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Brutal killing of Vidya: Perpetrators should be punished without inordinate delay

May 31 (Island) The Coalition Against Violence Against Women expressed its deepest sympathies and condolences to the family Vidya Sivaloganathan who was gang raped and murdered in the village of Pungudutivu in Kayts. The Coalition also condoled with the community in the village and supported their call for an immediate response from the law enforcement agencies to ensure that the perpetrators of this crime are arrested a prosecuted. In a statement, the Coalition said: more..

Bill on child protection ready

May 31 (SL) Children Judicial Protection Bill will be brought to Parliament very soon. “The Bill is now ready and it is at the Attorney General’s Department right now. It has gone for translations and very soon we will see that in Parliament,” Minister of Childrens’ Affairs Rosy Senanayake said. She added that her Ministry together with the Child Protection Authority has also requested the PM to have a national policy on child protection and to have a special police division with trained police officers under DIG more..

Sand mining permits: Harin slams opposition

May 31 (DM) Uva Province Chief Minister Harin Fernando stated that opposition’s politically bankrupt politicians were attempting to tarnish his reputation using a letter he issued over the permits for sand mining spots. Issuing a press release, he stated that politically bankrupt politicians were in an attempt to gain political advantages using a letter dated Feb 26 which he sent to the Provincial Land Commissioner. more..