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Bandaranaike

1. Chandrika. See Chandrika Kumaratunga
2. Sirimavo . 1916--2000, prime minister of Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon (1960--65; 1970--77; 1994--2000); the world's first woman prime minister
3. her husband, Solomon. 1899--1959, prime minister of Ceylon (1956--59); assassinated
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Dr Shirani Bandaranayake has resumed duties in the office of Chief Justice as there had been no legal removal of her from the post.
Colombo: Sri Lanka's president has reinstated a former chief justice who was sacked by defeated leader Mahinda Rajapaksa, saying the removal of Shirani Bandaranayake had been illegal, state media said on Wednesday.
Sultanbawa MUS, Wannigama GP, Bandaranayake WM, Kumar V, Gunatilaka AAL, Marikar FA, Balasubramaniam S, Arsecularatne SN.
When faced with similar voids at the centre of later shrines in Sri Lanka, Senake Bandaranayake (1974:188) suggested that they represented bodhigaras or shrines around a living tree.
Ramathi Bandaranayake, a final year student at the Colombo International School, Colombo, Sri Lanka, wrote Fighters And Dreamers based on Birkenhead-educated war poet Wilfred Owen and his friendship with another war poet, Siegfried Sassoon.
Baker MG, Wilson N, Huang QS, Paine S, Lopez L, Bandaranayake D, et al.
However, it is even more sensitive because the increasingly authoritarian government of President Mahinda Rajapaksa has just dismissed chief justice Shirani Bandaranayake in a move that Pillay has said could jeopardise efforts to prosecute war crimes.
Agrawal approving the impeachment of Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake and expressing support to new CJ Mohan Peiris.
Notre vie a tous les trois est en danger", a declare a des journalistes Shirani Bandaranayake, qui etait jusqu'a dimanche la premiere femme a occuper la plus haute fonction au sein de la cour supreme.
Sri Lanka's parliament voted Friday to impeach Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake after a controversial process that has placed the legislature on a collision course with the judiciary.
The impeachment process of Sri Lanka's first woman Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake began in November when a PSC was appointed to probe 14 charges brought against her.
The speaker is now required by the Constitution to appoint a parliamentary select committee comprising members of both the ruling party and the opposition to review the allegations against Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake, the country's first woman Supreme Court judge and first woman chief justice.