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SriLankan Airlines wins Excellence in Human Resource - South Asia

Sep 30 (Island) SriLankan Airlines won the Excellence in Human Resource - South Asia award at the annual sessions and SHRM international Award Ceremony, held in India recently. SriLankan was competing with many entities from the South Asian region, excluding those of India, competing under the national category. Founded in 1948, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest HR membership organization devoted to human resource management. more..

Rosy and Muzammil contend for Colombo's mayoral candidacy

Sep 30 (AM) Former UNP MP Rosy Senanayake, who lost her seat at the recently held Parliamentary election, is now projecting herself as the Mayoral Candidate for Colombo. As a result, a keen contest has surfaced between present Mayor A.J.M. Muzammil and Senanayake for the Mayoral candidacy at the forthcoming Local Govt election likely to take pace in March. Upon her defeat at the election, Senanayake was appointed by PM Ranil Wickremesinghe as his Deputy Chief of Staff. more..

U.N. rights boss urges Sri Lanka to probe secret jails, missing people

Sep 30 (Reuters) The top U.N. human rights official called on Sri Lanka on Wednesday to investigate reports of secret places of detention and to set up a credible and independent body to clarify the fate of people missing since the civil war that ended in 2009. Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, voiced concern at continuing surveillance and interference in mainly Tamil areas in the north & east, more..