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Dy. Speaker denies claim Ranjan tabled voice clips in House



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Deputy Speaker Ananda Kumarasiri yesterday announced that UNP MP Ranjan Ramanayake had not tabled in Parliament any recordings of his phone conversations so far.

Kumarasiri made this observation making the Speaker’s announcements at the commencement of the sittings.

Deputy Speaker said that the media reports that MP Ramanayake had tabled some of his telephone conversations and video recordings in Parliament were incorrect.

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Forensic Audits incomplete without relevant Annexures – Speaker

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As per the directive by the Speaker Karu Jayasuriya, the Secretary General of Parliament Dammika Dassanayake has informed Prof. W. D. Lakshman, the Governor of Central Bank that the reports of five Forensic Audits are incomplete without the releva...

Sriyani asks Hirunika to think before speaking

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State Minister of Sports, Provincial Councils and Local Government Sriyani Wijewickrama, on Tuesday, told Parliament that her fellow MP Hirunika Premachandra should have minded her words before she used them.

15 year old boy among three arrested for attempting to smuggle five kilos of gold

Three persons, including a 15 year old boy, were arrested yesterday morning when they attempted to smuggle into country gold worth about Rs. 50 million from the Bandaranaike International Airport.

Govt urged to clarify its stance on Geneva resolution

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The Federation of National Organizations (FNO) yesterday, January 23, urged President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s government to clarify its stand vis-a-vis controversial resolution 30/1 co-sponsored by the previous administration at the Geneva based Hum...

China locks down two cities to curb virus outbreak

China locked down two major cities in a province at the centre of a deadly virus outbreak on Thursday, banning planes and trains from leaving in an unprecedented move aimed at containing the disease which has already spread to other countries.

Vidura promises legal action against those involved in DPJ building deal

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Agriculture State Minister Vidura Wickramanayake told Parliament yesterday that legal action would be instituted against those responsible for obtaining the DPJ building to house the agriculture ministry at a huge monthly rental.

Soldier husband remanded over the killing of his medical student wife

Jaffna Magistrate Peter Paul yesterday remanded a soldier who has allegedly killed his wife by slitting her throat on the Pannai beach, on Wednesday, and ordered him to be produced in court on February 6.

Soldier husband remanded over killing of his medical student wife

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Jaffna Magistrate Peter Paul yesterday remanded a soldier who has allegedly killed his wife by slitting her throat on the Pannai beach, on Wednesday, and ordered him to be produced in court on February 6.

Ganesan accuses section of UNP of cutting a deal with govt

Some sections of the UNP had cut a deal with the Rajapaksas and were working in the interest of the government, Tamil Progressive Alliance (TPA,) leader, Mano Ganesan said yesterday.

Bathiudeen’s brother remanded for allegedly forging deed

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Rifkan Bathiudeen, former Northern Provincial Councillor and the brother of ACMC leader, MP Rishad Bathiudeen was yesterday remanded till February 06 by Colombo Chief Magistrate, Lanka Jayarathne.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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