August 20, 2019
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    Major General Shavendra Silva was appointed as the 23rd Commander of the Sri Lanka Army today (19).He received his letter of appointment from President Maithripala Sirisena this morning.Major General Silva joined the Sri Lanka Army as a Cadet Officer in 1984 and held the position of Chief of Staff of Sri Lanka Army prior to this appointment.Secretary to the President Udaya R. Seneviratne, Secretary to the Ministry of Defence Major Gen. Shantha Kottegoda were also present on this occasion.

    The American Chamber of Commerce in Sri Lanka (AmCham) reiterated its commitment to foster trade and investment activities between Sri Lanka and the USA, to better garner more economic benefits in the future.Speaking at the 27 Annual General Meeting of the AmCham, held in Colombo last week, Presantha Jayamaha, President of AmCham stressed that he would make every effort to add significant value to AmCham activities in the coming year.

    Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe unveils the Automotive Assembly Plant by Mahindra and Mahindra Lanka. Mahindra and Mahindra, CIO Arvind Mathew, Mahindra Ideal Lanka Ltd, Managing Director Nalin Welgama and Ideal Group Deputy Chairman Aravinda de Silva were also present. Picture by Saliya Rupasinghe Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe unveils the Automotive Assembly Plant by Mahindra and Mahindra Lanka. Mahindra and Mahindra, CIO Arvind Mathew, Mahindra Ideal Lanka Ltd, Managing Director Nalin Welgama and Ideal Group Deputy Chairman Aravinda de Silva

     

    The Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine Ministry will provide two modern boats with hi-tech medical equipment to transport patients from and to islands in the Jaffna Peninsula under the direction of Minister Dr. Rajitha Senaratne, a Health Ministry spokesman said.The cost of the boats is Rs. 15 million.The Health Ministry has already provided a Rs. 18.2 million maternity clinic at Delft District Hospital. The Ministry has also provided a ward complex at a cost of Rs. 7 million, doctors’ quarters at a cost of Rs. 6 million, and a mortuary at a cost of Rs. 2 million for this hospital, he said.

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