Last Updated : 22-08-2014 03:12

 
 

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“AIM WAS TO BUILD BRIDGES BETWEEN VICTIMISED FAMILIES OF NORTH AND SOUTH”

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There are many versions of the events that took place at the meeting held for families...

Editorial : The colossal omissions of Commissions

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In the spirit of the 1978 Constitution—which unfortunately today is more like a cheque book...

The Elections Chief grapples with legal lacunas

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After the declaration of the Uva Provincial Council election, the legal lacunas, in the present law, have started confronting the Elections Department in...

Beauty therapy at the hands of the unqualified

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Nimal Gamage, a previously little known doctor made headlines last week for all the wrong reasons when a botched cosmetic surgery procedure carried...

EDITORIAL - Two Transport Ministries only add to the mess in the sector

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Lanka Private Bus Owners’ Association (LPBOA) President Gemunu Wijeratne was right when he said recently that there was no need for the country...

‘Executive supplants parliament’

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The Mahajana Eksath Peramuna (MEP) leader, Minister Dinesh Gunawardane, in an interview with the,...

Gaveshana Charika: Its pluses and minuses

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“Gaveshana Charika” literally means ‘investigative tours’. Taken in the literal sense, these investigative tours undertaken by a group of United National Party (UNP) parliamentarians indeed sound very genuine though it is quite obvious to every man and woman on the street that the tagline is......

EDITORIAL - Bouquets for Mahela as he leaves centerstage

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There will be many to praise cricketing legend Mahela Jayawardena’s silky cover drive or the crafty glance as he retired from the test cricket arena with...

‘‘Common Opposition First

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The UNP’s National Youth Front Chairman and Leadership Council member Ruwan Wijewardene has said emphasis should be given towards forming a common opposition to topple the corrupt government........

Controversy over singing ‘Sweety Kella’ : Iraj says teachers and students requested to sing the song

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It was reported that the Parliamentarian Namal Rajapaksa and a popular singer had to face an embarrassing situation when they visited one of the leading schools with the objective of creating awareness among the students regarding the Carlton......

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