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News Archive

  • Troops Initiate Donation of Spectacles & School Items

    A SIMPLE CEREMONY was held in Monaratenna under 14 National Guard Battalion to donate school equipment to students in the village with the support of the Buddhist Association at People’s Bank and Ms Preethi Konarage on 05 December 2009. The Bank’s Buddhist Association President Mr S.K Mayadunna and the philanthropist Ms Preethi Konara, main sponsors of the donation attended the occasion as chief guests.    51 students from Monaratenna Kanishta (junior) Vidyalaya were the recipients of the donation.  

  • Nachchikkuda Police Station Re-established

    THE SIXTH Police Station established in the Mannar District after liberating the area from the LTTE was declared open in Nachchikuda on Saturday (20). Senior Deputy Inspector General Nimal Lewke unveiled the plaque of the new Police Station and declared it opened. Silawathura, Madhu, Vedattalativu, Illuppukaddavai and Mulangavil were the other Police Stations to commence their operations shortly after the Wanni humanitarian operations were over. 

  • J'pura Medical Team Treats Re-settled Families

    A MEDICAL CLINIC to treat IDP families re-settled in Kanakarayankulam area in the North was organized by 56 Division troops on 14th March 2010 at Kanakarayankulam Maha Vidyalaya. It was initiated by Wanni Commander and Competent Authority for Re-settlement of IDPs in the North Major General G.D.H.K. Gunaratne. Eight specialist doctors led by Dr. (Ms) Anula Wijesundera from Sri Jayawardenapura Hospital with about 30 members of the medical staff including nurses extended their support for the project.

  • 100 Jaffna Students Receive Army Schols

    Barely a few hours after the new Jaffna Commander, Major General Udaya Perera took reins, he was invited to distribute 100 scholarships among school children, housed at Konapulam Open Welfare Centre (Muham) in Konapulam on Friday (10). Under this programme, each student is to receive Rs 500/= as a scholarship every month for their studies until the child grows up.
  • Commander's Regiment Extends Military Honours During His Visit

    VALIANT troops of the Sri Lanka Armoured Corps extended their best wishes and military honours to the new Commander Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya Thursday (20) morning when he visited his Regimental Headquarters for the first time upon assumption of duties as Commander. Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya entered the Regimental premises in 1980 as 2nd Lieutenant and remains.....

  • Army Families Support Domestic Cultivation Programme

    More than 130 Army families, resident in the Panagoda Army Quarters for other ranks enthusiastically took part in a domestic cultivation (Gewathu Waga) competition, following initiatives taken by Security Forces Headquarters-South (SFHQ-S). The project launched under ‘Divi Neguma’ drive......
  • Jaffna High Security Zone to be Relaxed

    IN a move to restore complete civil administration in the Jaffna Peninsula, the Resettlement Ministry yesterday said certain parts of the Jaffna High Security Zone (HSZ) have been identified for resettlement. The Ministry has instructed Jaffna Government Agent K. Ganesh to discuss resettlement in the Jaffna HSZ with the security authorities and make preliminary arrangements to resettle the people.

  • All the Thrills and Spills of the Vijayabahu Motor Cross Watched by Thousands

    The pet project of the Vijayabahu Infantry Regiment (VIR)The Vijayabahu Motor Cross at the country’s most difficult track with fourteen bends, two double jumps and four single jumps, kicked off Sunday (30) morning at Vijayabahu track in Boyagane, Kurunegala before a large gathering of fans, drawn from every corner of the island.