Sunday May 2, 2004
Oslo wants UPFA assurance in writing
FM to meet Powell in Washington
CWC to stage token strike over Kandapola killings
JVP damns World Bank funds
LTTEer killed in blast
Devolution along with constitutional reforms - SLMC
UPFA in massive May Day show, but views differ
Lunar eclipse on Poya day
No repeat of UNF's errors: Amunugama
Final decision on UNF bigwigs after Vesak
Fight against poverty also newsworthy: Kofi Annan
First Cabinet briefing upstaged
Rewarding loyalty
SLFP to get new party headquarters
Alliance seeks new economic policy
Post polls not so peaceful
Battle over ballot paper continues
Financial Times
No reckless state spending-PBJ
No petroleum price hike yet
Row over mini-hydropower price
Question mark over fertiliser subsidy
A substantial contribution (Comment)
Private sector major revenue contributor to govt.-CCC
Evaluating the performance of your company
Unravelling the ISO certification riddle
Coke rejects closure rumours
Of communication, 'kaduwa' and dangers of alienation (Random thoughts)
Information Communications Technology
Police sees the blues
Top seed Aussies go down to India
Lipton Cup Regatta
Big boost for Archery Association
Japan player in charge of SLTA's junior development programme
Wheelchair tennis to get push-up
Doosra: ICC vs Scientists
Mahanama makes debut as ICC referee
Dr. Thurai wins Hitachi Golf Classic
'Murali World Record Campaign' in full swing

The JVP's May Day rally yesterday targeted its current enemy - the Buddhist monks of the Jathika Hela Urumaya. JVP cadres carry the symbol of the JHU with front pages of the 'Sporting Star' bookie paper pasted and a Tiger tail attached to it . Pic by Gemunu Wellage.
Government vows to stay and dig in to govern - Political Column
Peace process bogged down in more questions - Situation Report
WW: Remember people have forgotten your past - 5th Column
Parliament and other monkey business - Political Sketchbook
A political culture that makes you throw up - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column
Finance Minister's tough task - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Falling off the edge of doom - Thoughts from London
Malaysia sees unity in diversity - Focus on Rights
Booming guns and vanishing foreign aid - inside the glass house
Lot to learn - Jungle Telegraph
Master of meditation
An act of compassion
The truth of the matter
Unfinished business at Tantrimale
A ‘Fab’ celebration
Hurting inside
A belief in the oneness of man
Letters to the Editor
TV Times
‘Aaratie’ deals with social taboos
Anil, Maria and Sarana on Avurudu tour
Neil’s dramatic entry into cinema
Awaragira for a short release
One more feather for Ira Mediyama
New role for Washington
Mirror Magazine
Stick by stick
Monkey business
Peace through beauty
What book is this?
Funday Times
King Valagamba
Tradition continues: Moonstones in Polonnaruwa
Vesak Vesak Vesak
Vesak – the thrice blessed day



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