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Eminent Buddhist monks call for appointment of commission
Daily News Online 2004-03-08 15:00:34
of the late Venerable Gangodawila Soma Thera stated a Media Communique by the Presidential Media Unit yesterday.President s Secretary W. J. S. Karunaratne who accepted the petition promised the Venerable monks that their representations will be referred to the President for attention. The late Ven. Soma Thera was a ....

Village Banks to empower lower income women in Sri Lanka
Daily News Online 2004-03-08 15:00:39
financing is part of a grant of around US$ 900 000 approved in March of last year and administered by the World Bank to empower vulnerable women of lower income groups in the Southern Northern and Eastern provinces of the country.Well-known in Sri Lanka as Janashakthi the Women s ....

Renegade Tamil Tiger fears attack
BBC Asia 2004-03-07 14:00:52
A renegade rebel commander in Sri Lanka accuses the leadership of planning to attack him.


Karuna defies LTTE
Daily Mirror - 2004-03-08 03:00:50

Intern delay causes heartburn
Daily News Online - 2004-03-08 15:00:44

Lanka records Rs. 5.13 b in export income last year
Daily News Online - 2004-03-08 15:00:50

Public can submit proposals for National Women s Rights Bill
Daily News Online - 2004-03-08 15:00:59

Do s and don ts in voting
Daily Mirror - 2004-03-08 03:00:51

Polls Chief considers polling in no-man zones
Daily Mirror - 2004-03-08 03:00:52

Doctors stage token strike
Daily News Online - 2004-03-08 15:01:04

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From International News Sources
Tamil Tigers expel rebel leader
BBC Asia 2004-03-06 03:01:01
Tamil Tiger rebels in northern Sri Lanka expel a renegade commander in what could be a disruptive split.
Q A: Sri Lanka crisis
BBC Asia 2004-03-05 15:00:53
Sri Lanka s shaky peace process is plunged into crisis after a split among Tamil Tiger rebels.

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Interim plea against appointment of Director National Archives refused
Daily News Online 2004-03-08 15:01:08
The Supreme Court yesterday refused to grant the interim relief to stop making any appointments to the post of Director National Archives until the final determination of the Fundamental Rights application filed by one of its assistant directors.The court observed that in terms of the submissions made by the State ....
Mahapola Trust Fund to relaunch Mahapola Lottery
Daily News Online 2004-03-08 15:01:15
This has been made to widen the coverage of its scholarship and to engage in other charitable educational vocational and technical training activities in Sri Lanka the Fund said in a press release yesterday.The Mahapola Lottery was first launched in 1980 with a vision to provide higher education to the large number of poor but talented children ....
Police seize anti-UPFA leaflets
Daily Mirror 2004-03-08 03:00:53
By Kurulu Kariyakarawana More than 20 000 leaflets attacking the SLFP-JVP alliance were yesterday seized when police raided a printing press in Kotahena and arrested it s owner. Police said the posters contained parts of newspaper reports in which top ....
Truce monitors hold urgent talks
Daily Mirror 2004-03-05 03:00:48
Karuna s deputy Ramesh defects? By Sunil Jayasiri The reported split in the LTTE further deepened yesterday when Ramesh the deputy of the Eastern Province Leader Karuna fled to the Wanni with his wife and children yesterday morning. Intelligence reports suggested that several close associates of Deputy Leader ....

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Dame Fortune smiles on seven-year-old Nonariyaz
Daily News Online 2004-03-07 15:00:26
Dame Fortune has smiled on seven-year-old Nonariyaz whose plight was spotlighted on the front page of the Daily News on International Women s Day 2003.The girl lives with her parents and two brothers in a small one room tenement beside the Slave Island rail track. Her father does any odd job ....
Lankan women have played important role in nation building - President
Daily News Online 2004-03-07 15:00:28
throughout the past as well as at present have engaged themselves intensively to shoulder the important task of building the country.The President s message: International Women s Day this year is remembered at an important and decisive moment for the entire generation of women living in Sri ....
Increased electricity generation helps industrial sector growth says Govt spokesman
Daily News Online 2004-03-07 15:00:29
of the Government said quoting Central Bank Statistics.The annual growth rate of the technical production of the country for 2001 was 118.1 while in 2002 and 2003 it had gone up to 120.4 and 126.4.Meanwhile the annual growth rate for industrial production for 2003 was +5.8 up from -0.5 in 2001. ....
UNF vows to block President s move to change the constitution
Daily Mirror 2004-03-05 03:00:49
Amidst repeated claims by President Chandrika Kumaratunga that she was seeking direct approval from the people to change the constitution her main rival the UNF vowed yesterday it would not be part of any unconstitutional exercise to bring about a new Constitution. ....
Give more power and confidence to women and girls - Kofi Annan
Daily News Online 2004-03-07 15:00:32
Women HIV/AIDS stresses the need for positive and concrete changes that will give more power and confidence to women and girls and transform relations between women and men at all levels of society.Today in sub-Saharan Africa more than half of all adults living with ....

Sports
CPRFU decides against proposing WPRFU officials as nominees
The Island - Jan 4th 2004
The Central Province Rugby Football Union (CPRFU) at its Annual General Meeting on Sunday decided against proposing the names of officials from the Western Province Rugby Football Union (WPRFU) when naming their list of nominees as office bearers for the forthcoming AGM of the Sri Lanka Rugby Football Union (SLRFU).

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