Lankapage Logo Recent Top Stories
CP 13 YEARS
Go Home Home Serving the Sri Lankan community globally since 2000
go to LankaPage.com

Leading News from Sri Lanka::

* Sri Lanka's coastline between Galle Face and Mount Lavinia to be developed
Thu, Dec 13, 2012, 01:38 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Dec 13, Colombo: Sri Lanka plans to develop the coastline from the Galle Face Hotel complex to the Mount Lavinia Hotel limits.

A meeting to discuss the development of the coastal belt was held at Temple Trees on Tuesday evening under the patronage of President Mahinda Rajapaksa.

During the discussion, plans have been made to beautify the stretch of beach and to prevent coastal erosion.

The Project is due to be completed within three years at an estimated cost of US$ 25 million.

The President has discussed the practical implementation of the project and the steps that need to be taken in the future.

Minister Basil Rajapaksa, Secretary to the President Lalith Weeratunga and Finance Secretary Dr. P.B. Jayasundera participated in the discussion.

(Photos by Sudath Silva)



ColomboPage - Recent 10 Stories
Sri Lanka Central Bank to issue Rs. 24 billion Treasury Bills on 9th
-- [15 minutes ago]
China to build a hospital in Polonnaruwa for Sri Lanka's kidney patients
-- [1 hour and 11 minutes ago]
Hundreds protest against using Sri Lanka's idling Mattala airport for paddy storage
-- [1 hour and 35 minutes ago]
EU committed to support healthy democracy in Sri Lanka - EUEOM
-- [2 hours ago]
Sri Lankan national dies in Chennai police custody
-- [3 hours ago]
Sri Lanka's Interblocks and Sweden's West International launch strategic partnership
-- [4 hours ago]
Sri Lanka, UAE explore ways to strengthen trade and investment ties
-- [4 hours ago]
Sri Lanka's President urges new cabinet ministers to work in unison
-- [5 hours ago]
Sri Lanka's new cabinet ministers
Indian Tamil party leader to bring resolution against Sri Lanka's domestic probe

Copyright © 2000, 2012 by LankaPage.com (LLC) :
The news and other contents on ColomboPage are copyrighted property of LankaPage.com, LLC. Any unauthorized use of any information on ColomboPage may constitute a violation of copyright laws. You need written permission to reproduce, republish, post, transmit, broadcast or distribute, material from this site from LankaPage.com, LLC. However, news organizations or broadcasters in Sri Lanka may republish the news items in ColomboPage with proper acknowledgment to ColomboPage.