Good News FromJayam May 15, 2022 Pls Scroll Down 35 items Please click on link below for website and past issues goodnewsfromjayam.com It’s Summer in Los Angeles Buddhists, Christians and Muslims Celebrate Ramazan at Galle Face, Colombo The Muslim community organized an alms-giving for the Maha Sangha at Galle Face to mark the end of Ramazan fasting season. A nun and a cleric serving meals to the Maha Sangha at the event. Ven.Omalpe Sobitha Thera and Ven. Rajawatte Vappa Thera were present along with the clergy. Ambassador Dr Palitha Kohona Presents His Letter of Credence to The President of Mongolia Ambassador Dr. Palitha Kohona, who is concurrently accredited as the Ambassador to Mongolia, presented his Letter of Credence to the President of Mongolia, H.E. KhurelsukhUkhnaa on 27 April 2022. Arriving at the State House for the Credentials Ceremony, Ambassador Dr Palitha Kohona, inspected a ceremonial guard of honour and was accorded an extended meeting by the President, ...

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Remembering a great artiste Source:Island on his 25th anniversary The late, and great Clarence Wijewardene is one artiste who will never ever be forgotten – when it comes to music. It was Clarence who revolutionised the Sinhala music scene, and it was his creations that brought into the limelight, what is now referred to as ‘Sinhala pops.’ His very first band, the Moonstones, electrified the scene with their special brand of Sinhala pops and, from that point onwards, hits after hits followed. Before long, several others decided to follow in the footsteps of Clarence and the local scene began to reverberate to his music…and style. ...

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Sri Lankan-born Anjalee de Silva elected to the Monash City Council Source: The Sunday morning Sri Lankan-born Anjalee de Silva was recently elected to the Monash City Council in the latest local government elections in Victoria, Australia. She was endorsed by the Australian Greens Party and is the only councillor of Sri Lankan origin to be elected in Victoria for the upcoming four-year term. As part of her role as a councillor, she has also been appointed a member of the Monash Council Gender Equity Advisory Committee and the Monash Council Multicultural Advisory Committee. Anjalee migrated to Australia as a four-year-old, with her younger sister Saranee and her parents Dr. Saman de Silva and Mihiri de Silva (nee Premathilake). At the time of migration, both her parents were chartered civil engineers who graduated from the University of Moratuwa. Anjalee graduated from the University of Melbourne with First Class Honours in ...

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