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  • PRESIDENT MAHINDA RAJAPAKSA CONFERRED "VISHVA KEERTHI SRI THRI SINHALADHEESHWARA"

    PRESIDENT MAHINDA RAJAPAKSA was honoured by Most Venerable Mahanayakas of Malwatta and Asgiriya chapters conferring the honorary title “VISHVA KEERTHI SRI THRI SINHALADHEESHWARA” (The highest-ever honorary title in the Buddhist tradition) this afternoon at the historic Kandy “Magul Maduwa” (Royal Auditorium) in a magnificent royal ceremony. Secretary Defence Mr.  Gotabaya Rajapaksa, Chief of Defence Staff Air Chief Marshal Donald Perera, Commander of the Army General Sarath Fonseka...

  • Interest Free Loans to Civilians Given in Ichchankulam


    US-based ‘Namasthe’ charity organization, in collaboration with the People’s Banka in Vavuniya launched an interest-free loan project for civilians, engaged in agriculture, trade and business. Accordingly, a simple ceremony, aimed at encouraging the masses for specific livelihood promotion projects.....
     
  • SLLI's Record 'Paabala Melaa' Ends with Huge Success


    The Sri Lanka Light Infantry’s (SLLI) pet fund-raising project, ‘Paabala Melaa’ that stupefied Hikkaduwa denizens for continuous five days with mega entertaining features, drew to a close on Monday (23), followed by a mammoth musical extravaganza that dragged into late small hours. Stunningly successful mega Carnival plus the Trade Fair that met with huge success .............
  • Kanakasabai School Students Receive Gift Parcels

    Troops of the Security Forces – Jaffna extending their community welfare projects to interior village areas in Jaffna, arranged a donation of school items to students of Panthalai Kanakasabai school in Thelippalai. Kanakasabai Primary school in 515 Brigade area functions with an attendance of about 50 students on a daily.....
  • Total Number of IDPs Reaching Cleared Areas Goes up

    MULLAITTIVU: IN ADDITION to three-hundred and one (301) civilians who reached PUTHUKUDIYIRUPPU on Friday (10), three- hundred and five (305) more civilians reached the same area the same day evening. With that the total number of civilians reached Army controlled areas increased to sixty-seven thousand and ten (67,010).

  • Old Dharmasokians Appreciate Commander's Role

    PAST Pupils' Association in Ambalangoda Dharmasoka College paid their tribute to General Sarath Fonseka, Commander of the Army, himself a distinguished and an outstanding old product of the college for his contribution to the successful elimination of the LTTE terrorism that lasted for over 30 years.

  • SF East Conducts Workshop on Eradicating Drugs and Child Abuse


    A workshop on prevention and eradication of the use of drugs, Child abuse and support to  groom younger generation to become worthy citizens was conducted in Ampara area by the Security Force Headquarters - East recently (8). The workshop presided by the Security Force Commander East Major General Lal Perera with the participation of many relegious and......
     
  • SFHQ-E Continues Its Social Services


    Several welfare projects for the benefit of civilians were conducted by the Security Force Headquarters-East (SFHQ-E) during February 22-24. Troops of 12 Regiment Sri Lanka Artillery provided free refreshments for 300 scouts at Vilayaya School who were conducting a bicycle race from the school premises to Gal Viharaya in Polonnaruwa on 22 February.
  • New MGO at Army Headquarters Assumes Office


    Major General N Udawatta WWV RSP USP ndc psc Mphil took over duties as the new Master General Ordnance (MGO) of Master General Ordnance Branch at Army Headquarters on Monday (19) during a brief ceremony at his office. Amidst blessings of the Venerable Maha Sangha, the new MGO signed a formal document and marked the assumption of his duties.  Later on, he spoke to the senior officers and set out his vision as the new MGO.