Honest Anura turns wheel on fortune

  • 12 Feb 2006 14:00:20 GMT

    Anura must be in the country`s honours list.

    Good work Anura. Your parent get the credit for your actions. god bless them.

    Country is proud of you.

    A true son of the soil.

  • 12 Feb 2006 14:10:58 GMT

    What Anura does not know is:

    Finders keepers

    Losers weepers

    Jeepers creepers

    There are many like Anura in SL, We need some more too.

  • 12 Feb 2006 22:26:55 GMT

    Anura putha,

    We need thousands of you to build our nation.theruwan saranai!

  • 12 Feb 2006 22:48:20 GMT

    The question I ask myself is am I honest ? Rather than applauding others action ask this question yourself.

  • 13 Feb 2006 00:38:55 GMT

    Anura may be poor financially but rich in principles and moral values which no doubt would have been nurtured in him by his parents. He has done his country, parents and family proud. He is a good example for our politicians and leaders to follow. I salute you Sir!

  • 13 Feb 2006 01:24:37 GMT

    ((Anura may be poor financially but rich in principles and moral values which no doubt would have been nurtured in him by his parents. He has done his country, parents and family proud. He is a good example for our politicians and leaders to follow.))

    ((The question I ask myself is am I honest ? Rather than applauding others action ask this question yourself.))

    Very valuable observations.

    Many politicians would come forward to pin medals and sing his praises, but will they follow his example? I have usually found people like these in many countries (not all) to be honest, friendly and helpful; hope it`s a trait that humanity will propagate in spite of all the bad examples set by people in high positions who should know better.

    Has anyone had any experience with the Apollo hospital?

  • 13 Feb 2006 03:07:56 GMT

    Mr. Anura Jayalath,

    You are the pride of a nation where dirty corrupted politicians rob millions of tsunami aid meant for poor people or try to accrue lands not legally belong to them.

    We should offer you a `Janathamanya` award.

  • 13 Feb 2006 03:17:14 GMT

    He must be among the very few honest people in Sri Lanka.

    Big Salute to you sir.

  • 13 Feb 2006 03:41:23 GMT

    Kalumalli, good one! But just think what AB and CBK the grand children are compared to their grandfather Sir Solomon.

  • 13 Feb 2006 03:42:46 GMT

    Come on kalumalli, how dare you say Anura B and Chandrika B will behave that way? They are not that bad.

    If they found the money Chandrika will buy some more jewelerry, some sarees and another Pathe Phillips watch. Anura malli will surely invest in few crates of Whiskey.

    I am dead sure they are not greedy on buying land.

    If Motta Raala found it he would have contributed it to `Helping Hambantota` fund!

    They are all very honest people.