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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

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Sri Lanka Government’s Gazette Paper Online


 
Sri Lanka Gazette in English (Use “Gazettes Tree View” Tab )
 
ශ්රී ලංකා ප්රජාතාන්ත්රික සමාජවාදී ජනරජයේ ගැසට් පත්රය නොමිලේ! 
ගැසට් පත්රය බැලීමට පහත ලින්ක් එක එන්ටර් කරන්න.
 
Sri Lanka Gazettes
 
GAZETTES are published on every Friday. Gazette Sinhala version is issued free with Dinamina newspaper every Friday. Gazette Tamil version is issued free with Thinakaran newspaper every Friday.

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8 comments:

  1. How can i find Extraordinary Gazette Notifications No. 1821/1, 1821/3, 1821/4 and 1821/18, dated 29 July 2013

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  2. 1681/3 special gazette dated 22 nov 2010

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  3. ada gazzert 1(2013-12-37) thama dala nadda

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  4. maths 3s z 1ka+ 0.2212 . in badulla distrc ndt /ndes yanna puluwanda?

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  5. ousl engineering yanna 3s athida? general english onida?

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  6. Dinamina Newspaper also provide government gazert too.

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  7. when did nursing gazert?

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