After nearly two years, residents in the Musali Divisional Secretary area in the Mannar district were allowed to resettle in their villages this week. A resident is seen walking with his belongings back to his home. Pic by Sanka Vidanagama
A drape of poetry, nature and culture
Who says exclusivity, class and beauty only come at a high price? Art which is appreciated is its own reward to a talented artist and while there will always be a few big names in any industry who will charge exorbitant prices for their work,
Harry: ‘I was re-offered SLIC’
Business tycoon Harry Jayawardena, smarting from the stinging Supreme Court (SC) judgment on Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation (SLIC), has told directors at SLIC’s former parent company Distilleries Company (DCSL),
India hurt by Obama moves
I do not know why but the fact remains that India-America relations are better under the Republicans than the Democrats.
Merit Scholarships to study at APIIT Law School
Imagine enrolling in an internal LLB (Hons) Law degree of a British University. Both the award and the University are internationally renowned.
Understanding cricket administration
I guess that this is one of the most common fables that have come down the line, but in today’s context it is very important that we repeat it
SLT Rainbow Pages - the national directory information service provider
SLT Publications Private Limited, the publisher of the SLT Rainbow Pages is a fully owned subsidiary of Sri Lanka Telecom PLC.
EPF, ETF billions to the rescue
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Friday called to probe “any credible accusations of human rights violations” -- war crimes -- committed during the final phase of the war against separatist Tiger guerrillas, but Sri Lanka yesterday rejected the call.
Powerful new post likely for Gen. Fonseka
The Government is set to release the Syrian flagged MV Captain Ali that is currently detained by the Navy after it illegally crossed into Sri Lanka’s territorial waters with a shipment of humanitarian aid meant for the displaced people in the north, Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa said yesterday.
Other News Articles
- TNA MP may defect to government side
- Fasten your belts or face fines
- Toilet crisis in IDP camps: UN report
- All set for 180-day programme
- Transfers for senior police officers
SLIC fraud: Culprits got ‘out of jail’
It was just the other day at the Galle Face victory parade that President Mahinda Rajapaksa told the nation that this country could not be betrayed to drugs, corruption and fraud and overwhelming laziness.
Lanka’s dual track foreign relations - Political Column
Moments after the cabin door connected to the air bridge, weary passengers emerged to walk past equally weary security officials.
Foreign aid relief for balance of payments has limitations -The Economic Analysis
The current balance of payments problem may be resolved by large sums of foreign funds for resettlement and reconstruction.
They make the world a better place
“When you save a life of a person the contentment is everlasting and you truly feel like a hero. Words are not enough to explain how I feel when I see the four youngsters now enjoying their youth to the fullest,” says Thambirajah Vinayagamoorthy.
The strategy of the Malabar army
It was in 1524 A.D., that Vasco da Gama assumed duties as the Viceroy of India. His first duty was to give instructions to destroy the fortress in Colombo and strengthen the building for stores.
  Financial Times
- EPF, ETF billions to the rescue
- TNA MP may defect to government side
- Powerful new post likely for Gen. Fonseka
- Fasten your belts or face fines
- Toilet crisis in IDP camps: UN report
- All set for 180-day programme
- Transfers for senior police officers
- quite A handful
- UN agency to increase funding to resettle displaced families
- Press Council reactivated
- Five Lankans killed in Saudi road accident
- Alleged torture of fellow cop: State to defend accused
- UAE thanks Lanka
- Six more years for Rajapaksa without polls
- Man escapes from female bear hug
- Fertilizer racket deep rooted
- Police to resume duties in Wanni
- Remembering Prof. Anton Jayasuriya
- Senior professorship after retirement
- Women and orphans to get priority in camps, say officials
- Indian expert vows to revive war-ravaged north with green revolution
- We never thought this day would dawn
- Kelaniya clash: Dispute over who attacked whom
- ‘Stranger in the House’
- Misplaced phone number helps nab suspects
- Was monk poisoned by kasippu barons?
Political Column
Lanka’s dual track foreign relations
5th Column

So simple! Stretch your hemline to keep them away!

The Economic Analysis
Foreign aid relief for balance of payments has limitations
Focus on Rights
Inside the glass house

- India hurt by Obama moves
- Whither Europe in Obama's new world order
- Unique Pak community faces Taliban terror
- Swine flu vaccine ready for tests after pandemic declared
- Zardari vows to fight Taliban 'until the end'
- N.Korea defies UN with more nuclear threats
- Ahmadinejad wins disputed Iran vote; riots in Tehran
- Harry: ‘I was re-offered SLIC’
- 2003 Govt. should have annulled SLIC privatization
- More work for struggling musicians
- Foreign banks keen on bonds
- New owners at Lanka Orix Securities
- Crude prices rising in recent months
- Investment prospects in the North
- COMMENT- Future of privatisation
- No moral, spiritual values in mad rush for money-Ariyaratne
- Labour Tribunal - Its creation and creator
- North and East being primed for economic activity
- AirAsia launches Colombo – Kuala Lumpur route
- Nawaloka Hospitals voted most valued brand in health sector
- RAM Ratings Lanka appoints new CEO
- First major post-war investor confab for regional development
- Banks to expand services in the north
- Bharti looking hook up with MTN
- Russel’s gets new catering consultant
- Inclusive buildings needed to speed up war recovery
- Lankan Embassy in Brussels calls for early revision of travel advisories
- Collective Agreement with CMU not in force- Hayleys
- Piramal hopes to make profits in the third quarter
- Goodyear’s DuraPlus promises to run more miles
- Aitken Spence reports highest ever pre-tax profit
- Economic Summit takes on Sri Lanka’s future prospects
- Hambantota-Manchester partnership wins top international award
- National Research Centre to counter human trafficking
- Sri Lankan officials clear doubt about war ending
- JKH’s sustainability report
- Brandix helping IDPs
- F&G Depositors allowed to proceed with FR case
- Seminar on communication equipment
- SLTPB gears up for brand re-launch
- Comprehensive GK repayment plan may get delayed
  Free Hold
- SLT Rainbow Pages - the national directory information service provider
- SLT Publications moves towards broadening its accessibility and distribution services
- BoC in the forefront of rehabilitating those displaced in the North
- Reside peacefully in a luxury apartment on the banks of Diyawanna Oya
- Eser marketing sweeps into the Semi Finals having won 4 of the 5 Preliminary round matches and the Quarter Finals!
- Understanding cricket administration
- Royal shows them how
- Rugby hooliganism is getting out of control!
- Roll out the barrel the lankans are there to win
- Sri Lankans forget cricket at well earned break
- Kingswood go unscathed
- Joes and Mahamaya leading
- Navin and Tehani clinch Janashakthi Squash titles
- “Asidisi” Cricket Tournament 2009
- Bernie Wijesekera is An All Island JP
- Lasantha elected Wesley OBU President
- Basketball colours for Neshantha
- Can CH match Kandy?
- Basil wants rugby in the North and East
- Junior athletics from June 19
- National Marathon will serve as SAF trials
- STC by 199 runs
- Nine teams to contest in U19 Inter-Provincial cricket tourney
  Funday Times
- The strategy of the Malabar army
- Rainy days -- Poem for the week
- Kids World
- Merit Scholarships to study at APIIT Law School
- A world class Tourism and Hospitality Diploma, now in Sri Lanka from the Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality
- AIT - Doctor of Business Administration Programme in Sri Lanka
- Sivali Siyawasa Udanaya
- Faizer invited by the Hong Kong University to conduct programme on Islamic Capital Market
- HR solutions in Sri Lanka has grown significantly in the last five years
- IIHS and TAFESL team up to provide quality healthcare education
- It is essential to stay focused
- Using location and improving your memory
- Paradigms of life…
- BSc (Hons) Computing from the University of Wales, UK
- "Decision making at the Highest Leadership Levels "
- Brain training? Think again, says study
- International Engineering Foundation now available in Sri Lanka
- CIMA to launch 2010 syllabus
- Fusion '09 - musical blend from the Boys of Wesley
- How to face an interview
- Sri Lanka's most economical Bachelor's Degree in IT from the University of Colombo
- SBS creates outstanding professionals
- UCSI - The University Experience
- Dayan keeps the Sri Lankan flag flying high…..
- Distinguished Toastmaster Padmini makes Sri Lanka proud
- Top UK MBA from SLIM
- Are social networking sites really infantilising our teenagers?
- International Training of Trainers (ToT) Seminar in Microfinance
- Computer Network Security a major concern……..?
- Singapore Informatics! Brings Education to your Desktop
- Australia is still open for business
- Institute of Certified Management Accountants of Sri Lanka (cma)
- Sri Lankan approach to Business and its progress
- Thames International Educational Consultancy (Pvt) Ltd. extends to Chilaw
- SP Jain Center of Management offers upto 100% tuition fee waiver for the GMBA programme
- Imperial College (ICBS) building Business Leaders
- Visit Aspirations and expose yourself to the world

- They make the world a better place
- Tamil leaders sowed the seeds of Tamil ‘problem’ -- Letter to the editor
- Drunken devilry behind TV censorship duplicity -- Letter to the editor
- War is over, peace is nigh -- Letter to the editor

Why should police be bothered with ethnicity? -- Letter to the editor

- Kandy officials neglecting city’s health -- Letter to the editor
- Beloved citizen and ‘pillar of strength’ will be remembered by the people of Matale -- Appriciation
- Affectionate, cheerful, lively and impeccably dressed to the very end -- Appriciation
- Model mother figure to an adoring Muslim family -- Appriciation
- Gentle lawyer-diplomat was loved and respected here and abroad -- Appriciation
- Country’s welfare came first for this fine officer and gentleman -- Appriciation
- Power - packed
- Where diversity reigns: From the spiritual to notion of love
- A wide spectrum of 20th century art and artists
- For all those who live in the presence of alcohol
- Nugegoda: A glimpse into the past
- Wildlife book and photographic memoir
- 'The Buddhist' - A well-compiled publication with a lot to digest
- A statue of gratitude for Cyril De Soyza
- Royal College ’49 Group: The best batch of recent times
- Events diary
- Ensuring their right to sight
- That magical June
- Bringing out the talents of deaf children
Other Magazine Articles
- Exploration of psyche and different styles
- A drape of poetry, nature and culture
- Showcasing the best of UK literature in Colombo
- Cycling adventurer with a big heart
- magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
- Leading the way
- Taking center stage
- X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
- Yahoo stepping up!
- Leader with a difference
- Wedding dressing
- Join the band
TV Times Articles
- Tantrum’s fifth birthday rock party at Keg
- Robbie Williams - Live at Manchester Arena on ETV
- Noel strikes rich for the golden jubilee
- A tale of a horse and 3 men
- ‘Sokari’ celebrates golden jubilee
- Friends Forever in French
- A night full of laughter at Liberty
- A tale of a teacher
- Robin: Remarkable role of action hero
- Goldi Sands and sea food vacation
- Going Sri Lankan : The Jetwing Way
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