Sunday September 12, 2004
CPC going private despite JVP protest
Keep children out of PTA, says UNICEF
JVP puffs for ‘illegal’ white beedi
EPDP man killed
Party plaque back with police guard
Family in trishaw killed in van-bus crash
Mobile phone charger rings a fire alarm
Lanka wants Hollywood Buddha film banned
Director says sorry, vows to make amends
No brakes for bus fares
Tusker continues rampage
GMOA wants fight against mosquitos coordinated
Passport to pandemonium
Whither the wewas?
FM asks Japanese investors to tap Indo-Lanka FTA
Proposal to ban cattle slaughter
Grade I entrants on school notice boards
  Opposition to chair committees
  Shell Gas, Laugfs going up further
  Pay hike for judges
  Is ban on Sunday tuition classes necessary or practical?
  Sterner action if no settlement reached soon, warn MLTs
  JHU wants Buddhism as ‘State Religion’
  TISL report to Speaker focuses on nepotism
  Too many cooks could put estate workers in a soup: CWC
Financial Times
Peace deadlock delays aid
Deposit insurance scheme for banks
Inland Revenue to go after tax dodgers
Rush for SriLankan's holiday packages, discounted tickets
Conspiracy to defraud Lankan authorities, says Customs
Regulators and image problems (Comment) 
Gloomy outlook for economy 
To park or not to park? That is the question
UPFA begins receiving budget proposals 
Ceylon Biscuits in Rs 1 bln expansion project
Book pirates slowly creep into Sri Lankan publishing industry
Dare to be Different (Business@Home)
Looking at the performance of Sri Lankan blue chips
Confident Lankans get busy fine tuning
Thailand too hot to handle
They set the track ablaze
WP retain President's Trophy
Fancied sides take a plunge in premier league one day cricket
Aussie women's cricket on firm footing - Stainer
Opatha to head Fingara Cricket Academy
ICC overlooks Murali for drug taker Shane
Keep on moving

Sri Lanka which boasted one of the finest university systems in all of Asia once upon a time now boasts of two universities -- the open univeristy and the closed universities. The Sri Jayawardenapura Univeristy non-academic staff are seen here engaged in activity related to the ongoing strike. Pic by Gemunu Wellage.
Alice in wanderingland - Political Column
Who attacked the Tiger post? - Situation Report
Whose face did the missing plaque miss - 5th Column
Security for NSB - Jungle Telegraph
HA! What happened to our grand ole' party? - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column
Inevitable choice: rice imports - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Thonda's thottam: What price politics? - Thoughts from London
Holding the state accountable beyond its shores - Focus on Rights
UN peacekeeping: Annan faced with western snub - inside the glass house
Rising COL:Lot of noise but few solutions - Lobby
Pers’s passion for art
Giving them a fair chance
JR’s battered briefcase and what he brought from Japan 
Finding their niche in society
When Ananda sheltered boys and girls
Kala Korner by Dee CeeRemembering old friends  (Kala Korner)
Together again
Lankan voice in Oxford choir
Artefacts from mystical lands
When the best of S.T.C turned rowdy
Letters to the Editor
TV Times
Fukoka screens ‘Sakman Maluwa’
‘Wind’ blows away Benette
Life of the ‘Poor little rich girl’
BBH:Grand ole lady of Negombo
Mirror Magazine
When you want it most
R&J: beyond a play
Wade through the darkness
Life with SMS
More than kids’ work
Quality and excellence
Funday Times
The Demise of King Valagamba
The clock tower – a landmark in Fort
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