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Malaysia Keen on Bidding for Northern Highway of Sri Lanka on Build Operate & Transfer Basis

Dato’ Seri S. Samy Vellu who is the Senior-Ministerial ranked Malaysia’s Special Envoy of Infrastructure for India and South Asia attached to the Prime Minister’s Office  have stated that Malaysia is willing  to bidding for the Northern Highway on a Build Operate & Transfer (BOT) basis. We want to do a good job if we get it. Even on the 1,100 Km Kuala Lumpur highway there were only a few vehicles at first but now a million vehicles are passing through every day.

USD 5 billion from IMF to pay off Chinese loans

The Sri Lankan government will approach global lenders including the World Hank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to borrow from them to the tune of US $ five billion to restructure expensive loans, obtained from China, by the previous regime for infrastructure development projects in the country.

According to Reuters, the Central Bank Governor has said that the country had borrowed more than US $ 6 billion, mainly from China, for a massive infrastructure drive under the Rajapaksa government at the end of a 26-year civil war which ended in May 2009.  The new government, under the leadership of Maithripala Sirisena has already ordered a review on all projects initiated by the previous government.

The new government claims that the Rajapaksa administration had to borrow money, on unfavourable terms and the Rajapaksa government agreed in respect of some public projects without following the proper tender procedures.

“We have to look at what options are available in the agreements and we should try and reduce the high borrowing cost, obviously with longer-term low cost borrowing,” Reuters had reported quoting Deputy Minister for Policy Planning and Economic Affairs Marsha de Silva.

Colombo City and Subs Garbage going to be Solid Waste to Puttalam

For the first time in Sri Lanka history, the Sri Lanka Railways (SLR) will transport garbage as part of a solid-waste disposal project in which garbage will be collected from Colombo City and the suburbs. The garbage will be disposed at a site in Aruakkalu in Puttalam under a newly formulated Municipal Solid Waste Disposal System.

Government was looking forward this project as environmentally acceptable and economically feasible solid waste management project for some time to dispose the solid waste collected in the Colombo City and the suburbs such as Nugegoda, Kaduwela, Moratuwa, Ratmalana, Mt. Lavinia, Ja-Ela and Kolonnawa.

At present 700 metric tons of solid waste is collected in Colombo each day while 1,200 metric tons are collected from other urbanized local authorities.

POWER SUPPLY TO REACH 100% AFTER COMPLETION

The transmission of 300 MWs to the national grid from the third and final phase of the Lakvijaya Coal Power Plant (LCPP) was expected to begin by the end of August, Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) announced. Two generators are running at the moment with a capacity of 300 MWs each and the installation of a third generator with the same capacity is almost completed now. With the launching of the three phases of the LCPP by the end of this month the CEB will be adding 900 MWs to the national grid.

The total cost of the three phased LCPP, one of the largest development projects undertaken by China in Sri Lanka, which started construction in 2006, was US$ 1,341 million (Rs. 1,743 billion). With commissioning of the LCPP, the CEB would be in a position to provide power to every household in the country. The country’s power coverage is at 96% at present.

Casino contributes Rs. 500 Million as a Tax Revenue to the Government

The Deputy Minister of Finance and Planning, Sarath Amunugama stated in Parliament that Casinos are one of the tax revenue generating sources in Srilankan Economy, where the Casino industry is approximately contribute Rs. 500 Million for government revenue as taxes.

And the Minister stated that the government had earned revenue of Rs 1,400 million by way of taxes from four casinos in the country from last 6 years.

According to the information provided by the Deputy Minister, a casino was required to pay Rs 50 million per year, in taxes, to the government. However, this was increased to Rs 100 million from the beginning of 2013.

It was also revealed that a fifth casino was established in the country in 2013. As a result, the government would thereby earn total of Rs.500 million through the taxation of those five casinos.

Government to grow 10,000 HA rubber in north-east

Sri Lanka would add 10,000 hectares of rubber plantation to the North East in three years, said Minister of Plantation Industries Mahinda Samarasinghe.

Speaking at the 95th Annual General Meeting of Colombo Rubber Traders Association at JAIC Hilton, he said that plans were mooted to complete 1,000 hectares by the end of 2013.

The Minister said that Sri Lanka producers only 2% of the World Rubber Market and the increase of production was a prerequisite to increase that percentage. “This is the reason we decided to increase production and looked at the North East to grow rubber.

He said that they are also hoping to open more rubber nurseries which would be managed by the Rubber Development Department. He said that they were also working closely with the Divi Neguma movement to increase production and their focus was more on ‘small holders.’ He also requested the private sector to set up more factories.

The minister said they were also looking at ways and means of reducing the cost of production. The Government should venture into developing new areas in the Eastern and Northern provinces where trials have been conducted and have been found to be suitable for plantation in the future, bearing in mind and considering the enormous financial expenditure outlaid by the Government on infrastructure development in those regions for the benefit of its people.

that rubber production has dropped from 158,00 tons in 2011 to 152,000 tons 2012 and declined further in 2013 to 130,800 tons, which is a loss of about 28,000 tons in just 3 years. “The price of rubber too has declined, he added.” A census of rubber lands was done after a period of 26 years in 2010. The last census was carried out in 1984. The sector includes 127,092 small holdings units and 570 estate divisions of over 15 rubber growing districts.

 

Floating market, latest attraction in Colombo

The construction of the floating market at Bastian Mawatha, which is part of the Colombo City Development Project, implemented by the Urban Development Authority is complete.

Thousands of people including foreigners visiting Colombo can buy products at this market where 92 stalls have been set up to sell local products.

This floating market also targets foreign tourists interested in purchasing local products. Vendors who operate in the area adjacent to the market without any facilities will have stalls at this market.

A restaurant where food is served has also been set up with modern public facilities. The public can enjoy food here with a breathtaking view of the Beira lake in a lush and green environment.

The area adjacent to the market complex has modem sanitary facilities and a vehicle parking area. This part of the Beira Lake was earlier covered with unauthorised constructions.

The floating market project is implemented as a part of the Colombo City Development Project by the Urban Development Authority on the directive of Defence and Urban Development Ministry Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa.

The construction was carried out by the Sri Lanka Army and the Navy. The construction activities were carried out under the supervision of UDA Chairman Nimal Perera and Director General Harshan De Silva and Additional Director General Brigadier Samantha Jayasundera. Chartered Architect Thushari Kariya-wasam is in charge of the overall designing and the management of the project.

A floating market on the Beira, Colombo

The first ever floating market in the county is to be declared open soon, the Urban development Authority (UDA) said.

The market situated in Pettah is being constructed on the Bara Lake adjacent to Bastian Mawatha in Pettah.

The UDA had earlier plumed to open the market before the Sinhala & Tamil New Year but numerous requests mate by vendors asking more time to resettle had delayed the market from opening.

In response to the vendors’ request the UDA had directed that more time be given to vendors to continue business as a relocating process immediately before the New Yea may adversely  affect their businesses.

Selected vendors from the Olcott Mawatha in Pettah would be relocated in the market that would have 92 shops of which 78 would be allocated to local businessmen and remainder to exclusive brands.

A high end restaurant is also being established in the waters, previously media reports on the market stated that priority would be given to leather, brass, musical items, hand bags, shoes and also fruits and fancy item. When allocating shops in the market, the timber decks and bridges have been built to facilitate trading.

350 metres Lotus Tower on progress to be the tallest in Lanka

The Lotus Tower that Is being constructed down D.R. Wijewardene Mawatha has reached a height of 50 metres now.

The telecommunication regulatory official stated that feasibility studies for the second, phase of the project are ongoing with the finalisations to structural drawings. It will take another one or two months for the feasibility studies to be completed. Once that is done, the papers will be submitted to the Cabinet for approval.

The second phase of the project will have a massive car park and shopping mall and is being designed by the University of Moratuwa.

The first phase of the project that the ongoing construction is being funded by a loan obtained from a Chinese bank.

With communication towers, museums, food courts and administrative offices, the tower would be a communication hub for both public and private sectors. The Lotus Tower will stand 350 metres in height and will be the tallest building in the country once completed.

How to get a Certified Copy of the Marriage Certificate

 

  • Refer the application to the Divisional Secretariat of the area where the registration took place.
  • Application can obtain from any Divisional Secretariat.
  • Fees chargeable

Where the date of registration or the no. of the entry is given the fee for one copy of the certificate is Rs.100.00

Where the date of registration or the no. of the entry is not given and a search of registers not exceeding two years is involved fee for one copy of the certificate is Rs.200.00

 

  • Required fee should submit to the Divisional Secretariat.
  • Duly filled application should be submit to the Divisional Secretariat.
  • If you like to obtain the certificate of marriage by post, submit a stamped envelop with the application.
  • If the marriage is registered, a certificate of marriage will be send and if the marriage is not registered a letter to the effect will be send.

 

Organization Information

 

Department of Registrar General’s

No: 234 /A3,

Denzil Kobbakaduwa Mw,

Battaramulla,

Sri Lanka.

 

 

Mr. S.M.W.B. Sandiligama

Telephones:+94-11-2889488 / +94-11-2889489

Fax Nos:+94-11-2889491

Email:info@rgd.gov.lk, rgd@sltnet.lk

Website: www.rgd.gov.lk

 

Source from: Government Information Center

 

Central Bank Profits Decline in 2013

The Central Bank (CB) has lost Rs.24.2 billion in 2013. Down from profits of Rs.66.2 billion in 2012. But the bank had transferred 25 billion rupees by way of profits to the state budget. Central Bank Governor Nivard Cabraal said yesterday

Other than interest income from its forex assets, the CB primarily makes profits from inflation, either through currency depreciation or interest from ‘domestic assets.’

Domestic assets are government securities, which tend to grow sharply when large volumes of money are printed usually to bridge the deficit or keep interest rates down, generating high inflation and balance of payment crises.

Lower Central Bank profits generally point to lower inflation in the economy he said.

Interest income from domestic assets therefore, also plunged to Rs 11.4 billion from Rs. 25.9 billion a year earlier as the CB sold its Treasury bills portfolio as the banking system recovered from balances of payments h troubles of 2011 and 2012 he added

~NEWS~

Bogambara Prison should be preserved said by Judicial Services Commission Chairman

The Bogambara Prison, which had been constructed by the British rulers in Kandy, should be preserved as an archaeological site, the Chairman of the Judicial Services Commission. Sisira Ratnayake said.

The chairman, who visited this prison, also took time to witness the uniquely constructed gallows that were situated inside the former prison and commented that by giving school children an opportunity to witness the scary nature of the gallows it could prevent them from getting involved in unlawful acts in the future.

Colombo Fish Market to Colombo Gold Center – Cover Story of Reformation of Mallu Kadde to Good Centre

The Ministry of Defence and Urban Development announced that the conversion of the former Pettah fish market into a gold centre was almost complete and it would be opened shortly.

The building which housed the former fish market which was shifted to Peliyagoda has been converted to a five-storey complex to house gems, jewellery and gold stores.

The Rs.400 million projects undertaken by the Urban Development Authority (UDA) is to provide better infrastructure and security facilities to the trade. Both local and foreign businesses are expected to be set up in the new building. The authority said that the Gems and Jewellery Authority would also have a stall in the premises to authenticate gems and jewellery items purchased by customers.

The ministry said renovations which began in 2012 were to be completed by October 2014 and that the building would comprise 85 commercial spaces, two banks, a food court and a parking lot with modern facilities for 700 vehicles.

While the UDA were the architectural consultants for the project, the Central Engineering Consultancy Bureau (CECB) was the engineering consultant. The construction of the building has been carried out by the Army.

~ NEWS~

Sri Lankan boat building industry under BOI – A Review

Sri Lanka has a proud history of boat building. From the ancient times Sri Lanka was considered as a nation that had mastered the science of boat building and the country was a maritime hub of the ancient world.

The island therefore does have a natural advantage to become the hub for boat manufacturing in the Asian region thanks to its strategic location and other skills. According to Akihiko Nakauchi. Chairman Colombo Dockyard PLC.

He stated in news that the service provided by the Board of Investment (BOI) for this sector is excellent. Sri Lanka has one of the best natural harbours in the Asian region and its commercial port in Colombo is rated among the most economical and efficient. Which offers a comprehensive range of services to shippers.

As a result of several initiatives taken by the governments, the private sector and other stakeholders the boatbuilding industry in Sri Lanka has now become one of the leading local industries with a potential of emerging as an export sector.

The opportunities have emerged in the boatbuilding sector such as boats for excursions, for whale watching, leisure fishing, snorkelling and scuba diving. The interest of the local community in boating activities will create additional markets not only for the exiting entrepreneurs but also for the new investors in the industry.

Sri Lanka’s boatbuilding industry is roughly comprised of three main sectors namely, pleasure boats, commercial boats and fishing boats.

The BOI of Sri Lanka lias played and continues to play a leading role in order to developing this industry There are more than five big boat building companies operating with BOI status.

  • Neil Fernando and Company (Pvt.) Ltd.
  • Dhanusha Marine Lanka (Pvt.) Ltd.
  • Josten Viksund (Pvt.) Ltd.
  • Solas Marine Lanka (Pvt.) Ltd
  • Colombo Dockyard PLC

are some the companies operating under the BOI. which produce a wide range of activities such as production of small and medium size boats for the export markets, production of vessels for sport fishing and day fishing, speed boats, coast guard vessels, Dinghy, freshwater fishing boats, saltwater fishing boats, cruising boats and sailboat.

Colombo Dockyard PLC specializes in the building of anchor handling tug supply vessels, platform supply vessels, passenger vessels, harbour tug boats, landing crafts, work boats, fast patrol bats, offshore patrol boats, cargo vessels and passenger vessels for the export markets.

In addition to enhancing earnings of foreign exchange, the boat building industry itself offers a wide range of benefits to the country it has generated many job opportunities for the youth and created inflow of technical know-how into the country.

According to a new market research report titled Global Recreational Boating Industry Analysis and Forecast 2010-2015 from Lucintel. The boating industry is growing exponentially over the next five years. Sri Lankan boating industry therefore has with great potential for expansion opportunities and even of penetrating new markets.

Existing boat manufacturers can expand their production capacity to meet the growing international demand. The BOI Sri Lanka believes strongly that the boating industry is a sector which will play an important role in the country’s development.

~ NEWS~

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Why still in the Queue. Now you can login to Online Payment through www.cmc.lk, Pay Your Rates from home save your valuable time enter into a brighter city.

You can use any Credit Card or Dialog ezcash mode to pay online. The online payments are available for the below taxes,

  • Property Tax
  • Trade Tax
  • Tax and Business
  • Market Rent
  • Hawkers Rent
  • Shop and Boutiques Rent
  • House Rent Payment Facilities

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Pay your Colombo Municipal Council taxes via www.cmc.lk
Pay your Colombo Municipal Council taxes via www.cmc.lk

French business delegation keen on urban infrastructure development

Representatives from a ten member business-delegation visited Colombo on March 4 and 5 . This business delegation comprised of French companies in the field of urban infrastructure, especially transport. French companies present in India and Singapore were also represented during this mission. Participating French companies included Alstom Transport, Bouygues Batiment International, Dassault Systemes, DTP Terrassement. Egis International, Signes-Paysages, Systra, Veolia Transport RATP. Vinci Concession and Unibridge.

The main area of interest for the business delegation was the modernization of urban mass transport systems.

The renovation and electrification of the urban rail network as well as improving road access was also discussed with the local authorities. During most discussions, financing under public – private partnerships was considered the best option and the participating French companies took note of the investment concepts put forward by their counterparts..

This delegation was led by Jean Paul Monchau, Ambassador of France in Sri Lanka and the Maldives

Sri Lanka Development Bonds issue on

The Central Bank on behalf of the Government will issue Sri Lanka Development Bonds (SLDBs) of US Dollars 60 million in 3 year tenors to eligible investors for subscription at a rate of US Dollar 6 month LIBOR plus a margin to be determined through competitive bidding.

The offer was opened from March 3 for bidding with the settlement on March 17. Foreign and local commercial banks operating in Sri Lanka subscribed at the auction. The offer was oversubscribed by 3.1 times with total bids received amounting to USD 187 million. Considering the high demand for SLDBs and providing an opportunity for investors to invest their funds for a longer period, it was decided to accept the entirety of US Dollars 187 million in 3 year maturities at the market determined rate of USD 6 month LIBOR plus a weighted average margin of 400 bps. The US Dollar 6 month LIBOR rate as of March 10, 2014 is quoted at 0.3318 percent.

The SLDB issue was executed in terms of Section 2 (a) and 2 (c) of the Foreign Loans Act No. 29 of 1957 as amended. The SLDBs are transferable by endorsement, delivery and registration with the Superintendent of Public Debt of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. Eligible investors may purchase SLDBs in the secondary market through Designated Agents appointed by the Central Bank.

~ News ~

Durian plantation in Minuwangoda

The Gampaha District Agricultural directors’ office has commenced a 30 acres Durian Village programme in Mabodala in the Minuwangoda divisional secretariat area. This programme was launched under an island wide fruit village creating programme by the Gampaha, said District Agricultural Director Nelson de Silva.

Thirty farmers were trained under this programme and given 150 Durian plants. Another 450 plants were distributed among farmers as a part of the second stage of the programme. Assistant Director General (Technical) Agricultural Department and other officers participated at the occasion.

The distributed plants were processed under high quality standard in the planting centres of the Agricultural Department. Durian is a highly demanded fruit in the local market.

Japan provides Rs. 100 Million to promote Trilingual Language Policy in Sri Lanka

The Japanese government has granted Rs. 100 million under its Non-Project Counterpart Fund to implement two projects identified by the Sri Lankan government aimed at facilitating the implementation of the Trilingual Language Policy of Sri Lanka.

The first project is capacity building of language teachers in the general education system promoting a Trilingual Sri Lanka.

Rs. 80.24 million will be provided for this project for teacher development and capacity building by improving the quality of learning and teaching of Sinhala, Tamil, and English to promote trilingual Sri Lanka.

The project will be implemented by the Education Ministry and would support the development of teacher training material and conducting of training programs at provincial, zonal and divisional levels, establishment of quality circles of language teachers etc. The second project is the preparation of handbook for the use of government officers in all IV levels.

Rs. 20 million will be provided for this project for printing of study packs based on syllables prepared for second language proficiency in all four levels of public officers and the printing of related course modules. This project will be implemented by the National Languages and Social Integration Ministry.

The two projects are expected to benefit around 54,150 language teachers (Sinhala, Tamil, and English), nearly four million primary to secondary level students and 1.3 million public officers and the public as a whole.

Japan considers these two projects of great importance in terms of facilitating national reconciliation through promoting a Trilingual Sri Lanka enabling all communities to communicate with each other with ease and understanding. Japan hopes that these projects will enhance the government’s efforts towards reconciliation.

Piliyandala Eco-Park commences

Constructions on the Eco-park in Kahapola, Piliyandala ceremonially commenced last week with the participation of Botanical Gardens and Recreation Minister Jayarathna Herath and Labour and Labour Relations Minister Gamini Lokuge as Chief Guests.

The project was undertaken by the National Zoological Department with the aim of developing tourism. The Eco-park consisting of 77 acres of land area would be opened to the public in 2015. It comprises a conservation centre of indigenous fauna and flora, a breeding and research centre for endangered species, an entertainment centre for children and water sports facilities centering the Bolgoda Lake.

In addition, the Park would also consist Souvenirs stalls, a Cafeteria and a Cable Car Service. An investment opportunity for the private sector is available for these purposes as well as for boat services.

European Union provides Rs. 1,700 Million to develop Batticaloa

The European Union apportioned Rs. 1,700 million for the development of Batticaloa under the guidance of Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa. A meeting, presided by Batticaloa Government Agent P. S. M. Charles, was held to discuss how the funds can be used to develop Batticaloa.

The meeting was held at Batticaloa Government Agent’s office. Economic Development Deputy Minister M. L. A. M. Hizbullah said the implementing committee will be formed in the 14 secretarial divisions of the Batticaloa District. Deputy Minister said similar to the project successfully completed in the Ampara district, the amount will be used to develop education, health, technical education, Solid waste management, environmental development and fisheries in the Batticaloa district.

UNOPS Program Manager Celia Marquez, Batticaloa District Planning Director R. Neduncheliyan, Batticaloa Municipal Council Engineer P. Achchuthan and others participated.

 

Interest Free Loan for women Entrepreneurs in Sri Lanka – Budget Proposal 2014

Women form an integral part of our society, driving its success and sustenance. In view of the undeniably essential role that they play, empowering them with the means to succeed in their efforts is vital. It is indeed heartening to see women realise their true potential through the initiatives of the Government.

An interest free loan facility solely for the women of our nation able to triumph over challenges and propel the development of our country in appreciation of her invaluable contribution and to uplift her entrepreneurship that drives a nation’s success

The Regional Development Bank is dedicated to support women entrepreneurs Further information can be obtained from the nearest Regional Development Bank 011 2035454 or visit www.rdb.lk

Or see below image

Interest Free Loan for women Entrepreneurs in Sri Lanka – Budget Proposal 2014
Interest Free Loan for women Entrepreneurs in Sri Lanka – Budget Proposal 2014

Coconut growing project in Urban areas ( Maharagama Area)

The Coconut Development and Janatha Estate Development Ministry has launched a special program to grow coconut in urban areas. The aim is for people living in urban areas to obtain coconut for day to day consumption.

The first phase of the program commenced at Sri Jayawardhanapura Kotte and second phase commenced at Maharagama.

According to the program, the Coconut Cultivation Board will distribute two CRIC 65 coconut saplings to each home in the urban areas. They will be able to get the harvest within three and half I years. Minister of Coconut Development and Janatha Estate Development distributed 2,000 coconut saplings among 1,000 families in the ‘ Maharagama Municipal Council area.

The Coconut Cultivation Board will distribute two CRIC 65 coconut saplings to each home in the urban areas. They will be able to get the harvest within three and half years

Moratuwa- Egoda Uyana a beach front park by Urban Development Authority

The Moratuwa- Egoda uyana beachfront development project initiated to provide better facilities to people, especially for children who use the beach for leisure activities, would be completed by May 2014, the Urban Development Authority (UDA) source stated that UDA sources around Rs. 24.1 million has been estimated to undertake the project funded by the private sector and also the UDA. It also transpired that the complete clearance of the project site amounting to approximately 42 perches and 80 percent of the physical taking over procedure of the land have been completed.

And the Moratuwa Municipal Council will be responsible for the maintenance and administration of the beach front leisure park once the project was completed.

Colombo Outer Circular – New Express way of Sri Lanka

Linking all expressways in the country, Phase I of the Outer Circular Highway (OCH) connecting the Southern Expressway to Kaduwela will be declared open on March, 8. The 29.1 Km Highway built in three phases, is to link al expressways I and major roads such as Southern, Northern and Kandy Expressways as well as Colombo- Awissawella, Colombo- Kandy and Colombo- Negombo Roads.

Funded by JICA, Phase I of the project, connecting Kottawa to Kaduwela, was constructed by the China Harbour Engineering Company.

With Phase II of the project connecting Kaduwela to Kadawatha underway, tenders are being called for Phase III connecting Kadawatha to Kerawalapitiya.

The 11 Km from Kottawa to Kaduwela was constructed at a cost of RS.24.9 billion and the Speed limit will be 100 kmph for the rest of the road.

The Expressway will be monitored by a network of CCTV cameras which are only connected to the main control room. Rules and regulations for Southern Expressway apply to the Outer Circular as well.

The Colombo Outer Circular  will have interchanges of

  • Kottawa
  • Pore
  • Kaduwela
  • Kadawatha
  • Kerawalapitiya
  • Mattumagala

The four lane highway has been constructed with the Intention of ‘ expanding it to a six lane highway with the increase of I traffic in the future. Once completed the OCH is to reduce traffic congestion in Colombo.

One of the prominent features of this expressway is the 3.2 kilometre long viaduct constructed to have this expressway on elevated form across the marshy land in Mahawela between Pore and Kothalawala.lt will be the longest viaduct or bridge in Sri Lanka.

This is constructed at a cost of Rs. 7.2 billion the bridge is built to ensure the flood pattern of the area remained the same.

413 semi-luxury bus owners fined for poor standards

Nearly 413 semi-luxury bus owners were fined in 2013 for not maintaining the stipulated standards in their buses stated by Private Transport Minister.

And he stated that ministry was keen on making sure that semi-luxury bus owners maintained the required standards for the convenience of the passengers. None of the bus owners will be spared if they fail to maintain high standards.

Now KFC at Cargills Square in Jaffna – Updated KFC Menu Attached for All KFC Outlets in Sri lanka

KFC a warm culture and some of the best hospitality among quick service restaurant chains the world over; now opens its new outlets at Cargills Square in Jaffna.

KFC is opens its first stores in Majestic City in 1995 by Cargills and now its expand its operations more than 25 restaurants around the island. Cargills itself offers a wide range of local palates of KFC Chicken Buriyani, KFC Chicken Pop Corn N Rice, KFC Chicken Charger – along with signature KFC meals.

The Latest Restaurant was at Jaffna at Cargills Own Supper Market complex in Jaffna city, opposite to Jaffna Hospital.

Now KFC at Cargills Square in Jaffna 1
Now KFC at Cargills Square in Jaffna 1
Now KFC at Cargills Square in Jaffna 2
Now KFC at Cargills Square in Jaffna 2
Now KFC at Cargills Square in Jaffna 3
Now KFC at Cargills Square in Jaffna 3
Now KFC at Cargills Square in Jaffna 4
Now KFC at Cargills Square in Jaffna 4
Now KFC at Cargills Square in Jaffna 5
Now KFC at Cargills Square in Jaffna 5

KFC Food Menu for All Outlets including Jaffna (New Outlets)

For Home Delivery Services available at

  • Jawatte
  • Kotahena
  • Majestic City Food Court
  • Negombo
  • Rajagiriya
  • Kandy
  • Kurunegala
  • Marine Drive
  • Nugegoda
  • Ratnapura
  • Katugastota
  • Maharagama
  • Moratuwa
  • Pelawatta
  • Union Place
  • Kiribathgoda
  • Majestic City
  • Mount Lavinia
  • Peradeniya
  • Wattala

 

Food Price
KFC Grilled Chicken
1pc Rs. 275.00
2pcs Rs. 540.00
4Pcs Rs. 1,050.00
6Pcs Rs. 1,550.00
Chicken Strips Rs. 310.00
Chicken Popcorn & Rice Rs. 120.00
Chicken Popcorn Rs. 310.00
Chicken Bucket
8pcs Rs. 1,600.00
12 pcs Rs. 2,300.00
Chicken Buriyani
Regular Rs. 180.00
Large Rs. 280.00
Chocolate Biscuit Pudding Rs. 110.00
Chicken
1pcs Rs. 250.00
2pcs Rs. 480.00
4pcs Rs. 850.00
1 Pepsi or 7up Rs. 100.00
Butter Bun Rs. 40.00
Mango Nectar Rs. 80.00
Onion Sambol Rs. 50.00
Snacker Rs. 180.00
Hot Wings
3pcs Rs. 190.00
 6pcs Rs. 360.00
Hot Drumlets
3pcs Rs. 190.00
 6pcs Rs. 360.00
Chicken Charger
Regular Rs. 150.00
Large Rs. 290.00
Hot Wings Bucket/Box
20pc Rs. 1,100.00
35pcs Rs. 2,000.00
60pcs Rs. 3,340.00
Veggie Burger Rs. 290.00
Twister Rs. 380.00
Zinger Burger Rs. 380.00

 

KFC Dine in Menu for KFC Resultants around the Island

Food Price
KFC Grilled Chicken
1pc Rs. 275.00
2pcs Rs. 540.00
4Pcs Rs. 1,050.00
6Pcs Rs. 1,550.00
Chicken Strips Rs. 310.00
Chicken Popcorn & Rice Rs. 120.00
Chicken Popcorn Rs. 310.00
Chicken Bucket
8pcs Rs. 1,600.00
12 pcs Rs. 2,300.00
Chicken Buriyani
Regular Rs. 180.00
Large Rs. 280.00
Chocolate Biscuit Pudding Rs. 110.00
Chicken
1pcs Rs. 250.00
2pcs Rs. 480.00
4pcs Rs. 850.00
1 Pepsi or 7up Rs. 100.00
Butter Bun Rs. 40.00
Mango Nectar Rs. 80.00
Onion Sambol Rs. 50.00
Snacker Rs. 180.00
Hot Wings
3pcs Rs. 190.00
 6pcs Rs. 360.00
Hot Drumlets
3pcs Rs. 190.00
 6pcs Rs. 360.00
Chicken Charger
Regular Rs. 150.00
Large Rs. 290.00
Hot Wings Bucket/Box
20pc Rs. 1,100.00
35pcs Rs. 2,000.00
60pcs Rs. 3,340.00
Veggie Burger Rs. 290.00
Twister Rs. 380.00
Zinger Burger Rs. 380.00
Colonel’s Fries
Regular Rs. 150.00
Large Rs. 190.00
Soft Ice cream Cone Rs. 40.00
Mini Sundae Rs. 110.00
KFC Super Six Meals
Zinger Meal Rs. 550.00
Veggie Meal Rs. 550.00
Twister Meal Rs. 550.00
Chicken Charger Meal Rs. 550.00
Chicken Strips Meal Rs. 550.00
2pcs Chicken Meal Rs. 550.00
KFC Krushers
Virgin Mojito Rs. 160.00
Black Mojito Rs. 160.00
Strawberry Rs. 160.00
Chocolate Rs. 160.00
Caramel Rs. 160.00

 

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KFC Delivery Menu1
KFC Delivery Menu1
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KFC Delivery Menu2
KFC Dine in  Menu1
KFC Dine in Menu1
KFC Dine in  Menu2
KFC Dine in Menu2