One third of prison officials suffer burnout, according to the latest survey done by Dr. Nimali Wijewardena, a Health Ministry spokesman said. The survey also revealed that 38.8 percent of prison officials suffer from a lack of self-esteem. The percentage of prison officials who showed mental fatigue is 26.9. The total number of prison and rehabilitation officials who participated in the survey is 1,803.
The department of pensions announced that Pension payments will be suspended temporally from June 2018 for the pensioners who obtain pensions via High Commissions and not submitted life certificates for the year 2018 until 25.05.2018 .
Sri Lanka Navy, in accordance with naval traditions, ceremonially welcomed an Indian naval ship and a Maldivian Coast Guard ship arrived at the Port of Colombo on Saturday. Indian Naval Ship INS Trikand, a Teg class Guided Missile frigate, arrived at the port of Colombo on 7th July on a goodwill visit.
The funeral of veteran photographer late Sarath Dharmasiri head of the Film Unit, Government Information Department will be held at Udugampola Public Cemetery on Monday (9th) at 3.00 pm.The cottage leaves residence no.46, Hendy Mahara, Udugampola. Tel.0714486674. Mr. Dharmasiri leaves behind wife and two daughters
National Election Commission Chairman Mahinda Deshapriya said yesterday that a new polls register would be certified on October 5 to enable the conduct of Provincial Council elections.This register, he told that would see an increase of 200,000 voters countrywide and would be devoid of repetitions. “We have taken measures to exclude voters who have registered more than once,” he said.
The funeral of veteran photographer late Sarath Dharmasiri head of the Film Unit, Government Information Department will be held at Udugampola Public Cemetery on Monday (9th) at 3.00 pm.The cottage leaves residence no.46, Hendy Mahara, Udugampola. Tel.0714486674. Mr. Dharmasiri leaves behind wife and two dauters.
Finance and Media Minister Mangala Samaraweera while condemning the virulent personal attacks against two Sri Lankan journalists who contributed to the New York Times report on massive financial misappropriation linked to the former regime in Sri Lanka, yesterday stressed that these allegations must be immediately investigated by the relevant authorities.
A group of representatives of the Zimbabwean National Defence University (NDU) delegation made a call on to the Secretary to the Ministry of Defence Mr. Kapila Waidyaratne PC at the Ministry, yesterday (03th July). The Zimbabwean NDC delegation, led by Air Vice Marshal Michael Tedzani Moyo arrived in Sri Lanka as part of their international study tour