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  • Workshop to Promote Artistic Talents of Paranthan Students Held


    In order to help enhance children’s knowledge on drawings, the Security Forces Headquarters - Kilinochchi (SFHQ-KLN) in coordination with the 6 (V) Sri Lanka Army Women’s Corps, took initiative to organize a workshop on drawing for more than 87 children of year 1-13 grades learning at Paranthan Hindu Maha Vidyalaya in......
     
     
  • Advisory Committee on Army Rugby Founded for Revival



    A friendly meeting that explored possibilities of further promoting Army Rugby with guidance and vast experiences of the veterans, took place Tuesday (3) evening at the Sri Lanka Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (SLEME) mess hall, headed by Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Daya Ratnayake.
     
  • British Speaker Says LTTE Demo a Hijacking of Parliament

    THE SPEAKER of the British House of Commons Michael Martin charged that the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) demonstration on Monday hijacked the British Parliament obstructing duties of elected members. In an obvious reference made to filthy unsanitary conditions created by the week long demonstration by the Tigers in the Parliamentary Square, the Speaker said to hijack an important part of this city with hunger strikers, tents and food stalls, but no toilet facilities, is not the proper way to conduct a demonstration.

  • External Affairs Minister & Military Chiefs Attend Weekend Asia-Pacific Security Summit

    A HIGH-LEVEL government delegation, led by Minister of External Affairs Prof G.L Peiris, in the company of Chief of Defence Staff Air Chief Marshal Roshan Goonetileke and Commander of the Army Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya, during the weekend (June 4 - 6), participated in the Singapore-based International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS) organized ‘Asia Security Summit, the Shangri-Dialogue’.

  • Commander's New 'Housing Initiative' in Full Swing


    The novel ‘House Construction’ project for families of fallen War Heroes and differently able War Heroes which saw its birth as the brainchild of the Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Crishanthe De Silva, is now in full swing at all Regimental levels as directed by the Commander of the Army in the third week of April, 2015. By May 15, in less than three weeks after......
  • MoD Grant Assists Completion of War Hero's House


    Partially-built house of a War Hero was completed and handed over to the War Hero by Chairperson Ministry of Defence (MoD) Seva Vanitha Unit Mrs. Ioma Rajapaksa recently (23) at Parape, Rambukkana. Private Senanayake H.G.A.K of Vijayabahu Infantry Regiment (VIR), a totally dependant disabled War Hero, received injuries during the Humanitarian Operation in Nayaru area in Welioya on 18 April 2009.
     
  • 6 Armoured Corps Cricketers Become Champions


    Cricketers of the 6 Sri Lanka Armoured Corps (SLAC) during the recent inter battalion softball cricket tournament emerged winners to carry the championship trophy. The tournament, conducted by the Security Forces Headquarters, East (SFHQ-E) gave the runners-up slot to the 8 Gemunu Watch cricketers.
  • Cricket Knows No Ethnicities in Kalmunai & Ampara


    Intended to further promote understanding among communities of different ethnicities, the Security Force Headquarters - East (SFHQ-E) organized a cricket tournament at Addalchenai Public Stadium on Tuesday (29).
  • 'Foxhill Green' to Launch Reforestation in Diyatalawa Mountain Range


    The popular mountain range, ‘Nariya Kanda’ alias ‘Foxhill’ that surrounds the Diyatalawa garrison city in the hill country is to be turned more greener with initiatives, taken by the troops serving the Security Force Headquarters - Central (SFHQ-C). The iconic mountain valley, famous for the annual ‘Foxhill Supercross’, the premier motocross event in Sri Lanka as well as for various other public events, continues to be polluted as hundreds of people and sightseers are used to visit this area.....
  • Jaffna Teaching Hospital Authorities Turn to Army for Blood


    More than 200 officers and other ranks as well as members of the civil staff serving the 55 Division Headquarters at Vettalaikerny, Jaffna, in response to a request  gave away their blood for the use of Tamil civilians under treatment at Jaffna Teaching Hospital during a mobile project on account of Poson Full Moon Day (23).  The Army was compelled......