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Bandaranaike

(ˌbændərəˈnaɪɪkə)
n
1. (Biography) Chandrika. See Kumaratunge
2. (Biography) Sirimavo (ˌsɪrɪˈmɑːvəʊ). 1916–2000, prime minister of Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon (1960–65; 1970–77; 1994–2000); the world's first woman prime minister
3. (Biography) her husband, Solomon. 1899–1959, prime minister of Ceylon (1956–59); assassinated
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Deputy Minister Indika Bandaranayake, Secretary of Housing and Construction, R.
Further, former Presidents Chandrika Bandaranayake Kumaratunga and Mahinda Rajapakse had paid state visits to Nepal, in 1999 and 2009 respectively.
Several studies have been carried out on this subject, including the distribution of the root system of a citrus crop under water stress (Alves Junior, Bandaranayake, Parsons, & Evangelista, 2012), relief and spatial variability of soil properties in an area cultivated with citrus (Leao, Marques Junior, Souza, Siqueira, & Pereira, 2011), citrus yield maps (Molin, Colaco, Carlos, & Mattos Junior, 2012) and the study on determinants of acceptability of orange tastes (Obenland et al.
Srimao Bandaranayake got from the people, when she came to power.
Acting High Commissioner of Pakistan Dr Sarfraz Ahmed Khan Sipra and other officials of the High Commission saw off the delegation at the Bandaranayake International Airport, Colombo.
Colombo -- Sri Lankan religious and political leaders welcomed the Holy Relics of Lord Buddha from Pakistan Gandhara region in an impressive ceremony last night at Bandaranayake International airport at Katunayake.
Bandaranayake WM, Parsons LR, Borhan MS, Holeton JD (2007) Performance of a capacitance-type soil water probe in a well-drained sandy soil.
Colombo: Sri Lanka's president has reinstated a former chief justice who was sacked by defeated leader Mahinda Rajapaksa, saying the removal of Shirani Bandaranayake had been illegal, state media said on Wednesday.
As elections drew near several other candidates entered the field such as UNP Leadership Council Chairman Karu Jayasuriya former chief justice Shirani Bandaranayake.
Sultanbawa MUS, Wannigama GP, Bandaranayake WM, Kumar V, Gunatilaka AAL, Marikar FA, Balasubramaniam S, Arsecularatne SN.
Bandaranayake, "Traditional and medicinal uses of mangroves," Mangroves and Salt Marshes, vol.
Ramathi Bandaranayake, a final year student at the Colombo International School, Colombo, Sri Lanka, wrote Fighters And Dreamers based on Birkenhead-educated war poet Wilfred Owen and his friendship with another war poet, Siegfried Sassoon.