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Sri Lanka to start importing eggs next week

COLOMBO (News 1st) – Sri Lanka's Trade Minister Nalin Fernando said that eggs will be imported to the country next week.The announcement comes in a backdrop where several ruling party factions claim there is no money to go for an election.The Minister said that an imported egg will be sold for a price between Rs. 40/- to Rs.

42/-.A meeting took place on Wednesday (4) evening at the Trade Ministry on importing eggs.The size of the eggs, quarantine certificates, prices, and related matters were discussed at this meeting.The State Minister said that the eggs will be imported via the Sri Lanka State Trading (General) Corporation.He said that 20% of the domestic requirement will be imported, and the ministry is in possession of the necessary funds to for the imports.However on Tuesday (3), The All Ceylon Egg Producers Association warned that if the government goes ahead with its decision to import eggs, the local producers would step away from the industry.The Chairman of the All Ceylon Egg Producers Association speaking to News 1st said that importing eggs would put the local industry at risk.However, the Cabinet of Ministers granted approval to import eggs on Monday (2) evening.In December 2022, as a solution to the high price of eggs, a special program was launched by the Government to sell eggs at the price of Rs. 55/ in the Colombo and Gampaha districts.Eggs were sold for Rs.

55/- at the Fort Railway Station, Dematagoda, Slave Island, Dehiwala, Battaramulla, Nugegoda, Maharagama, Meegoda Economic Center, Narahenpita Economic Center, Torrington, and Homagama.In addition, eggs were sold for Rs. 55/- in Wattala, Ja-Ela, Ragama, Negombo, Kiribathgoda, Kadawatha, and Peliyagoda.This was a joint program by the Sri Lankan

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Kenneth Tsang, 'Rush Hour 2' and 'Die Another Day' actor, dies at 87 - fox29.com - China - Singapore - Hong Kong - state California - city Shanghai - county Berkeley
Kenneth Tsang, 'Rush Hour 2' and 'Die Another Day' actor, dies at 87
Actor Kenneth Tsang Kong poses with his trophy backstage during the 34th Hong Kong Film Awards on April 19, 2015, in Hong Kong, China. (Photo by VCG/VCG via Getty Images) HONG KONG - Veteran Hong Kong actor Kenneth Tsang has died while in a COVID-19 quarantine hotel in the southern Chinese city, local media reported.Tsang was best known internationally for his action roles in the 2002 James Bond film "Die Another Day," John Woo’s "The Killer" in 1989, "Rush Hour 2" in 2001 starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker, and 1998′s "The Replacement Killers" alongside Chow Yun-Fat and Mira Sorvino.Tsang had been undergoing seven days of quarantine after returning from Singapore on Monday and was found collapsed on the floor of his hotel room by staff on Wednesday, according to the South China Morning Post and other media.The South China Morning Post said Tsang was 87 but other sources gave his age as 86.No cause of death was given and the paper said he had tested negative for the virus and had no underlying medical conditions.In all, Tsang had some 237 acting credits, mainly in Hong Kong film and television productions, and especially in detective and martial arts movies, according to his IMDb page.Born in Shanghai, Tsang began acting after obtaining an architecture degree at the University of California, Berkeley, making his debut in 1955.
Four Premier League players handed two game bans for breaking Covid quarantine rules - dailystar.co.uk - Argentina - Brazil
Four Premier League players handed two game bans for breaking Covid quarantine rules
Premier League players have been banned by FIFA after breaking Covid regulations last year.Giovani Lo Celso, Christian Romero, Emiliano Martinez, and Emiliano Buendia have all been punished for their roles in Brazil and Argentina's World Cup qualification clash.The group had all dodged Brazil's Covid rules, which stated all arrivals must spend 14 days in quarantine after entering the country.However, the Premier League players all travelled from the hotel to the stadium with their national teammates.The resulting situation caused chaotic scenes when health officials stormed the pitch after six minutes to haul the players off for breaking the rules.FIFA released a statement: "After a thorough investigation of the various factual elements and in light of the applicable regulations."The FIFA Disciplinary Committee has decided that the match should be replayed on a date and at a location to be decided by FIFA."In addition, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee has concluded that the abandonment of the match stemmed from several deficiencies of the parties involved towards their respective responsibilities and/or obligations in connection with the former."As such, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee has also decided to suspend the Argentinian players Emiliano Buendía, Emiliano Martínez, Giovani Lo Celso and Cristian Romero for two matches each for not complying with the FIFA Return to Football International Match Protocol." What do you think of the punishment? Let us know in the comments section Both countries FA's have also been fined due to their failure to maintain order and security.Argentina have been hit with a £160,000 fine, while Brazil were ordered to fork over £300,000.The two nations will also pay an additional £40,000 fine