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Employment History

Ocean Resources Deputy Minister

The Fisheries Department and Fisheries Corporation


Ocean Resources Deputy Minister

Fisheries College and Research Institute


Deputy Fisheries Minister


Web References(4 Total References)


Welcome to Heads Up! - News Connecting the West Coast Fishing Community

www.heads-up.net [cached]

The tsunami tidal wave disaster has caused a monumental damage to assets of the Fisheries Ministry running into over Rs.50 billion while over 5000 fisher families have been displaced as a result of the calamity, Fisheries and Ocean Resources Deputy Minister Nihal Galappaththi told the Daily News yesterday.


www.infofish.org

Sri Lanka: The tsunami tidal wave disaster has caused a monumental damage to assets of the Fisheries Ministry running into over Rs.50 billion while over 5000 fisher families have been displaced as a result of the calamity, Fisheries and Ocean Resources Deputy Minister Nihal Galappaththi told the Daily News yesterday.


Officials on a tug of war – No lands- NGOs lament

www.asiantribune.com [cached]

Deputy Fisheries Minister Nihal Galappaththi said some foreign donors who came forward to build houses for the affected fishing families, had been discouraged by this situation.


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www.lankatruth.com [cached]

Yesterday the deputy minister of fisheries and aquatic resources, Nihal Galappaththi took custody of them at the Thaleimannar coast.


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