Sunday February 13, 2005

Army sentry points attacked in day of hartal, high drama
LTTE helicopter request turned down
Mosquito winning dengue war
Defy 100-meter ban, Ranil tells tsunami victims
Govt. to import building material
Water bills up
Dirty hand in the sand
Arugam Bay rescue: Bandula Gunawardene tells his story
Specs from US for tsunami victims
Aussie task force to build new houses
A disappointed man
‘Ineligible’ children hauled away
Commonwealth ministers rap President Musharraf
New SC judge wants justice in judicial appointments
CPC-Bharat deal: Minister says yes and no
After the tests, fate of ‘Baby 81’ couriered to Kalmunai Magistrate
‘We have been hit by another tsunami’
Anura faces party tsunami
CAA to issue safety notice
Desmond says why he is coming forward
Patients get priority in new national drug policy
Financial Times
Commercial Bank venturing into India
Jap aid for power projects, debt relief frees $500m - Amunugama
Coconut mite threat grows despite control efforts
Strike at LWL, good sales seen from rebuilding boom
Lankem expands colour studios
Steady tariff policy needed (Comment)
Bring in professionals, Lankan expatriates
LIOC in second phase of Trinco oil tank farm upgrade
Sri Lanka getting winter gear, useless goods
HNB launches ‘one-pass system’ on cheques
US Media Campaign to Boost Post-Tsunami Tourism
Need for more coordination on reconstruction
Importance of strategy for shareholder value
NSB to attract "informal" remittances
Indian banks urged to merge
Election campaign SMS wins plaudits for Lankan IT firm
Tax changes create problems for private tea factories
Pramuka depositors slap damages claim on CB and others
Foreign volunteers, tourists help at makeshift relief centre
Making life meaningful to coir spinners
International capital flows and the economy
Ananda crush hapless St.Benedict’s by innings
Nepal opens tour with a bang
Wheelchair tennis youth programme launched
All coaches must work for the betterment of the game -Grant
Army Development Rugby tournament
The way the cookie crumbles
Samarasinghe's magical Holes-in-One at Ridgeways
'Sri Lanka is a very special place to me' - Warne
The heat is on....

LTTE Political Wing Leader S. P. Thamilselvan sits in a sombre mood at the funeral ceremony of his colleague, Kaushalyan, the political head for Batticaloa-Ampara districts. He was killed in an ambush reportedly by the rival Karuna faction and the burial took place in the "Maveerar (great heroes) cemetery in Thandiyadi, Batticaloa. A guerilla cadre armed with a Kalashnikov assault rifle/grenade launcher guards him. However, Mr. Thamilsilvan's own personal bodyguard (in civies and standing behind) gave orders to others every now and then. Pic by Lakshman Gunathilake..
Angry JVP will only talk to CBK - Political Column
Everything is fair, in the name of tsunami  - 5th Column 
Torture, a weapon too dangerous to be sexy - inside the glass house
Mystery missiles in Tiger airstrip area - Situationa Report
Reviving the poorest hit hardest by tsunami - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
UN gaffe or official's misreading? - Thoughts from London
Chicken faeces and contempt of court; where are the lines drawn? - Focus on Rights
Our backyard is not for alien landings - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column 
Politics of co-habitation recedes with the waves - Lobby 
Debris the dimping disaster
Face that launched a sea of sympathy
Where has the patriotic song gone? (Kala Korner)
Regi Siriwardena: Unfashionable greatness
Give protection to whistle-blowers
Make Lanka a ‘Highway Code nation’
Something old, something new, here comes Confetti
Titillating the senses
Letters to the Editor
Mirror Magazine
Hotter than Havana
When love is in the air
Welcome to Doll’s House
Giving to make a change
Hair heavy
Building strength and knowledge
TV Times
‘Checkers’ : Newest hot spot for entertainment, wine and dining
Torana Sinhala Karaoke No. 10
‘Super Chimes’ at Molly’s
Vasantha Obeysekere an unmatched film director
‘Asani Warsha’ stuck in the queue
‘Samantha’: First tsunami based film
Vijaya: Your memory will live on
Sanjaya enters cinema with ‘Samara’
Funday Times
King Gothabhaya’s service to the Buddhist order
The historic Galle Fort
The Great Wise Man at the paddy field
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