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Cold weather leaves over 1,600 livestock dead in N/E

Cold weather leaves over 1,600 livestock dead in N/E

dailynews.lk – The number of livestock deaths due to the cold weather that affected the Northern and Eastern Provinces increased to 1,660 by 12.00 noon yesterday (12). The Livestock Division...

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A spike in HIV infected cases in the country

A spike in HIV infected cases in the country

Out of 3,600 people living with HIV here at home at present, the majority is men having sex with men (MSM) ft.lk – By Randima Attygalle Out of 3,600 people...

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Build the world we want: A healthy future for all

Build the world we want: A healthy future for all

Gongal rightly points out that climate change is a driver for emerging risks in food safety. “Its impact is more evident in food borne pathogens with low infective doses. The...

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Adverse weather leaves three dead and 19 others injured

Adverse weather leaves three dead and 19 others injured

island.lk The Disaster Management Centre (DMC), on Monday, announced that three persons had died and 21,644 others were facing health issues due to adverse weather conditions, caused by Cyclone Mandous....

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Rising air pollution levels threaten health

Rising air pollution levels threaten health

island.lk – Prof. O. A. ILEPERUMA Public concern is increasing about the high levels of air pollution in Sri Lanka, where the air is described as unhealthy for the general...

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Eight institutions under Agriculture Ministry to be merged

Eight institutions under Agriculture Ministry to be merged

Buddhika Imbulana – dailynews.lk Agriculture Minister Mahinda Amaraweera has decided to merge eight institutions under the Ministry of Agriculture into four institutions next year. Minister Amaraweera says that this step...

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Spotlight on Gal Oya National Park: Illegal mine operations threatening flora and fauna

Spotlight on Gal Oya National Park: Illegal mine operations threatening flora and fauna

Gal Oya National Park A few weeks ago, at around 1.00 am, I received a phone call from a friend from the Department of Wildlife and Conservation (DWC). “Brother, I’m sorry...

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Scientists discover ‘something morbidly mysterious’ in Indian Ocean

Scientists discover ‘something morbidly mysterious’ in Indian Ocean

island.lk After discovering a host of bizarre creatures of the deep near Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Australia’s national science agency CSIRO has found something quite surprising in the depths of the...

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Delhi air quality remains ‘very poor’ at 337 AQI

Delhi air quality remains ‘very poor’ at 337 AQI

island.lk CAQM lifted the ban from the construction activities which was followed by the transport department revoking the ban on the transport activities. ANI: The air quality in the national...

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Were Climate change and air pollution the cause?<br>Peradeniya scientists to probe 700 animal deaths in North and East

Were Climate change and air pollution the cause?
Peradeniya scientists to probe 700 animal deaths in North and East

sundayobserver.lk – BY CHAMIKARA WEERASINGHE A group of Peradeniya University scientists travelled to the North and the East yesterday to ascertain whether climate change-induced temperature shifts and air pollution were...

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