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Prasanna Hettiarachchi, founder/Chairman of Saaraketha, had this to say about the market: The Good Market bears testimony to a society that is evolving to embrace a greater awareness of the circle of life, a greater sense of inclusivity and understanding, on the choices we make and the impacts they have.

The Good Market is a weekly festival of natural foods, local art and crafts, and live entertainment, and is a curated event that highlights Sri Lankan products and services that are good for our health, our communities, and our environment.

Farmers, producer groups, and social enterprises throughout Sri Lanka have developed good and innovative products but they often find it difficult to market these products domestically.

Selyn Handlooms, Kurunegala, Sri Lankas only fair-trade certified handlooms company, is one of the key vendors at The Good Market.

He thanked Secretary Defence and Urban Development Gotabhaya Rajapaksa for initiating the project with World Bank funds and said the lawn would be raised by one foot and the grass replanted. This land given to Larson & Turbo (L&T) Company to build a Mixed Luxury Apartment and Commercial Space Building Called Diamond Tower of Colombo. There Yellow Colour Broad is written Larson & Turbo (L&T) Partnership with NHDA.

A notable feature of the programme is creating a green area which is attractive to the eye while controlling the floods. p=6846 I saw this on news and it looks awesome The Government spends large sums of money for the beautification of Colombo city and creating a conducive environment for the people, Defence and Urban Development Ministry Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa said.

Gotabhaya Rajapaksa He was attending a discussion with residents regarding the re-development project being carried out by the Urban Development Authority (UDA) through Indias TATA Housing Development Company Limited on eight acres of land in the Slave Island, at the Sri Lanka Exhibition and Convention Centre yesterday.

It was jointly constructed by the Urban Development Authority and Low lying Areas Reclamation and Development Board while the Navy and the Civil Defence Force assisted.