Thursday, December 30, 2004

Hospital contact numbers in Srilanka

People who have lost contact with their relatives or friends because of the Tsunami disaster and want to check the hospitals can contact using the following telephone numbers:

Country Code 94
(If there is a `0' in front please exclude that in international dialing.Example Ampara hospital from overseas can be contacted by dialing 94 63 2222235 )

Ampara Hospital (063)2222235
Batticaloa Hospital (065)2222261
Colombo National Hospital (011)2694731 or (011)2691111
Galle Hospital (091)2232276
Gampaha Hospital (033)2222399
Jaffna Hospital (021)2222833
Kalmunai Hospital (067)2229222
Kalubowila Hospital (011)2822262
Kalutara Hospital (034)2222661
Matara Hospital (041)2222223
Negombo Hospital (031)2222261
Panadura Hospital (038)2232261-2
Trincomalee Hospital (026)2222261
Vavuniya Hospital (024)2222261

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Anonymous said...

Asians Protest at evil Hot 97 Tsunami Song

Asians all over the world have joined with the Asian Community in New York in denouncing the cruel and racist Tsunami Song by Miss Jones and Todd Lynn aired over Hot 97, the hip hop radio station in New York.

Miss Jones who was only given a temporary suspension by Richard Cummings, President of Emmis Radio, is to get her job back in two weeks time. US President George Bush has been urged to take action against Emmis Radio. Cummings has been asked to visit Indonesia and Sri Lanka and see the devastation for himself.

The news of Hot 97's racist tsunami song is filtering through to the tsunami hit countries of Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Thailand, South India. People are incensed at the song which goes beyond human decency. The governments of the tsunami hit region have been urged to take the matter up with the US Government as it insults the deaths of so many tsunami victims. Sri Lanka has lost over 40,000 people in the tsunami according to the latest count.

Asians have joined in the demonstrations in New York supported by New York City Councillors.

Here are the lyrics:


Date aired: Morning of January 18TH-27TH 2005 (multiple airings)
Station call letters: WQHT-New York (Hot 97)
Offending DJs: Miss Jones and Todd Lynn
Offending lyrics:

“There was a time, when the sun was shining bright
So I went down to the beach to catch me a tan
Then the next thing I knew
A wave 20 feet high came and wash your country away
And all at once, you can hear the screaming chinks.
And then no one was save from the wave.
There was Africans drowning, little Chinaman swept away
You can heard god laughing, swim you bitches swim.

So now you're screwed, it's the tsunami,
You better run and kiss your ass awake, go find your mommy
I just saw her float by, a tree right through her head.
And now your children will be sold in child slavery.

(Imitating Micheal Jackson)
"Oh on, please not the kids. I'll pay for all the kids.
all the little Indonesian kid, the little Asian kids, the Chinese kids.
the black, oh well, not the Black kids.
the White kids, the Puerto Rican kids.
I love them all. I'll pay for everything.
I promise I won't touch them."

People all over the world wishing to protest are requested to write to their local American Embassy and to -

Hot 97 WQHT-FM
395 Hudson Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10014
Phone: 212-229-9797
Fax: 212-929-8559

Barry Mayo, General Manager, Hot 97 WQHT-FM
John Dimick, Program Director, Hot 97 WQHT-FM

Emmis Communications
One Emmis Plaza
40 Monument Circle, Suite 700
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone: 317-266-0100
Fax: 317-631-3750

Jeffrey H Smulyan, Chairman and CEO, Emmis Communications

Federal Communications Commission
Enforcement Bureau, Investigations and Hearings Division
445 12th Street, SW
Washington, D.C. 20554
Phone: 1-888-CALL-FCC