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Sri Lanka Amarapura Maha Sangha Sabha impartial
Daily News Online 2004-03-10 19:00:24
Boyegama Wimalasiri Maha Thera together with the Most Venerable Maha Nayakas of the sector and the secretaries of the Maha Sangha Sabha and other Venerable representatives after lengthy deliberations decided unanimously to issue the following statement regarding the issue of contesting Parliamentary elections by Venerable Buddhist Monks. ....

Katubedda Engineering faculty closed temporarily
Daily News Online 2004-03-10 19:00:28
the same could be continued at least till end of March the Engineering Faculty Students Union have made a request to temporarily close the Faculty because the water quality and quantity in the vicinity in the lodging houses are not acceptable to them states a press release issued ....

Tamil Tigers preparing for war
BBC Asia 2004-03-09 14:01:04
Sri Lanka s rebel leader was getting ready for a potential resumption of hostilities a breakaway commander tells the BBC.

Journalists trained on election reporting
Daily News Online - 2004-03-10 19:00:32

Dhammika Ranatunga gives evidence in Thilanga Sumathipala case
Daily News Online - 2004-03-10 19:00:36

Fast unto death threat by CWE employees
Daily News Online - 2004-03-10 19:00:41

Karuna rules out war claims Prabha preparing for war
Daily Mirror - 2004-03-10 03:00:43

Dog bites cop bullet kills woman
Daily News Online - 2004-03-10 19:00:44

Plea to doctors: Be patient
Daily Mirror - 2004-03-10 03:00:44

UPFA peace plans tomorrow: CBK
Daily Mirror - 2004-03-10 03:00:45

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Tamil rebel rejects amnesty offer
BBC Asia 2004-03-09 03:01:09
A renegade Tamil Tiger rebel in Sri Lanka turns down an offer of amnesty by the group s leadership.
Tamil Tigers try to close ranks
BBC Asia 2004-03-08 14:01:42
Tamil rebels in Sri Lanka offer an amnesty to a renegade commander whose actions have sparked an unprecedented internal revolt.

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An AGM with a difference
Daily News Online 2004-03-10 19:00:47
founder of the Sarvodaya Movement.The official business of the meeting was preceded by three hours of discussion on leadership action required in ensuring a free and fair election devoid of violence. Village level people led initiatives that enhance the living standards of the community following the completion of ....
Kariyawasam elected to head UN Committee on migrant workers
Daily News Online 2004-03-10 19:00:53
Kariyawasam is one of the most successful diplomats Sri Lanka has produced.The Committee at its first session urged more countries to ratify the treaty in order to extend protection for large number of workers moving across borders to work.A UN press release said: We are pleased with this first session as it allowed for a ....
Further division in LTTE imminent - Somawansa Amarasinghe
Daily News Online 2004-03-09 19:00:26
The LTTE which forced the Tamil community to treat Prabhakaran as their Sun God has now become the traitor of the Tamil community in the East he said.Therefore it is the duty of all forces who are firmly dedicated to establish democracy and equality to turn this reasonable voice into the ....
Karuna defies LTTE
Daily Mirror 2004-03-08 03:00:50
By Sunimalee Dias Sounding defiant and dismissing the charges levelled against him V. Muralitharan alias Karuna yesterday asserted that there was no sense in the LTTE decision to remove him from his post of LTTE Eastern Commander. LTTE Political Wing Leader S.P. Thamilchelvan sharing a light moment ....

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Resolve salary anomalies
Daily News Online 2004-03-09 19:00:27
The public sector trade unions will resort to trade union action from March 12 demanding the government resolve salary anomalies in state sector institutions.The Public Sector Trade Union committee yesterday said they will stage a picketing campaign opposite the Public Administration Ministry on March ....
Do s and don ts in voting
Daily Mirror 2004-03-08 03:00:51
31 1999. According to the act a person has only one vote and can register for voting in one district only. Destroying or forging nomination papers and giving a forged nomination paper to a returning officer are offences relating to nomination papers. ....
Polls Chief considers polling in no-man zones
Daily Mirror 2004-03-08 03:00:52
The Elections department is once more studying whether it is advisable to have polling booths in no man s land in the North-East an official said yesterday. The Commissioner it is reported had earlier decided to have polling booths at entry points to the no man #8217;s areas since landmines ....
Court of Appeal issues stay order on Lands Minister Rajitha Senaratne
Daily News Online 2004-03-09 19:00:28
The Court of Appeal yesterday issued a stay order against the Minister of Lands Rajitha Senaratne restraining him from acquiring the petitioners lands to widen the road network in Gampaha District under the Gampaha Town Development Project. The order is operative till March 23 2004.The case came up before Justice K. Siripavan. In this case the ....
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 ....

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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