Sunday February 5, 2006
JVP breaks links with SLFP for elections
Shocked Power Minister blows fuse
UN expert as peace advisor
No security, no CBK at Freedom Day celebration
Defence Ministry advisor publicly attacks security strategies
Crash course for peace delegation
BASL concerned over resignation of JSC members
Seven TRO workers still missing as abduction saga continues
President appeals for support from all parties
Bogus business booms
FR petition: Suspect given leave to proceed
Dengue mosquito continues to sting
For thousands, life is "unbelievably grim" Special Report
Controversial petition stalls Constitutional Assembly World News
Milinda on high level UNDP commission
Tussle in UNP for Colombo Mayor’s post
CJ to Buddha Gaya, not Mahinda
Other work for him
Pressure mounts to resurrect Constitutional Council
Farmers fear good crop means lower prices
News in brief
Financial Times
Economic impact of HIV/AIDS
Lankan expats offered car in bond issue
Hard times for Lankan venture capital firms
Colombo to urge Hong Kong to ease travel restrictions
WB, ADB to discuss tsunami, post conflict work
Year of tourism or conflict (Comment)
Aviva, UK’s biggest insurer takes Eagle stake
Infrastructure key to development of other sectors
Discussing a framework for growth
Hemas rests hopes on peace talks for tourism revival
Singer Finance gets ‘BBB (sri)’ rating from Fitch
New study stresses urgency of upholding ceasefire by all parties
CTC revenue to the government up 14 %
Fitch Ratings assigns 'BB+ (sri)' Rating to Union Bank
New laws to tackle cyber crimes
Kadirgamar: Pride of local building consultants
On price stability and deflation
Chambers fail to grasp importance of US goodwill
Market proper Lankan products
Weather holds the key
Don’t judge Aussies by a bunch of idiots: Hair
A Thomian chat with Sasi
M.S. Fernando calls the tune at Katugastota
We haven't heard racism: Lankans
The long and winding road
‘Sorry’ is no excuse
Crying over spilled milk
Uganda: Working under many constraints

Symbolic of a determined new Sri Lanka with its flag flying high, this child clad in an Air Force camouflage uniform and waving a national flag gave a strong message to the nation at yesterday’s Independence Day celebrations at the Galle Face Green. Pic by Ishara S. Kodikara.
Tiran and the Tiger gateway - Political Column
Just a note of caution as you ride high  - 5th Column 
Dabbling in diplomacy with dollars and drinks - inside the glass house
Few more snags on road to Geneva - Situation Report
Economy: 58-year ride on a roller-coaster - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Minister with foot-in-the-mouth disease - Thoughts from London
The judicial service commission and 'matters of conscience' - Focus on Rights
They are LTTE. That makes them different from Hamas?  - The Rajpal Abeynayake Column 
Living with the horror
A home for a home
Our times, our mores, our search engines
Sri Lankans live longer than African Americans in USA
A most fitting tribute to the guru (Kala Korner)
Spotting the owls and herons above and the monitors below
Shady tree of medicinal fame
Letters to the Editor
TV Times
KET under British rule
‘Kool’ Valentine
Asian cinema recognised in Rotterdam
‘Eka Malaka Pethi’ blooms
‘Forsaken Land’ rated one of the best
200 years and still in love
Iraj goes international
'Kirikodu Hithata' : Get closer to your heart
Funday Times
King Dappula
Since gaining Independence in 1948
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