Sunday November 28, 2004
Mixed signals from Prabha
TNA lights up parliamentary complex
UNF withdraws peace support
Budget passed
SLT draws debt fresco on Sigiri card
Prabha calls for resumption of peace talks based on ISGA
Technical assistance duplicated
Lean times coming for ad industry?
Expressway detour blocked at Geneva by residents
Controversial book behind clashes in Kattankudy
Financial Times
No more roadshows for Board Of Investment
Hayleys conglomerate to benefit from agriculture tax breaks, expands production of vegetables
Global recognition for Ceylon cinnamon
Rowland PR no longer represents GoldQuest
Whistle blowing policy at Eagle Insurance
Concerns over new tax drive 
Stitching together to combat cheap imports 
Dire need to beat quota rackets
JAAF suggests developing rural areas, more infrastructure 
Murali gets the green light from his surgeon
Arjan has not lost his touch
Stadium set ablaze with Dimitri's flamboyance
The other phase of Chaminda Vaas
Kandy cricket going great guns in Sara Trophy tourney
Are they immune?
Funday Times
King Subha’s rule ends
The country’s oldest Christian church
Little Friends at the Zoo
Vimukthi Ranasinghe slams first ton

As the LTTE commemorated Heroes’ Day yesterday, family members gathered at war cemeteries to remember their loved ones killed in the 20-year war. Our photojournalist Ishara S. Kodikara captured this scene at the Kanakapuram cemetery in Kilinochchi last evening..
Heroes’ week amidst clashes and chaos - Political Column
To say one thing today and deny it later is a basic right - 5th Column
Tamil MPs take their woes to the well - Lobby
Rule of Law and the role of elite - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column
Budget 2005: Will the funds be ready on time? - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Time to stop pampering those Tigers - Thoughts from London 
Name and shame: The no-show game - inside the glass house
A tangled web they weave
The tales they told of Lanka
Lights and life of diversity 
Celebrations can be made easier
Cliché walauwe ethos and matrimony underline Rajjumala
Will you wear a white ribbon?
TV Times
Regency New Year bash for Ebony
Get Sparked this season
Zeema : Entertainment with a different
‘Feedback’ in Dubai
Musically yours with Rupavahini
Mirror Magazine
Work, study or both?
It’s Christmas time in the city
Marital bliss taxed?



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