Can I know Colombo Apollo Hospital’s phone number?
Admin’s Reply: Dilhani Ekanayaka is a Sri Lankan film actress who was specially talented in dancing. She has shown her acting talent both in commercial and cinamatic movies alike. She has also appeared in few teledramas and won many awards for her acting. Dilhani is married to the famous singer Priyankara Perera who is also the son of late singer Milton Perera. Dilhani got married to Priyankara early in her career and they have a son and he is in his teen now. According to Dilhani, her son is more like is dad and grand father and show more talent in music than in acting. Even though Priyankara appear in teledrama and films time to time, his main priority is music. Dilhani also appear in only selected films as she wish to spend more time on her family activities. Dilhani assures that she will work on more films once her son is done with his education. Following are few images of Dilhani Ekanaya’s family and her son.
I am visiting one of my friend who is in Kalutara this month and I am just wondering about the important places in Kalutara. I will have two days to visit places and coming with my family which include two kids. We are coming by car and will visit the friend on the first day morning before lunch. We hope to stay the night in Kalutara area and visit as much as attractions possible. I would definitely go to Kalutara bodiya on the very first day as my friend is living near to Kalutara town. So what other attraction does kalutara have?
Bajaj pulsar 220 will be available soon according to David Peiris motor company in Sri Lanka. I heard that they have two version of the bike and looking forward to buy one of these. Can someone kindly tell me the price of bajaj pulsar 220 in Sri Lanka?
What is the difference between imagination and hallucination? Or are both same?
My son’s birthday is coming and our plan this year is to make some donations to a home for disable children. We live in Colombo and would like to go to a disable children home in Colombo area. Please let me know the addresses and phone number of few of those orphanages/ child for disable kids in Colombo area. Answer by the Admin : I am glad that you asked this question and really appreciate your plan to use your son’s birthday for a good cause. Following are few homes for differently able children ( I like to call the differently able rather than disable) which are also registered in Western province social service department. 1. Sucharithodaya Sucharithodaya Social Service Society 29/5 , Pamunuwa, Maharagama. Telephone: 01102850346 2. Sarvodaya Suwasetha Sewa Samithiya 55, De Soyza Road, Rawathawaththa, Moratuwa Telephone: 011-2642036 3. Pipena Kusum Special Kids Education Centre Sri Sudarmarama Temple, Temple Road, Maharagama Telephone: 011-2802003 4. National Children and Youth Welfare Society – Special Education School For Boys 45, Madiwela Road, Nugegoda Telephone: 011-2779740 5. National Children and Youth Welfare Society – Special Education School For Girls No 06, Moratuwa Telephone: 011-2863823 6. Camila School For Mentally and Physically Disabled Camila School, Sinha Udyanaya, Maththegoda Telephone: 011-2845467 7. Rathmalana Young Buddhist Society 452, Galle Road, Rathmalana Telephone: 011-2725326 8. Sir James Peiris Children Home No 17, Siripala Road, Mount Lavinia Telephone Number: 011-2713426
These two singing stars, Umariya and Umari, last name is sinhawansha and I thought they are sinhalease. But recently one of my friend told me that they are not sinhalease. So why are they using this surname ?
I heard that Sri lankan teledrama and film actress Chathurika Peiris and Actor Roshan Pilapitiya’s love affair had broken up. The star couple was dating few years and there were rumors that they are not going to marry despite early hopes to marry in 2010. According to one of my friend, Roshan has revealed to the media that their affair is no more and they will continue to be only good friends. It is also said that Chathurika has already found a new partner. Who is this “lucky guy” ?
There are lots of scholarship schemes to study in India. But here, (in central province) it’s all for the children of plantation workers and to the children of the parents who earn below a particular rate of income. My parents are government workers and get a good income. Is there any scholarship schemes that is given on the basis of qualification of the student? Especially in Tamil Nadu state colleges? (I can go there on my own, but my parents won’t try to it, until a chance comes itself.)