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President Mahinda Rajapaksa, handing over a package of medical protective gloves to WHO Country Representative in Sri Lanka Dr. Firdosi Mehta, symbolizing Sri Lanka's donation of one million medical protective gloves to Ebola-affected African countries, at the Temple Trees yesterday (Sep. 18). Minister of External Affairs, Prof G L Peiris and Hayley's Chairman Mohan Pandithage were also present on this occasion. (Photo by : Nishanka de Silva)


At ICAPP General Assembly
President Rajapaksa cautions of dangerous trends to Asian Community
Friday, September 19, 2014 - 7.09 GMT
The emerging trends in the world, including in parts of Asia give signals that are dangerous to the Asian Community, President Mahinda Rajapaksa cautioned the Asian political parties.

I would never stop serving the public
Never neglect development for people - President
Thursday, September 18, 2014 - 8.28 GMT
President Mahinda Rajapaksa said he would not stop serving the public and will never neglect development activities which are meant for the people.

Anagarika Dharmapala raised his voice during the darkest era in Sri Lankan history - President Rajapaksa
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - 8.44 GMT
Anagarika Dharmapala worked relentlessly to uplift Sinhala Buddhists during the darkest era in Sri Lankan history when there was no opportunity for the people even to think about freedom, said President Mahinda Rajapaksa. ďAt that time there were no political parties in Sri Lanka.

The Search for Peace

"Our Government is firmly committed to uphold democracy and the protection of human rights. Our  Government's   prime
responsibility is also to free our people from the grip of terrorism and violence. Attempts by any individual or organisation to violate or suppress such rights enjoyed by the people, would be thwarted at all costs by our Government. We will do our utmost to show to the civilised world our commitment and sincerity in this task," said President Mahinda Rajapaksa.

The President’s Fund

The President's  Fund is a multi-faceted   institution with a range of activities that include help for scholarship and tertiary educatio

; advance of religion; and recognition of service to the nation .It is best known as an oasis of relief for those in need of urgent surgery and other medical treatment beyond one's reach in cost.The Fund which was established in 1978, in keeping with its vision, has continued to provide relief and assistance under successive President's of Sri Lanka.
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