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| LTTE warns of possible war |
Daily Mirror 2004-03-25 03:01:25
By Thushara Gunaratne and Upul Joseph Fernando The LTTE may be pushed to a war again if the new government that will be formed after the April 2 general election attempts to change the peace process by imposing new conditions. In the the course of an interview LTTE political wing Leader S.P Thamilselvan ....
Problem of admission to good schools will be addressed Zuhair tells Muslims
Daily News Online 2004-03-28 19:00:38
Every effort will be made to address this problem and find solutions said M.M. Zuhair P.C. National List candidate of the Freedom Alliance.Addressing a meeting organised by the Muslim Study Circle at Ranmuthu Hotel on Thursday he said. National Amity Colleges is a proposal mooted by President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga in 1999 to be established ....
Another warning to state media but CA unlikely
Daily Mirror 2004-03-24 03:02:20
By Sunimalee Dias With only a few days left for the general elections campaign Elections Commissioner Dayananda Dissanayaka yesterday gave a final warning to the state media that he would take what he called the next step if they did not comply with his guidelines for fair ....
Colombo Plan DAP designed training manual to mobilise youth
Daily News Online 2004-03-28 19:00:41
escalating adding to the large numbers of delinquency and related social problems.In line with the Colombo Plan s objectives in addressing the needs of its member countries the Drug Advisory Programme (DAP) being in the forefront in combating the drug problem has been implementing initiatives ....
Kelanitissa inferno: Charges of sabotage
Daily Mirror 2004-03-24 03:02:21
By Munza Mushtaq The fire at the privately run thermal power generator at Kelanitissa was an act of sabotage committed by anti-government elements with political motives top CEB officials charged yesterday. They alleged that the saboteurs were apparently linked to the trade union ....
Police transfers suspended
Daily Mirror 2004-03-24 03:02:22
notice except on occasions when the commission considered it a dire necessity or as a disciplinary measure. The commission and the IGP in a joint communiqu eacute; said this decision would be strictly implemented. Recently several complaints ....
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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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