Love for the country and cricket hit fever pitch at the Premadasa Stadium yesterday as the 1996 world champs convincingly beat England to qualify for Tuesday’s semi finals against New Zealand. Pic by Sanka Vidanagama
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They made thirty five thousand cricket mad Sri Lankan fans dance inside the stadium. At the same time they set another twenty million Sri Lankans dancing in the streets with one of the most dominant batting displays in World Cup history.
Last week's story in this newspaper about the creation of 'Jana Sabhas' or People's Councils took many by surprise.
From the little we know, these are councils the Government hopes to 'appoint' (as opposed to being elected) to monitor grassroots-level development activity.
For all law students studying constitutional norms and the protection of fundamental rights, Rajapaksa vs Kudahetti and others (1992, 2 Sri LR 223) is a classically standard case study. Indeed, there are good reasons why this is so.
It’s debated by cricket crazy fans that Anuruddha Polonowita could help win your team the match. A spinner might want from him a dry, dusty pitch that would allow the ball to careen in at an angle no batsmen could predict;
On Saturday, March 19, thirty Funday Times Club Members enjoyed a great morning at Nuga Gama, the village in the city, at Cinnamon Grand Hotel in Colombo. The main focus of the event was the International Year of Forests.
At 9 a.m., the members gathered at the Cheers Kids Club, for registration. The
30 members were divided into three teams.