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DateLine Sunday, 17 February 2008





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Tharunyata Hetak

The tallest flag pole in Sri Lanka was hoisted during the 60th Independence Day celebrations by President Mahinda Rajapaksa courtesy ‘Tharunyata Hetak’

The Tharunyata Hetak youth organization that is dedicated for the youth of Sri Lanka taken to the forefront by its President Namal Rajapaksa. Helping the youth realise their dreams and instilling values to better their lives is essential and Tharunyata Hetak ensures that these ideals are fulfilled. The Vice President of Tharunyata Hetak is Namal's younger brother Yoshitha Rajapaksa.

he Carlton Super Cross Event was once again held at Tissamaharama from the 15th till the 17th of February. This high-action racing meet will raise funds for the construction of a swimming pool in the Jaffna University.

ecently, Tharunyata Hetak made Independence Day celebrations more memorable by hoisting Sri Lanka's tallest flag pole at a height of 30 metres and width of 5 metres. A Chinese company called Yaolong Tube Industries designed and constructed this magnificent flag having been coordinated by Sri Lankan youth.

Motorcyclist racing sky high at the Carlton Super Cross

Motorcyclists revving up the action at the Carlton Super Cross

President Mahinda Rajapaksa officially did the first hoisting via remote control. The flag is a symbol of unity for the whole country where the nation will come together as one, a vision perceived by Namal Rajapaksa.

hey have successfully raised over 10 million to help build the Army Hospital at Anuradhapura which was collected from their entertainment variety show Sandha Tharu Rathriya and last year's Carlton Super Cross.

Another project being focused by Tharunyata Hetak is Haritha Pirinu Ratak or Nature-friendly Sri Lanka for protecting and sustaining the environment. Many students from schools around the island and youth of the communities in Sri Lanka are now coming together in saving Mother Earth and Namal Rajapaksa has focused goals that can be reached by the youth in making. Projects in Puttalam are being carried out to conserve nature.

There are representatives entrusted in every district to help the youth with duties to protect the environment.



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