Sunday July 24, 2005
Oslo acts to defuse tension
Carnage in Egypt’s resort city of peace
JVP unions threaten to block CEB reforms
Indian DPL vehicle robbed: Police on full alert
No case aginst S.B. Dissanayake, says judge
Sexual harassment case cited in CPC dispute
Canal project: Issues still to be resolved
Lankan travellers stranded in Dubai?By Leon Berenger in Dubai
Wide powers soon to tackle computer crime
Protest and fast by Sathosa employees continue
Land fraud case: Aggrieved party appeals for change of judge
CBK’s biography out this week
Tourist arrivals up: Finance Ministry
Trying to impress
Police trying hard to clean-up Colombo city
More electrical shocks for shocked consumers
The sad plight of the displaced
CFA "a most foolish act": Anandasangaree
Nature’s fury buries war-battered refugees
Commonwealth Chief accuses Britain of perfidious scandal
Trinco protesters want arms to protect themselves
A/L student electrocuted at Trinity hostel
The figures and rigours of Helping Hambantota
PCCSL goes hi-tech for work efficiency
Financial Times
Row over LIOC $57m fuel subsidy claim
Cement market stagnant as reconstruction delayed
Supporting victims of tsunami and 20-year old war
Hameedia in the UK soon
Dockyard expands capacity as it chases overseas orders
ICICI Bank head hunting for staff
Tackling bad behaviour (Comment)
Of clients and web developers (Business@Home)
JKH mulls investments abroad
RPC mulls offshore JVs for re-treading tyres
Advertising campaigns with social responsibility
Of jewellery, Singer products and a free meal
Three ICASL Presidents at governance forum
Marketing Sri Lankan culture to world markets
e-Sri Lanka PC to enhance PC affordability for all
Sri Lanka can achieve 10 % GDP, $3,000 per capita if...
Vaas bowls the wind out of the Windies
Chappell and Dravid on centre stage
Lankan cueists in action today
Royal see second half blues
The backwards marathon
The changing phases in the game of cricket
Premier rugby hit top gear
Ratnayake captures Pin Fernando Trophy
CR’s loss may be Sydney’s gain

A soldier pushing away a demosntrator after the Army was called in to disperse angry villagers who attacked the Opanayake police station on Friday. This came in the aftermath of the killing of a villager when police opened fire on hundreds who stormed a state-owned estate in search of gems. Pic by Ajithlal Shanthaudaya..
CBK woos UNP again - Political Column
Law! What law? It’s all got to do with whether you’re Green or Blue  - 5th Column 
Recipe for disaster as Blair heads the way of Bush - inside the glass house
DPL moves to defuse flashpoint in East - Situationa Report
The Pandora’s Box of graduate employment - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Co-chairs: The latest game in town - Thoughts from London
Evictions of tsunami affected landowners - Focus on Rights
A country is governed by exposes that go un-dead  - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column 
Stateless in Lanka
“I danced and I danced and I danced”
Great artiste,entertainer and fine human being
Where the shunned shine
A crown of intoxication
Bridging a jumbo problem
Learning to live again
National Policy on HIV/AIDS soon
Lettes to the Editor
Mirror Magazine
Peace and brotherhood,drama and song
What a web he has woven...
The thorny clash
Lifting up their voices
Death, rebellion and revenge revealed
TV Times
ITN goes digital
'King' Claude begins to sing
Warren & Rozette at Margarita Blue
Cinematic gems in first ever Colombo Film Festival
Sriyani's Shadows in the Snow
‘To Sir With Love’ at Russian Centre
Environment in celluloid
Funday Times
How the Sinhalese kings protected the Tooth Relic
Girl Guide Camporee
A procession of friendship




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