DOWNLOAD APPLICATION Notes for Guidance 1. This form should be used if you wish to apply for an undergraduate degree program in a Sri Lankan University as a student with Foreign Qualifications for the Academic Year 2017/2018. 2. Application form and the Admissions Handbook for the Students with Foreign Qualifications valid for the Academic Year 2017/2018are available on the UGC
Buddha Rashmi: The Light Of Vesak The teachings of the Buddha are observed and illustrated on Vesak, which signifies the Birth, Enlightenment and Parinibbāna of the Great Teacher. Buddha Rashmi Vesak, which is the national festival organised by the Gangaramaya Temple and Prime Minister’s Office, will this year too lighten up the city of Colombo in vibrant and spiritual illuminations.
37 HRC- FM-Sinhala Statement by Hon.Tilak Marapana Hon. Tilak Marapana, PC., MP Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka Agenda item 2 37th Session of the UN Human Rights Council Geneva, 21 March 2018 Mr. President, Madam Deputy High Commissioner, Distinguished Delegates, It is an honour for me to be here today at the 37th Session of the
Daily Mirror- 2018-03-20 00:00:39 The Office on Missing Persons (OMP) is one of themain transitional justice mechanisms, the others being a truth commission, an office on reparations and a judicial mechanism to investigate allegations of violations and abuses of human rights. The OMP intends to promote justice and bring closure to those whose loved ones have gone missing. With the
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OMP Media Release English OMP Media Release Sinhala Media Release of OMP – Tamil version PRESS STATEMENT FROM THE OFFICE ON MISSING PERSONS l2thMarch 2018, Colombo The Office on Missing Persons (OMP) has officially ‘commenced duties following the appointment of the Chairperson and members by His Excellency President Maithripala Sirisena on 28th February 2018 upon the recommendation made by the
President Promulgates State of Emergency for a Period of One Week This afternoon, acting in terms of section 2 of the Public Security Ordinance, President Maithripala Sirisena promulgated a state of emergency for a limited period of one week by bringing into force section 2 of the Public Security Ordinance. This state of emergency has been declared due to the
President’s Media Division Special Announcement by President Maithripala Sirisena on March 06th, 2018 (At President’s Office) From the past, our country has experienced internal as well as external struggles. However, ours is a country where Sinhala, Tamil, Muslim, Burgher and all other communities have lived with peace, unity and harmony together. If we look at the decade of 1940, we