Harin Fernando ready to step back from MP post for Ranjan Ramanayake to enter Parliament

SJB MP Harin Fernando speaking to media on the occasion of opening the Samagi Jana Balawegaya (SJB) Head Office in Wattala today (01) said he is ready to step back from his parliamentary membership for former MP Ranjan Ramanayake, should President Gotabaya Rajapaksa choose to release him from prison. Claiming himself to be someone who can fight on the road, MP Fernando added that Ramanayake, on the other hand, must be in Parliament. “I realised one thing in life. You have to get used to…

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Day of the Dead parade returns to Mexico City after Covid

Thousands of people have gathered in Mexico City to celebrate the annual Day of the Dead. Celebrations for Día de Muertos usually take place around 2 November and it is a time when Mexican families honour deceased loved ones in the belief their souls return to earth to be with them. The parade in Mexico City is a more recent addition to the festivities and was inspired by the 2015 James Bond film Spectre. Source link–!Thank You !– more

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Wolves 2 – 1 Everton

First-half goals from Max Kilman and Raul Jimenez helped Wolves to a 2-1 win over Everton as Rafael Benitez’s side were beaten again. Alex Iwobi did pull one back for the away side at Molineux but Wolves’ superiority in the opening 45 minutes proved the difference as Bruno Lage’s men move up to seventh in the Premier League table with a fourth win in five games. Benitez’s Everton are in desperate form by comparison, failing to reverse the recent trend of results that saw them beaten 5-2 at home to…

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Dharma Dheerasinghe to chair committee examining revival options for failed finance firms – The Island

Access to quality English books The Big Bad Wolf Online Book Sale returns to Sri Lanka once again to wow book lovers across the country. This time, the Wolf has partnered with e-commerce giant, Shopify to bring the Wolf Pack a smooth and memorable shopping experience! This will be the Wolf’s sixth entrance to the island nation, a third entrance via an Online platform and the second time this year. This edition was officially announced on the 28th of October 2021 during a virtual Press Conference that was officiated by…

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Alan Igglesden: Former Kent and England bowler dies at 57 after battling brain tumour | Cricket News

Alan Igglesden made his Test debut against Australia at The Oval in 1989 and went on to feature during England’s 1993-94 tour of the West Indies; the former Kent seamer passed away on Monday at the age of 57 By PA News Last Updated: 01/11/21 9:25pm Alan Igglesden spent his entire playing career with his home county, Kent Former England Test seamer Alan Igglesden has passed away at the age of 57 after battling a brain tumour, the Professional Cricketers’ Association has announced. Igglesden, who spent 13 years with Kent…

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Antonio Conte: Tottenham expected to finalise deal with Italian on Tuesday after sacking Nuno Espirito Santo | Football News

Antonio Conte is expected to finalise a deal to become Tottenham head coach on Tuesday after a day of productive talks following Nuno Espirito Santo’s sacking. Former Chelsea boss Conte, who Spurs targeted before appointing Nuno in the summer, has been offered an 18-month deal by Tottenham and arrived in London on Monday for face-to-face talks, according to Sky in Italy. Negotiations with the Italian, who has been out of work since leaving Inter Milan in the summer, entered the final stages on Monday after Nuno was dismissed less than…

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Let’s take the people’s struggle to the streets: Opposition Leader (VIDEO)

The manner in which the government works must be stopped and the only force which can stop it is the Samagi Jana Balawegaya (SJB) said Leader of the Opposition Sajith Premadasa on the occasion of opening MP Harin Fernando’s SJB Head Office in Wattala today (01). Pointing out that the time has come to take the people’s struggle to the streets, the Opposition Leader added that the government’s arbitrary conduct can only be stopped by such a people’s struggle. The country is suffering from such…

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Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City Chiefs face test of resolve after difficult start to season | NFL News

How will Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs respond to their Week Seven defeat to the Titans? This is Patrick Mahomes. This is Andy Reid. This is Kansas City. The Chiefs will be fine… right? For a long time watching the Chiefs was an oasis of serenity as they navigated battle with an invincibility like that of a Jedi knight shrugging at stray Stormtrooper shots. At the rare sight of conflict, an equilibrium was around the corner; any chinks in their armour were swiftly veiled, any setbacks were bullishly quashed. Their…

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Anthony Elanga: UEFA to take no action after investigating alleged racist abuse towards Manchester United forward | Football News

UEFA will take no action after investigating claims Manchester United forward Anthony Elanga was racially abused while playing for Sweden Under-21s last month. The European governing body opened an investigation after Elanga alleged he was subjected to a racist comment from an opponent during his side’s European Under-21 Championship qualifier in Italy on October 12. The Swedish football association (SvFF) says it is frustrated proceedings have now been dropped and will appeal. SvFF general counsel Tobias Tibell said: “SvFF has taken this very seriously. It was right and important that…

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Oromo Liberation Army: On the ground with Ethiopian fighters

Conflict between the federal government and rebel TPLF forces in Ethiopia threatens the very fabric of the state, with hundreds of thousands of people on the brink of starvation. But while the focus has been on the conflict in Tigray, right across Ethiopia different groups are involved in their own struggles. Foremost amongst them are the Oromo – Ethiopia’s largest ethnic group. Two months ago, the Oromo Liberation Army announced a formal alliance with Tigrayan rebels in the north, against the government in Addis Ababa. On Monday, OLA commander Jaal…

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Back to school anxiety

Adverse effect of diving headlong into schooling After a year and a half of being cooped up in homes, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, children are set to go back to school, if they are not already. While some kids will be excited about meeting their peers and teachers, others, particularly the younger children, may feel overwhelmed in a new social environment. In some, forced out of their comfort zone, this may create separation anxiety. The anxiety about being separated from families, after being together for so long will only…

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Jameis Winston: New Orleans Saints quarterback out for season with torn ACL | NFL News

Jameis Winston was injured on a scramble in the second quarter when he was tackled awkwardly by Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Devin White; Winston suffered damage to his MCL as well as ACL, and will miss the rest of New Orleans Saints’ season Last Updated: 01/11/21 5:38pm New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston came off in the first half against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston sustained a torn ACL against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and is out for the season. An MRI confirmed the expected…

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