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  1. Maithripala Senanayake (7 July 1916 – 12 July 1998) was a Sri Lankan politician and Governor of the North-Central province. [1] He first studied at St. Joseph's College, Anuradhapura then at St. John's Jaffna, where he attained a mastery in the Tamil Language and later at Nalanda College Colombo . He entered parliament from Medawachchiya Electorate in 1947 when then Ceylon held its first parliamentary elections.

  2. Maithripala Senanayake was a Sri Lankan politician and Governor of the North-Central province.[1] He first studied at St. Joseph's College, Anuradhapura then at St. John's Jaffna, where he attained a mastery in the Tamil Language and later at Nalanda College Colombo.

  3. Jul 11, 2013 · Maithripala Senanayake was born on July 17, 1916 in Kivulakada, a village in the Anuradhapura district and had his education at St. Joseph's College, Anuradhapura, St. John's College, Jaffna where he mastered Tamil and at Nalanda College, Colombo. Proficient in three languages, Senanayake joined the government service as a cultivation officer in Anuradhapura in June 1941.

  4. www.worldgenweb.org › lkawgw › maithripalasMaithripala Senanayake

    Maithripala Senanayake was born on July 17, 1916 and had his education at St. Joseph’s College Anuradhapura, St. Johns College Jaffna, and Nalanda College Colombo, and joined the Public Service in the Agricultural sector. In 1947, he resigned from the public service appointment and contested for the Medawachchiya Seat.

  5. Jun 30, 2021 · Maithripala Senanayake (7 July 1916 – 12 July 1998) was a Sri Lankan politician and Governor of the North-Central province. He first studied at St. Joseph's College, Anuradhapur

  6. SC Maithripala Senanayake, Governor of the North-Central Province and Another v. Gamage Don Mahindasoma and Others (Amerasinghe, J.) 347 is of little weight, since the sense of a provision should be the samewith or without its punctuation. Punctuation is a device not for makingmeaning, but for making meaning plain.

  7. Mahindasoma v. Senanayake and Another (Gunawardana, J.) 185 CA Constitution and the petitioner found no reason to advice a disso-lution of the said Council, and was not advising a dissolution. The Petitioner received no reply to the said letter (marked P3).Thefirst Respondent, the Governor dissolved the said Council by the saidOrder dated 3.1.1996.