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News Archive

  • SLAVF's Annual Mega Athletic Tournament Ends with New Records

    Sri Lanka Army Volunteer Force (SLAVF) officers and other rankers who turned athletes for the three-day long ‘Inter Regiment Athletic Championship Tournament - 2015’ that got off on Tuesday (14) at Diyagama Stadium, Diyagama, finished their year’s pinnacle of pride with a number of new athletic records on Thursday (16) evening amid rousing enthusiasm.
  • Jaffna Bishop Happy About Security in Jaffna

    Jaffna Bishop Rt Rev Fr Dr Thomas Saundernayagam, in a letter addressed to Major General Mahinda Hathurusinghe, attributes the significant drop in the Jaffna crime rate to the intensified new security measures of the Army and the Police now in effect. The Bishop commending the role of the Army, assisted by the Police went on to state that timely action of the Security Forces in the peninsula drastically lessened the number of.....

  • Totally Dependent Southern War Heroes To Be Housed In Second Wellness Resort, 'Abimansala-2': Ground Breaking on Thursday (19)

    Sri Lanka Army, affording its deserving recognition as well as the most vital element of sharing and caring to permanently dependent valiant unsung War Heroes of our times,  is set to embark on the challenging task of erecting the second wellness resort, ‘Abimansala-2’ in the South at Wilpitawatta, Udumulla under Athuraliya Divisional Secretariat. The auspicious ground-breaking and foundation-laying ceremony for this state of the art complex for lifetime rest and relaxation for.....

  • Etisalat Sponsorship Gives a Fillip to Army Rugby

    Etisalat repeating its encouraging initiatives for the promotion of Army Rugby in the organization is to sponsor the Army Rugby team participating in the forthcoming Rugby Tournament - 2013. Mr Duminda Ratnayake, Chief Executive Officer, Etisalat after meeting the Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya......

  • Wanni Commander Visits Several Battalions

    Major General Boniface Perera, Commander, Security Force Headquarters Wanni, (SFHQ-W) with the motive of inspecting visited the Anuradhapura Army Base Hospital and 3 Sri Lanka Army Medical Corps (SLAMC) in Anuradhapura on Wednesday (9). 
  • Army Rugby Receives Fillip from Milco Company

    Army Rugby received a welcome fillip on Friday (29) when Milco Company Limited as an organization that generally lends its helping hand for promotion of sports in Sri Lanka, offered year-round sponsorship assistance to the Army Rugby team. This goodwill gesture of sponsorship was symbolically handed over to the Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya this morning (29) by Mr Sunil Wickramasinghe.....

  • More Than 204 Army Personnel Give Blood for Patients

    Troops of the 12 Division, commanded by Brigadier D.S.N.K Senadheera, General Officer Commanding with the objective of assisting patients in Hambantota hospitals, conducted a blood donation campaign at the 12 Division Headquarters for the 4th consecutive time on Tuesday (23). A group of 204 officers and other ranks serving the 12 Division from various Brigades, Training Schools and Units joined the day’s programme at Hambantota.
  • 'LTTE Fall will Alter Drug Trade in India'

    THE DEFEAT of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) and the death of its chief Velupillai Prabhakaran will change the dynamics of the drug trade in the subcontinent like never before, say experts.Mumbai was a key link in this supply chain as LTTE's conduits often used the city to bring in drugs from Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and the Punjab border. The consignments were then transported to coastal towns in Tamil Nadu such as Tuticorin, Rameshwaram, Ramnad, Nagapattinam, Kochi and a host of localities inhabited by fishing communities on the south-east coast. From there, the drugs would be shipped to Velvettiturai, a township located along the northern coast of Sri Lanka and formerly under LTTE control.

  • 114-Special Telephone Number For Colombo Security

    THE PUBLIC are requested to use the telephone facility 114 if they need to inform the Security Forces of any suspicious items or parcels or activity that would affect peace within city limits in Colombo or in the suburbs. Such information will be treated highly confidential, the Army Headquarters announced.