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  • 68 Division Troops Listen to Lecture on Moral Development & Effectiveness

    In order to promote Moral Development and Positive Thinking among Army personnel, the 68 Division of the Security Force Headquarters-Mullaittivu (SFHQ-MLT) on Tuesday (4) took initiatives to organize two separate workshops for officers and soldiers of the 68 Division. Popular orator, Nalaka Hewamadduma conducted the sessions for the benefit of officers and soldiers serving the 68 Division.

  • Foreign & Local Delegations Visit Menik Farm IDP Relief Village

    A UNDP delegation headed by its Assistant Secretary General Mr. Ajay Chhibber visited Wanni to observe the plight in relief villages in Vavuniya on 12th November 2009. During their visit they talked to the people temporarily housed in the Menik Farm relief village and were highly satisfied with the facilities provided to the villagers. They also planted a tree sapling to mark their visit to the Menik Farm.

  • Vavuniya Marks Women's Day with Leadership and Dress Making Workshops

    A leadership training workshop was conducted for Tamil and Muslim students in Vavuniya District recently. The two-day workshop held at Tamil Maha Vidyalaya in Vavuniya was organized by the 211 Brigade to mark the International Women’s Day. The workshop covered a wide area of........
  • Southerners Donate Books to Jaffna Library

    With the sheer intention of quenching the thirst for knowledge of Jaffna students and other interested readers, a generous family from the South donated a volume of valuable books to the Jaffna library recently. The donation coordinated by the Security Forces Headquarters - Jaffna (SFHQ-J) was comprised of 1500 books including encyclopaedias, novels, famous story books for children and a rare collection of books for academic purposes.
  • Security Forces Appeal Gold Jewellery Claimants To Reach Civil Coordination Offices For Processing

    The Security Forces in the North who had already launched the process of returning identified gold jewellery, recovered earlier from the LTTE, to their rightful owners, appeal remaining civilians who have still failed to claim their valuables after the war to reach Civil Coordinating Offices in the Wanni, Kilinochchi, Mullaittivu, Mannar and Jaffna and process their ownership claims, proving their bona fides for verification.

  • Army Patriotism Sees No Bounds; Turns Prime Mover in Development

    THE SUBJECT OF PATRIOTISM has many facets, more popularly, they emerge in gallantry, warfare against foes, victory, etc but true tenets of patriotism are overwhelmingly glorious as Adlai Stevenson once wrote, “Men who have offered their lives for their country know that patriotism is not the fear of something, it is the love of something”. Believe it, our real patriots are doing that ‘something’ for the new generation of Sri Lankans.....

  • Private Lorries to Ply on A-9 Highway

    THE Kandy-Jaffna A-9 highway will be opened for the first time in several years. Private traders will be permitted to operate their lorries and other convoys to the Northern peninsula from Thursday, a well-informed Government source said. Up to now only State-owned vehicles were operating services on the A-9 highway transporting food, medicines and other essential items to the North. With this new arrangement, the prices of essential commodities are likely to come down sharply in the North.

  • SLAGSC Records a Landslide Win as Viru Daru Society's Maiden Sports Festival Ends on Grand Scale

    Curtains came down on the maiden Army ‘Viru Daru - 2011’ (Children of War Heroes) Sports festival at Diyagama Mahinda Rajapaksa Stadium on Saturday (12) evening, amidst shining hopes and cheering. Attaching a phenomenal importance to the first-ever sports meet, exclusively meant for children of War Heroes under the newly-founded umbrella organization, Army Viru Daru Society, the Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya as Chief Guest attended both.....