♪ Cover By  –  Kochchi (KOච්CHI) ♪ New Music Arrangement   –   Kasun Wickramasinghe @ Rabbitunes Studio ♪ Mix & Mastered  –   Kasun Wickramasinghe @ Rabbitunes Studio ➵ Videography   –   Dark Room @Darkrrom ✂ Makeup & Hair   –   Nadeesha Ilangakoon  @Salon Elegant SL ♩  Original Artist – A. R. Rahaman, Suresh Peters, Shahul Hameed Lyrics – Vairamuthu Music – A. R. Rahaman ♩   Original Artist – Various Artists ♩   () Original Artist – CNCO, Meghan Trainor, Sean Paul ♩  Original Artist – Ashanthika Lyrics – Hemasiri Halpata Music – Eranga Jayasanka ♩   Original Artist – Benny Dayal Lyrics –  Amitabh Bhattacharya Music – Pritam Chakraborty ♩     Original Artist – Queen Lyrics –  Brian May Source link ...

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To better understand …… but still surprising… VERY INTERESTING – READ FIRST & VIEW ATTACHED   The extraordinary point where the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean meets, without mixing!  Did you know that the two oceans do not mix? Watch the video that proves it to you.  This phenomenon can be seen in the Gulf of Alaska  Why do these waters not mix?  Because there is a huge difference in salinity between the clear water that comes from melting glaciers, which is cool and low in salt, while the water from the second ocean has a high salt concentration.  Therefore, the two oceans have different densities, which make them almost impossible to mix. Source link ...

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(Top): Picturesque Rambakan Oya (reservoir) opened in 2013. (Above): The immense, ancient, Rambakan ‘hydraulic’ archaeological site. The longest and largest sluice canal in Sri Lanka. 115m long with two channels, it is apparently a stalled construction intended to service the old reservoir at the end. The old reservoir bund is still standing. The specific era/dates remains a mystery and why work stopped on the reservoir and the canal is also a mystery. The massive stone work is amazing. Elephant on top of Hennanegala rock. A small family of elephants are resident on the top Elephants in good ‘elephant country’. Maduru Oya NP Peregrine Falcon chick waits on his parent for a feed. High on the Hennanegala Rock face Source link ...

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Former cricketer Steve Waugh Pic : Nic Walker From The Weekend Australian Magazine The office of the Steve Waugh Foundation is up the stairs and down the back of a block of shops on the outskirts of Cronulla’s CBD in Sydney’s south. The office, like the bloke, is devoid of frou-frou. It exists to get the job done and each year it distributes more than a million dollars to help kids with rare diseases. And then in walks Steve Waugh with his famous pout and his thousand-yard stare – the man who led one of the most dominant teams in the long history of Test cricket. Remember those gratifying years when humiliation of the Poms was an annual ritual, like raking up and burning leaves each autumn? “We’re not here to win friends, mate,” he once said, summing up the attitude of the team under his reign. Steve Waugh was a ...

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National Railway Museum is situated adjacent to Kadugannawa* Railway Station between Balana and Pilimatalawa Railway Stations on the upcountry railway line about 515 meters above sea level.The building of the Museum is divided into several halls. Among the items on display at the Museum are gas lamps, tablet machines, tools, rail cars, trolleys, machineries, ancient railway equipments, signs and railway memorabilia including a station sun dial which had been used since the beginning of Sri Lanka Railways (formerly Ceylon Government Railways – CGR). The Museum is situated adjacent to the platform of Kadugannawa Railway Station on the up-country railway line.The Railway Museum also showcases a large collection of railway memorabilia including several diesel and steam engines, locomotives as well as diesel carriages that were used in Sri Lanka in the past. As steam power engines are not used at present, many people, especially children and youths have not seen them. ...

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Senarath Kulathilake It is very rare to witness a couple with a sound sports background, especially representing the country in the International arena, bringing honour and fame to the country. It was Senarath Kulathilake and his wife late Kamala Kulathilake, who passed away last month who became the cynosure of all eyes in the field of sports which will be recorded as an unforgettable moment Senarath Kulathilake popularly known as ‘Sarath’ in the Rugby fraternity is the son of late Sammy de Silva Kulathilake a draughtsman who served in the National Housing Department . He had three boys in the family with his elder brother who worked as an Engineer in Building Construction while his younger brother is a Professor Living in America. Senarath was Married to Kamala Kulathilake, one of the double International Women in Sports in Sri Lanka. She represented the country in Netball and Basketball at International ...

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Saman Kothalawala Source:Dailynews It is very rare to find a person who had engaged in several sporting disciplines during his school career later turn out to be a quality sportsman representing the country at International level. Pushpalal Saman Kothalawala was one of them who had an enthralling career at school, Club and later ended up as a National  player in  Rugby.  Saman better known as ‘Kottha’ in the rugby circles hails from an educated family  his father late K.S.Kothalawala was a retired Inspector of Police and mother  was Evegin Weeratunge. He has four brothers and a sister His elder brother Shanthilal Sarath played Rugby for Ananda College and is a retired Manager of Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation. His elder sister Nirmali Shirani  is a retired English teacher at Devi Balika  Vidyalaya. His younger brother Hemal  was a product of Lumbini College and now serves as a Veterinary Surgeon at VRI ...

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Olympic Athlete, Ranjith Aluvihare. Source:Dailynews Athletic star, Ranjith Aluvihare represented Sri Lanka at the Moscow Olympics in the year 1980. So far he is the only Athlete who has taken part in the Olympics from Matale District. An old boy of St.Thomas’ College, Matale Ranjith Aluvihare was a Champion Athlete in School from Under 10 to under 19. His pet events were 100, 200 and 400 metres. His Athletic career spanned over 50 years. During this period he was active in Athletics as well as coaching boys and girls of Matale District in athletics. As a competitor he participated at the Moscow Olympics in the 4 x 400 Relay along with Kosala Sahabandu, A. Premachandra, K.T.M.Perera and S.V.A. Dharmasena (Reserve). He won a Silver Medal at the 400 Metre Race at the South Asian Games held in Kathmandu in 1984. This event was won by his fellow countryman, Ruwan Chandrathilake. ...

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Moonrise How many of us love a moon rise! A video from the Byron Bay Lighthouse at the northern tip of New South Wales, Australia. Because of its unique geographical location, it can be seen and photographed only locally. Enjoy the moon rise for more than three minutes to witness the most beautiful view from the easternmost part of Australia! A moon rise to be remembered for a long time… to the music of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah. Max Greger & Hugo Strasser – B. R. Boogie & Sail Along Silvery Moon   Source link ...

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Singapore Airlines sells out meals on parked plane Source:BBC Singapore diners have jumped at the opportunity to have lunch on a stationary Airbus A380 parked at the city’s main airport. Despite a price tag of up to $496 (£380), the first two seating dates sold out within half an hour. The airline has added two more dates, with diners signing onto a waitlist for lunch and dinner sittings. Singapore Airlines is one of many carriers looking for new business models to make up for lost revenues. The airline currently plans to use two Airbus A380 aircraft for each three-hour session. Each one will be half full to help adhere to social distancing regulations. Diners will be allowed to choose a cabin class (with an economy seat starting at about $39) and watch a movie while they dine, but the planes won’t leave the ground. The airline is also offering home ...

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