Sunday September 5, 2004
Thonda on business tryst in Hyderabad
New tax amnesty limited to income tax
Lanka condemns Russian massacre as despicable
Who cast out the controversial stone?
President: Consensus before talks
No more war, CBK ready for ISGA first
CWE asks Kamal to return its building
Tigers sideline Sampanthan
Notice on Cabinet and Prabhakaran
One-sided showsJVP roars against broken promises
Residents seek sympathy – not tee
Ratwatte condemns CPC privatisation
In the grip of the greased prowler
No proof against LTTE, says SLMM
Lankan leads jumbo study group
A new beginning for UNP tomorrow
UN slams Govt. for harassing editor
Bill debate on hold, IDs for all within a year
Organised group behind forged dollars notes?
Police Commission Chief breathes fire on modern day ‘Yama Rajjuruwo’
Lanka a model in reproductive health
Financial Times
OPEC funds to retire public debt
Financial institutions rating to be made compulsory
Bicycles soon for all Sri Lankans
GoldQuest customer told no point in filing police complaint
SLT wins top rating despite billing problems
Ceypetco's future unclear (Comment) 
The burgeoning Indian outbound market (Tourism) 
Haycarb profits recover, drought may hit future earnings
Where to Sri Lanka? (Random thoughts) 
The potential of Bamboo in Dendro power generation (Features)
Macroeconomic factors will not weaken banks in Asia
World famous Raleigh bicycles made in Lanka
Commercial Bank raises US$ 35mln syndicated loan via SCB
High literacy rate highlights skills imbalance
Information Comunications Technology
Confident Lankans looking for new horizons
Aussie women still too strong
Asian Motor Racing Club inaugural meet today
Kwon walks away with US$ 10,000
Gearing up for the season ahead
The 'kings' of school rugby
Ladies meet Musaeus in Inaugural Regatta
English girl of Lankan parents for Karate World Cup
Cricket, umpires and hawk-eyed machines
Jackie Dias wins Dialog GSM Trophy
In the interest of rugby CR and FC will scrum down

Just bare, bearing nothing: A concrete structure stripped of its name plate bears testimony to the confusion and controversy surrounding the laying of the foundation stone on Thursday for the new SLFP headquarters at Battaramulla. Inset: Premier Rajapakse unveiling the plaque. Pix by Gemunu Wellage and Ishara S Kodikara.
People power, a thorn in LTTE - Political Column
Suresh’s outraged wife reveals LTTE secrets - Situation Report
Effect of CoL rise on common man - 5th Column
From drought to deluge - Jungle Telegraph
Political transitions and the national character - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column
Should the rise in fuel prices be passed on to the consumer? - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Duplicitous Norway lies exposed - Thoughts from London
Holding the state accountable beyond its shores - Focus on Rights
Money for might but not for poverty! - inside the glass house
The pride of Peshawar
The stink behind the plush
A man and his passion for reform 
Travails of shooting the sad tale of the ‘searchers’
Visidunu Studies - a laudable venture (Kala Korner)
Remembering a fearless leader
Here it comes!
A painful end to Milroy’s act of folly and bravado
Men too can seek refuge at Sanctuary
Letters to the Editor
TV Times
‘Cross Section’ ready to take the season by storm
Chaya Sanjeewani on the road to fame
Justin creates computer music
‘Jeewithayata Idadenna’ : Love, smiles and tears
Jeewan in action after 5 years
Malaka excels with short films
Sudath swims against the tide to London
Gary Ellis’ new song a hit Down Under Lankan Heroes
Sneak preview of the movies of September
Funday Times
King Valagamba turns a rock into a place of worship
The fast and the furious
An interview with a child star
Mirror Magazine
Free my soul
Rag takes centre stage
Productive vacations
The beauty ofmehendi
One too many




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