Sunday July 31, 2005
US warns Lanka on religious bill
VVIP security for LTTE Trinco leader Elilan
More party powers for CBK
President hangs the death penalty
SLFP campaign begins on Sept. 6
Mervyn’s son to be charged
CFA in danger through Govt. inaction: Bala
Customs officials to probe unauthorised UNDP cargo
Int’l aid group rehabilitates four tsunami-hit schools
Lion of Ruhuna rows to the top
UNP getting ready for Presidential fray
UGC chairman increased salaries of academic staff ‘secretly’, says union
Future of Sathosa: Solution within sight?
Stuck in garbage, Mayor walks out
Still on good terms
Premier, Ranil set to break CC deadlock
JHU states its position on Presidential candidate
No flights to Mumbai till tomorrow
More questions than answers for PM’s ‘Helping Hambantota’ account: MP
Call CMC’s toll-free phone No. 110 in case of an accident
Private power plant owners a stumbling block, says Susil
LTTE child recruitment worries UNICEF
DM’s words uncivilised and unprintable: FMM
One war begins and another ends
Financial Times
Capital Reach seeks ailing companies
LIOC claim under negotiation, minister says
Dialog eyes mobile TV markets
Big scams in education business
Distilleries seen overtaking other conglomerates
The booming telecoms sector
Euro 49 m from Germany for tsunami work
US grants Rs 5.7 bln for tsunami recovery
New WLL technology helps meet growing telecom demand
Opportunity for Sri Lanka to re-position tourist industry
Productive use of old Pet bottles and plastic waste
New training manual on preventing post-tsunami human trafficking
Health tourism – new fad in travel
Social issues to drive ST Business Club
IMF report says govt. still abusing captive funds
Injured Sana’s killer punch
Taj Television denies
Radha, nurtures and watches them grow
Galle awaits international soccer stadium
Hey! it’s time to ponder
The need of the hour
Jackie Dias captures Ladies Crown at Royal Colombo
It’s the game that matters
Kandy through, but on a low note
  Moving ball worry Under 19 cricketers
  Namal hat-trick floors Peterites

After speculation of a running battle, they are now virtual running mates. So, Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse and Minister Anura Bandaranaike were warm in greeting each other at President Chandrika Kumaratunga’s book launch-a day after they were nominated as the party’s candidates for the presidency and premiership. Pic by Ishara S. Kodikara .
After back-stabbing, now back-slapping - Political Column
Johnny! Let us do it our way  - 5th Column 
UN resolution on child recruiting too soft for FM applause - inside the glass house
President trains her guns on me - Situationa Report
A thousand Dollars for the few, the very few - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Like a puppet on a string - Thoughts from London
Redressing the non-functioning of the 17th amendment - Focus on Rights
A news vaccination against the future  - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column 
A shocking “compare and contrast” with Thailand
The case of the great nightclub humbug…
We have to give Mervyn an Alu Banduna
A dog’s death definitely worse than a dog’s life
What do dogs do –humans bite more than they bark
‘Ninewells’ – fertile couples need not apply
Champion of press freedom no more
US organisation promotes local English education
Letters to the Editor
Mirror Magazine
For chaos-free happiness
When the heart hurts...
True champs
TV Times
‘Cosmic Hits’, sing-along at the BMICH
‘Punsanda Paaya’ Moratuwa dilenna
Vimukthi teaches filmmaking in India
Sudath's shows 'Shades of Ash'
Child deities descend to earth
The ‘Back Street Boys’ are back on streets
Funday Times
The great service rendered by King
When the streets of Kandy are one mass of humanity
Paduma and the gold chain



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