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සුනාමි සහනාධාර (හෙල්පින් හම්බන්තොට ) මිලියන 83ක් වංචා කිරීමේ සිට චීන ගනුදෙනු හරහා 2012 වසර වන විට කෝටි 24,000 උපයා ගත බවට රාජපක්‍ෂ සහෝදරයන්ට චෝදනා එල්ලවී ඇත.


අවදානෙන් නරබන්න ,



ජනාධිපතිවරයාගේ වියදම් ලෙස ( 2015 අයවැයෙන් කෝටි 959කි ) වෙන් කරගත් මුදල අනුව දිනකට ලක්ෂ 262ක් ඔහු වියදම් කරයි . අරලිය ගහ මැදුරේ දිනක පලතුරු වියදම රුපියල් ලක්ෂය 5කි

(හු--- පලතුරු කෑමක් මු කන්නේ ) අපිට පොල්සම්බලුයි බත් වත් වෙල් තුන හරියට කන්න බැ මුන් දවසකට ලක්ෂය 5ක පලතුරු කනවා රාජ්‍ය සේවය කිරීම සදහා මාරාගේ බෙටි වලින් පොර හදනවා ඇති ..කාලකන්ණි සත්තු ,, මුන්ට ජන්දේ දෙන උන්ට හු--- ගේම පිහිටයි..



රටේ ජනගහනයෙන් සියට 41කගේ දවසේ ආදායම රුපියල් 260 ට අඩු බව රජයේ සංඛ්‍යා ලේඛනවල සදහන්ය ..

රටේ සමස්ත අයවැයෙන් අඩක්ම මහින්දට යටත් වන අතර ,රාජපක්ෂ පවුල යටතේ සමස්ත අයවැයෙන් සියයට 69.9ක් පාලනය වෙයි සිය කාර්ය මණ්ඩලය සමග ඔහු වාහන 2000 කට ආසන්න ප්‍රමාණයක් පාචිච්චි කරයි . ජනාධිපති උපදේශකවරු 193කි . හිටපු ජනාධිපතිවරුන්ට සිටියේ 5ක් පමණි , එත් ආතල්ම කරුණ වන්නේ මෙම 193න් 120ක්ම රාජපක්ෂ පවුල රෙජීමයේ ඌන් වීමයි ...

ඒකාධිපති බලලොබි ,පාලකයෙක්ට අපේ රට අපේ අනාගතය තුන් වතාවක් කන්න බලය දෙන්න පුලුවන්ද ?

ඒකාධිපති පරයන් පලවා හරින කාලය එළබි ඇත ,,

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Pirate Bay To Return In February? Countdown Timer Appears



A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be up and running on the first day of next month, but TorrentFreak observed that the javascript code used to display fireworks on the site’s home page has a “promising name”: allishere.js. This could mean that all of the site’s data could be backed up.Last month’s raid wasn’t the first time The Pirate Bay has gotten into trouble. The site was co-founded by Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde and Gottfrid Svartholm in 2003. Six years later, they were found guilty of assisting copyright infringement. The raid last month was the second time authorities seized the company’s computers and other equipment.The peer-to-peer file-sharing site brings in about $169,000 in advertising revenue each year, and was among one of the most popular torrent sites last year.
A countdown timer on the popular BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay has begun counting down until Feb. 1, and many believe that’s when the service will come back online, as reported by TorrentFreak. The site was taken down last month after police raided servers in Sweden. It came back two weeks later, although it lacked functionality. Then, The Pirate Bay group posted a pirate flag, a timer that counted the days since the police raid and a secret code. Now, the counter has changed.The group hasn’t confirmed whether the site will be
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