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| Japan to provide emergency relief to drought affected districts |
Daily News Online 2004-03-15 15:00:27
continuing drought conditions.This assistance amounting to US$ 35 681 (approximately Rs. 3.8 million) will be provided through the Sarvodaya Movement which will distribute packs of dry rations to families worse affected by the drought in the districts of Puttalam Hambantota Anuradhapura and Monaragala. The ....
SB dares CBK to renounce immunity
Daily Mirror 2004-03-15 03:01:37
Minister S.B. Dissanayake in an interview with the Daily Mirror yesterday threw an open challenge to President Chandrika Kumaratunga to renounce the immunity clauses in the Executive Presidency so that he could sue her for Rs. 1 billion for the defamatory remarks ....
GMOA to take tougher stand
Daily Mirror 2004-03-15 03:01:38
The GMOA threatened to withdraw from attending to the admissions to the Colombo North Teaching Hospital from noon today as both the Health and Finance Ministries have failed to respond to their demand for a second salary correction positively. The ....
Peace pledge in UPFA manifesto
Daily Mirror 2004-03-12 03:01:19
LTTEBy Poorna Rodrigo and Kasun Yapa Karunaratne The United People s Freedom Alliance manifesto which was ceremonially released yesterday assured that the ceasefire with the LTTE would stand and talks with the LTTE resumed on reasonable conditions. ....
Association of Sri Lankan Professionals formed in London
Daily News Online 2004-03-15 15:00:28
An Association of Sri Lankan Professionals in the United Kingdom was inaugurated in London recently by the High Commissioner Faisz Mustapha when they had their meeting at Prince of Ceylon Restaurant in North West London.The High Commissioner was elected Patron of the Association at this ....
Sirimavo Bandaranaike hospital Rs. 210 m loss in tender award
Daily News Online 2004-03-15 15:00:29
The awarding of the tender for the construction of the Sirimavo Bandaranaike Children s Hospital has resulted in a massive loss of Rs. 210 million to the State coffers Health ministry sources told the Daily News .The National Planning Division of the Treasury has approved the ....
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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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