August 26, 2019
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    President Maithripala Sirisena says there is a need of a construction industry which gives priority for the sustainable development.The President made these remarks participating at the inaugural ceremony of the ‘CONSTRUCT 2019’ international construction exhibition, yesterday (23). The exhibition organized annually since 2001 by the National Construction Association of Sri Lanka (NCASL) will be held on 23rd, 24th, 25th August 2019 at the Sirimavo Bandaranaike Memorial Exhibition Centre.

    Addressing the inauguration ceremony, the President said that everyone had forgotten the extent to which the development and construction sectors are influenced for the process of environmental conservation.President Sirisena said that it was only in the last few years that the attention of the experts and specialist in the field began to be drawn on the importance of environment. He also emphasized that no one should neglect the responsibility of environmental protection.

    The 2019 electoral register will be displayed from today at Grama Niladhari offices, District Election Offices and District Secretariats.

     

    Enabling access to high quality urban housing will have a transformational impact in Sri Lankan society and economy as a whole and policy focus should also be placed on stimulating development of multifamily, condominium housing which is accessible by the middle class.Speaking at a seminar on ‘Future of Condominium Living in Sri Lanka’, organized by the Chamber of Construction Industry Sri Lanka, Nayana Mawilmada, Sector Head- John Keells Properties said that the private sector is best positioned to deliver on the nations’ middle income housing requirements, but noted that the industry needs right incentives and more importantly the government should be the enabler of this development rather than the implementer.

    Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne once again proved the stumbling block for New Zealand as he held his team’s innings together with a workmanlike knock of 49 not out on a rain-hit opening day of the second and final cricket Test played at the P Sara Oval yesterday. Sri Lanka lost the wickets of Lahiru Thirimanne for two and Kusal Mendis for 32 as they closed the first day hit by bad light and rain on 85 for two wickets. Batting with Karunaratne who has so far hit six fours off the 100 balls he’s faced is former captain Angelo Mathews on nought not out.

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