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News Archive

  • SLSR Wushu Player Felicitated

    The world-class Army-produced Wushu player,  Corporal W.L Gunasekara of 12 Battalion Sri Lanka Sinha Regiment (SLSR), who secured a Bronze medal at the recent 12th World Wushu Championship, was felicitated at a ceremony, held on Saturday (14) at the SLSR Regimental Headquarters, Ambepussa. This felicitation ceremony, arranged on the instructions of Major General Boniface Perera.....
  • 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.

  • Army Troops in East Do More Community Projects


    Troops of the 221 and 222 Brigades under the 22 Division of the Security Force Headquarters-East (SFHQ-E) conducted more ‘Shramadana’ campaigns as community service projects while continuing their post-war period responsibilities towards the nation. 6 Vijayabahu Infantry Regiment (VIR) troops organized two ‘Shramadana’ campaigns to clean the premises at Samudragiri Pichchamal Rajamaha Viharaya.........
  • Army Cricket Team Beats Air Force Rivals

    The Army cricket team, playing in the one day premier league tournament on Tuesday (11) scored a record 6 wicket victory against Sri Lanka Air Force Sports team during the Army’s second match during the tournament. Played at Panagoda Army grounds on Tuesday (11), the tournament was organized by.......
  • LTTE Attacks Sri Lanka Embassy in Berlin for Second Time

    A GROUP of LTTE supporters attacked the Sri Lankan Embassy in Berlin on Thursday night. The attacks had thrown two Molotoy Cocktails (improvised patrol bombs) to the embassy premises, reports said. “They had hurled two petrol-bombs to the Embassy premises. However, only one bomb exploded causing minor damages to the building. No one was hurt”, the reports indicated. German Police are now investigating the incident. This is the second time the Embassy was attacked within three months. 

  • Unmatched Roles of War Heroes Held in Esteem Providing Technically Devised New Three-Wheelers

    The unmatched and priceless commitment of tri-service War Heroes who had sacrificed their legs and limbs in defence of the motherland while fighting separatist terrorists were held in high esteem and their contribution revered once again when the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and the Ranaviru Seva Authority (RSA) jointly provided one more consignment of 180 specially devised three-wheelers to War Heroes during a ceremony at MoD grounds Friday (18) morning. To coincide with HE, the President’s birth day and his assumption of office, those   new three-wheelers given on concessionary payment basis to disable War Heroes in the Army......
  • Deeghawapiya Temple Receives Army Patronage for Its Development Work

    Sri Lanka Army, which has been in the practice of lending all possible assistance to various places of religious significance, offered its patronage to the sacred Deeghawapiya at Ampara once again on Monday (25) when the Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya, called at the temple. Lieutenant General Jagath Jayasuriya, who was in Ampara in the weekend to evaluate ongoing final touches of Army exhibits at the forthcoming ‘Deyata Kirula - 2013’ mega exhibition.....
  • Friendly Exchange of Views to Resolve Issues

    Community leaders including several Hindu priests and leading citizens in the Eastern region recently, met Major General Lal Perera, Commander, Security Force Headquarters, East (SFHQ-E) and shared views on social, religious and other economic issues at the invitation of the former on Saturday (10). The friendly exchange of views culminated with a lunch treat. The occasion took place at the SFHQ-E premises at Welikanda.