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The First Flying - Art Exhibition

From 2016-10-07 to 2016-10-07

Art exhibition by Rasal Hewage and Supuli Hewage to the public and all paintings and sculptures are based on last 8 years of their works. Exhibition from 07-Oct-2016 at 5.00PM to 09-Oct-2016 at JDA Perera Gallery, 46, Horton Place, Colombo 07.

Esala Maha Randoli Perahara

On 2016-10-15

Sittamgallena Randoli PerahAra will parade the streets on Oct 15, 2016. The annual historical Sittamgallena Randoli Esala Perahera will take a place for the 49th year on 15 October 2016 and parading the streets in and around the vicinity of the ancient lake and Sittamgallena Raja Maha Vihara Sacred Area, situated in Mulkirigala Elecorate, Hambantota District, Southern Province, Sri Lanka.

SHOOP - SUMMER OF THE 90's

On 2016-07-29

Red 107.8 SUMMER OF THE 90s presents, SHOOP!

SING GLORIA

On 2016-07-30

Sing Gloria! An evening of sacred choral music.

AYASKANTHAYA

On 2016-07-30

UMARIYA AMARASIRI PIERIS KEERTHI PASQUEL PLUGGED AND UNPLUGGED MUSIC WITH WAYO

SCPPC-Seed Certification: Training and Awareness programme on quality seed and planting material

Source: http://www.gic.gov.lk/gic/index.php?option=com_info&id=1324&catid=47&task=info&lang=en

SCPPC-Pesticides: Awareness/ Training on Safe & Effective use/handling of Pesticides

Source: http://www.gic.gov.lk/gic/index.php?option=com_info&id=1330&catid=48&task=info&lang=en

Obtain Civil Documentation

Source: http://www.gic.gov.lk/gic/index.php?option=com_info&id=1362&catid=30&task=info&lang=en

Aaccident and animal bite casualty care for children

Source: http://www.gic.gov.lk/gic/index.php?option=com_info&id=1853&catid=39&task=info&lang=en

Registration of Births Occurred at Home

Source: http://www.gic.gov.lk/gic/index.php?option=com_info&id=2&catid=50&task=info&lang=en

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First Nationalized Bus (1958) - Sri Lanka.

First bus was operated in 1907. Thereafter, the number of vehicles were increased to 60,000 in 1953. At that time the population was 8.1 million.

The Sri Lanka Gazette

The Sri Lanka Gazette, officially The Gazette of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka is a public journal of the Government of Sri Lanka. It prints certain statutory notices from the government. Modeled after the Oxford Gazette, the Sri Lanka Gazette is the oldest surviving newspaper in Sri Lanka, having been published continuously since 1802. Unlike other newspapers, it does not cover general news or have a large circulation. It is printed by the Department of Government Printing.

Gemstones and Rivers

Geologically, Sri Lanka is composed of gneiss, schist, granite, quartzite and crystalline limestone-an agglomerative, quartzite rich gemstone deposits, washed by streams and rivers from the central highlands in to lowland valleys.

Holidays to Sri Lanka, a tropical paradise

Sri Lanka holidays, an island formerly known as Ceylon is situated in the south-east of India, for centuries seduce all those who decide to travel to this tropical paradise, where they have always been (and still do) a natural beauty as well intact and spirituality so pure to be enchanted.

Food and Drink in Sri Lanka

Rice and curry and curry are the staple food of Sri Lanka. The Western nationals might prefer curry and little rice, but Sri Lankans need lot of rice and several curries of which one will be hot. Not all curries are spicy hot, but if the name carries “devilled”, as in devilled fish or devilled chicken, it will be served with a flame red chilli sauce.

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