The Garb of Innocence: The ladies in waiting wear The senior male had asked the fresher why she was clad in a tight pair of denim jeans, and advised her to come next day "wearing a gauma frock in the traditional Sinhala manner". The reply was swift and sarcastic: Gauma is not Sinhalese; it's Portuguese. Then I should wear the osariya Kandyan saree or perhaps redda-haetta cloth and jacket.
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Picture is for representational purpose only. Sports Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage asked Sri Lanka Cricket SLC board to appoint an investigative committee, led by a retired female judge, to probe into allegations that officials in women's cricket administration demanded sexual bribes in return for places in the national team. The sex scandal had rocked Sri Lankan cricket after recent media reports claimed that women cricketers allegedly complained of demands from certain selectors to be "satisfied" if they wanted a spot in the team.
Sex bribe scandal rocks Sri Lankan women's cricket May 22, Sri Lanka Cricket, the controlling body for the island nation's most popular sport, ordered an investigation in November after reports emerged alleging officials had asked female cricketers for sex in exchange for being on the team. A three-member committee, headed by retired Supreme Court judge Nimal Dissanayake, submitted its findings in a report to the sport's ministry on Wednesday. Local media reports in late October quoted an unnamed senior female cricketer, who claimed that team management and officials selecting players had asked women cricketers to have sex with them if they wanted to make the team. The allegations, which first appeared in the Sinhala-language newspaper Divaina, said the senior player was dropped from the squad after she refused to perform sexual favours.