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  2. List of heads of state of Sri Lanka - Wikipedia

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    5 years, 8 months and 13 days. Served as the last Governor-General of Ceylon and the first (non-executive) President when Ceylon declared itself a republic in 1972, and changed its name to Sri Lanka. Executive President (1978–present) 2. Junius Richard Jayewardene.

  3. Ranil Wickremesinghe - Wikipedia

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    LTTE continuously violated CFA in great many occasions. In August 2007 SLMM agreed that LTTE had violated CFA in total 3830 occasions while government of Sri Lanka had violated CFA in only 351 occasions. Several Sri Lankan Army intelligence operatives were allegedly killed by LTTE during this period. Opposition (2004–2015)

  4. The Honourable - Wikipedia

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    The Honourable ( British English) or The Honorable ( American English; see spelling differences) (abbreviation: Hon., Hon'ble, or variations) is an honorific style that is used as a prefix before the names or titles of certain people, usually with official governmental or diplomatic positions.

  5. Tambaram Municipal Corporation - Wikipedia

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    Tambaram City Municipal Corporation ( Tamil: தாம்பரம் மாநகராட்சி) is the civic body administering Tambaram and the surrounding suburbs of Chennai, located in Chengalpattu district of Tamil Nadu, India. It covers an area of 87.64 sq. km and has an estimated 2021 population of 960,887.

  6. Hemant Goswami - Wikipedia

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    Hemant Goswami is the great-grandson of Swami Rama Tirtha the 19th-century spiritual leader and social reformer. Hemant is the founder of many NGO's including Burning Brain Society, Tobacco Free India Coalition and Citizens' Voice which were till recently managed by him from Chandigarh.

  7. President's Bodyguard - Wikipedia

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    PBG. Military unit. The President's Bodyguard ( PBG) is an elite household cavalry regiment of the Indian Army. It is senior-most regiment in the order of precedence of the units of the Indian Army. The primary role of the President's Bodyguard is to escort and protect the President of India which is why the regiment is based in the Rashtrapati ...

  8. Hemant Batra - Wikipedia

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    Whereas generally in India people have been opposed to such arbitrary enhancement on the grounds that India is a developing country and this new measure will lead to more corruption on the Indian streets. Batra on the contrary supports BJP Government on the ground that even the neighbouring country Sri Lanka has enhanced penalties almost ten folds.

  9. Sarong - Wikipedia

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    A sarong or sarung ( / səˈrɒŋ /) is a large tube or length of fabric, often wrapped around the waist, worn in Southeast Asia, South Asia, Western Asia, Northern Africa, East Africa, [1] West Africa, and on many Pacific islands. The fabric often has woven plaid or checkered patterns, or may be brightly colored by means of batik or ikat dyeing.