in Sports Given Cash Incentives


    Sportsmen and women who made the Army proud fetching laurels from both local and overseas tournaments were feted and awarded cash gifts by the Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Daya Ratnayake on Thursday (10) after inviting them to his office at the Army Headquarters. Private A.W.M.R.A.H Bandara of 5 (v) Sri Lanka Army Women’s Corps and...... 
     
  • Injured Civilians Rushed to Hospital

    JAFFNA: FOUR CIVILIANS sustained injuries due to explosion of a land mine while they were collecting sand in the village area of MULLI Friday (25) evening around 7.30 p.m.. THAVARASA DINESH, S. ILLANTHIRIYAN, S. SURENDRAN and GEORGE WOOROW were injured in the explosion of the land mine, believed to have been buried by LTTE terrorists in the area some time back before they were defeated. Injured sand miners were rushed to JAFFNA hospital.

  • Fire Fighters Busy Dousing Arty Fire

    VAVUNIYA: A section of unserviceable artillery ammunition, kept aside in one corner of the WANNI Security Forces Headquarters in VAVUNIYA caught fire this evening at about 5.45 pm while soldiers were removing them to be taken to a more secured area before disposal. At the time this report was pasted, fire fighters were battling to minimize further spread of it. It is believed the fire has erupted by accident.

  • Diyatalawa Fox Hill Super Cross Attracts Record Crowds


    This year’s Sri Lanka’s No. 1 Motor Sports event, ‘Fox Hill Super Cross’ that brought thousands of fans to the chilly garrison town, Diyatalawa, took place on Saturday (16) with several distinguished guests in attendance. First Lady Mrs Shiranthi Rajapakse, Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya, Mrs Manjulika Jayasuriya, President, Seva Vanitha Army Branch (SVAB) were among distinguished guests who witnessed the mammoth event.
     
  • 'Poojaniyai Oba' Pays Tribute to Parents of Fallen War Heroes


    The Seva Vanitha Army Branch (SVAB) – initiated ‘Poojaniyai Oba - Mau Piya Upahara’ felicitation ceremony that paid tribute to a cross-section of the parents of fallen War Heroes of the Army, took place at Colombo Tower Hall Thursday (31) morning.