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Striking health workers fired


Thursday, 4 April 2013 - 1:49 AM SL Time

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The Health Ministry today decided to terminate the services of the minor staff of the Colombo National Hospital (CNH) who refrained from attending to their assigned duties after reporting for duty following an ultimatum given by Health Secretary Dr. Nihal Jayatilaka yesterday.The minor staff was on a trade union action after a colleague was transferred following a disciplinary inquiry by the Public Services Commission (PSC).

He had been found guilty on misconduct committed two years ago.

The Health Ministry yesterday gave an ultimatum to the workers to report for duty or to face discontinuation.


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Correct response

You don't want to work

You don't have to.

Send the army in they should be able to manage the minor employees work.
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Ela !

Maithree take care !

this can be a another Magodi trap !
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The son of Mervyn Silva, Malaka, Rehan Wijeyrathne and 4 other suspects were discharged today from the assault case of an Army Major on instructions the of the Attorney General


18th Amendment works !
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Once again the right of the people in the North to hold dissenting opinion has been threatened. The latest example is the attack on the office of the Udayan newspaper by goons.


Goons carry Lion Flag !

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Goons carry Lion Flag !


Reconcilation 101
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Ethanol Not Mine Importer


matamathakanehe !

Arundika Fernando......
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Udayan Kilinochchi
office attacked

Assailants wielded
cricket bats - witness


IPL !

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A leading exporter has charged that the government had done little, if nothing, to boost the country s exports.


Government busy makeing %%%.

Export women to Mid East.
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Assailants wielded
cricket bats - witness

Then it should be NGO's or Murali's fault because both parties donated bats to the north.

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Vital Electricity Act amendments stuck in parliament


The Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL) would be in a position to further reduce the Ceylon Electricity Board s expenditure if the Sri Lanka Electricity Act No. 20 of 2009 was amended to give it more powers, a power and energy expert said on the condition of anonymity.

He told The Island that six Independent Power Producers (IPPs) that produced more than 25MW did not come under the purview of the PUCSL.

Bio Energy Association, President Parakrama Jayasinghe, asked for comment, said: 'Money invested in coal and oil goes out of the country unlike ours.' He said they had to be given priority as they produced renewable energy.

Meanwhile, some 80 of their organisations out of the 250 would make oral presentations on the proposed electricity tariff 2013 in Colombo today (4).

The PUCSL would find it difficult to give the green light for upward tariff revisions if the public opposed proposals, an official said.

Although PUCSL was exploring ways and means of reducing Rs. 40 billion from the cost of producing electricity this year estimated at Rs. 268 billion, Rs. 58 and Rs. 60 billion had to be borne by the consumers, a senior PUCSL official said.

The PUCSL last month reviewed the estimated expenditure submitted by the CEB for 2013, in line with the provisions in the tariff methodology and decided to reduce those costs by Rs. 40 billion.

The CEB filed Rs. 268 billion as its estimated costs of electricity supply in 2013. The PUCSL after an assessment of those estimates initially recommended a Rs. 33 billion reduction. Subsequently, a further seven billion rupees was reduced from the initial revised cost estimates, to mitigate the estimated impact of the fuel (furnace oil) price hike due to suspension of the implementation of the fuel price hike by three months.


Dumb Morons cannot go through a such difficult Document.
they can only raise hands to Impeach CJ or insult a person.




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