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Aries (Mesha)
: Lagnadhipati Mars moving into
Capricorn in the 10th House to attain exaltation on
November 27 when Rahu is powerfully placed in the
Virgo sign in the 6th House bestows much power and
influence on you and the natives engaged in politics
can look forward to high political office if they are in right circumstanc-
es. You have come under the malefic influence of Ashtamaya Shani
Erashtaka when Saturn moved into your 8th House on November
2. However, Jupiter exalted in the 4th House generating beneficial
effects counter its malefic influence to a great extent.
Taurus (Vrushabha):
The Sun conjoining
Lagnadhipati Venus, and Saturn in the inimical sign
of Scorpio in the 7th House foreshadow ill health,
marital problems and threats to your occupation
and reputation. Your skills in the field of arts and
entertainment may bring you fame and high recognition. Brief gain-
ful journeys, happiness from brothers and goodwill and co-operation
from peers and associates are strongly indicated. You will be relieved
of a threat to life when Mars moves into Capricorn in your 9th House
on November 27.
Gemini (Mithuna):
You are fortunate that Cap-
ricorn happens to be your 8th for Mars will attain ex-
altation when it enters it on November 27 to produce
the effects of Sarala Yoga which will protect you and
bring you more wealth. The ongoing period is ideal
for reflection, planning and stock taking rather than going into action.
Jupiter exalted in the 2nd House continue to confer on you wealth and
prosperity. There is a threat to life of your spouse if you are married.
Saturn’s movement to Scorpio will have no adverse effect on you if
your natal Saturn is strong.
Cancer (Kataka):
Adequately compensat-
ing for the setback to position and authority you
suffered following the loss of beneficial influence
of Saturn on his exiting from your 4th House on
November 2, your fame will spread far and wide and your current
position will get reinforced with more power and authority when Mars
moves into your 7th House on November 27 to produce the effects
of Ruchaka Yoga. Jupiter exalted in the 2nd House and Rahu Swak-
shetra in the 3rd House give you an increase in income and gainful
brief journeys.
Leo (Simha):
Poor health of your mother
will cause your concern. Disputes and clashes
with relatives and domestic problems are on the
cards. The period after November 27 is condu-
cive for transactions relating to lands and other
property like vehicles and for educational pursuits. You have to pay
greater attention to health and safety of your children. Rewards for
your skills in the field of mass communications and co-operation and
patronage from peers and associates are in the offing. Jupiter ex-
alted in the 12th House producing the effects of Vimala Yoga gives
you a keen perception, a pragmatic outlook and guides you on the
righteous path.
Virgo (Kanya):
You are likely to become rash,
irrational and headstrong due to a strong Rahu in
the Lagna although he fortifies you with courage,
drive and dynamism. Short-sighted decisions can
lead you to grief. Be on your alert to ward off circum-
stances that can lead to souring your relations with colleagues, asso-
ciates and relatives. You may also have to incur heavy expenses and
devote more time to helping others. Your greatest source of strength
is exalted Jupiter in the 11th House assuring you of fame, popularity
and a steady source of income.
Libra (Thula):
A decline in your fortunes would
follow the exit of Lagnadhipati Venusand Rajayoga-
karaka Saturn from your Lagna. Be on your guard
to prevent possible injury to the right eye and face.
However, Mercury entering the Scorpio sign in your
2nd House as the lord of the 9th House on November 24 to conjoin
Lagnadhipati Venus will redeem your fortunes to a great extent. Mars
due to move into your 4th House on November 27 to achieve exalta-
tion will further shore up your fortunes. Foreign travel for an academic
or business purpose or on an overseas assignment by the state is in
the offing.
Scorpio (Vrushika):
Lagnadhipati Mars moving
into Capricorn in your 3rd House will enhance your
power and influence. This is a very favorable position
for those seeking high political office. However, you are
prone to illness that can emaciate you and sap your
vigor and vitality due to your coming under the influence of Lagna
Shani Erashtaka following Saturn’s entry into your Lagna on Novem-
ber 2. The special aspect of Jupiter over your Lagna and Saturn will
counter the malefic effects to a great extent. Lagnadhipati exalted
Jupiter in the 9th Bhagyasthana protects you from evil forces.
Sagittarius (Dhanu):
You can look forward to
a sharp increase in your income with Mars gain-
ing exaltation in the 2nd House on November 27.
You have come under the phase one of the three
phase - Lagna Shani Erashtaka following Saturn’s
entry into your 12th House on November 2. However, there are sev-
eral factors that mitigate the malefic effect of this Erashtaka. Lagnad-
hipati Jupiter exalted in the 8th House gives you wealth, and protects
your life. Swakshetra Rahu in the 10th Karmasthana confers fame,
political success, gainful foreign travel as well as career success.
Capricorn (Makara):
Mars moving into your
Lagna on November 27 to attain exaltation ending
a period fraught with danger will give a boost to your
personality and bestow a new surge of vigor and dy-
namism on you. Distant journeys, possibly foreign
travel, success in higher education, fame and prosperity are in the
offing with Swakshetra Rahu in the 9th Bhagyasthana. Your favor-
able period continues with Jupiter exalted in the 7th conferring on
you fame, high status, career success, conjugal happiness, gains and
co-operation from business partners.
Aquarius (Kumbha):
Mercury entering your
10th House on November 24 to conjoin Sun, Venus
and Saturn will bring you fame and career success.
You have to brace yourself to preempt or abort at-
tempts at tarnishing your reputation. You are strongly
advised to steer clear of involvements prejudicial to your honor and
status. Gains from partnerships and protection from physical harm
are assured with Swakshetra Rahuin the 8th. Jupiter continuing tran-
sit in the 6th House in exaltation is a great source of strength to you.
Pisces (Meena):
Mars due to gain exaltation
in your 11th House as the lord of the 2nd House
will bring you an increased income. Lagnadhipati
Jupiter casting his special aspect over your Lagna
while being exalted in the 5th House assures you a period of great
success. If you are in Foreign Service, you can look forward to the
posting to a lucrative position overseas. The Ashtamaya Shani
Erashtaka troubling you has ended with Saturn entering your 9th
House on November 2.
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Promoting the next generation of
friends of China is an important need.
We wish to enroll and develop our
youth to appreciate the People’s Repub-
lic of China with a Sri Lankan vision
and a Sri Lankan perspective. As se-
nior friends of China, we should not be
frightened of the youth. When promot-
ing People to People friendship with
China, we consider it’s our noble duty
to welcome the younger generation
with open arms. If we notice any im-
mature or unhealthy tendency among
the youth, the senior generation of
friends of China should be competent
enough to teach and guide the new gen-
eration.”, said Ananda Goonatilleke,
Attorney-at-Law, President of the Sri
Lanka-China Friendship Association
(SLCFA) at the Inaugural Meeting of
Students and Youth Council of the SL-
CFA held at the Auditorium of the “Dr.
N.M.Perera Center”, Colombo 8, last
week. Sumathi Dharmawardena, At-
torney-¬at-Law, General Secretary of
SLCFA explained the Constitutional
Provisions of the Council. Aruna de
Silva, Vice President of SLCFA pre-
sided.
Following Office Bearers and Work-
ing Committee were unanimously
elected. Presidium: Ms. Chalani Kulat-
hunga, Tharindu Suresh Gunathilaka,
Kelum Kodithuwakku. Organizing
Secretary: Thamara Dananjaya Gu-
narathne. Financial Secretary: Thilan
Kularathne. Working
Committee Members: Ms. Dilakshi
Karunarathna, Ms. Pavithra Abeyseka-
ra, Ms. Samanthi Wanninayaka, Sumin-
da Jayanath Lankapura, Guyrika Weer-
asinghe, Ravi Tharanga Bulathsinhala,
Prasad Wijesuriya, Gayan Ban-
dara,
Vihan
Senura
Wanninay-
ake, Namal Gunapala, Imesh Cha-
thuranga,
Danula
Jayarathne,
Madhawa Weerasinghe and Kaween
Randima Silva.
Inauguration of Students and Youth Council
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