Monday, April 11, 2016

Technology: How can I Trace Cell Phone Numbers?

From time to time, people wonder how easy it is to trace cell phone numbers. In fact, there are several resources that may be employed to find out who is using a cell phone to call your home or cell number. Here are a few options that consumers have available to trace phone numbers that originate with a cell phone exchange.

One of the first resources to utilize to trace cell phone numbers is the Internet. Try a simple search on the cell phone number and see what comes up. Alternatively, there are free cell phone directories that are available on the Internet. While the level of information that can be obtained from these directories is somewhat limited, the free directory will often include data regarding the current carrier associated with the cell phone number, and the city of origin. Keep in mind that in an era when number portability makes it possible for people to move to new locations and retain a cell phone number issued in another part of the country, the information obtained from a free directory may be outdated.


Sunday, April 10, 2016

Environment: Which Foods are Toxic to Cats and Dogs?

As people have become more health conscious, so have they been paying more attention to the health needs of the furry members of the family. To this end many animal lovers have become aware that the majority of commercial pet foods contain unhealthy ingredients and have shifted instead to sharing the refrigerator and cupboards. While natural, fresh food is far healthier than byproducts and preservatives, keep in mind that the foods listed below are known to be toxic to cats and dogs because of the different ways animals metabolize them.

Technology: What are the Advantages of a Dual SIM Phone?

A dual SIM phone allows users of mobile devices the ability to install two subscriber information module (SIM) cards into the slots found inside the battery compartment. This is a convenient way for many mobile phone users to store additional digital information and use one cell phone unit to take calls from two different calling numbers. Using this type of phone also allows consumers to operate two different cell phone networks on one unit, making it convenient for business owners to communicate with one unit instead of having to carry around two separate devices.

Mobile technology has made it possible for consumers to take advantage of the convenience of a dual SIM phone. By simply replacing the SIM card in an unlocked compatible mobile phone, users can switch phones or add information to their address books. In addition, it gives cell phone users the ability to share information with other users easily by inserting the SIM card into other mobile devices.

Beauty: What Are the Different Types of Hairlines?

Included in the many different types of hairlines is the straight hairline, the receding hairline and the widow’s peak. Other types include the high hairline, low hairline and the abnormal hairline which may include irregular hairlines such as those containing a cowlick. Different styles of hairlines can be found at the front hairline as well as the back hairline.

A straight hairline is often seen as a normal hairline. Such are hairlines that are not high or low and do not contain irregularities. As the name of these types of hairlines suggests, straight hairlines are positioned at the top of the forehead and extend the width of the face and usually are not recognized as being abnormal in any way. Individuals intent on fixing a hairline often strive to acquire this type of hairline in the process.

Technology: What is a Dry Cell Battery?

The dry cell battery is one of the most commonly used types, including AA, 9-volt, and watch batteries. Dry cell batteries are different from wet cells because their electrolytes are contained in a low-moisture paste, while a wet cell has electrolytes contained in a liquid, hence the difference in names. A chemical reaction within the battery creates an electrical charge that flows from inside to an outer circuit that is connected to an electrical device.

What Is It Made Of

Dry cell batteries, regardless of their size, typically have the same basic components. At the center of each is a rod called a cathode, which is 
often made of carbon and surrounded by an electrolyte paste. Different chemicals can be used to create this paste, such as ammonium chloride and manganese dioxide, depending on the type of battery. The cathode and electrolyte paste are wrapped in paper or cardboard and sealed into a metal cylinder called an anode, which is typically made of zinc.



Education: What is an Accountant?




An accountant is an individual who performs accounting tasks for individuals or companies. The exact material that an accountant handles varies depending on the size of the company and the accountant's specialization, but generally includes financial records, taxes, and responsibility for the issuing of financial reports. An accountant is one of the primary figures in a business that he or she works for, whether it is a multinational corporation or a small family owned business. Requirements to become an accountant vary upon specialization and nation, but generally include certification through a professional agency and a basic college degree in accounting and finance.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Drink Coconut Water First Thing in the Morning

This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Drink Coconut Water First Thing in the Morning 

The latest health trend in America, coconut water, is a natural drink abundant in immune boosting vitamins and nutrients that can significantly improve your overall health. The liquid from tender, unripe coconuts is a natural isotonic beverage, low in calories, and zero fat and cholesterol. It also contains easily absorbed carbohydrate in the form of sugar and electrolytes.

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Those who scolded lifting dresses have now become puppies

Those who scolded lifting dresses have now become puppies



 The western province council Member Malsha Kumaratunga has added these comments on the members of the Sri Lanka Freedom party.
She has added that the former Chairmen and vice Chairmen and many members of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party had scolded the President of the party my raising their clothes. The same persons

Another suspect in Seya's murder arrested, Police is silent

Another suspect in connection with Seya's murder arrested. Police  keeps silenAnother suspect in Seya's murder arrested, Police is silent

 It is reported that another suspected connected with Kotadeniyawa Seya Sadewmi's rape and murder has been arrested by the
Kotadeniyawa Police.

However it is at a loss to understand that the suspect named "Kondaya"  who has been arrested had already made a confession that he is the person who committed the rape and murder. After the confession had already  been made by the suspect "Kondaya"the media  is surprised why the Police has not made any comments on

Monday, August 24, 2015

News: Eknaligoda case: CID questions four more army personnel

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) is interrogating an Army Corporal, a Sergeant, and two Lieutenants, in connection with the mysterious disappearance of journalist Prageeth Eknaligoda, a police source said.

Earlier, the police announced that the CID has apprehended two suspects in connection with the disappearance case. Police Spokesperson ASP Ruwan Gunasekara said that an ex-LTTE carder and a retired army officer were arrested.

At present, a Habeas Corpus case continues at the Homagama Magistrate’s Court with respect to this case.

News: Sri Lankan held for drug trafficking in India

The Indian police have detained a Sri Lankan Tamil over his alleged involvement with a fake currency circulation, drug and human trafficking gang, the Hindu newspaper reported.

After rounding up the 10-member gang during the month-long operation, the Indian Police have recommended the detention of the four accused, including the Sri Lankan Tamil, who had acted as masterminds in the case, under the NSA, the police said.

The four accused – B. Yasar Arafat (32) from Pamban, M. Munis alias Murugan (27) from Rameswaram, D. Robert (32) from Pamban and Markas alias Siva (30), the Sri Lankan refugee in Adiyanoortu camp in Didigul, had acted as the brains behind the illegal act, posing a threat to national security, the police said.

News: President offers UK envoy post to Sangakkara : VIDEO

President Maithripala Sirisena offered the position of High Commissioner of Sri Lanka to the United Kingdom a short while ago. President made the offer speaking at the farewell ceremony held at the end of the second test match for the cricketing legend.

After the match, it was an emotional afternoon on the ground for Sangakkara as players, fans and several other dignitaries gathered to honour him.

Sangakkara said that he was surprised by the offer for British High Commissioner post, however, he will take a decision after discussing with the President.

News: Gammanpila, Dinesh, Vasu and many MP-elects to remain in opposition

Udaya Gammanpila says that many MP-elects including Wimal Weerawansam, Dinesh Gunawardena, and Vasudeva Nanayakkara have already decided to function in the opposition.

Several other MP-elects of the UPFA will also remain in the opposition, he added.

The MP-elects of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) have been given freedom to choose whether to join the National Government or function in the opposition, the President has said.

The Government has announced that it is ready to form a National Government with the opposition. On August 20, the Central Committee of the SLFP appointed two committees to formulate a MoU in its bid to form the National Government with the ruling party.

News: New Ministers likely to take oath tomorrow

The swearing-in ceremony of the new Ministers will likely be held tomorrow (25), a source said.

The oath ceremony will be held before President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe at the President Secretariat Office.

The source added that several top ministerial portfolios of the previous government have been reshuffled.

The Government has announced that it is ready to form a National Government with the opposition. On August 20, the Central Committee of the SLFP appointed two committees to formulate a MoU in its bid to form the National Government with the ruling party.

The MP-elects of the SLFP will be given freedom to choose whether to join the National Government or function in the opposition. 

Friday, August 21, 2015

News: No UPFA approval for MOU: Dinesh

The United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) yesterday disassociated itself from the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between its main constituent Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) and the United National Party (UNP), a party leader said yesterday.

The the SLFP led UPFA is registered as a separate party political party with the Mahajana Eksath Peramuna (MEP), Sri Lanka Mahajana Party (SLMP), the Desa Vimukthi Janatha Party (DVJP), Eelam People’s Democratic Party (EPDP) and the National Unity Alliance (NUA) as its other constituents.

MEP Leader Dinesh Gunawardane told Daily Mirror the UPFA executive committee had not agreed to the signing of the MoU to form a national government for a period of two years.

News: UNP-SLFP consensus on Uva PC

The two main parties are hoping to arrive at a consensus with regard to the appointment of the Uva Provincial Council's Chief Minister and the administration of the UPC, a politician said yesterday.

The post would fall vacant with its current Chief Minister Harin Fernando being elected to parliament at the August 17 general election.

Mr. Fernando told Daily Mirror yesterday he discussed the matter with President Maitripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.

“I consented to the appointment of a member of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) if it is the President's wish as well. I requested for two portfolios for the United National Party (UNP),” he said.

News: Despite defeat, I will serve the people: Upeksha

Popular actress Upeksha Swarnamali aka 'Paba' who lost her bid for election on the UPFA ticket in the Gampaha district said today she would continue serving the people.

She told Daily Mirror that she was grateful to all those who voted for her. The absence of a strong election campaign and the lack of experienced organizers were the main reasons for her defeat.

“There were shortcomings on my side as well. I was compelled to confine my campaign to the Diwulapitiya electorate with Pradeshiya Sabha Chairman Indika Anuruddha with years of political experience contesting from the same electorate. I failed to garner enough preferential votes for these reasons,” Ms. Swarnamali said.

Video of the Day: Ranil Wickremesinghe sworn in as Prime Minister

VIDEO OF THE DAY

News: Ranil new Prime Minister

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe is seen being sworn in as the new Prime Minister of Sri Lanka byPresident Maithripala Sirisena at the Presidential Secretariat. Pix by Pradeep Pathirana.

News: Australia will continue to support Sri Lanka - Bishop

Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop today congratulated Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on his re-election, following the peaceful parliamentary elections held on Monday.

Issuing a statement, she said that Australia was looking forward to work with Prime Minister Wickremesinghe’s government to further develop strong bilateral relationship and to address shared regional and global challenges.

“Australia has a close and long-standing bilateral relationship with Sri Lanka. We are working closely with Sri Lanka to grow trade and investment and increase cooperation on security and transnational crime, particularly countering people smuggling,” she said.

News: New US Ambassador to SL presents credentials

New U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka and Maldives Atul Keshap presented his credentials to President Maithripala Sirisena in a ceremony at the Presidential Secretariat today.  

The ceremony marks the official beginning of Keshap’s tenure as the U.S. Ambassador to Sri Lanka.  

The US embassy in Colombo said that Ambassador Keshap is a career diplomat with the U.S. Department of State, and has spent much of his career focusing on South Asia, including Sri Lanka.  

Most recently, he was a Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs in Washington DC, working closely with a strategic region of almost 1.7 billion people and over $2 trillion in economic output.  His other overseas postings have included work at the U.S. Embassies in New Delhi, India; Rabat, Morocco; and Conakry, Guinea.

News: EU lauds Sri Lanka’s genuine election

The European Union says the parliamentary elections held in Sri Lanka on August 17 were genuine, well administered and peaceful overall.

It was noted that the Sri Lankan people came out to vote high numbers, confirming their support for continued democratic reform.

The new Government that will be formed as a result of this election will need to have among its priorities continued improvement in good governance, human rights and the rule of law, as well as the crucial tasks of accountability and genuine national reconciliation, the EU observed.

The Union also stressed that all political actors should play a constructive role in this process.

News: UPFA names National List MPs

The United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) today named the 12 MPs who would enter the next Parliament from the party’s National List. 

The following have been named as UPFA National List MPs: 

1. Lakshman Yapa Abeywardena
2. Thilanga Sumathipala
3. Sarath Amunugama 
4. Dilan Perera 

News: Karu to become next Speaker?

Senior UNP leader Karu Jayasuriya has been proposed as a suitable candidate for the post of Speaker of the next Parliament, according to political sources.

However, it is said that no final decision has been taken on the matter.

The former Gampaha District MP and Minister did not contest the recent Parliamentary Election, however his name was included in the National List of the United National Party (UNP).

Chamal Rajapaksa served as Speaker of the previous Parliament.