Sunday February 15, 2004
Kadirgamar, state media chiefs differ
35 broke ex-MPs ask for loans to re-contest
Dissolution or disillusion?
Resign before contesting
JVP swallows ‘manape’ pill
SLMM settles row with Navy
Demoted (Odds and Ends)
Tyronne on National List; GL, Marapana asked to contest
Sri Lanka aid talks in Washington as scheduled
Family complains of airline ill-treatment
Allegations and counter allegations
Sihala Urumaya to go solo
Anamaduwa to set example
Need for upright candidates, says OPA
Signs of a violent election
Half a million more voters
Fresh polls, if election is rigged, warns Polls Chief
News in brief
Financial Times
Elections - toll on the people?
Call to cut funds for parties
Printing firms in for a bonanza, wary of ministers
Former Bangladeshi president Ershad stopped en route to Colombo for celebrations
Claremont Vs. Sampath
SriLankan's flying taxi service spreads its wings
Polls and fiscal responsibility (Comment)
Don't we deserve what we get? (Random thoughts)
Despite the odds Aussies will rise says Gilchrist
Ganguly target of Aussie sledging
SLC takes legal action on 'fake' sponsor
Aussies arrive; face the heat
Wesley seventh wkt. pair thwarts Royal
Sri Lanka on show today
The Halangoda - Richards centenary match
Provincial tourney a big success
Jackie wins Menik memorial trophy
'Blues' 125th anniversary Carnival: mainly for re-development

With the country facing its third Parliamentary election in four years and each election costing more than Rs. 600 million, the Elections Commissioner's Department is seen employing prisoners to help it prepare for the April 2 polls in a bid to keep the expenditure low. Pic by Lakshman Gunatillake
The gears are still stuck in this polls campaign - Political Column
Truce survives dissolution - Situation Report
Satellite kept everyone guessing till D-day - 5th Column
Now let us all get onto the real issue - Political Sketchbook
No leaders, no PC and general election in a day - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column
Diminishing prospects of higher economic growth this year - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
And now a Hoon done it - Thoughts from London
The governors and the governed - Focus on Rights
The heavy price paid for incorrect intelligence - inside the glass house
Knowledge of the basics - Jungle Telegraph
Our tradition, their talent
Death dive into the sea
'Hunuwataya' back with a bang (Kala Morner)
Letters to the Editor
TV Times
Bouncing Big in Hawaii
Sherman : Singing chef
3 decades of music for ‘Raj & the Pioneers’
Wekande Walawwa show delayed
Prasannajith’s impressive role in America
‘Bora Diya Pokun’ shines in the Netherlands
‘Prakampana’: Clash of human emotions
Sanjeewa: An innovative dancer
Mirror Magazine
Bryan Adams fever
Straight from the heart
A night on cloud number 9
Privacy on the Internet
Funday Times
Jayasena fights Gothaimbara
Scholar, politician leads the way
Capturing Sri Lanka’s natural beauty



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