Sunday May 09, 2004
Govt. says talks only with LTTE
Reggie out; Arjuna in and Anura so-so
UNP from Kurunduwatte to grassroots
JHU to repeat tit for tat
SL lawyer cited as authority in terror case
Three ‘musts’ for electoral reforms
Ratnasiri as Dy. Defence Minister?
Political thriller over Film Corp.
Peace at risk if Army supports killings, warns LTTE
An object of curiosity
Desecration of Buddha image continues even after protests by Sri Lanka
Peace process and the written assurance
SriLankan flies again after cabin crew call off strike
LTTE calls halt to development till ISGA
He said sorry but got a death blow
Gratiaen goes to Road from Elephant Pass
Artefacts point to ancient ties with China
Financial Times
JKH mulls Keells brand revamp
Elkaduwa plantation privatisation to continue
SriLankan flights grounded as cabin crew strike
Guardian Group plans fresh capital infusion 
Subsidised power for SMEs
Rice imports to bring down prices?
Focus on SMEs, productivity
It's more than word play
C'nut industry wants subsidies for irrigation, replanting, protection against imported oils
Ceylinco Healthcare Services sets up diabetes centre
  Shell launches this year's Young Business Start-up Awards
  Adplast expands PET production
  Time to move away from traditional HR
  DPMC wards off air pollution charges with ISO award
  Govt. transparency seen benefiting those registered with JobsNet
Ceylon tea industry aims at huge Chinese market
  Versatility wins recognition for Dian Gomes
King Murali does it!
'The World Record is for my parents'-Murali
Murali the untouchable
Royal and Kingswood big guns in the league
Quagmire of politics and sport
SLBA to launch programme for juniors
Tamil Union Squash on May 16
Horse endurance race at Bentota Beach
Kandy SC looking for perfection
Army guns boom
Rusi, Thuhashini win Men's, Women's crowns
Police tarnish CR's unbeaten run
Murali on top of the world

It was a long, hard way full of twists, turns and controversies to this historic moment in Harare at 5.52 p.m. Sri Lanka time yesterday when Master Spinner Muttiah Muralitharan took his 520th Test wicket to become the highest wicket taker in world cricket history. What’s more Sri Lanka’s spin wizard broke the world bowling record in only 89 Tests while the record holder Courtney Walsh had reached his 519 wickets in 132 Tests. Yesterday’s momentous event was a day of joy and glory not only for Murali but for the whole team and they carried him singing, “He is the greatest”. Pic by Hamish Blair/Getty Images
Govt. makes its peace plans clear - Political Column
Conditions met, but confusion remains - Situation Report
Satellite plays same tune as Greens on peace - 5th Column
About new tendencies and the Speaker's house - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column
The challenge before us :Growth with equity - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Civilising the world- U.S and British style - Thoughts from London
Where torture has become endemic - Focus on Rights
And what will the US say about human rights now? - inside the glass house
Meeting of faiths in battle against AIDS
Sterilize the dog, don't kill
The death of reverence?
A journey through cave temples
Life and times of Victor Lloyd Wirasinha
Kala Korner
TV Times
‘Royal-Thomian Cricket Carnival’ on CD from Rajiv
Revelation keeping it real at Molly’s
‘Idorayaka Mal Pipila’: A tragic story
‘Laws of Attraction’: Irish party for legal eagles
Mirror Magazine
Descending to victory
Madness and mayhem at the Bungalow
Is he the one?
Anot her take on the Guttila Kavya
Funday Times
The battle of Kolambalaka
Gal Vihara images - finest anywhere in the world
Gappu - The Brave
The Story of Mother’s Day



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