Sunday Times E-Paper


Divineguma Bill: Signs of authoritarianism

Moves to set up a Divineguma Department estimated to be worth more than Rs. 80 billion by bringing together the existing Samurdhi Authority, the Southern Development Authority and the Udarata Development Authority (the successor to the Kandyan Peasantry Commission) have seemingly run into a judicial-political storm. A storm in a…



‘Rubbish, absolute rubbish’

‘Rubbish, absolute rubbish’

The end is nigh, the self-proclaimed prophets of doom are shouting from the rooftops, sending chills down the spine of gullible men, women and children. They have even…

This is ME !

Growing up Sri Lankan, Hindu and transgender in Lancaster, U.S.A would give D’Lo all the material he ever needed to be a comedian. His stories about a little…

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Playing ‘pandu’ with State money A cricket team made up of UPFA politicos, headed by Sports Minister M. Aluthgamage and including Dilan Perera, Wimal Weerawansa, Dulles Alahapperuma and…


Kindness and generosity shone through in everything my amiable cousin did GAMINI AMERASEKERA My friend and cousin Gamini Amerasekera passed away suddenly on July 2nd, in Sydney, Australia,…

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Top of the class at Australian Maritime College

Top of the class at Australian Maritime College

His father is a marine engineer, his brother a second engineer and his mother and aunt…

Our Successful Medical Graduates…!

American Degree in Sri Lanka

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Sunday Times 2

Turkey returns fire ‘after fresh Syria shelling’

Turkey returns fire ‘after fresh Syria shelling’

DAMASCUS, Oct 6 (AFP) – Turkey hit back on Saturday against what it said was a…

‘Sea of People’ flock to China’s Great Wall

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Rag: Get into campus life!

Rag: Get into campus life!

Every year a large number of young Sri Lankans enter state universities, fortune having smiled on…

Sabrina on the ramp

`Stop the mind` campaign to prevent depression

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