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| Bourse continues upward trend |
Daily News Online 2004-11-13 23:29:34
The ASPI moved up from 1475.7 points to 1478.5 while the MPI appreciated from 2079.9 points to 2089.3 points.A total turnover of Rs. 361.3 million was recorded. The healthcare sector accounted for 77 of the total turnover of Rs. 361.3 million and 68 of the total share volume of 17.8 million shares. A total of 2 196 ....
Bangladesh Foreign Minister visits Sri Lanka
Daily News Online 2004-11-13 23:29:37
Khan handed over letters of invitation to President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga and Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar to attend the 13th SAARC Summit scheduled for January 9-11 2005 in Dhaka.According to SAARC practice the incoming Chairperson of SAARC visits SAARC capitals to invite the Heads of State or Government to attend the ....
US funds police anti-narcotics training program
Daily News Online 2004-11-13 23:29:39
The training program begin in March 2004 with basic criminal investigative and narcotics interdiction techniques courses for the Sri Lanka Police Narcotics Bureau (PNB) the Embassy of the United States of America said in a release.In conjunction with the PNB this latest round of training reached out ....
16 injured in Puttalam bus stop clash
Daily News Online 2004-11-13 23:29:41
A clash at the main Puttalam bus stand between CTB and private bus workers yesterday left 16 seriously injured when police fired rubber bullets to disperse the mob.The injured 14 CTB and two private bus crew members were admitted to Puttalam Hospital following the incident which took place around 3.30 p.m. ....
President to attend first World Buddhist Sangha Youth Conference
Daily News Online 2004-11-05 15:40:14
President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga who is visiting Buddha Gaya on Sunday on pilgrimage to the Sri Maha Bodhi Temple will also attend the First Conference of the World Buddhist Sangha Youth to be held at the Maha Bodhi Society of India Centre Buddha Gaya.Over 300 young monks from different sects of Buddhism and from ....
Buddhist conference at Lumbini
Daily News Online 2004-11-05 15:40:16
organisers said on Friday.They said the three-day World Buddhist Summit starting on November 30 will seek international cooperation and support to develop the tiny dusty village of Lumbini as a centre of world peace and Buddhist studies. We want to make the teachings of Lord Buddha meaningful in ....
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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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