eLanka Newsletter – 10th July 2024 – 3rd Edition Sri Lankans in Australia Click here or on the image below to read this week’s elanka Newsletter A TALE OF THREE CITIES – POLONNARUWA ANGKOR AND BAGAN – (LOWER MYANMAR).- By Bernard VanCuylenburg Newsletter – May-June 2024 – from Sri Lanka High Commisson, Canberra Australian Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) Cricket Schedule 2024 – Dates & Times and How to Watch Live – Milestone Weber WBBL|10 season to usher in new era Obituary – Abeyagunewardena JP, Don Vinee Birthdays – by Charmaine Candappa Another successful Eighty Club luncheon and a sellout crowd responded to make it a great afternoon at the Grand on Princes By Trevine Rodrigo The English Language – a bit of poetry -By Charles Schokman Dragonfruit: The Exotic Superfruit – By Nadeeka – eLanka Ripe Jackfruit (Waraka) in Sri Lanka: A Culinary and Cultural Delight-by Kalani-eLanka Forgotten Fortresses: ...

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eLanka Newsletter – 7th July 2024 – 2nd Edition Sri Lankans in Australia Click here or on the image below to read this week’s elanka Newsletter A cold and frosty night in Melbourne failed to overcome the warmth of the birthday celebration of Suresh De Cruze at the popular Walawwa. – By Trevine Rodrigo Record-breaking turnout anticipated from India for upcoming Border-Gavaskar Trophy ‘Never look back & never compromise’ – By Savithri Rodrigo The Brad and Kiara Show Podcast – 2024-7-6 SUNDAY CHOICE – The Lord is My Shepherd – By Charles Schokman Top 10 Job Fields in Australia – By Bhanuka – eLanka The Moringa Tree: Nature’s Miracle – By Nadeeka – eLanka Kaleidoscope Let’s Talk with Beverley Pinder OAM 27th June 2024 India strives for cobalt in contested ocean waters – By Arundathie Abeysinghe THARANGA NANAYAKKARA RENOWNED AS ‘RADIO THARANGA’ A MULTIPOTENTIALITY INDIVIDUAL ALREADY AN ICON IN FM ...

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eLanka Newsletter – 3rd July 2024 – 1st Edition Sri Lankans in Australia Click here or on the image below to read this week’s elanka Newsletter Honoring The Life of Ralph Clive Amarasinghe (August 3, 1948 to June 29, 2024) Shenal Rajapakse showed off his talent at a entertaining 21 birthday celebration at Trinco Bar and restaurant in Rowille – By Trevine Rodrigo Women’s A to face India Women’s A in Queensland this August Pioneering days of the Trinity College Chapel; 1920 and after. – By Ranil Bibile (Epilogue to main article on the TCK Chapel by RB SONG OF PRAISE – Let your day be filled with joy – By Charles Schokman SRI LANKA CRICKET NEWS – JUNE 2024 Are We Ready to Inject AI to Our Economy? – By Nisal Rukshan A MEETING OF CULTURES: THE UNIQUE VERNACULAR CHAPEL AT TRINITY COLLEGE KANDY, SRI LANKA -By Ranil Bibile ...

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Twenty 20 ( T 20) A Game Changer But LPL 2024 Played to Barren stands in Pallekele – By Sunil Thenabadu In the landscape of contemporary cricket, Twenty20 (T20) cricket originated in England in 2003  has arose as a game-modifier, redefining the way cricket is played, viewed, and experienced. Since its inception, T20 cricket has revolutionized the sport, offering an extremely  fast-paced and exhilarating format that has seized the imagination. But Lanka Premier League 2024 Played to Barren Stands In Pallekele The format, characterized by its fast-paced nature and limited overs, aimed to provide a more entertaining and spectator-friendly version of the game. The inaugural T20 World Cup in 2007, won by India, marked a turning point for the format, sparking a surge in popularity and paving the way for the global expansion of T20 cricket. At the heart of T20 cricket’s plea is its fast-paced and action-packed nature. With ...

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eLanka Newsletter – 30th June 2024 – 9th Edition Sri Lankans in Australia Click here or on the image below to read this week’s elanka Newsletter A major global worry. When leaders and politicians do not know when to quit! Has the US Presidential debate got lessons for Sri Lanka? – By Aubrey Joachim Windies lift to seal 2-1series win in a thriller. – BY TREVINE RODRIGO IN MELBOURNE. (eLanka Sports Editor) Foreign Policy significance of Dr. Jaishankar’s visit to Sri Lanka – By Arundathie Abeysinghe The Double-Edged Sword: Falling Oil Prices and Regional Impacts – By Hemantha Yapa Abeywardena SUNDAY CHOICE – He’s Still Working On Me – By Charles Schokman Understanding Insulin Resistance – By Dr Harold Gunatillake The Brad and Kiara Show Podcast – 2024-6-29 Springvale RSL’s ‘Taste of Asia’ Night Delights Guests with Food and Entertainment- By Trevine Rodrigo Kaleidoscope with Savithri Rodrigo 216 27 06 ...

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eLanka Newsletter – 26th June 2024 – 8th Edition Sri Lankans in Australia Click here or on the image below to read this week’s elanka Newsletter Sri Lanka women heap more more pain on Windies in T20 opener. – BY TREVINE RODRIGO IN MELBOURNE. (eLanka Sports Editor) Usman Khawaja launches Prime Café in Melbourne Athapaththu leads Sri Lanka to clean sweep over West Indies for the first time. – BY TREVINE RODRIGO IN MELBOURNE. (eLanka Sports Editor) Jesus our friend and comforter – By Charles Schokman WAS THE THIRD PRIME MINISTER OF CEYLON THE SON OF A MURDERER ? THE TRIAL OF JOHN KOTELAWALA (SENIOR) – By HUGH KARUNANAYAKE Afghanistan ‘talibans’ Australian T20 Cricket Aspirations-by Michael Roberts Brain Draining Pearl – By Nisal Rukshan MULTI FACETED LEGENDARY TITUS THOTAWATTE REMINISCED – By Sunil Thenabadu OBITUARY – CHANDRA SENARATNE (9 Feb 1933 – 3 June 2024 ) – By Hugh Karunanayake ...

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MULTI FACETED LEGENDARY TITUS THOTAWATTE REMINISCED – By Sunil Thenabadu Image Source : dailynews Thotawattege Don Manuel Titus de Silva , popularly as Titus Thotawatte,also as “Tye Mama” was a Sri Lankan director and editor who made several popular Sri Lankan action movies in the 1960s and 1970s and later developed Sinhala children’s movie ‘Handaya” and many cartoon programs. He was born on 17 April 1927 in Colombo. He was the second child in a family of three children, with one elder brother and one younger sister. He attended Ananda College in Colombo shown talent for drawing from young days had studied art under J.D.A. Perera and Stanley Abeysinghe and Matara Technical College.He had also learnt the art of dancing. Having been employed in the Government Film Corporation as a film editor but Titus Thottawatte’s journey in life was changed having joined Lester James Peries and Willie Blake as editor to make the film  Rekava in 1956. It was an ...

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eLanka Newsletter – 12th June 2024 – 4th Edition Sri Lankans in Australia Click here or on the image below to read this week’s elanka Newsletter Prof Siri Kannangara – Dhamma Sermon (Tueaday 11 June ) and Alms Giving ( Wednesday 12 June) at the Lankarama Buddhist Temple, Schofileds (Sydney) Understanding Creatinine: Your Kidney’s Health Indicator – By Dr Harold Gunatillake Pakistan crumble in run chase against India in crunch T20 World Cup encounter Dr. Siri: Village boy to global healer, a legacy of kindness and excellence – By Krishantha Prasad Cooray Sharp rise in US crude stocks: the only chart that explains the oil price stagnation – By Hemantha Yapa Abeywardena An Inspirational Message for the Month of June 2024 – Glorifying God in our Weakness – By Charles Schokman HIGH COMMISSIONER SECURES PAKISTAN FAN ZONE TICKETS BONEY M. Sets Sydney Disco Inferno Ablaze at Enmore Theatre in Sydney! ...

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THE RISE OF BOLD AMAYA ADHIKARI A DARING UNMATCHED CHARACTER IN THE ANNALS OF ARCHIVES IN SRI LANKA – Sunil Thenabadu Image Source : Chat & Music Facebook In our lives many startling incidents do occur. The famous singing duo Athula and Samitha too had undergone such astounding phenomena After a successful singing and life having two grown up daughter and a son a third party Amaya had peeped into their lives.- Amaya had come to fame initially from been crowned in a pageant in year 2006 then became a model after which called for music videos  The marriage of Athula Samitha had already ended in a divorce when the duo became acquainted. Many had criticized that it was Amaya who was responsible for this rupture, but not so Amaya had added many times There had been many FB posts blaming Amaya for this rupture, such as ‘not ashamed’ Amaya has ...

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eLanka Newsletter – 5th June 2024 – and Edition Sri Lankans in Australia Click here or on the image below to read this week’s elanka Newsletter Prof Siri Kannangara – A COLOSSUS, A LEGEND – By Maithri Panagoda AM Vale Dr Siri – A remarkable human being – By Dr Palitha Ganewatta Photos from the Luncheon held at COCO Gabba with the Sri Lankan Community Leaders during Her Excellency the Sri Lankan High Commissioner and her First Secretary’s visit to Brisbane on the 6th and 7th of June 2024 Bowling masterclass helps Bangladesh edge past Sri Lanka Ceylon Society of Australia (CSA) Meeting on Sunday 2 June at 6.30 pm at Pennant Hills Community Centre AUSTRALIA SRI LANKA ASSOCIATION INC NEWSLETTER The essential value of language takes centre stage at Sydney Town Hall SILENT SENTINELS OF ANCIENT GLORY. THE PRAMBANAN HINDU TEMPLES OF EAST JAVA – by Bernard VanCuylenburg Elon ...

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