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| Sri Lanka poll candidate killed |
BBC Asia 2004-03-01 14:00:54
A minority Tamil candidate is gunned down in the first political killing in the run-up to the April general election.
| Sri Lankan vote campaigns start |
BBC Asia 2004-02-26 14:01:13
The main political parties in Sri Lanka launch their campaigns for April s parliamentary elections.
| ||Popular Articles || |
| No polling in LTTE-occupied areas |
Daily Mirror 2004-03-01 03:01:06
By Sunimalee Dias Elections Commissioner Dayananda Dissanayaka has ruled out the possibility of conducting elections in the LTTE controlled areas at the general elections on April 2. This comes in the wake of requests made by the LTTE to conduct elections ....
| Talks with LTTE sans conditions could lead to war - PM |
Daily Mirror 2004-03-01 03:01:08
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said that UPFA s decision to enter into talks with the LTTE without any conditions will lead the country to another war bloodier that what began in 1994. In 2001 when we decided to talk with the LTTE we initiated the Peace ....
| Police armed with video cameras to fight poll violations |
Daily Mirror 2004-03-01 03:01:09
By Sunil Jayasiri Four special police teams equipped with video cameras have been deployed by the IGP to video the large size cut-outs posters and banners relating to the election campaign throughout the country. Already police video teams are around the country to get first hand information ...
| Bandara surrenders: Police arrest 9 others |
Daily Mirror 2004-03-01 03:01:10
By Senaka De Silva Ex-UNP parliamentarian Ranga Bandara and his supporters who were produced in court over an incident of election violence were released on personal bail of Rs 25 000 each. Of the 135 election related incidents now reported from various parts ....