Sunday January 16, 2005

New laws to check tsunami crimes
Richest Seven to work out aid for Sri Lanka
US Marines going to Jaffna
East faces cyclone and tidal waves
Prabha to show up for Peterson – LTTE
Be prepared to face quakes: Professor
How 'shadow' areas escaped the fury
Did negligence worsen the world's worst train tragedy?
No tsunami pre-warning from Lanka to Maldives
Govt. allows WFP to visit Kilinochchi
Tsunami crisis in Muslim body
ADB to combine Govt., LTTE reports for aid
People will judge: JVP
Sales down, fisherfolk look for lifeline
UNICEF to probe child recruitment by LTTE
UK’s APPG helping to fish in troubled waters
Fire guts Biyagama factory
World Vision denies JHU allegations, protests to CBK and Premier
UNP aids tsunami child victims
RMV out of licences, issues temporary ones
Not stage-managed, says US diplomat
Govt. needs US $ 1,500 million to resurrect this shattered land
No single authority to coordinate large aid inflow
Financial Times
Foreign investors eye rebuilding contracts
Coastal no-building zone under review
Determination and recovering from scratch
Mobile marketing as emergency measure
Coordinated action needed (Comment)
Tsunami crisis: Winners and losers
WTO says tsunami will not ruin world tourism
Tsunami relief efforts lack co-ordination
Business Club to discuss post-tsunami reconstruction
Necessity, mother of invention (Business@Home)

Though most schools reopened in the aftermath of the tsunami catastrophe, for many students the new term began with a reliving of the agony and horror. At the Payagala Bandaranaike Maha Vidyalaya, the students did not go back to their books but to a religious ceremony in class to remember their colleagues who had been taken away by the giant waves. Adding to the grim scene were the empty chairs and some students who came in coloured clothes because all their school uniforms had been washed away.
Pcby Gemunu Wellage.
Playing politics with tsunami - Political Column
Tiger tsunami on the tarmac  - Situation Report
Wanna tsunami early leaving system? Follow him  - 5th Column
Reconstruction, rehabilitation within cultural framework: WB  - inside the glass house
National re-construction is a belief  - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column
Rebuilding the nation: Whither ground reality  - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Will our governments ever learn? - Thoughts from London
Future development in Sri Lanka - strict priorities needed for environmental protection - Focus on Rights
Most are undamaged
All is fleeting and elusive
How history repeated itself
Putting trains back on track
Evidence points to tectonic activity in Lanka
Power of nature
The lucky adopted Presidential daugter
"Our finest hour" or is it?
Dispensing a vedakama once fit for a queen
Child abuse: Righting the many wrongs
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