Sunday September 19, 2004
More price hikes as CoL soars
New York’s classy Waldorf for Presidential entourage
Rs. 150 m. for promoters who did nothing
Another EPDP man killed
Former residents waiting in vain for justice
Preference to Samurdhi recipients for foreign jobs
Lucky after a wait
Short reprieve for 50,000 amnesty seekers?
Lankan judiciary in the dock again over rights violations
Athas case: Hearing put off
UNP to support ID bill
The forbidde food
Anura B's trips: for what and on whose account?
Financial Times
DSI group plans overseas units
Treasury to pay CPC subsidies
New laws covering bank directors
GoldQuest transactions slowing down
Tourism: No sense of direction (Comment)
Top Singapore developers eye Colombo
Jetwing's Rs. 675 mln investment plan as tourism takes off 
Sri Lanka’s leasing industry expects Rs.55 billion turnover
Sri Lanka apparel mission to North Carolina 
Coconut products with a difference
Team spirit for business and politics
Top Sri Lankan develops thread-less sewing machines
Hurricane Flintoff sends Lanka packing
De Silva crowns Mahagastota celebrations
A new breed of gems from Ratnapura
Chilaw Marians not the boy next door anymore
David Evans wins Free Lanka Trophy
Mahagastota Hill climb rolls on today
Aussies keep on ticking
Lanka's mystery handball team a headache for the French
Funday Times
King Mahasilu Mahatissa
Where the legislators met for 52 years
Kids at play

A JVP delegation was in China recently to attend the third international conference of political parties in Asia. JVP leader Somawansa Amarasinghe and MP Nandana Gunatillake represented the party. Mr. Amarasinghe is seen here being welcomed by Chinese President Hu Jintao who is also the General Secretary of the Communist Party.
More and more and more - Political Column
New rule triggers major shake-up in the army - Situation Report
JR knew when to go, will the other know?- 5th Column
Won’t give up - Jungle Telegraph
Putting Putin, Warne and Bush together - a truth-salad - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column
Is Sri Lanka's garment industry under threat? - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
C'wealth left with egg on its face - Thoughts from London
Holding the state accountable beyond its shores - Focus on Rights
When little Lanka roared in defence of UN - inside the glass house
Lured by the fag
Shelter and solace, but for how long?
Making a case for books 
The grease yaka goes through the
More than a day's love and care
Neither peace nor peace of mind
Helping underprivileged youngsters
Transported to a different plane by the flow of words and pictures
Cutting out fine fashion
Gilgit, Baltit and Sost
Letters to the Editor
Mirror Magazine
Experience the ‘Rag’
A juicy treat
Twist to the hip hop beat
For a better tomorrow
Doubling up
TV Times
Chandani and Chaminda at top gear
First Bombay movie at Majestic Cinema
‘Gini Kirilli released’
‘Sisila Ima’: Tale of a woman
‘Sasara Ivuru’: Story of an innocent
DJ Lucas at the Library birthday bash
Tastes of Indonesia at ‘Bali’



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