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Coffee & Health – Dr Harold Gunatillake Website: www.Doctorharold.com Transcript: Coffee is one of the most consumed beverages in the world. Global coffee consumption for the coffee year 2020/21 is estimated at 167.26 million bags, an increase of 1.9% over 164.13 million bags recorded in 2019/20. The United States and Germany lead the pack in coffee consumption, averaging more than two cups per day. Is coffee good for you or not? This would be a question you think of when you enjoy your cup of Joe in the morning. Why is coffee nicknamed a cup of Joe in the US? A “cup of joe” is one of coffee’s most common nicknames — and one of its most puzzling. Unlike “java,” which refers to a specific coffee-growing region, the origins of “cup of joe” are unknown. The term first started appearing in print in the 1930s, with the first occurrence of it in ...

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Democracy safeguarded – By Dr Harold Gunatillake   Transcript: *The government formed constitutionally voted by the people will continue. *Activists leave Galle Face protest site An event held at the ‘Agitation Site’ close to the Galle Face Green, Colombo this evening to remember the people’s heroes who sacrificed their lives in the struggle, reiterating they are always immortal! Pix by Waruna Wanniarachchi “If we lost the control of the Parliament since the system of governance will collapse, the Ministry of Defence cannot function. That is the reason to entrust you to fulfil that responsibility. Accordingly, there was no need to shoot the people who came to take over the Parliament. I thank and praise all of you for such professionalism though; several of your men were injured. The situation in the country changed the next day because there was security. Actress and GotaGoGama activist Damitha Abeyratne said today that they have ...

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Sri Lanka – Economic Progress – Dr Harold Gunatillake Transcript As reported by By Shabiya Ali Ahlam of Daily Mirror Sri Lanka as a nation must step up efforts to establish a social market economy, so that going forward the people can move forward with the assurance of sustainable growth and development, President Ranil Wickremesinghe said. Wickremesinghe, speaking at a conference yesterday that was aimed at reforming Sri Lanka’s current economic status, indicated that more must be done to bridge the inequality prevailing in the country and ensure all sections of the people across the island grow and reap the benefits of development and prosperity. “Just as much as we must make money and make bigger profits, there must be more money available to the people. The housing needs must be met in the next 15 to 20 years. “Poverty should no longer be existent the rural areas of Sri Lanka, ...

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Health & Views August 1st issue 2022 – By Dr harold Gunatillake Download the PDF file .   Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general information purposes only, and whilst the author will endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct, eLanka makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the eLanka website or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained in this article for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk. In otherwords, eLanka In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website ...

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Economic assurance for Sri Lanka – By Dr Harold Gunatillake economic Website : www.Doctorharold.com The importance of further strengthening the existing economic, agricultural and cultural relations between China and Sri Lanka in the face of the current financial crisis was emphasised Chinese Ambassador Qi Zen Hong assured China, as a member of the International Monetary Fund, will provide the necessary support at the board of directors meeting, a statement from the Prime Minister’s office said. The ambassador called on Prime Minister Dinesh Gunawardane and discussed economic, agricultural and cultural relations between China and Sri Lanka in the face of the current financial crisis. The discussion was initiated with a satisfactory reference to the historical bilateral relations between the two countries. “The Ambassador officially handed over the congratulatory message sent by the Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang to the new Prime Minister Dinesh Gunawardena. During the meeting, the importance of further strengthening the ...

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Sri Lanka’s Future – By Dr Harold Gunatillake Website: www.Doctorharold.com transcript: FSP Leader Kumar Gunaratnam and his “Aragalaya”- The emergence of the “Peratugami Samajavadi Pakshaya” (Frontline Socialist Party) as an influential player in Sri Lankan politics. A remarkably significant outcome of the Aragalaya has been the emergence of the “Peratugami Samajavadi Pakshaya” (Frontline Socialist Party) as an influential player in Sri Lankan politics The Peratugami Samajavadi Pakshaya is composed of the members who defected from the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP). It can be considered as a party that was born in the political womb of the JVP and competes with it The pioneering role played by the Anthar Vishwa Vidyalaya Shishya Bala Mandalaya (Inter-University Students’ Federation) which can be considered as the university student union of the party in preparing and mobilising militant student groups for the uprising seems to have contributed significantly to the enhancement of the strength of the Peratugami ...

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A Kelly Klassic – “Connie Francis – Don’t Break The Heart That Loves You” – by Des Kelly   A Kelly Klassic.  In my opinion, one of the BEST Connie Francis songs. Let’s  reminisce for a while.  Not only was she beautiful, she was a superb singer as well. Desmond Kelly. (Editor-in-Chief) e’Lanka. ...

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How I made good in Australia, some reminiscences – By Dr Harold Gunatillake Written by Dr Harold Gunatillake OAM FRCS,FIACS,FICS,AM(Sing), MBBS(Cey) In 1969, I returned to the island with my fellowship degree and much training with one of the famous surgeons in London, Mr Norman Tanner, and as Senior registrar at Queen Mary’s Hospital Orthopaedics. I still recollect the interview for the selection of Senior Orthopedic Registrar at Queen Mary’s, sitting in front of a panel of professionals and administrators, and over 50 doctors sitting in the waiting room waiting for their interview for a single position, many locally qualified Britons. I was asked, “Mr Gun, what are your plans coming from Ceylon seeking positions in hospitals in the UK?” My prompt reply was that I have been sent to the UK for specialised training to obtain the fellowship degree, return to Ceylon, and spread the ‘Gospel of the training obtained’ to ...

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Sri Lanka’s Future – By Dr Harold Gunatillake Do not let politicians fool the country anymore The current politician had enough time to resolve the issues, but they did not put effort into doing so. They miserably failed to resolve the political and fiscal crises. They neither desire to do so nor have the brains to solve problems affecting the country and its people. In addition, they are selfish and only want solutions and benefits and payments for themselves, with zero empathy for the public. Prof Sunil J Weerawansa Ranil takes oath as Acting President. COLOMBO (News 1st); Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe was sworn in as the Acting President in the presence of Chief Justice Jayantha Jayasuriya. Wickremesinghe was appointed as the Acting President following the resignation of Gotabaya Rajapaksa. SLPP supports Ranil in the Presidential race British MP Calls For International Arrest Warrant Against Gotabaya Rajapaksa New Delhi: Sir Ed ...

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