October 19, 2019
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    Water supplies will be low and interrupted for the following areas for 18 hours from 9pm on Saturday (19) to 03 pm on Sunday (20) due to essential renovations under the Greater Colombo Water and Wastewater Improvement Investment Program, the National Water Supply and Drainage Board (NWSDB) said. Accordingly, The affected area are Colombo 13, 14,15 areas water supplies will be totally interrupted and fort, Pettah and Colombo 09 areas will be under low pressure.And also NWSDB requested the public to call hotline 1939 for any information

    The Hambantota International Port Group (HIPG) has entered into a Terminal Service Agreement (TSA) with Japanese Shipping Conglomerate NYK, the first RoRo specific TSA entered into by the shipping line with a Sri Lankan Port.Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK), whose 130-year history runs parallel to that of its maritime nation, is Japan's largest shipping company and world's no 1 RoRo fleet operator.Under the TSA, NYK will bring RORO, machinery and equipment cargo to the Hambantota International Port (HIP), for transshipment to the various parts of the world.It is significant that NYK entered into the TSA with HIPG, after a hiatus of 4 years during which they did not bring any transshipment cargo to Sri Lanka.

    Expanding facilities at National Colleges of Education, measures have been taken to recruit for the first time 8000 students to the colleges. According to the instructions of the Minister of Education, Akila Viraj Kariyawasam, steps have been taken to recruit 8,000 students in two groups based on the A / L results of 2016 and 2017 to the National Colleges of Education to follow the Diploma in Teaching Science.

    The Election Commission says that851 complaints pertaining to the forthcoming Presidential Election have been received so far.The complaints have been received during the period from October 08 to yesterday (17). These include 814complaints pertaining to violations of election laws, 08 complaints regarding incidents of election-related violence and 29 other complaints. The commission says 89 complaints have been reported within the 24 hours ending from 4.30 p.m. yesterday which include 81complaints pertaining to violations of election laws, 02 complaints regarding incidents of election-related violence and06other complaints. . All of these are regarding election law violations, the Elections Commission said.

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