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when Lila went out on the beach it was so early in the morning there was no one else there

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Pathirippuwa of the Dalada Maligawa with the clouds wall running around it Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa, Pattirippuwa, paththirippuwa Dalada Maligawa with the clouds wall running around it Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa, Maha Vahalkada "Maha Vahalkada", the main entrance to the temple Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa, Pattirippuwa, paththirippuwa Pattirippuwa, where the king addressed his countrymen Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa Pallemaluwa of the Temple and the daily rituals Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa, Pattirippuwa, paththirippuwa Inside Pattirippuwa Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa Floral designs on the roof of the ground floor (pallemaluwa) Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa The new stupa house View of Dalada Maligawa across the lake during day time View of Dalada Maligawa across the lake during the night A Short Historical Tour of Sri Dalada Maligawa (Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic) Kandy was the capital of the Sinhalese Kings from 1592 to 1815. Fortified by a terrain of mountains and the difficult approach Kandy managed to operate in independence from Dutch, Portuguese and the English till 1815. The city is a world heritage site declared by UNESCO, in part due to this temple. The Sri Dalada Maligawa or The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a temple in the city of Kandy in Sri Lanka. It was built within the royal palace complex which houses the one of the two surviving relic of the tooth of Buddha, an object of veneration for Buddhists. The other tooth relic is believed to be enshrined in a stupa called Somawathi Chethiya. The Sri Dalada Maligawa in Kandy, the temple which houses the Sacred Tooth Relic of The Buddha, is possibly the most sacred Buddhist shrine in the world. It is venerated not only by Buddhists in Sri Lanka but by Buddhists all over the world. King Wimaladharmasuriya I (1592 - 1603), the first to select Kandy as the ruling capital, originally built a two storied temple for the Relic a

sri lanka official language translator Pathirippuwa of the Dalada Maligawa with the clouds wall running around it Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa, Pattirippuwa, paththirippuwa Dalada Maligawa with the clouds wall running around it Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa, Maha Vahalkada "Maha Vahalkada", the main entrance to the temple Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa, Pattirippuwa, paththirippuwa Pattirippuwa, where the king addressed his countrymen Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa Pallemaluwa of the Temple and the daily rituals Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa, Pattirippuwa, paththirippuwa Inside Pattirippuwa Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa Floral designs on the roof of the ground floor (pallemaluwa) Temple of tooth relic, Dalada Maligawa The new stupa house View of Dalada Maligawa across the lake during day time View of Dalada Maligawa across the lake during the night A Short Historical Tour of Sri Dalada Maligawa (Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic) Kandy was the capital of the Sinhalese Kings from 1592 to 1815. Fortified by a terrain of mountains and the difficult approach Kandy managed to operate in independence from Dutch, Portuguese and the English till 1815. The city is a world heritage site declared by UNESCO, in part due to this temple. The Sri Dalada Maligawa or The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a temple in the city of Kandy in Sri Lanka. It was built within the royal palace complex which houses the one of the two surviving relic of the tooth of Buddha, an object of veneration for Buddhists. The other tooth relic is believed to be enshrined in a stupa called Somawathi Chethiya. The Sri Dalada Maligawa in Kandy, the temple which houses the Sacred Tooth Relic of The Buddha, is possibly the most sacred Buddhist shrine in the world. It is venerated not only by Buddhists in Sri Lanka but by Buddhists all over the world. King Wimaladharmasuriya I (1592 - 1603), the first to select Kandy as the ruling capital, originally built a two storied temple for the Relic acontains

Last Update: 2014-09-14
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Question 1) Explain the importance of credit rating agencies. List out the credit rating agencies operating in Sri Lanka and describe the rating system while highlighting the factors taken in to consideration in determining credit rating. 2) Critically evaluate the operations of Colombo stock exchange and discuses the shortcomings. 3) What is meant by "bullish and bearish"? Explain the attitudes of buyers and sellers of call and put options. Answer 1) Credit rating agencies play an important role in most modern capital markets. Credit rating agencies specialize in analyzing and evaluating the credit worthiness of corporate and sovereign issuers of debt securities. The rating agencies fall into two categories: I. Recognized; and II. Non-recognized. Credit ratings can play a significant role in the investment decisions of investors and the value investors place on such ratings is evident from, among other things, the impact ratings have on an issuer’s ability to access capital. Healthy capital markets require information and transparency. Credit rating agencies play an important role in providing one source of information that aids transparency and market efficiency, thereby reducing the imbalance of information that often exists between buyers and sellers of bonds. They provide improved efficiency in the credit markets and allow for more transparency in dealings. Ratings are a useful and valuable source of information for investors and other market participants and they help in healthy capital market development. Credit rating agencies help provide risk measures for various entities and make it easier for financial market participants to assess and understand the credit risk of the parties involved in the investing process. The credit ratings provided by these agencies are used by various banks and financial institutions in determining the risk premium they will charge on loans and corporate bonds. A poor credit rating implies a higher risk premium with an increase in the interest rate charged to corporations and individuals with a poor credit rating. Issuers with a good credit rating are able to raise funds at a lower interest rate. List of credit rating agencies operating in Sri Lanka ICRA Lanka Limited Ram ratings Lanka limited Fitch ratings Lanka Limited Lanka Orix factors Ltd The rating system Most credit agencies use their own methodology for determining credit ratings. They are designed to provide independent analysis of the credit worthiness. At the start of the rating process, the Credit Rating Agencies will assign a lead analyst. The analyst gathers information from the issuer and researches other available sources for information to provide the analyst with a better understanding of the issuer, including its financial condition, and its industry/economic environment. Using this information and the CRA’s rating methodology, the analyst prepares a draft report and recommendation with respect to proposed credit ratings for the issuer’s debt securities. This report is submitted to the rating committee, which then approves a final credit rating. Once the rating is published, many Credit Rating Agencies will continue to monitor the issuer and meet with senior management on a periodic basis in order to review whether the current ratings for the issuer and its securities should be maintained or adjusted. The frequency with which a rating is updated varies according to the Credit Rating Agencies, the type of issuer, and the security being rated. While some observers and market participants believe that a Credit Rating Agencies rating represents a judgment on the worthiness of an investment. 2) The Colombo Stock Exchange is the organization responsible for the operation of the stock market in Sri Lanka. It is one of the most modern exchanges in South Asia, providing a fully automated trading platform. . The Colombo Stock Exchange is a company limited by guarantee established under the Companies Act No. 17 of 1982 and licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka to operate as a Stock Exchange in Sri Lanka. The vision of the Colombo Stock Exchange is to be the preferred choice for creation of wealth and value. The headquarters of the Colombo Stock Exchange have been located at the World Trade Center Towers in Colombo since 1995. For buy Shares in Colombo Stock Exchange,  Local Investors go to any member of Central Depository System and open Central Depository System Account. Once your CDS Account is opened you are ready to buy & sell shares.  Foreign Investors First go to any commercial bank operating in Sri Lanka & open Share Investment External Rupee Account then contact a broker to open CDS account with your Passport Copy. There are two ways to purchase shares  From a new issue of shares (Primary Market) The primary market is the market for new shares or debenture issues. In the primary market, the security is purchased directly from the company. In a primary issue, the company offering the share/debenture issue publishes a document known as the prospectus. It is an invitation to the general public to buy shares or debentures of that company  On the Secondary Market through a stock broker On the Secondary Market through a stock broker. A market in which an investor could either buy or sell shares, debentures and Government Securities from or to another investor, subsequent to the original issuance in the primary market. Shortcomings There are Disadvantages of Issuing Stock:  The loss of interest of ownership of the business and also the possible loss of complete control that can accompany a sharing of business ownership with shareholder.  Shareholders have a voice in policies that affect the company operations. There are Disadvantages of Debentures are:  Unlike ordinary shares, debenture holders are not considered the owners of the company. They are long term loan capital and holders will have no right to vote at the annual general meeting.  Debentures are more secure than stocks, but will lead to a lower rate of theoretical return.  It is a type of debt instrument which is not secured by collateral (or physical asset). In case of bankruptcy, the bond holders are given priority over the debenture holders. 3) "Bullish and bearish" are often used to describe the conditions in the market or the sentiment of investors. They are very important terms and are used in nearly all types of trading, from currencies to stocks. Investors who believe that a stock price will increase over time are said to be bullish. Investors who believe that a stock price will decline are said to be bearish. If you are bullish, you think prices will rise. If you are bearish, you believe they will fall. The terms are presumable named after the way each animal attacks. Bulls lower their horns and raise them high (low to high) while bears swipe with their paws from high to low. Traders can take advantage of both bullish and bearish markets if they have sufficient knowledge of the market conditions that are associated with these cycles. When traders understand the meaning of bearish and bullish and are able to identify the cycles, they will know how to profit off of any market condition. Calls Puts Buyers Bullish: Have right to buy stock, want stock price to rise Bearish: Have right to sell stock, want stock to fall Sellers Bearish: Have obligation to sell stock, want stock price to fall Bullish: Have obligation to buy stock, want stock price to rise

googleQuestion 1) Explain the importance of credit rating agencies. List out the credit rating agencies operating in Sri Lanka and describe the rating system while highlighting the factors taken in to consideration in determining credit rating. 2) Critically evaluate the operations of Colombo stock exchange and discuses the shortcomings. 3) What is meant by "bullish and bearish"? Explain the attitudes of buyers and sellers of call and put options. Answer 1) Credit rating agencies play an important role in most modern capital markets. Credit rating agencies specialize in analyzing and evaluating the credit worthiness of corporate and sovereign issuers of debt securities. The rating agencies fall into two categories: I. Recognized; and II. Non-recognized. Credit ratings can play a significant role in the investment decisions of investors and the value investors place on such ratings is evident from, among other things, the impact ratings have on an issuer’s ability to access capital. Healthy capital markets require information and transparency. Credit rating agencies play an important role in providing one source of information that aids transparency and market efficiency, thereby reducing the imbalance of information that often exists between buyers and sellers of bonds. They provide improved efficiency in the credit markets and allow for more transparency in dealings. Ratings are a useful and valuable source of information for investors and other market participants and they help in healthy capital market development. Credit rating agencies help provide risk measures for various entities and make it easier for financial market participants to assess and understand the credit risk of the parties involved in the investing process. The credit ratings provided by these agencies are used by various banks and financial institutions in determining the risk premium they will charge on loans and corporate bonds. A poor credit rating implies a higher risk premium with an increase in the interest rate charged to corporations and individuals with a poor credit rating. Issuers with a good credit rating are able to raise funds at a lower interest rate. List of credit rating agencies operating in Sri Lanka ICRA Lanka Limited Ram ratings Lanka limited Fitch ratings Lanka Limited Lanka Orix factors Ltd The rating system Most credit agencies use their own methodology for determining credit ratings. They are designed to provide independent analysis of the credit worthiness. At the start of the rating process, the Credit Rating Agencies will assign a lead analyst. The analyst gathers information from the issuer and researches other available sources for information to provide the analyst with a better understanding of the issuer, including its financial condition, and its industry/economic environment. Using this information and the CRA’s rating methodology, the analyst prepares a draft report and recommendation with respect to proposed credit ratings for the issuer’s debt securities. This report is submitted to the rating committee, which then approves a final credit rating. Once the rating is published, many Credit Rating Agencies will continue to monitor the issuer and meet with senior management on a periodic basis in order to review whether the current ratings for the issuer and its securities should be maintained or adjusted. The frequency with which a rating is updated varies according to the Credit Rating Agencies, the type of issuer, and the security being rated. While some observers and market participants believe that a Credit Rating Agencies rating represents a judgment on the worthiness of an investment. 2) The Colombo Stock Exchange is the organization responsible for the operation of the stock market in Sri Lanka. It is one of the most modern exchanges in South Asia, providing a fully automated trading platform. . The Colombo Stock Exchange is a company limited by guarantee established under the Companies Act No. 17 of 1982 and licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka to operate as a Stock Exchange in Sri Lanka. The vision of the Colombo Stock Exchange is to be the preferred choice for creation of wealth and value. The headquarters of the Colombo Stock Exchange have been located at the World Trade Center Towers in Colombo since 1995. For buy Shares in Colombo Stock Exchange,  Local Investors go to any member of Central Depository System and open Central Depository System Account. Once your CDS Account is opened you are ready to buy & sell shares.  Foreign Investors First go to any commercial bank operating in Sri Lanka & open Share Investment External Rupee Account then contact a broker to open CDS account with your Passport Copy. There are two ways to purchase shares  From a new issue of shares (Primary Market) The primary market is the market for new shares or debenture issues. In the primary market, the security is purchased directly from the company. In a primary issue, the company offering the share/debenture issue publishes a document known as the prospectus. It is an invitation to the general public to buy shares or debentures of that company  On the Secondary Market through a stock broker On the Secondary Market through a stock broker. A market in which an investor could either buy or sell shares, debentures and Government Securities from or to another investor, subsequent to the original issuance in the primary market. Shortcomings There are Disadvantages of Issuing Stock:  The loss of interest of ownership of the business and also the possible loss of complete control that can accompany a sharing of business ownership with shareholder.  Shareholders have a voice in policies that affect the company operations. There are Disadvantages of Debentures are:  Unlike ordinary shares, debenture holders are not considered the owners of the company. They are long term loan capital and holders will have no right to vote at the annual general meeting.  Debentures are more secure than stocks, but will lead to a lower rate of theoretical return.  It is a type of debt instrument which is not secured by collateral (or physical asset). In case of bankruptcy, the bond holders are given priority over the debenture holders. 3) "Bullish and bearish" are often used to describe the conditions in the market or the sentiment of investors. They are very important terms and are used in nearly all types of trading, from currencies to stocks. Investors who believe that a stock price will increase over time are said to be bullish. Investors who believe that a stock price will decline are said to be bearish. If you are bullish, you think prices will rise. If you are bearish, you believe they will fall. The terms are presumable named after the way each animal attacks. Bulls lower their horns and raise them high (low to high) while bears swipe with their paws from high to low. Traders can take advantage of both bullish and bearish markets if they have sufficient knowledge of the market conditions that are associated with these cycles. When traders understand the meaning of bearish and bullish and are able to identify the cycles, they will know how to profit off of any market condition. Calls Puts Buyers Bullish: Have right to buy stock, want stock price to rise Bearish: Have right to sell stock, want stock to fall Sellers Bearish: Have obligation to sell stock, want stock price to fall Bullish: Have obligation to buy stock, want stock price to rise

Last Update: 2014-09-13
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Maldives,[10] officially the Republic of the Maldives[nb 1] and also referred to as the Maldive Islands, is an island nation in the Indian Ocean–Arabian Sea area, consisting of a double chain of twenty-six atolls, oriented north-south, that lie between Minicoy Island (the southernmost part of Lakshadweep, India) and the Chagos Archipelago. The chains stand in the Laccadive Sea, about 700 kilometres (430 mi) south-west of Sri Lanka and 400 kilometres (250 mi) south-west of India. The Maldives has been an independent polity for the majority of its history, except for three periods in which it was ruled by outside forces. In the mid-16th century, for fifteen years, the Maldives was dominated by the Portuguese Empire. In the mid-17th century, the Dutch Empire (Malabar) dominated Maldives for four months. Finally, in the late 19th century, on the brink of war, the Maldives became a British protectorate from 1887 until 1965. The Dutch referred to the islands as the "Maldivische Eilanden" (pronounced [mɑlˈdivisə ˈɛi̯lɑndə(n)]), while the British anglicised the local name for the islands first to the "Maldive Islands" and later to the "Maldives". The islands gained independence from the British Empire in 1965, and in 1968 became a republic ruled by a president and an authoritarian government.

how are you fine thank you . and you also you where I go I'm going to play you can come too I can not because I am sorry because I have another engagement shortly umpo feel like your are all are doing well then goodbye I 'll see you all ok nice greeting you hello

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The Sri Lankan Junglefowl (Gallus lafayetii), also known during the colonial era as the Ceylon Junglefowl, is a member of the Galliformes bird order which is endemic to Sri Lanka, where it is the national bird. It is closely related to the Red Junglefowl (G. gallus), the wild junglefowl from which the chicken was domesticated. The specific name of the Sri Lankan Junglefowl commemorates the French aristocrat Gilbert du Motier, marquis de La Fayette. In Sinhala it is known as වළි කුකුළා (Wali Kukula)[2] and in Tamil it is known as இலங்கைக் காட்டுக்கோழி.

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