Sunday April 16, 2006
LTTE move puts talks in limbo
7 security personnel killed in two claymore blasts yesterday
President appoints more than Police Commission can seat
Tax chief to be queried over VAT scam
All fuel prices go up by Rs. 8
Weathermen give cool news
Maldives opposition media harassed:RSF
Highly taken up-badly let down
Historic inscriptions facing decay
Who is killing the temple troupe?
Carpenter prepares to be his own undertaker
Canadian Tamil group welcomes ban
Mystery disease claims another victim
Call to King of Nepal to end press crackdown
Friends raising fund to secure release of 2 Tamils
Expensive celebrations
Millions lost in purchase of drugs, says AG
Villagers ask why no police action
Electricity consumers get the shock treatment
Ex-CWE workers lock horns with Ministry
Bogus land salesmen make hay while owners are away
Another pothole on long road to peace
Kadirgamar killing: Does anybody care?
The Norwegians: To keep or not to keep
Enter Karuna, amidst blasts and killings in the East
CCITD calls for compensation
Financial Times
Apparel sector plans one-stop-shop
Order-book status
Beware of ‘Panadol treatment’ over oil
Jobsnet struggles to find work for unemployed
Scepticism rife over quality certificate accreditation
North Sails to invest $2.5 m in plant
Avurudu lessons on governance
World Bank offers grants to small NGOs
Odel to celebrate Avurudu in style
CNCI awards get new sponsor
The making of development policies
Slow action leads to more poor, jobless
South Asian leadership – Quo Vadis?
Corruption, losses and public accountability
“England tour is going to be difficult”
Double Eagle lands Governer's Cup 2006
Club rugby season gets off to a start on May 27
A double for champion rider Gayan Sandaruwan
Nalin Perera strikes back with two wins at N’Eliya
Musings in Wonderland
Donald, first Adastrian P ‘Sara’ Captain
An analysis of present cricketing woes
A plea to revive schools’ rugby in Badulla

LTTE peace secretariat chief S. Pulithevan having discussions with SLMM representatives on the Mullaitivu beach yesterday as a new crisis brews over the LTTE eastern military leaders’ refusal to undertake their sea journey to Mullaitivu after the SLMM objected to the presence of armed LTTE cadres.
Talking peace is not to please international peace brigade  - 5th Column 
Fighting a war on behalf of Israel  - inside the glass house  
Farmers helpless to reap benefits of a bumper harvest for New Year - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Western promises, promises: That’s all you get - Thoughts from London
Reflecting on the Rajapaksa presidency and the demise of the 17th Amendment- Focus on Rights 
Stepping back in time with Baila
Supernatural power of birthstones
Endless suffering
Enjoy the charms of Induruwa Beach Resort
Feel the diversity
Letters to the Editor
Mirror Magazine
Flying high
Just say hello
Women vs. women
Breaking through
TV Times
‘Country is not conducive for filmmakers’- Handagama
‘Dinky’ stopped again
‘Munich’ massacre recreated at MC
Sudath seeks new talent for ‘Saradiel’
‘Skylark’ : Magical cuisine of the orient
Funday Times
Prince Dappula flees
More events in April
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