Tuesday, June 25, 2019

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Monday, April 22, 2019

FCO’s advice for victims of terrorism

On 21 April 2019 bombs were used to attack three churches and three hotels in Sri Lanka, in central Colombo; in the northern suburb of Colombo Kochchikade, and in Negombo roughly twenty miles north of Colombo; and in the east of the country in Batticaloa. There have been significant casualties. If you are in Sri Lanka and you are safe, we advise that you contact family and friends to let them know that you are safe.
If you are in Sri Lanka and have been directly affected by the attacks, please call the British High Commission in Colombo: +94 11 5390639, and select the emergency option from where you will be connected to one of our consular staff. If you’re in the UK and worried about British friends or family in Sri Lanka caught up in the incidents, please call the FCO switchboard number: 020 7008 1500 and follow the same steps.
Security has been stepped up across the island and there are ongoing security operations. These may continue for a number of days and the situation remains dynamic. Please follow the advice of local security authorities, hotel security staff and your tour company. The airport is operating, but with increased security checks and long queues for taxi pick-ups. Some airlines are advising their passengers to arrive early for check-in, in light of increased security screening. You should check with your airline about suggested check-in times.
If you have witnessed or been affected by any of the attacks in Sri Lanka, please consult the FCO’s advice for victims of terrorism. This includes a 24/7 support line, offering emotional and practical support for anyone affected by an attack, and it is free to call.
The Sri Lankan authorities have declared a nationwide curfew. You should limit movements until this has been lifted, following the instructions of the local authorities and your hotel/tour operator.
The Sri Lankan authorities have confirmed that, if you need to catch a flight from Colombo airport, you are able to travel to the airport provided you have both passport and ticket valid for travel that day. They have also confirmed that arrangements have been put in place for arriving passengers.
You need a visa to enter Sri Lanka. See Visas
Most visits to Sri Lanka are trouble-free. However, you should be aware of the risk of sexual assault, spiked drinks, road accidents, drowning due to dangerous tides and credit card fraud. See Safety & Security
Dengue fever occurs throughout the country. See Health
Sri Lanka can be affected by severe weather such as like tropical cyclones and monsoon rains. A general alert has been issued by the Centre for Disaster Management over the onset of the South Western Monsoon (check local advice before setting out. See Natural disasters
Terrorists are very likely to carry out attacks in Sri Lanka. See Terrorism
If you’re abroad and you need emergency help from the UK government, contact the nearest British embassy, consulate or high commission.
The Overseas Business Risk service offers information and advice for British companies operating overseas on how to manage political, economic, and business security-related risks.
Take out comprehensive travel and medical insurance before you travel.


Credit: www.gov.uk

Friday, March 15, 2019

"New Zealand shooting" is a brutal incident

What a sad news today, every corner in the world would have been talked about this brutal attack on people who were in the mosque in New Zealand.

Oh my god, can not describe the nasty of the incident.

You can see how the gunman shoots on innocent people inside the mosque. Do not allow this kind of matters in any form the subject.

If you want see some example please click to see but do not promote to see others if they do not like.

We must work together to end this trend.

https://twitter.com/SMASjee/status/1106481288926674944

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

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Thursday, March 7, 2019

A good news for HIV/AID patients


In the modern world, there are many big barriers for human life. Specially War, Drugs and Illness are the main troubles among them. Particularly in Africa and part of Asia are largely affected from HIV/AIDS. Scientist and researchers including drug inventors are intensively involved to find a medicine.


However, this is the second time, in the world, after the successful diagnosed to a human body who have been lived with HIV/AIDS virus, have been removed in London. According to many international media, team of doctors made this significant record second time, in the World.



AIDS is a human immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV) in which the body's immune system is dysfunctional. AIDS patient is HIV. The doctors have been succeeded in this HIV treatment challenge. Doctors have been treated this patient for more than two years. Some kind of ‘stem cells’ has been injected into patient’s body and it worked as antibiotics.





Courtesy : Reuters 

Monday, February 25, 2019

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