Posts Tagged ‘government’

Plastic surgery in Sri Lanka?

Shantha 8954

I want to find out as to how one can get a plastic surgery done in Sri Lanka. Does government hospitals provide facilities for plastic surgery? Who are the best plastic surgeons in Sri Lanka? What are the private hospitals that have plastic surgeons and roughly how much the cost ( for a nasal septum correction?)

Private universities in Sri Lanka?

Samson 875

Why Sri Lankan university students do not like establishing private universities in Sri Lanka? I heard that new higher education minister S.B.Disanayaka and the current government want to open private universities in the island while university students resist this act.

What are the secrets of Sri Lanka government win over Tamil tigers ?

Virgin_phoenix 1284

Sri Lankan government could defeat the separatist LTTE few years back. I heard that the war in Sri Lanka lasted more than thirty years and it killed thousands of innocent people and both side armies. It is also reported that it was this Tamil terrorist group who first introduced suicide bombers. They also used the women suicide bombers and at times in disguise of pregnant ladies. The government under the leadership of President Mahinda Rajapaksha and Army commander Sarath Fonseka could defeat Liberation of Tamil Tigers of Ealam (LTTE) by killing its leader Prabhakaran. Then they fully captured land which were under the control of LTTE for years. Then they could surrender LTTE international leader Kumaran Pathmanatha who is popular as K.P. These were the few facts I could learn from Internet and do not want to hear that again. What I want to know is what exactly lead to the success of this fight after 30 years. Please give me an comprehensive answer as I am studying word politics at University and I may utilize it for my studies if I get a good answer. How was the Government in Sri lanka able to finally defeat the Tamil Tigers?

What languages are spoken in Sri Lanka?

David 1858

The two official languages (as per the Sri Lankan government) are Sinhalese and Tamil, I was wondering which (if either) is spoken the most, or if the most common form of speech is a dialect from another language entirely, or if the vernacular is different in different arias. In short, if I was to go to Sri Lanka, what language should I learn first?

Who is Federica Janz ?

Admin 1036

I know she is one of the most talked lady in Sri Lanka. Not for something good though. I want to know whether she was the second wife of Lasantha Wickramathunga? Any reason for her to support Government like this or rather what is the reason for her to take revenge like this from Gen. Sarath Fonseka?

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Damien

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Warning. DHI hair transplants are not success. I have had it and only few hair grew. Cost Rs 350,000. Monet wasted. Some few hair grew but after some time all the hair fell out. When I called to complain they hang up and avoid. Even Suraj who done there has now suffered more hair fall. Check his photos on th internet. Dont waste money. Better be bald.

Munidasa

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Dr Upendra De Silva at the skin clinic in Bambalapitiya now claims to do hair transplants. This is not successful for sure. Just look even he wears a wig. Why does Upendra wear a wig if he can do good hair transplants. lol. He does not trust his clinics work. Next time if you go his clinic check his wig on head. It is a good wig. He is bald as a cricket ball otherwise. lol.

Niluka Jaya

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In my view the best hair transplants in Sri Lanka is in Parakum mawatha, Batharamulla. A few of my friends did it there and good results too. Cost is affordable and team do good reliable work. Got my baldness treated for Rs 50,000 and my hair looks nice now.

Everyone knows people in Sri Lanka are good at throwing mud but poor at praising good work. SO if you want to grow hair visit all the clinics and find the one that best suits you. Good luck.

Garman

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Should not abuse Sinhala language.
Calender in Sinhala.
January – Duruthu
February – Navam
March – Medin
April – Bak
May – Wesak
June – Poson
July – Esala
August – Nikini
September – Binara
October – Vap
November – Il
December – Unduvap