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  • New IT Centre at GW Regiment Centre Offers Training to War Heroes & Their Families

    The Army, with its proven capability to meet with any challenge, is to supplement its troops by imparting IT knowledge following a directive given by the Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya. The Gemunu Watch (GW) Regiment Centre at Kuruwita with the sole intention of disseminating IT knowledge among GW troops and family members of GW soldiers, had its state of the art new ‘Ranaviru Information Technology Training Institute’ opened on Saturday (26), along with a new Medical Centre in the Regiment Complex.

  • Nepal's Chief of Army Staff Arrives to a Warm Welcome

    Nepal’s Army Chief of Staff, General Gaurav Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana at the invitation of his Sri Lankan counterpart, Lieutenant General Daya Ratnayake, arrived in Sri Lanka on a 6 day official visit Saturday (1) evening. A red carpet welcome at the Colombo....
  • SF Troops in Vavuniya Recall Memories of Fallen Fellow-Soldiers

    Fellow-soldiers of the elite Special Forces (SF) in the Army recently saluted the memory of their workmates who perished during Wanni battles by erecting a special monumental plaque at Vavuniya SF Brigade Headquarters. Special Forces, who produced a fine blend of officers like.....

  • Wanni Based Troops Provide Shelter for a Widowed Family at Poonewa

    Troops of the Security Force Headquarters-Wanni (SFHQ-W) constructed a house with all facilities, worth of Rs. 1.5 million and handed it over on Saturday (24) to a needy widow and for her child by Major General Boniface Perera, Commander, SFHQ-W at Wedithibbagala, Poonewa. The plan and the construction of the house were carried out with the supervision and guidance of Lieutenant Colonel K.R.S.K.G Kahagalle, former Civil Affairs Officer, SFHQ-W.

  • Troops & Civilians Restore Movement Along Damaged Road

    The 12 km road stretch between Ayakachchi - Kaddaikadu road that connects to Kovilvayal, Mulliyan, Kevil and Kaddaikadu main areas in the Jaffna peninsula was completely renovated by the Engineer troops of the Army in cooperation with members of the civilians in the area. The road patch that remained completely damaged with many pot holes prevented vehicles engaged in commercial work and public transport services......
  • Resettlement in Welioya to be Completed Next Month

    THE resettlement of civilians in the Welioya area will be completed by the end of next month and the resettlement will be undertaken in the Kalyanipura, Morawewa and Gajabapura areas within the Welioya Divisional Secretariat Division, Senior Presidential Advisor and Parliamentarian Basil Rajapaksa said at the Welioya development and “Uthuru Wasanthaya” progress review meeting held at Mahaweli Community Training Centre in Welioya. He pointed out that the Government has been able to resettle the civilians and adopt measures to improve their livelihood due to the supreme sacrifices made by the gallant soldiers.

  • CTS Invokes Blessings on the Army

    THE STAFF at Ampara Combat Training School (CTS), on the instructions of its Commandant recently conducted a day of religious observances in order to invoke blessings on President Mahinda Rajapaksa, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya, Commander of the Army, all members of the Army and the country.

  • Youths of Indian & Sri Lankan Army Families Fuse Together Staging a Cultural Show

    Youth of both Sri Lankan and Indian Army families, perhaps for the first time in the country’s history, fused together Tuesday (4) evening at Colombo Defence Services College auditorium during a glittering ‘Cultural Show’, as part of a youth exchange project set in motion by the Viru Daru Society of Sri Lanka Army. A 25-member youth delegation, comprised of sons and daughters of Indian Army families is currently in Sri Lanka under the ‘Youth Exchange Programme’ of the Army’s Viru Daru Society.......

  • 8603 Army Absentees Reach Regimental Centres Seeking Discharge

    A total of  8603 absentees by Thursday (9) evening have reached their respective Regimental Centres in response to the general amnesty now in effect facilitating absentees to receive their discharge from the Army within a day or two under a new scheme, Brigadier Jayanath Jayaweera, Acting Military Spokesman, said.