Monk dies from burn injuries

He set himself on fire outside the Kandy temple to protest against cattle slaughter in Sri Lanka. People in the area used water to douse the flames and he was then admitted to hospital in serious condition.Leading Buddhist monks condemned his actions saying it set a bad example. He had earlier staged a walk from Kattaragama to Colombo to protest against cattle slaughter. A private television station which ran a mini documentary on him soon after he set himself on fire and seemed to have known in advance of his attempt also came under harsh criticism. (Colombo Gazette) The monk who set himself on fire outside the Kandy Temple yesterday succumbed to his injuries late this evening.The Buddhist monk set himself on fire outside the Dalada Maligawa Temple demanding an end to cattle slaughter. The monk is a member of the Sihala Ravaya. Identified as the venerable Bohowatte Indararatna thero, the monk was also a one-time member of the JHU. read more

France LNH Round 6 Paris HC invincible beats Chambery in Savoie

← Previous Story New problems for HSV Hamburg, Blazenko Lackovic injured Next Story → “Dream week” for MKB Veszprem (VIDEO) AbalobasicbojinovicChamberyhansenhonrubiaparisparis hc Paris HC are on good way to justify the invested money in the team in attacting the biggest stars. After beating Montpellier few rounds ago, Paris HC now showed that they are “No. 1” in France, by beating Chambery away. Chambery did not play a bad game, but simply Paris HC proved too strong. At half time took a narrow one-goal lead, in the end to win by four goals, 28-24 for the Parisiens. Honrubia and Bojinovic showed that they are eager for handball after the brief police detention, scoring 9 and 7 goals respectively, followed by Hansen with 6 goals. Chambery’s team top scorer so far was this games’ top scorer as well, Edin Basic contributed with 10 goals. read more