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Sri Lanka Guardian [04/30/18, via Sri Lanka Guardian]
US & Pakistan — Peeping Into Closed Eyes ( April 30, 2018, Islamabad, ) Accidents, particularly the road-accidents, are always a result of some negligence rather carelessness. Fate and luck also play an important role in occurrence of an accident. In the first week of this [...]

[04/22/18, via Computerworld Australia]
Toshiba eyes cancelling chip unit sale if no China approval by May, reports say Japan's Toshiba Corp has decided it will cancel the planned US$18.6 billion sale of its memory chip unit if it does not get approval from China's anti-monopoly regulator by May, the Mainichi newspaper has reported. A consortium led by U.S. private [...]

Computerworld Australia [04/19/18, via Computerworld Australia]
Psykinetic launches 'world's fastest' eye-gaze keyboard, music-maker and app store Frontier is touted as the 'world's fastest eye-controlled communication keyboard'. Users utilise off the shelf eye-tracking devices to select letters on a qwerty keyboard. Algorithms in the backend learn and adapt to an individual's eye movements [...]

The Sydney Morning Herald [04/29/18, via The Sydney Morning Herald]
Canberra to host a bumper summer of international cricket Cricket ACT boss Cameron French has lauded Manuka Oval's inaugural Test match as "the jewel in the crown" and hopes it will spark talks for a new long-term deal to play internationals in Canberra. Canberra could still be in the frame for a day-night [...]

A history of medicine in Sri Lanka from the earliest times to 1948 A history of medicine in Sri Lanka from the earliest times to 1948
1987
ISBN
326 pages
In My Mother's House In My Mother's House
Published by University of Pennsylvania Press 2011
ISBN 9780812205114,0812205111
320 pages
Economic Bulletin Economic Bulletin
1985
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Buddhist Fundamentalism and Minority Identities in Sri Lanka Buddhist Fundamentalism and Minority Identities in Sri Lanka
Published by SUNY Press 1998
ISBN 0791438341,9780791438343
212 pages

Unattended Retail's Payments Snapshot - PYMNTS.com

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At least that may be the case if today’s unattended retail players have anything to say about it. The self-service retail market’s fully connected vending machines are now designed with today’s consumers in mind — offering cashless options and more. And unattended retail player USA Technologies just nabbed a partner in crime as it expanded its partnership with Rawls Distributing Company earlier this month. In light of the news, PYMNTS recently caught up with Robin Rawls, President of Rawls Distributing Company, to discuss the partnership, the uptick the company has seen in cashless transactions and more. PYMNTS: In your words, what does the implementation of USA Technologies’ ePort Connect into all of Rawls Distributing Co’s Canteen machines mean to the world of unattended retail.

[via www.pymnts.com]

Ireland's grand Test vision clouded by advance of T20 - ESPNcricinfo.com

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We have a massive f***ing chance to stay in the West Indies for an extra four weeks," bellowed Trent Johnston. It was St Patrick's Day 2007, and Ireland had just bowled out Pakistan for 132 on a green Sabina Park wicket in the World Cup. For four more weeks, Johnston didn't have to. Led by 72 from Niall O'Brien , Ireland scrapped their way to a three-wicket win. Ireland were the sixth Associate to beat a Test team in the World Cup. Three had become Test nations themselves, and Ireland intended to become the fourth. That ambition to play Test cricket gave Irish cricket an identity and sense of purpose.

[via www.espncricinfo.com]

[03/16/16, via The New Indian Express]
World T20: Struggling Sri Lanka Eye Positive Start Against Afghanistan KOLKATA: Lost in transition, defending champions Sri Lanka will look to come out of the rut and start well against a spirited Afghanistan in their World Twenty20 Super 10 opener at Eden Gardens here tomorrow. The defending champions, who were also runners ... [...]

[03/15/16, via Rediff India Abroad]
After politics, it's cricket time for Pakistan IMAGE: Pakistan's captain Shahid Afridi and other teammates during warm up against Sri Lanka at Eden Garden in Kolkata ... The team's captain Shahid Afridi is in the eye of a storm after stating that Pakistani players are loved more in India than their ... [...]

[03/16/16, via Lanka Newspapers]
Civil Society Condemns Yahapalanaya Bonanzas For MPs The National Movement for Social Justice (NMSJ), Purawesi Balaya and Decent Lanka has called on President Maithripala ... Wijesooriya said, alleging that politicians had turned a blind eye to suffering of the ordinary people. [...]

[03/15/16, via Pakistan Defence]
Sri Lanka's Success Story in Maternal Healthcare The weight, height and vaccination status of registered children are recorded by a midwife at a monthly clinic [Suda Shanmugaraja/Al Jazeera] Colombo, Sri Lanka - Ariyaseeli Gunaweera ... Behind her glasses, her eyes shine with tears. [...]

[03/15/16, via Marine Link]
CCCC to Resume Sri Lanka Port Project After Suspension China's CCCC said on Tuesday it had approval to restart the construction of its $1.4 billion real estate project near Colombo's port that was suspended a year ago on the orders of the Sri Lankan government. Sri Lanka's cabinet last week granted approval ... [...]

Sri Lanka’s artificial Christmas tree enters Guinness Book of Records

“The largest artificial Christmas tree measures 72.1 m (236 ft 6.58 in) tall, and was achieved by Arjuna Ranatunga Social Services (Sri Lanka), in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Dec 26, 2016, the statement said.The certificate by Guinness World Records recognising the achievement has been handed over to the governmentThe record which was previously held by GZ ThinkBig Culture Communication Co, Ltd (China), in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. The Chinese Christmas tree was 55 meters (150 ft) high.The Sri...

Eric Rajapakse Opticians celebrates 100 years of improving vision in Sri Lanka

Eric Rajapakse Opticians is celebrating 100 years, making history as one of the country’s oldest eye care brands in Sri Lanka.When Alfred Rajapakse started Colombo Optical company in 1917, there was just a handful of other optical companies in the country. Eric Rajapakse moved the premises to Upper Chatham Street, establishing himself as a leading figure in the optical industry.Rohan Rajapakse after him, opened many branches, in Colombo, Kandy, and Jaffna, expanding the business considerably....

Auf tropische Expeditionen mit PONANT

Vom Eis der Antarktis zu den Küsten Afrikas, von den großen Flüssen Südamerikas bis ins geheimnisvolle Asien: Im neuen Katalog für die Wintersaison 2018/2019 stellt die französische Kreuzfahrtreederei PONANT verschiedene Reisen auf den sieben Weltmeeren vor. Insgesamt können die Gäste zwischen 69 unterschiedlichen Routen wählen, darunter 27 Polarexpeditionen und 18 tropische Expeditionen. Mit der Indienststellung der ersten beiden von insgesamt vier Schiffen der neuen Ponant Explorers,...