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CPC spends one-third to look into fuel stations!

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One-third of Ceylon Petroleum Corporation’s (CPC) funds is spent on the monitoring process to check whether the fuel is being distributed to fuel stations in a proper manner and on the maintenance of the officials who are inspecting this process, it is learnt.

The annual report of CPC revealed that out of the total cost of Rs.45 billion, Rs.17 billion was spent on the sales division.

Rs.14 billion has been spent on the employees and other maintenance expenses of the head office of the sales division.

Nine regional sales offices located in nine provinces and the lubricants division, the work division and the tar division also come under the sales division.

According to the report, nearly 350 employees are employed in all these sectors. However, it was reported that Lanka IOC PLC has less than 15 employees to do the same amount of work.

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Dasun Shanaka denies political involvement

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Sri Lankan skipper Dasun Shanaka insisted that he has no links to any political party in the country.

In a Twitter message, Shanaka said that he has noticed his image being circulated in a political party propaganda.

“I’ve noticed my image circulating in a political party propaganda. I have no inclination with any party or ever have participated as an ambassador. My one true love and passion is playing cricket for my country,” he tweeted.

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No COVID-19 deaths yesterday

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No COVID-19 deaths have been confirmed yesterday (29) by the Director-General of Health Services.

Accordingly, the current COVID-19 death toll remains at 16,828.

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Racecourse murder : Boyfriend further remanded

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The university student who was held in remand custody for allegedly murdering his girlfriend with a sharp weapon at Race Course grounds in Colombo has been remanded further.

Taking up the case today (30) Colombo Chief Magistrate Prasanna Alwis ordered him to be further remanded till February 13.

The magisterial inquest into the death was held today before Colombo Chief Magistrate and

A testimony of the deceased’s father was recorded before Chief Magistrate and further magisterial inquiry was fixed for February 13.

The suspect was not produced before Court by prison authorities since he is currently receiving treatment at the Mental Health Unit of prison hospital.

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