"Star Lanka Online" Our NEW Web site And Web TV Channel Launched

TFGE , The Future Global Educational Center Has Launched
the official web site, called
*** Star Lanka Online Dot Com ........................

www.starlankaonline.com will be completed in very near future....

*** Star Lanka Online TV Channel,..................

Just One Click ahead ...

Now you can watch "Star Lanka Online TV" channel broadcasts from Matara, Sri Lanka in most part of the day. Still we are keeping a test transmission also. There is a link right side of your hand to watch our TV channel. You can watch (Click On the Box) live channel on this site without going to another site to watch the TV. and also recorded parts, following the below link.

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Friday, January 28, 2011

2011 Cricket World Cup Match Date Time Table >> කාල සටහන

2011 Cricket World Cup Match Date Time Table >> කාල සටහන

2011 Cricket World Cup Match Date Time Table Schedule


ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 has been announced and this time India, Srilanka and Bangladesh are the hosts with Mumbai hosting final of the world cup. World Cup 2011 is starting from 19th February to 2nd April 2011 .Taking lessons from world cup 2007 ICC has divided the teams into two groups-GROUP A and GROPU B. Each group consists of 8 teams and each team will be playing with all the teams in same group and will qualify for quarters. Group A contains Australia, Pakistan, New Zealand, Srilanka, Zimbabwe, Canada, and Kenya while Group B contains India, South Africa, England, West Indies, Bangladesh, Ireland, and Netherlands. The first match will be played between India and Bangladesh at Dhaka on 19th February, 2011. Quarterfinals are scheduled from March 23 to March 26. The 4 winning teams will qualify for semifinals scheduled on 29th and 30th March, 2011 at Colombo and Mohali. Every team is working day and night to grab the prestigious trophy of world cup for its nation and to qualify for the finals which is scheduled at April 2, 2011 in Mumbai, the city of India. Public and also ICC officials are hoping that this time no scandals regarding corruption and match fixing will be seen in Cricket World Cup 2011. ICC is focusing much on the clarity and authencity of the matches and hoping that this world cup will be played between authentic teams of the world. Everyone across the world is extremely excited about the Cricket World Cup 2011 and having hopes that their team will be the winner this time. Cricket is considered as the most valued international game across the world and nobody wants to miss the Cricket World Cup 2011.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 will be the 10th World Cup. Prior to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, 9 Cricket World Cups have been organized by ICC. Australia have emerged winner on the most occasions – 4. Closely following is West Indies, who won the inaugural and the very next World Cup. All the Indian Subcontinent teams – India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka have won 1 World Cup each. Australia won in 1987, 1999, 2003 and 2007. West Indies won on 1975 (the first World Cup) and 1979. India won the World Cup in 1983, Pakistan won the World Cup in 1992 and Sri Lanka won in 1996.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 schedule and Cricket World Cup 2011 fixtures: ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 schedule and Cricket World Cup 2011 fixtures are given below on our website.

Cricket World Cup 2011 Schedule

Match No. Date Match Venue

1 19-Feb Bangladesh vs India Dhaka
2 20-Feb New Zealand vs Kenya Chennai

3 20-Feb Sri Lanka vs Canada Hambantota
4 21-Feb Australia vs Zimbabwe Ahmedabad
5 22-Feb England vs Netherlands Nagpur
6 23-Feb Pakistan vs Kenya Hambantota
7 24-Feb South Africa vs West Indies New Delhi
8 25-Feb Australia vs New Zealand Nagpur
9 25-Feb Bangladesh vs Ireland Dhaka

10 26-Feb Sri Lanka vs Pakistan Colombo
11 27-Feb India vs England Kolkata
12 28-Feb West Indies vs Netherlands New Delhi
13 28-Feb Zimbabwe vs Canada Nagpur

14 1-Mar Sri Lanka vs Kenya Colombo
15 2-Mar England vs Ireland Bangalore
16 3-Mar South Africa vs Netherlands Mohali
17 3-Mar Pakistan vs Canada Colombo
18 4-Mar New Zealand vs Zimbabwe Ahmedabad
19 4-Mar Bangladesh vs West Indies Dhaka

20 5-Mar Sri Lanka vs Australia Colombo
21 6-Mar India vs Ireland Bangalore
22 6-Mar England vs South Africa Chennai
23 7-Mar Kenya vs Canada New Delhi
24 8-Mar Pakistan vs New Zealand Pallekele
25 9-Mar India vs Netherlands New Delhi

26 10-Mar Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe Pallekele
27 11-Mar West Indies vs Ireland Mohali
28 11-Mar Bangladesh vs England Chittagong
29 12-Mar India vs South Africa Nagpur
30 13-Mar New Zealand vs Canada Mumbai
31 13-Mar Australia vs Kenya Bangalore
32 14-Mar Pakistan vs Zimbabwe Pallekele
33 14-Mar Bangladesh vs Netherlands Chittagong
34 15-Mar South Africa vs Ireland Kolkata
35 16-Mar Australia vs Canada Bangalore
36 17-Mar England vs West Indies Chennai

37 18-Mar Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Mumbai
38 18-Mar Ireland vs Netherlands Kolkata
39 19-Mar Australia vs Pakistan Colombo
40 19-Mar Bangladesh vs South Africa Dhaka
41 20-Mar Zimbabwe vs Kenya Kolkata
42 20-Mar India vs West Indies Chennai

43 23-Mar First Quarter-final Dhaka
44 24-Mar Second Quarter-final Colombo
45 25-Mar Third Quarter-final Dhaka
46 26-Mar Fourth Quarter-final Ahmedabad
47 29-Mar First Semi-final Colombo
48 30-Mar Second Semi-final Mohali

49 2-Apr Final Mumbai

Once you bookmark this page you can view ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 schedule and Cricket World Cup 2011 fixtures anytime you like.

Cricket World Cup 2011 venue: With India as the main host of ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, Cricket World Cup 2011 venue includes stadiums of cities like Dhaka, Mumbai, Kolkata, Mohali, Colombo, Chennai, Nagpur, Ahmedabad, chittagong and Bangalore. Cricket World Cup 2011 venue also includes new venues like Pallekelle and Hambantota – both being in Sri Lanka.

Cricket World Cup 2011 teams: Cricket World Cup 2011 teams include 4 times winner Australia, 2 times winners West Indies, South Africa, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, New Zealand, Netherlands, Canada, Ireland, England and Kenya. Groups in which Cricket World Cup 2011 teams are divided:


Group A –
Australia, Pakistan, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Canada and Kenya.

Group B –
India, South Africa, England, Bangladesh, West Indies, Netherlands and Ireland.

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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Instrument and messenger for world

Dada Lekhraj :

Instrument and messenger for world


January 18th is the remembrance day of a 'Mahathma', an elevated soul of the human dynasty. He was a man who was full of all virtues, full of divinity and wisdom. You only needed to have a glimpse of him to immediately be attracted by his spiritual charm. His eyes would pull you and without knowing, you would be merged in that vision of divine love and sweetness. One second was enough to make you accept that he was not an ordinary human being. There was something in his subtle smile filled with blissful satisfaction and contentment that filled your heart with joy and hope.

Dada Lekhraj

Dada Lekhraj was born in the year 1876 in Sindh India. He was a very famous jeweller of his time and he was highly regarded among the royal families, relatives, friends and villagers for his divinity, knowledge and spirituality. He was very loving and kind in nature and therefore everyone called him 'Dada' (Elder brother) with much love.

An urge from within, a divine inspiration pulled him to an inner withdrawal and intensive meditation. (He realised that time were changing and he was to participate in a task of great importance. In the beginning, nothing was clear till the moment of being bestowed visions of a future not so far from the present).

Godly knowledge

A series of trance experiences between 1936 and 1937 made him realise what he had to do. God, the Supreme Father, Supreme Soul, had chosen him to play a leading role for the transformation of this dying world, to one which would be a pleasure to live in, for every single human being. A real paradise on earth. It took him no time to surrender his mind, body and wealth towards such a noble and desirable achievement.

In this world of sorrow, full of distress and peace less-ness God himself has selected Dada Lekhraj as his instrument to bring benefit to the whole world and then thereafter his name changed as father Brahma or Prajapitha Brahma (father of the humanity) lovingly called as Brahma Baba. Father Brahma attained all virtues from The Supreme by doing intense meditation and listening to and inculcating his Godly knowledge.

Powerful vibrations

Father Brahma was a living example to the world. He lived an ordinary life in a peaceful, royal manner. The teachings given by God made him more of a complete human soul, who can be said as a deity. He had the sparkle of purity and royalty abundantly. Because of that whoever went closer to him such as, kings, VIPs and ordinary people, were able to feel those extraordinary vibrations of power and royalty of purity. They felt they have achieved their meaning of life and were full of peace. They were able to get the feelings of real soul consciousness even without having a conversation with him. He was spreading such pure and powerful vibrations to the world.

Gradually his efforts led him towards a state beyond the effects of Karma. Remaining in equanimity in the face of praise and defamation, happiness and sorrow, victory and defeat - and through a powerful and constant link with the Supreme in a state of soul consciousness, he was able to burn away the seeds of actions sown in his many past births. As a detached observer Brahma Baba became more and more an image that granted visions to many, as a being of light, a perfect and complete being. Nearing his 93rd year of life, he had already achieved the goal of Raja Yoga teachings and that was visible in his outlook, words and actions. His part was again changing. Prajapitha Brahma the Father of Humanity left his physical body on January 18, 1969 to commence the next phase of his service to mankind.

Spiritual university

Father Brahma is the founder of Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University. This spiritual university was established in the year 1936 with the noble vision to bring benefit to all souls in this world by going beyond the limitations of religion, language, race, etc. The head office of this spiritual university is in Madhuban, Rajasthan, India. But this spiritual university has extended its services to most parts of this globe, in more than 130 countries including UK, America, France, Italy, German, Africa and more than 8,500 centres are currently delivering the spiritual knowledge given by the Supreme Soul daily. Barhma Kumaris has obtained global awards for its altruistic services.

All the teachings given by Brahma Kumaris are free of charge. The teachings given by Brahma Kumaris combine meditation and spiritual knowledge in a practical way to enable human beings to control their sense organs. And thereby enable their mind and intellects to experience Godly super sensuous joy. Therefore people can free themselves from the defects of five vices such as anger, lust, ego, attachment and greed; and become very loving in nature, full of happiness, full of inner peace and full of virtues, hence they will be able to lead a meaningful life. Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga Centres worldwide observed a special day of meditation on January 18, 2011 in remembrance of the supreme Truth giving thanks to the service and life of such an inspiring personality.

- Brahma Kumaris Raja Yoga centres, Sri Lanka

2010 Small World Competition Winners

This post is created by me "rkpdesilva" for the sL-spirit.com and not a one like got from E-Mails Etc. This is the original post..........

2010 Small World Competition Winners

1st Place >> (mosquito) heart (100X)
100 වාරයක් විශාල කරනලද මදුරු හදවත


Malaria’s impact worldwide is still an issue, particularly in developing countries. Research is ongoing to study the carriers of malaria, mosquitoes, and how they carry and transmit the disease and other pathogens. That’s why the 2010 winning image by Jonas King is so important to the life science community.

Anopheles gambiae (mosquito heart) was captured at 100x magnification. Jonas works out of Vanderbilt University’s Hillyer Lab, which studies the interactions between mosquitoes and their pathogens, along with salivary components and how they interact with the vertebrate host’s immune response.

The image details the structural organization of the mosquito heart and provides insight into how mosquitoes move blood to all regions of their bodies. Jonas notes, “Mosquitoes remain one of the greatest scourges of mankind. Malaria infects hundreds of millions of people annually and is believed to have a major impact on the economies of endemic regions.”

2nd Place >> 5-day old zebrafish head (20X)
Dr. Hideo Otsuna is a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Utah’s Neurobiology and Anatomy Department. His research focuses on neuro-anatomy of drosophila and zebrafish, particularly in creating accurate 3D/4D reconstruction of these organisms.

His image of a five-day old zebrafish head, magnified 20x, was taken using FlouRender, the university’s interactive rendering tool for confocal microscopy data visualization, which is designed especially for neurobiologists to help them better visualize the fluorescent-stained confocal samples.

Says Dr. Otsuna of the 3D volume method, “In my opinion, it’s not just good for visualizing the information captured by the microscope in research, but it’s also aesthetically superior than traditional methods.”

3rd Place >> Zebrafish olfactory bulbs (250X)
The processes that shape and change the developing and mature brain are some of the most complex in science. That’s exactly what Oliver Braubach sought to explore when snapping the photo of zebrafish olfactory bulbs. These structures bulge out of the anterior part of the brain and serve to organize and relay incoming olfactory information. The image taken for Small World was taken as part of preliminary experiments aimed at developing anatomical labels for different structures in the olfactory bulb. Since developing these labels, Oliver has used them to investigate how fibers from the nose contact cells in the brain and how these connections refine after they are initially formed.

The general focus of his photomicrography is the structure of the intact vertebrate nervous system. Oliver notes, “I think that it is possible to learn a lot about the function of the brain by looking at its intact structure, such as the anatomical connections between cell populations.”

In addition to his science work, Oliver is also an avid photographer and devotes much of his free time to taking pictures of materials unrelated to his work. As such, he has become increasingly interested in technical and artistic aspects of photomicrography.

4th Place >> Wasp nest (10X)
One of the great things about the Nikon Small World competition is you don’t have to be a science expert to submit an image and be selected as a winner. A lawyer from Italy, Riccardo Taiariol proves this with his beautiful image of a wasp nest, magnified 10x.

Microscopy is a hobby to Riccardo which he has been involved in for ten years. He generally looks to take pictures of protozoa, flowers and insects, which are relatively easy to find for those who are not scientists by trade.

Riccardo notes the image is significant because it “shows the hard job the insect had to do in order to build it.” It was taken using field stereomicroscopy.

When a former colleague sent him a section of an anglerfish ovary, James E. Hayden of The Wistar Institute came up with the idea of looking at the autofluorescence of the tissue in two colors. His vibrant swirling photomicrograph of developing oocytes, or unfertilized eggs, as they move along the spiral of an anglerfish's ovary came in fourth.

Mr. Hayden said he is drawn to both photographic art and science. “Most microscopists have a streak of artist in them. It’s hard not to. You’re looking at things through a microscope that most people don’t see. The nascent artist in you sort of peeks its head up.”

5th Place >>> (bird of paradise) seed (10X)
Viktor Sykora’s image of a bird of paradise seed was taken as part of a collection he is preparing for a publication about plant microphotography. His primary line of work is medical research and the development of new treatment strategies, but his hobby also happens to be photography.

The goal of this photo was to document variability in shape inside the plant world, which it demonstrates with exceptional aesthetic effect. It was taken using a stereomicroscope and digital camera.

6th Place >> (red seaweed), living specimen (40X)
Murdoch University
School of Biological Sciences and Biotechnology
Murdoch, Western Australia, Australia

7th Place >> Yongli Shan,
Endothelial cell attached to synthetic microfibers, stained with microtubules, F-actin and nuclei (2500X)

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Dallas, Texas, USA
Fluorescence, Confocal

8th Place >> Honorio Cocera-La Parra,
Cacoxenite (mineral) (18X)

Geology Museum, University of Valencia
Benetusser, Valencia, Spain
Reflected light

More to come later....:::

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Major discovery in Afghanistan

09.01. 2011
ඊයේ රාත්‍රියේ සිට මේ දක්වා ඇද ඇලෙන ධාරානිපාත වර්ෂාව නිසා ප්‍රද්ශය බොහොමයක් ජලයෙන් යට වී ඇත. වැව් සියල්ලම පා‍හේ පිරී ඇති අතර දිගටම මේ ආකාරයට වර්ෂාව පැවතුනහොත් බොහෝ හානි සිදුවිය හැක.

මේ වන විට නගර A 24 සහ A 12 මාර්ගයේ සමහර තැන් ජලයෙන් යට වී ඇත. අනෙකුත් කුඩා මාර්ගද බොහෝමයක් ජලයෙන් යට වී ගමනා ගමන අවහිර තා ඇතිවී ඇත.

ජායාරූප සහ වැඩි විස්තර ලද සැනින්.............

A 24 මාර්ගය ....


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