2 cabinet decisions on SriLankan airlines
Two cabinet decisions have been taken with regard to the national carrier – SriLankan Airlines.
The relevant cabinet decisions are as follows :
Awarding the contract of repairing CFM Leap-1A category aircraft engines of Sri Lankan Airlines
Detailed proposals have been called under limited international competitive bidding system from qualified suppliers for maintenance services for 03 CFM Leap-1A category aircrafts of Sri Lankan Airlines and 03 proposals have been received. Accordingly, the Cabinet of Ministers granted approval to the proposal furnished by the Minister of Ports, Shipping and Aviation for awarding the contract of repairing 03 CFM Leap-1A category aircrafts of Sri Lankan Airlines to Lufthansa Technik AG as per the recommendation of the Standing Procurement Committee appointed by the Cabinet of Ministers.
Awarding the contract of supplying fuel required for air crafts of Sri Lankan Airlines at 16 airports worldwide.
International bids as per limited international bidding system have been invited for supplying fuel required for air crafts of Sri Lankan Airlines at 17 airports. Fifty – two (52) bids have been received from 12 companies for this while 49 bids have accomplished fundamental qualifications. The bid of the only bidder submitted bids for Shanghai Pudong International Airport has been rejected. The Cabinet of Ministers granted approval as per the recommendation of the Cabinet Appointed Standing Procurement Committee, for the proposal submitted by the Minister of Ports, Shipping and Aviation to award the relevant contract to bidders submitted the minimum prices that has been substantially responded for supplying fuel in 16 airports.
Mahiyanganaya religious event was sponsored by OnmaxDT!
The financial sponsor of a religious event held in Mahiyanganaya earlier this week had been a company which was named by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka an entity engaged in prohibited schemes, the ‘Anidda’ newspaper reports.
The newspaper says that the financial sponsor event was OnmaxDT.
The historic Mahiyangana Sacred Site was officially recognized as a place of worship at the event, held under the auspices of the President Ranil Wickremesinghe and the participation of Opposition Leader – Sajith Premadasa.
On May 31, Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) issued a public notice naming 08 entities that have conducted prohibited schemes.
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Accordingly, the prices of wheat flour, big onions, red lentils, white sugar, chick peas and white Nadu rice have been reduced.
The revised prices are as follows:
Wheat Flour – Rs. 210 per 1kg (reduced by Rs. 15)
Big Onions – Rs.115 per 1kg (reduced by Rs. 14)
Lentils – Rs. 314 per 1kg (reduced by Rs. 11)
White Sugar – Rs. 229 per 1kg (reduced by Rs. 10)
Chick Peas – Rs. 545 per 1kg (reduced by Rs. 05)
White Nadu Rice – Rs. 175 per 1kg (reduced by Rs. 04)
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