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Students should be equipped with modern technology to take over the country by 2048 – President

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President Ranil Wickremesinghe who was the chief guest at  the 135th Annual Prize Giving ceremony of Ananda Vidyalaya in Colombo said that it is crucial for students in the country to have comprehensive knowledge of modern technology and continually update themselves with the latest advancements to prepare for the future which would  enable them to take over the country by 2048.

Additionally, the President suggested that once the economy is stabilized with the support of the IMF in four years, it would be worthwhile to evaluate whether to continue on the same old path or take a new direction that aligns with the developing world.

 



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Majority of the population lacks trust in elections and the political system – President

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During his address at the ‘2023/2024 National Law Conference’ held at the Grand Hotel Nuwara Eliya, President Ranil Wickremesinghe said that the majority of the population, including the youth lacked trust  in elections and politics .

The President further emphasized that while the re-establishment of law and order, as well as political and economic stability, is crucial, it does not imply that Sri Lanka has completely overcome the crisis. He emphasized the necessity of making significant commitments in the future to ensure the success of the entire process.

 

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Prime Minister Dinesh Gunawardena has audience with King and Queen consort of Thailand

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Prime Minister Dinesh Gunawardena called on King Majabijayalgkon and the Queen Consort at the Royal Palace in Bangkok on Friday (02).

The King referred to the long-standing Buddhist ties between the two countries and said that fond memories of his visit to Dalada Maligawa in Kandy 30 years ago when he was the Crown Prince is still in his heart.

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Commit to safeguard Buddhism and preserve the invaluable Buddhist heritage – President

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President Ranil Wickremesinghe in his Poson message urged everyone to commit to safeguard Buddhism and preserve the invaluable Buddhist heritage gifted to us by the arrival of Arahat Mahinda Thera in our land.

He said that Poson Poya Day is of the highest significance to Sri Lankan Buddhists as it marks the historic arrival of Arahat Mahinda Thera to our Motherland with the message of the Buddha, paving the way to create a new meaningful identity as well as a cultural renaissance.

 

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