Water resources are a key factor in the origin and survival of life. Therefore, water is an essential element for all living beings, including man. Due to this importance, the United Nations has declared March 22 as “International Water Day”.Read More
Sri Lanka is surrounded by the Indian Ocean and consists of lakes, ponds and reservoirs in the middle of the country. From ancient times the people of our country have been engaged in fishing in the sea and fresh water. The fishing industry in Sri Lanka is as old as farming.Read More
Agriculture is the production of things required by the country through activities such as cultivation of crops and animal husbandry. In agriculture, the main focus is on crop cultivation.Read More
The 11 September 2001 terrorist attack in the United States, the terrorist attack in New Zealand and the Easter Sunday terrorist attack in Sri Lanka are examples of these terrorist acts.
In the ancient times Sri Lanka was known as the granary of east. King Parakramabahu, who made the country self-sufficient in rice during the Polonnaruwa period, declared that “every drop of rain that falls from the sky will not flow into the sea without being used.”Read More
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