- 1 Who is the head of the province?
- 2 Who controls north eastern part of Sri Lanka?
- 3 Who is governor of Kerala?
- 4 What language is Sri Lanka?
- 5 What are the 9 provinces in Sri Lanka?
- 6 Who came to Sri Lanka first Tamils or Sinhalese?
- 7 Who are the majority in North East Sri Lanka?
- 8 What is the capital of Sri Lanka?
- 9 Who is prime minister of India?
Who is the head of the province?
The governor is the representative of the president in their province and is the ceremonial head of the province whereas the chief minister is the head of the provincial government. The governor exercises powers similar to the president’s, in their respective province.
Who controls north eastern part of Sri Lanka?
The Indo-Lanka Accord signed on 29 July 1987 required the Sri Lankan government to devolve powers to the provinces and, in the interim, to merge the Northern and Eastern provinces into one administrative unit.
Who is governor of Kerala?
Salary. The president would receive a monthly salary (as of 2016) of LKR 97,500 (≈ $ 636.7) paid from the consolidated fund.
What language is Sri Lanka?
Under Article 18 of the constitution, as amended by the 13th Amendment in 1987, “the official language of Sri Lanka is Sinhala (Article 18.1), while “Tamil shall also be an official language” (Article 18.2).
What are the 9 provinces in Sri Lanka?
Currently there are nine provinces.
- Western Province.
- Central Province.
- Southern Province.
- Uva Province.
- Sabaragamuwa Province.
- North Western Province.
- North Central Province.
- Nothern Province.
Who came to Sri Lanka first Tamils or Sinhalese?
The Sinhalese are allegedly the descendants of the Aryan Prince Vijaya, from India, and his 700 followers; they came to Sri Lanka about 485 B.C.E., chased from their homes for their marauding activities. Tamils fall into two groups: Sri Lankan and Indian.
Who are the majority in North East Sri Lanka?
The majority of the population are Sri Lankan Tamil, with a minority Sri Lankan Moor and Sinhalese population. The population of the province, like that of the Eastern Province, was heavily affected by the civil war. The war killed an estimated 100,000 people.
What is the capital of Sri Lanka?
Colombo, city, executive and judicial capital of Sri Lanka. (Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, a Colombo suburb, is the legislative capital.) Situated on the west coast of the island, just south of the Kelani River, Colombo is a principal port of the Indian Ocean. 6
Who is prime minister of India?
The Prime Minister shall be appointed by the President and the other Ministers shall be appointed by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister.