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| Oslo won #8217;t intervene in LTTE crisis |
Daily Mirror 2004-03-11 03:01:02
Norwegian peace envoy Erik Solheim yesterday said his country would not interfere in the internal affairs of the LTTE while a spokesman for the rebel Karuna faction reiterated they were no longer bound by the ceasefire agreement. Mr. Solhiem and Norwegian Ambassador Hans Brattskar were also scheduled ....
Doctors strike continues
Daily News Online 2004-03-12 15:00:25
The Government Medical Officers Association (GMOA) at their general assembly yesterday decided to continue their strike despite Finance Minister K.N. Choksy s written assurance to solve their salary anomaly within eight weeks of the new Parliament meeting.Association President Kumar Weerasekera told a media briefing ....
UNF seeks Alliance stand on present Eastern imbroglio
Daily Mirror 2004-03-11 03:01:03
By Ranga Sirilal The UNF yesterday challenged the SLFP and JVP to outline their stands on the present tension in the East since it was vitally important for the people as President Chandrika Kumaratunga and Somawansa Amarasinghe seem to hold contradictory views on the issue. ....
Daily News Online 2004-03-12 15:00:26
The Sri Vijayasramaya temple of Bandaranaikepura Rajagiriya was bulldozed and razed to the ground by a group of persons Thursday night bringing the entire neighbourhood to a state of shock and alarm.The Incumbent Priest threatened by intruders fled the premises in fear and was reported missing. A valuable Buddha Statue that belonged to the ....
Health Ministry fails GMOA goes on strike today
Daily Mirror 2004-03-11 03:01:05
The Government Medical Officers Association (GMOA) will launch an indefinite island wide strike from today as Health Ministry officials have failed to meet the deadline in releasing the Treasury report to them or to the Cabinet yesterday. GMOA media spokesperson Dr. Channa Perera said they have no option but ....
Abuse of public resources during polls campaign
Daily Mirror 2004-03-11 03:01:06
vehicles are being used for UNF campaigns a survey conducted by the Programme for Protection of Public Resources (PPPR) has revealed. Although the sample survey did not cover the ITN prima facie material available have established that it too falls into the same category q ....
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| Sri Lankan skipper angry |
BBC Sports - March 12th 2004
Sri Lankan captain Hashan Tillakaratne pulled no punches as he tore into his side after their 197-run defeat by Australia in Galle.'I totally blame the batting for not saving this Test match,' he commented.'You can survive on this track but we were so casual in our approach and gave it to them on a platter.'
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