• Sri Lanka and Belize Investment Report
    Executive Summary Investing in a foreign economy was once seen by light-hearted investors as a frightening endeavor plagued by risk and uncertainty. Regrettably, for fear of not taking a stab in the dark, the aforementioned investors missed out on major investment opportunities in China. The sud...
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  • Business Environment of Sri Lanka Telecom Plc
    Acknowledgement I wish to express my sincere gratitude to all those who helped me in compiling this assignment. First and foremost God Almighty for giving me the strength, courage and guiding me in the right path. My parents for their tiring efforts and for bearing up with my agendas Mr. An...
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  • Sri Lanka After the War
    Sri Lanka after thirty years of war; the achievements so far and the challengers ahead For nearly three decades, Sri Lanka has been scarred by a bitter civil war driven by ethnic tensions. In May 2009, the Government of Sri Lanka announced a decisive military victory over the Liberation Tigers...
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  • Sri Lanka Report
    [pic] COUNTRY REPORT OF SRI LANKA [pic] Submitted by- Group 4 Rajat Khullar- FT-11-1021 Amit Yadav- FT-...
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  • Literature Review - Review on Hris and Need for a Hris for Nurses in Public Health Sector in Sri Lanka
    Literature Review Article Review on 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-ma...
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  • Role of the Navy in Disaster Management in Sri Lanka Full text
     CHAPTER 1 Introduction 1.1 Disasters in Sri Lanka Sri Lanka is known as the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean, Island Paradise and more recently, A Land like no other “. Words such as hazards and Disasters were very rare in Sri Lanka and people lived with seasonal floods, droughts,...
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  • Marien Life Tourism in Sri Lanka
    Executive Summary Sri Lanka is an island with a rich cultural heritage, diverse landscapes, and a significant number of wildlife reserves. Today after three decades of ethnic unrest, tourist activities in Sri Lanka have shown promising signs of recovery, by becoming the fourth largest foreign excha...
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  • 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...
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  • elephant transit center sri lanka
     Executive Summary Human Elephant Conflict has been a growing concern in Sri Lanka for decades. The damage caused to property, cultivated lands, human lives and increasing deaths of elephants has intensified in the past few decades. 70% of the country's wild elephant...
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  • Country Competitivenes - 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...
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  • 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...
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  • External Analysis for Dialog Telekom Sri Lanka
    Contents Executive Summary 2 Company Background 3 Issues Faced 6 Competitor Analysis 7 Porters Five Force Model 9 PEST Analysis 13 Factors responsible for Dialog’s Decline 16 Strategies 19 Strategies implemented by Dialog 20 SWOT Analysis 23 Conclusion 25 Reference 26...
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  • The Ltte Was More a Hindrance Than a Help to the Tamils in Sri Lanka.
    Q: The LTTE was more a hindrance than a help to the Tamils in Sri Lanka. The LTTE was a help to the Tamil cause because they had tried to voice their unhappiness regarding their human rights on behalf of all the other Tamils in Sri Lanka. This gave them hope that they would be heard and actions wou...
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  • Sri Lanka Development Stratergies
    1. Introduction Sri Lanka’s development policies are being reoriented under the stewardship of the United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) Government, aimed at acceleration of economic growth with special consideration given to pro-poor growth strategies. The development strategy consolidates...
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  • The Pearl of the Indian Ocean: Sri Lanka
    "AYUBOWAN" May you have the gift of long life! It is with this traditional greeting, that everyone is welcomed to Sri Lanka, the paradise island. For a small island Sri Lanka has many nicknames; Serendip, Ceylon, Tear drop of India, Resplendent Isle, Island of Dhamma, Pearl of the Indian Ocean. This...
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  • Sri Lanka
    ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form Bottom of Form Countries and Their Cultures Countries and Their Cultures » Sa-Th » Culture of Sri Lanka S RI L ANKA C ULTURE N AME Sri Lankan A LTERNATIVE N AMES Ceylonese, Lankan O RIENTATION Identification. The off...
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  • Proposed Youth Policy in Sri Lanka
    NATIONAL YOUTH POLICY The final DRAFT prepared by The Committee appointed by the Hon. Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs MEMBERS Prof. Lakshman Jayatilleke (Chair) Prof. Siripala Hettige Prof. M T M Jifffry Mr. O Arumugam Ms. Sriyanie Wijesundara (Convener) CONTENT Abstract Page 1. 2...
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  • 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...
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  • Sri Lanka
    Politics of India and South Asia Sri Lanka is a small island nation off the southeast coast of India. The country is considered a good economic and developed economy but it has major issues with Tamil Eelam of Sri Lanka. Even with the conflict within the nation it has been able to survive having...
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  • Problems in Mobile Communication Industry - Sri Lanka
    Summary Technology is an essential part of any business and hence enterprises should have very clear understanding of their technology needs and opportunities. Sri Lankan Mobile Operators are in a better position in term of technology. Objective of this report is to analyze current technology level...
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