Sunday May 30, 2004
Sidelined JVP sounds warning
Standoff: No pity for Prima
Military spokesman, ex-BASL sec. face forgery charges over land deal
Mystery committee remains a mystery
Homeless MPs inconvenienced by squatters
Tax defaulters to be netted back
Top Govt. posts still to be filled
Defence Secy. to brief AG on displaced man’s appeal
Exporters affected by sanctions on Syria
Campaign to oust Hakeem
Dengue spreading in Kandy city limits
Kadir to meet new Indian Premier, Foreign Minister
Making political capital
Dengue week to fight the mosquito menace
'Aloka Pooja' lights up Tantirimale
Price control soon on essential drugs
Gala Bakthi Gee for Poson in Trincomalee
Thambiah killing: Fear psychosis grips the region
Karuna faction vows return and revenge
Historic bridge vandalised
Special Assignment
News in brief
Financial Times
Compensation formula under fire
New Jetwing hotels in Trinco, Koggala, Sigiriya
Tough new audit guidelines
Five star pleasure
Pure logic or just in time!
Delayed bills issue raised at SLT AGM 
HNB says possible hike in interest rates
A tale of two banks
Do away with subsidies for wheat flour imports 
The business as usual policy (Comment)
Say yes before you leap part (II) (Business@Home)
Travails of Sri Lanka's garment workers
Renown shot down on penalty shoot-out
Soldiers hold their punch
CH forwards stomp over Army
In the land of the blind
After Murali where do we go? -Sahabandu
A test match to remember
Lanka minus Murali a financial disaster Down Under?
"Taichi for life" starts at Hotel Taj Sports Centre

World record breaker and champion spinner Muttiah Muralitharan was spinning a web of smiles yesterday at a felicitation ceremony at Janadhipathi Mandiraya when a smiling President Kumaratunga presented him a memento that depicted the sporting hero’s ability to turn the cricket ball on any surface. Pic by Ishara S. Kodikara
JVP learning to be 'evolutionary' - Political Column
Peace talks bogged down in preconditions - Situation Report
Rugby World Cup finals show revealed Johnny - 5th Column
Iraq campaign seen from an interested country - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column
An unsatisfactory agricultural performance - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Commonwealth wilts under US pressure - Thoughts from London
Daring to be a good samaritan - Focus on Rights
Iraq reports: Sorry, we were hoaxed, says NY Times - inside the glass house
Bugs worry Dhanapala - Jungle Telegraph
Light of Poson at Tantirimale
The end of the line
Time to air more views
The toymakers
No place left to take a stand
Quest for Columbus: America’s most wanted
Poson features
Letters to the Editor
TV Times
Sun Set Night Club in full swing
KET on overseas tour
‘Gallefinger’ in love with Lanka
Vasoodhaa: a courageous girl
Nita’s achievements on the Net
‘Kill Bill’ deals with an epic vendetta
‘Aaitha Ezhuthu’: A treat to watch
‘Kouchi’: Authentic Japanese



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