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All Asians cook rice and curries by wasting nearly 60% energy that can be saved scientifically Read more...
Animals are born free. But almost everywhere they are in chains. Zoos symbolize this phenomenon. Zoos therefore do not deserve to be sustained. It is a legacy of the uncivilized world. It is morally indefensible. It is cruel. It is shameful. It turns Justice on its head. Its future, like… Read more...
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To some people the word spice means something hot that means chillies but that is a completely wrong idea. A spice could be a seed, fruit, root, bark, berry, bud or vegetable substance primarily used for flavouring, colouring or preserving food. Spices are distinguished from herbs, which are parts of leafy green plants used for flavouring or as a garnish. Many spices have antimicrobial properties. This may explain why spices are more commonly used… Read more...

MEDIA IN A NUTSHELL

Monday, 23 May 2016 15:13
Media, press freedom and journalists have become a pet topic currently in Sri Lanka. Of late various accusations have been levelled against newspapers and newspaper owners with particular emphasis on certain journalists and 'rechristening' them with indecorous names. In normal life the majority of humans tend to encourage what is… Read more...
Published in Ceylon Today on 18 May 2016 Read more...
A friend of mine submitted the following story of his own experience, as a feedback, after reading my articles on supernatural experiences of various kinds. My friend’s father Jim (imaginary) had died at the age of 66 years and 6 months to be precise, at an integer of 666! There… Read more...
A literary Festival is generally recognised as a gathering of both authors and readers, held annually to afford an opportunity to authors mainly to feature and demonstrate a variety of their work thus stimulating and inspiring. Such festivals bring both the books and the reader together without creating a street… Read more...
Scientific energy saving cooking technique is widely applicable Read more...
Death is generally referred to the instance at which life ends. The public uses many euphemisms for death such as 'passed away', 'expired', 'deceased' etc. The dead body is denoted as the corpse in a polite reference. It is estimated that about two-thirds out of 150,000 people who die on… Read more...
Angela was in her fifties, happily married and settled down comfortably in a middle class family in Moratuwa. Hailing from a pedigree of a well-known entrepreneurial family, she had three sons. The eldest graduated and became a high-ranking government official, second worked as an architect and the youngest known as… Read more...
CEYLON  TODAY - English Translation by Dr. Tilak S. Fernando Read more...
President Maithripala Sirisena became Sri Lanka’s 6th Executive Present with the promise  ‘not to breach the trust’ placed in him. True to his words, he has been working untiringly to bring coherence with the SLFP to develop the Country with his new concept of a mixed government of all parties,… Read more...
CEYLON TODAY - According to ‘Ceylon’ history ancient kings had divided the country into three principalities namely, Ruhunu, Maya and Pihiti. The three kingdoms were known as 'Tri Sinhale.' Read more...

 

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