KANDY - Sri Lanka which suffered huge losses in men and material in 2004 Tsunami has announced that there was no threat to Sri Lanka or Colombo from the Tsunami which was triggered in the eastern board of Japan on Friday. When contacted an official of the meteorological department here on Saturday told The Nation that there was no threat to any of the Sri Lankan towns located on the shores and least of all to Colombo where Pakistan is due to play against Australia on March 19 its last match in group A of the 2011 World Cup. Some of the reporters of Pakistani private TV channels touring with the Pakistan cricket team have been hyper sensitive to some unconfirmed reports just to be the first to give the breaking news back home. Be it the so called dope test of Sri Lankan cricket hero Dilshan Tillekratne allegedly testing positive or the affects of Japanese Tsunami which may affect Pakistan- Australia WC match at Colombo, the reporters in an effort to get one better over their colleagues of another channel has reported events without confirming them. Even the Pakistani cricket team officials have been carried away by the urgency of the channel TV reports and commented on issues of which they hardly knew any thing. Pakistan cricket team manager Intikhab Alam was reported to have told a Pakistani TV channel reporter that the wave emerging from the eastern side of Japan after mammoth earthquake may affect his teams match against Australia. Anisuddin Khan