"My Country Sri Lanka" Essays and Research Papers

  • My Country Sri Lanka

    As opposed to a 10-place jump in the previous year, Sri Lanka has suffered a 16-place relegation in the latest Global Competitiveness Rankings list released by the influential World Economic Forum (WEF) yesterday. Sri Lanka’s rank of 68th place out of 144 countries surveyed from 52nd place in the previous year was despite the overall score changing marginally to 4.2 points from 4.3. WEF assess a country’s competitiveness using 12 broad pillars – institutions, infrastructure, macro-economic environment...

    Davos, Economics, Global Competitiveness Report 962  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sri Lanka

    SRI LANKA Welcome all of you to Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka was known as Ceylon before 1972 and became independent in 1948.its 1972 constitution claimed it an independent republic. Based on Geography profile showing that Sri lanka is about 65,610sq/km between West Asia and South East Asia. Sri Lanka is an island-nation situated in the Indian Ocean, off the south-eastern coast shores of India., Sri Lanka is a multi-religious and multi-ethnic nation, where almost 70 percent of the population follows Buddhism...

    Colombo, India, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam 1440  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gender Issues in Sri Lanka

    considering third world countries, most would say that they have some very similar characteristics. Third world countries are often thought of as places that are impoverished, have significantly high birthrates, are economically dependent on advanced countries, and have not evolved socially in regards to equal rights issues. Although many of these characteristics do apply to Sri Lanka, the latter has definitely evoked some discussion on the topic of gender issues in underdeveloped countries. Issues such as...

    Economics, Family, Female 1145  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tourism Industry of Sri Lanka

     1. SRI LANKA A DESTINATION FOR TRAVEL AND TOURISM 1.1Tourist arrivals through the years Over the years Sri Lanka has been a tourist attraction. The tourism industry in Sri Lanka has gone through an up and down road mostly due to the instability of the country. The graph below shows these fluctuations. Source: Annual Statistical Report of Sri Lanka Tourism-2007 & Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority. The above graph shows how much Sri Lanka’s tourism industry has declined considering...

    1916, 1917, 1925 540  Words | 6  Pages

  • Development Constraints in Sri Lanka

    Poor governance can be viewed as a major constraint to the development of a country. Through a brief political history of Sri Lanka this section will demonstrate the linkages present in a number of government issues that have hindered the development of Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka gained independence from Britain in 1947. From 1948 to 1977 Sri Lanka was a socialist country. Industries were nationalized and a welfare state was established. This improved living conditions but produced slow economic growth...

    Economic growth, Economics, Macroeconomics 1350  Words | 4  Pages

  • Fab India in Sri Lanka

    Synopsis Fabindia’s Foray into Sri Lanka (Cross Culture Marketing) [pic] [pic][pic] [pic] [pic] Group 7: Shamsy Goyal- 211 Punit Saraf- 230 Ridhee Singla- 238 Anshul Bhatia-253 Tejuswi Prakash-242 Amar Bhartia- 255 Shashank Yagnick- 259 About Fabindia: Fabindia is India's largest private platform for products that are made from traditional techniques, skills and hand-based processes. Fabindia links over 40,000 craft based rural producers to modern urban markets...

    Buddhism, India, Indian Ocean 533  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sri Lanka

    TODAY’S SRI LANKA Development’s from 2010 to 2012 TODAY’S SRI LANKA Sri Lanka successfully concluded a war against a terrorist Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in May 2009. There has been no terrorist violence in Sri Lanka since the end of the conflict. Today, Sri Lanka today is aggressively promoting ethnic reconciliation, redevelopment of conflict-affected areas and expanded trade and foreign investment for the restoration of normalcy throughout the island. Sri Lanka successfully...

    Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Northern Province, Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka 1085  Words | 7  Pages

  • Inflation Management in Sri Lanka

    Inflation Management through the Interest Rate Channel in Sri Lanka 1. Introduction Monetary policy comprises the rules and actions adopted by the central banks to achieve their objectives. In most countries the primary objective of the monetary policy is price stability. The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) has two core objectives: (1) maintaining price and economic stability and (2) maintaining financial system stability (Central Bank of Sri Lanka 2012, ‘About the Bank’, para. 1). To attain the objective...

    Central bank, Federal Reserve System, Fractional-reserve banking 1474  Words | 5  Pages

  • Industrialization Experience in Sri Lanka

    Abstract On the whole, this paper gives an analysis on the impact of globalization on Sri Lanka and further examines the industrialization experience in Sri Lanka following the market-oriented policy transformation instigated in 1977, while emphasizing on the establishment of trade Policies including Foreign-Direct-Investments (FDI). Moreover, this paper recognizes that policy alterations have positively played a key role in converting a primary-product-exporting economy to an economy which manufactures...

    Export, Free trade, Globalization 1498  Words | 5  Pages

  • Causes of Conflict in Sri Lanka

    Causes of Conflict in Sri Lanka : Citizenship rights In 1948, Sri Lanka granted citizenship to those who were either born there in Sri Lanka or those fathers and grandfathers were born there. As a result, many Indian Tamils found themselves stateless. Though India tried to solve the problems, many Indian Tamils continued to stay stateless in the 1980s.In 2003, Sri Lanka passed the Grant of Citizenship to the person of origin Bill-Citizenship was given to any person or descendants of Indian...

    Jaffna, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Northern Province, Sri Lanka 744  Words | 3  Pages

  • Abortion in Sri Lanka

    | Abortion in Sri Lanka | | | Introduction Today in Sri Lanka escalating unsafe abortions has become a significant health and social issue. The low behind the abortion is exceedingly restrictive permitting for abortion except, the situation where pregnancy threatening to the life of the mother. But today in the society large numbers of unsafe abortions are performed. Main reason for that is women faced with unwanted pregnancies are forced to undergo abortions which are conducted secretively...

    Abortion, Birth control, Childbirth 860  Words | 3  Pages

  • National Museums in Sri Lanka

    The Department of National Museum is a non-ministerial government department in Sri Lanka responsible for maintaining the National Museums. There are other museum in the country run by the Department of Archaeology and the Central Cultural Fund, Sri Lanka. [edit] National Museums * National Museum of Colombo * National Museum Kandy * Colombo Dutch Museum * National Museum Galle * National Museum Maritime * National Museum Ratnapura * FOLK Museum, Anuradhapura * Walisinghe...

    Colombo, Galle, Kandy 1102  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sri Lanka Conflict

    Consequences of Conflict in Sri Lanka Political consequence consequence (SC). (PC), Economic consequence (EC), and Social PC: Political consequence is an important consequence of the Sri Lankan Conflict. Armed conflict arose out of the intense displeasure of the Tamils at their discrimination. An armed group, the Tamil Tigers, was formed which resorted to attacking Sinhalese as well as Tamil officials who supported the ruling party. Many incidences of violence ensued including the 1983 riots...

    Jaffna, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Northern Province, Sri Lanka 1268  Words | 4  Pages

  • Political Violence in Sri Lanka

    The Open University of Sri Lanka BA Degree in Social Sciences – Level iv (2007) Tutor Marked Assignment ii Applied Sociology – SSU 2207 Registration No: 60531951 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Last Date of Submission 30th April 2007 01. Do you think that political violence in Sri Lanka is a result of the power struggle? Discuss with example. The recorded history of the world clearly points out the major political...

    Aggression, India, Nazi Party 1259  Words | 4  Pages

  • Traditional Dancing in Sri Lanka

    to attract Tourists Traditional Dancing in Sri Lanka Sri Lanka’s Traditional dancing is a one major reason that attract foreign tourists to sri lanka. In this search for Traditional dancing ,we are going to find out , what are the dances , their characteristics , what musical instruments uses for the dance. There are three main styles of Sri Lankan classical dance: The Kandyan dances of the Hill Country, known as Uda Rata Natum; The low country dances of the southern plains, known as Pahatha...

    Dance, Drum, Drum kit 1902  Words | 6  Pages

  • Presntday Women in Sri Lanka

    shoulders of women. The Sri Lankan economy’s main foreign exchange earners used to be tea, rubber and coconut cultivation for export. Apart from these commercial crops, paddy (rice) cultivation has been the mainstay of the rural economy. Women’s labour plays an important role here, but in most instances is not taken into account. The traditional economic pattern has completely changed during the last 10-15 years. Remittances from Sri Lankans employed in the Middle Eastern countries are now the no.1 net...

    Economics, Human rights, Lanka 1443  Words | 5  Pages

  • Vending Machine Sri Lanka

    Silent Salesman: Vending Machine Technology adaptation in Sri Lanka 1. Introduction A Vending Machine is a coin or note operated machine selling products ranging from fast moving consumer goods up to selected electronic items. Vending machine has been considered as the best automated retail solution that with one swipe, eliminating the wonder through retail shops and super markets, thus ensures the round the clock convenience and exclusivity and impulse purchases for all customers. At present...

    Dispenser, Retailing, Sales 1978  Words | 6  Pages

  • Promoting National Unity in Sri Lanka Through Education

    It took three decades of war, ethnic conflict and loss of thousands of lives for Sri Lankans to realize the importance of unity. Sri Lanka now stands in a position where the country is gradually recovering from brutal wounds of war and this is high time for the nation to look into aspects of promoting unity among diverse cultures and ethnic groups to avoid the reoccurrence of such a tragedy. One way of achieving unity among different ethnic groups is through education. Enlightenment of the nation...

    Culture, Education, Lanka 883  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sri Lanka Culture Change to Attract Fdi

    Should Sri Lanka Business Culture be Changed to Attract Foreign Investments, to Produce Goods and Services to the Global Market By Fathima Shamila Suhaib MBA UWIC – at ICBT Mount Campus Batch No. 6 Student Number - 67 Introduction After worn out by the War for almost 30 years Sri Lanka is now rising high, like a Phoenix raising its wings of beauty. For many Global Business Giants this is very promising, many would see this as a Cinderalla Story “hidden in the kitchen now shining like...

    Foreign direct investment, International economics, Investment 1645  Words | 5  Pages

  • Sri Lanka Conflict Resolution Case Study

    Introduction The conflicts that plagued Sri Lanka for twenty-seven years of civil war can be traced back to the time when the country was decolonized by Britain. Although the conflict in Sri Lanka is ethnic in essence, the evolution of the conflict over that extended period of time added layers of grievances that resulted in intractability. This paper will try to identify some of the most important sources of conflict before and during the civil war in Sri Lanka. These sources will then be defined using...

    Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Northern Province, Sri Lanka, Sinhalese people 1669  Words | 5  Pages

  • Global Economic Crisis and Sri Lanka

    Comments on The Present Global Financial Crisis and Sri Lankan Economy by Mr Ajith Nivard Cabraal, Governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka 10 October 2008 1. The Global Economy is in Turmoil.  The ongoing financial crisis originated as a result of the subprime mortgage crisis (SMC), erupted in mid 2007. The SMC erupted due to the bursting of the US Housing Bubble and high default rates on “Sub Prime Mortgages”, beginning 2006.  The major cause for this financial crisis was the reckless providing...

    Bank, Central bank, Exchange rate 1315  Words | 4  Pages

  • Is it efective to have a submarines for Sri Lanka Navy

    IS IT EFFECTIVE TO HAVE A SUBMARINE FOR SRILANKA NAVY Sri Lanka is the main hub of sea lanes. All the ships gone through the Indian ocean from western countries to eastern countries. And also Sri Lanka called as the pearl of the Indian ocean. So the control of the Indian ocean should be command by Sri Lanka. Because of Sri Lanka should have strong naval force. In that case Sri Lanka Navy should have submarines. Now a days Asia’s water weren’t crowded with enough subsurface vessels, Iran, India...

    Anti-submarine warfare, Navy, Submarine 1203  Words | 4  Pages

  • Procurement in Sri Lanka

    own resources. But when it comes to larger organizations managers are controlling resources on behalf of shareholders. Further in government bodies they are using public funds, it means that their shareholders are general public (tax payers) in the country. In such a circumstances managers of larger companies and government bodies have a greater responsibility and greater accountability over company resources and produce more value to their shareholders. Procurement is one supportive activity in Value...

    Government, Non-departmental public body, Procurement 1758  Words | 6  Pages

  • Tamil Population in Sri Lanka

     The island of Sri Lanka, situated in the Indian Ocean off the southern tip of India, is an exquisitely beautiful and spiritual place. Torture, rape and random killings have been perpetrated by the military and pro-government paramilitaries. Underpinning this war has been Western military aid and political support. This reflects Sri Lanka's strategic significance, but also that the military, political and theocratic elites that rule Sri Lanka maintain Western domination of the economy that still...

    Eastern Province, Sri Lanka, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Northern Province, Sri Lanka 848  Words | 3  Pages

  • E-Tourism in Sri Lanka: E-Commerce Infrastructure

    E-Tourism In Sri Lanka E-Commerce Infrastructure University Collage Dublin Student Name: Madushanka W.H.M Student Number: 11294574 E-mail: madawa.hewage@gmail.com About Sri Lanka Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka commonly known as the pearl of the Indian Ocean or as Ceylon is one of the exquisite Island in the world Sri Lanka set in the Indian Ocean in south Asia near to the equator which is a great home to 8 UNESCO world heritage sites. Not only that this great Island has unspoiled beaches...

    Colombo, Computer reservations system, Northern Province, Sri Lanka 2115  Words | 7  Pages

  • An Architect of Sri Lanka- Geoffrey Bawa

    Geoffrey Bawa was born in Ceylon (now known as Sri Lanka), the younger son of a wealthy Muslim lawyer and his Dutch Burger wife. After graduating, he studied English at Cambridge and Law in London. He had always preferred to be treated as a Ceylon-born European instead of a Ceylonese who had some European blood in his veins. Perhaps he came to the conclusion that he was more Asian than European, Bawa decided to return to Colombo in 1948. “Soon after he returned, he bought an abandoned rubber estate...

    Building, Colombo, Courtyards 1573  Words | 5  Pages

  • Advantages & Disadvantages of Sri Lanka Entering Into Free Trade Agreements

    Page Introduction 02 History of Sri Lanka 02 Sri Lanka’s First Trade Agreement 04 Traditional Sri Lankan Export Commodities 04 Advantages 04 Disadvantages 06 Conclusion 07 References 07 Introduction In this assignment I am doing to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of Sri Lanka entering into regional trade agreement with its neighbors History of Sri Lanka Sri Lanka is a known country for the trade during the ancient and medieval...

    Dutch East India Company, Economics, Export 1033  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sri Lanka Tourism

    Tourists Return to Paradise Isle a Year After War’s End By Amantha Perera COLOMBO, May 17, 2010 (IPS) - A year since Sri Lanka’s bloody civil war ended on May 18 last year, tourists are returning in huge numbers to a popular beach destination located over 300 kilometres from where the last battles were fought. Nowhere is the relief at the end of fighting more tangible than on the beautiful beaches of Hikkaduwa, south of the capital Colombo. The war against the secessionist Liberation...

    Cultural tourism, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Maldives 905  Words | 3  Pages

  • Augmented Reality in Sri Lanka

    around. By simply tapping a place’s icon more information can be obtained. 3. Augmented Reality Applications in Sri Lanka Although Augmented Reality is a new technology there are many applications developed by Sri Lankans and widely used in Sri Lankan market. Following are some of the highlights of those. 3.1. D-App D-App is developed by Dialog Axiata PLC, Sri Lanka. D-App is a Mobile deal store which provides location specific deals and Gift Vouchers of restaurants, cafes, clothes,...

    Augmented reality, Google, IPhone 1516  Words | 5  Pages

  • Sri Lanka

    adventures and learning, we can have them if only we seek them with our eyes and mind open. my international internship through AIESEC, an NGO, took me to an incredible journey to Sri Lanka ; a booming country with beautiful and varied geography and a great deal of history. I was offered an international internship to Sri Lanka to teach Hindi, Dance and Sports to the under privileged children of Sri Lanka. There were 250 other interns from all over the world and i was representing India. I have...

    A Great Way to Care, English-language films, Human rights 599  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Critical Study of Income Patterns After the Event Tourism in Sri Lanka

    A critical study of income patterns after the event tourism in Sri Lanka Module Code & Title BLB00015-3 RM Prepared By Ruchith Prasanga Jayathilake (CB003427) GF1131BA Date of Submission st June 2011 Instructor Prof. Kennedy Gunawardena Submitted in partial fulfillment for the degree of Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Business Administration “A critical study of income patterns after the event tourism in Sri Lanka” Acknowledgement Author would like to thank all who help...

    Lanka, Maldives, Provinces of Sri Lanka 1290  Words | 7  Pages

  • Armed Conflict Is the Most Serious Consequence of the Conflict in Sri Lanka

    Armed conflict is the most serious consequence of the conflict in Sri Lanka. Do you agree with the statement? Explain your answer. I agree to a large extent that armed conflict is the most serious consequence of the conflict in Sri Lanka. Armed conflict is a serious consequence of the ethnic conflict in Sri Lanka because it has led to the destruction of the society in Sri Lanka by causing an estimated 64,000 deaths since 1956. The violence came in the form of wars and riots, the riots being...

    Jaffna, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Northern Province, Sri Lanka 872  Words | 3  Pages

  • Growth in the informal tourism sector in Sri Lanka

    Sri Lanka Tourism – Stronger Growth in the Informal Sector? The new breed of tourists…the Flash -Packers Srilal Miththapala There is no doubt that the overall tourist arrivals to Sri Lanka has shown YOY growth in the past few years. Almost all hotels are returning healthy revenue, occupancy and profitability figures. However there are some ‘rumblings’ from the larger established hotels that the performance has been not all that spectacular as compared to previous years. From an overall...

    Cultural tourism, Destination hotel, Hotel 1094  Words | 5  Pages

  • Contribution of Engineer to Economic Development of Sri Lanka After the Ethnic Conflict

    Contribution of engineer to economic development of Sri Lanka after the ethnic conflict Jayasuriya D.P 120258P Introduction Today Sri Lanka is an independent country. After the 30 year of war Sri Lanka is rising for the prosperity. Because of this war Sri Lanka couldn’t able to stand alone like a developed country. Engineers are mainly contributing to the development of Sri Lanka. * Benefits that gained after the war Sri Lanka faced a three decades of terrible war. It was started...

    Anuradhapura, History of Sri Lanka, Korean War 2206  Words | 7  Pages

  • Grape Farms in Jaffna (Sri Lanka)

    lawyers. They have dreams of their own and being a grape farmer is hardly one of them” For thirty long years Sri Lanka was torn apart by a malevolent war between the country’s majority and minority; a war that not only claimed the lives of many, soldiers and civilians alike, but also destroyed much property and dammed the country’s growth in uncountable ways. The whole of Sri Lanka grieved as one at all that was lost but it would not be incorrect to say that it was the north that suffered the...

    Agriculture, Fruit, GRAPE 1300  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Country, My Home

    because I was born in Malaysia. Why did I say this? This is because Malaysia is a good country in the universe. Malaysia is a country full of many different things. However, my country is also full of good points which makes many people love it. Firstly, the food is different from state to state. For example, in Ipoh, I can eat many food which cannot be eaten in other states, but it still in my country. Ipoh is famous for ”Ipoh Beansprouts Chicken”, I like to eat because it very tasty but...

    Bribery, Chinese New Year, Christianity 993  Words | 3  Pages

  • Post War Sri Lanka - Emerging Tourism Industry

    Macro Theme - Post war Sri Lanka - Emerging tourism industry Meso Theme - Forecasting Change Situation Analysis Sri Lanka was seen as a low budget tourist attraction. Industry colapsed mainly due to the war conditions through out last 3 decades. Tourists started pouring in to the country after the end of civil war. Major infrastruture development projects are undergoing in the country Government has identified tourism as a main source of foreign income and supporting the industry...

    Body fat percentage, Body mass index, Maldives 512  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sri Lanka Community

    My involvement with this culture started off with me being curious about my fathers heritage. It was also a way to feel connected to my grandparents that passed away. I never had a chance to meet them. I had so many questions for them. So many things I wanted to learn from them. The only remembrance I have from them is my grandmother's wedding ring that she had left for me. I started attending the Sri Lankan events a year ago. I would go by myself. I wouldn't parade the fact that my father was Sri...

    India, Lanka, Sri Lanka 876  Words | 2  Pages

  • 'O' Level Sri Lanka Social Studies

    What are the causes of the Sri Lanka conflict? 1. Citizenship Act In 1948, the citizenship act was passed and those who are born in SL or whose father/grandfather is born in SL are granted citizenship, whereas tamils who have been living in Sri Lanka for a long time and working in tea plantations are not given citizenship, and are denied basic rights such as voting. In 1964, the government sent many tamils back to India and granted citizenship to the remaining tamils. However, by the...

    Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Sinhalese people, South India 1191  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sri Lanka

     David Cameron, who is The United Kingdom’s current Prime Minister wishes to visit the war torn north of Sri Lanka in order to find out in detail what exactly went on over the course of about a half years’ time, and what has led to the horrific deaths of so many of its civilians. Cameron has requested a meeting with the controversial President of Sri Lanka, Mahinda Rajapaksa, after what the United Nations believes to be extremely heinous deaths of over 40,000 civilians over the course of the last...

    Chandrika Kumaratunga, Civil war, Human rights 856  Words | 2  Pages

  • Genocide in Sri Lanka

    Genocide in Sri Lanka To quote the late Chinese politician Mao Tse-Tung a, “Politics is war without bloodshed while war is politics with bloodshed.” Genocide; is the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group. But why do we participate in a matter that can only have a negative outcome? The ongoing struggle can be related to the religious, political and the European intervention to Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka a small island that lies...

    Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Northern Province, Sri Lanka, Sinhalese people 686  Words | 2  Pages

  • My Country

    Our Country Our Country, the Union of Myanmar, is known as the land of golden pagodas. Myanmar is surrounded by big countries like China in the north and India and Bengladish to the west. Thailand and laos lie to the east of Myanmar and the south is the east of Myanmar and the south is the sea. Its area is about 676553 square kilometers, and it is the second largest country in Southeast Asia after Indonesia. Although it is still a developing country, we can say it has good neighbours, great...

    Bagan, Buddhism, Buddhism in Burma 2172  Words | 6  Pages

  • Swot Analysis of Hotel in Sri Lanka

    of Form | Approval Procedures – Tourism ProjectsThe Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority is committed to help potential investor invest in Sri Lanka. Lucrative incentive programs are available and the Director, Planning and Development is available to assist interested organizations and individuals. | | Procedure 1. The Project Proponent should submit a project proposal to the Director/Planning & Development of the Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority (SLTDA) (Tel. 011-2437062)...

    Bandaranaike International Airport, Colombo, Construction 680  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sri Lanka expects fruit and vegetable exports to grow in 2012

    Micro Economics Sri Lanka expects fruit and vegetable exports to grow in 2012 Supply and Demand Model Pemila Gunasekera ID Number: 00002073 12/10/2012 Introduction This article is based on exceeding demand for fruits and vegetables in Sri Lanka and exports will grow in 2012. Bellow explanation is about the demand and supply model we learned in the Micro economics class and how to relate the article to the concepts what we have learnt in the class. ...

    Economics terminology, Inverse demand function, Market 1610  Words | 5  Pages

  • Sri Lanka's Continual Civil War

    Sri Lanka’s Continual Civil War The ethnic tension between Sri Lanka’s majority and minority populations, the Sinhalese who are mostly Buddhists being the majority and the minority being mostly Hindu and are called Tamil, has been going on for many of years. Finally in 1983 the ethnic tensions finally spilled over into civil war. The civil war has been mostly between the government of Sri Lanka and the militant organization called the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam. The LTTE are fighting for...

    Eastern Province, Sri Lanka, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Northern Province, Sri Lanka 962  Words | 3  Pages

  • My Country India

    MY COUNTRY INDIA India, officially the Republic of India (Bharat Ganrajya), is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country with over 1.2 billion people, and the most populous democracy in the world. Bounded by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the south-west, and the Bay of Bengal on the south-east, it shares land borders with Pakistan to the west; China,Nepal, and Bhutan to the north-east; and Burma and Bangladesh to the east...

    Bay of Bengal, India, Indian Ocean 1213  Words | 4  Pages

  • My Country

    for? International Kite Festival in Vung Tau has undergone four monumental scale organization, attracted a lot of countries.  2009 (from 26 to 30/3) than 300 kites due to the technology people from many different countries were represented in large-scale international kite festival in Vietnam at Vung Tau beach themed “Sealarge kites. “This festival group participants from 15 countries around the world such as USA, France, Australia, Philippines, Newzeland, Taiwan, Indonesia … gathered in clubs and...

    Vietnamese cuisine 1618  Words | 6  Pages

  • My Vision to My Country

    “I belive that no country can prosper until the people themselves realises the worth of their country”. Unity, Faith and Discipline, was the slogan of Mohammad Ali Jinnah but unfortunatley few follow him.Today we are fighting,we are arrogantt and most of all we have corrupt politicans OVERVIEW It is an undeniable and well-established fact the last decade was disastrous for Pakistan. While many developing nations made substantial progress, Pakistan lurched from one Energy and economic crisis...

    Economics, Foreign exchange reserves, Government of Pakistan 997  Words | 3  Pages

  • Seylan Problem in Sri Lanka

    Problem in Sri Lanka | NowPublic News Coverage Search Home Local Stories Stories Go Sign In Join NowPublic Truemors Sports Strange Internet Layoffs Google Help World Newsroom Culture Apple Forum Member Ranking Tech & Biz Health Drupal Tools Style Gadgets Environment Featured Tags: Automakers Tech & Biz Seylan Bank Problem in Sri Lanka Online FX Trading World's best user friendly software Join Our Newsletter for Offers www.sevenstarfx.com by Sri Lanka Army news...

    Bank, Central bank, Ceylinco Consolidated 5150  Words | 24  Pages

  • Study of Hutch Sri Lanka

    reference to Hutch Sri Lanka”. STUDENT NAME: Muhammad Naveed Zafar STUDENT ID: T21200674 SUPERVISOR: Mr Nalin Abeysekera Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 1 Introduction: 3 2 Study Back Ground: 4 2.1 Table 1- Number of Sri Lankan Mobile Subscribers in Millions 5 3 Study Area: 6 3.1 Hutch Telecom: 6 3.2 Hutch Sri Lanka advertisement: 7 3.3 Public Relation activities: 8 3.4 Least Customer Satisfaction: 8 3.5 SWOT ANALYSIS OF HUTCH SRI LANKA: 8 4 Research Objectives...

    Advertising, Customer satisfaction, Marketing 3906  Words | 14  Pages

  • Humanitarian Operations in Sri Lanka

    Asia regional Director for Medicines Sans Frontiers. We started talking about the post civil war situation in Sri Lanka and its humanitarian fallout. He told me about refugee camps set up for the war-affected population; and described the kind of work that his group did there. As I listened to him, I was enthralled. This here was an opportunity for me to contribute to a bigger cause beyond my immediate community. But MSF was a health aid provider, and I had no experience in health care – would MSF be...

    Civil war, Colombo, Jaffna 532  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Relvance of Information Security in 21st Century Sri Lanka

    This is an essay i submitted to an essay competition recently. “THE RELEVANCE OF INFORMATION SECURITY IN 21ST CENTURY SRI LANKA” Information security is rapidly increasing in relevance and importance to 21st century Sri Lanka. The widespread growth of Information Technology has been the major deciding factor of this. Although we must realize that even though the relevance of information security is majorly increasing because of the advance in technology, we must not assume that the concept...

    Access control, Biometrics, Bruce Schneier 1067  Words | 3  Pages

  • Literature Review - Review on Hris and Need for a Hris for Nurses in Public Health Sector in Sri Lanka

    Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) and need for a HRIS for Nurses in Public Health Sector in Sri Lanka Dr. Ravi R. Wickramaratne MBBS Postgraduate trainee in Biomedical Informatics Post Graduate Institute of Medicine University of Colombo Sri Lanka E-mail: raviwick@hotmail.com Abstract Shortage of human resource data for the health sector in many developing countries including Sri Lanka is a recognized drawback in managing Human Resources in Health (HRH). Currently the availability of...

    1981, Health care, Health care provider 1915  Words | 6  Pages

  • Sri Lanka Report

    [pic] COUNTRY REPORT OF SRI LANKA [pic] Submitted by- Group 4 Rajat Khullar- FT-11-1021 Amit Yadav- FT-11-1040 Arshdeep Singh- FT-11-1002 Avijit Srivastava- FT-11-1042 TABLE OF CONTENT ...

    Colombo, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Northern Province, Sri Lanka 5244  Words | 23  Pages

  • Pest Analysis for Thailand and Sri Lanka

    appointed Vice President of International Marketing research it is my job to help seek to internationalize our business operations. The Chief Executive has identified Thailand and Sri Lanka as high-potential countries that we can do business with. It is now my job to look at public domain resources that will provide us with information about the exporting marketing and international sourcing of these countries and then analyze if these countries are a good choice for our U.S. based company to do business...

    Central Intelligence Agency, Export, Inflation 3219  Words | 10  Pages

  • Health Tourism in Sri Lanka

    Sri Lanka | Assignment | | Group 04 | | Course: HTE 385-2 Health and Adventure Tourism Lecturer: Mr.Manoj Samarathunga | Hospitality, Tourism and Events Management Degree Program Uva Wellassa University of Sri Lanka Acknowledgement First and foremost we offer Our sincerest gratitude to our dear sir, Mr. Manoj Samaranayake Who teaches us “Health & Adventure Tourism” And also has supported us to do our report, “Health and Wellness Tourism in Sri Lanka” ...

    Ayurveda, Maldives, Medicine 3602  Words | 12  Pages

  • transport in sri lanka

    Srilanka ... Public Transportation in Sri Lanka is based mainly on the road network which is centered on Sri Lanka's capital, Colombo. Buses, three-wheelers and trains make up the public transport system. Airports, harbors and waterways are also there. Most of the roads in Sri Lanka are in good condition; however some roads in the rural areas might not be up to standards. Below are a list of means of transport that you can consider while visiting Sri Lanka: Buses more images Buses...

    Bus, Mode of transport, Public transport 264  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tourism Industry Sri Lanka

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