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| CTB to take action against fraud at Werahera |
Daily News Online 2004-07-08 19:35:49
The Central Transport Board (CTB) said it would take legal action against those responsible for fraudulent activities in the Werahera workshop including the disappearance of 143 buses machinery and spare parts worth Rs. 750 million.CTB Deputy Chairman Nihal Perera told a press conference yesterday that ....
Suspect further remanded
Daily News Online 2004-07-08 19:35:53
Former Colombo district UNP MP Lilantha Perera remanded in connection with the alleged possession and sale of galvanised sheets valued over Rs.2 million imported from India to be distributed free among 128 000 poor families was further remanded till July 22 by Colombo Additional Magistrate Gihan Pilapitiya yesterday. ....
Scurrilous cartoon raises ire of Muslims
Daily News Online 2004-07-08 19:35:57
The cartoon which made highly derogatory references to Allah stating Allah says that we must hate America and love terrorism reject and destroy all civilizing influences and must behead the infidels is the worst form of gutter press journalism that one can imagine.This highly offensive cartoon published in Sri Lanka has failed to take ....
President does not expect any change to peace process
Daily News Online 2004-07-07 19:35:15
While regretting the incident after a four year interval in the city (the last being the attack which killed Minister C. V. Gooneratne) the President observed that the peace process fell into a much broader category to be derailed by a mere incident of this nature. Featuring in an interview over ITN the President last night recalled her role in ....
Govt. condemns attempted assassination on Devananda
Daily News Online 2004-07-07 19:35:17
The Government in a communique issued yesterday states: A female suicide bomber detonated an explosive device within the precincts of the Kollupitiya Police Station mid-day on July 7 killing two Police personnel two security assistants injuring another seven Police personnel and three civilians. ....
SC grants permission to three MPs to proceed against SLMC
Daily News Online 2004-07-07 19:35:18
The Supreme Court yesterday granted permission to three Parliamentarians to proceed against the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) in three expulsion cases.The court also allowed the petitioners to publish notices to the respondents in national newspapers in the three languages.The Bench comprised Chief Justice Sarath N. Silva PC and Justices ....
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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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