Sunday July 04, 2004
LTTE rejects, defies UNICEF stricture
Mangala's Press Council revival move deferred
Lanka preparing response to India's LTTE-ban letter
Mystery posters: Who did them for what?
Promotions galore in cluster bus companies
Awards for five veteran journalists
Anti-dengue bacteria: medical experts at odds
Douglas defends links with Karuna
Polls without the people
Scandal of sham schols
JVP to utilise funds from luxury cars to revamp tanks
The rape of manape
Mangala soft pedals JHU number plate
CBK tells MPs: Hands off school admissions
Customs officers seek more security, GoldQuest denies charges
Maldivian exile group calls for multi-party democracy
Financial Times
Gunman attacks Customs man
Thilanga chairs SLT meeting
Private sector lukewarm over govt. economic policy
Fines up threefold in new traffic laws
Local firms eye wider markets in advertising campaigns
Scandal of sham schols 
SriLankan Airlines gets more aircraft, to expand in India 
To be or not to be? That is the question (Random thoughts)
Business development services: A case of blind leading the blind? (Business@home)  
Mixed signals on mixed economy (Comment)
Lankans fall prey in pace shoot out
Isipathana eat humble pie
Royal back at their best again
Kingswood edge out St. Anthony's
Malinga - the 'pocket rocket'
CH and FC - Kandy S.C., grudge battle today
Swansong for Susie?
Batsmen struggle in Darwin
Whither P. Saravanamuttu International Stadium
S. Asian Yachting Regatta in hot waters?
Will Murali take the ICC to courts?
Funday Times
The enmity between Thanasiva’s wife and Queen Anula
In the distant east coast
Global Sports Festival
Hansel and Gretel

Outgoing Army Commander Lionel Balagalle removes his cap of authority after giving his farewell speech to top officials at Army headquarters on Wednesday. Lt. Gen. Shantha Kottegoda assumed duties as the new Army Commander. Pic by Lakshman Gunathilake
Out laws: CBK's ire; Ex-in laws: Anura ire - Political Column
Karuna chaos muddles peace process - Situation Report
Satellite has survived many a threat - 5th Column
So much for sovereignty - Jungle Telegraph
CBK Presidency: Seamier side of the 'opened' society - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column
Suppressing inflation only temporary sugar-coat - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Bush whacked by double blow - Thoughts from London
The way a fight ought to be waged - Focus on Rights
So much for sovereignty - inside the glass house
Listening between the lines
Run it down!
‘Just let go and you could become a good Buddhist’ 
On the trail of the leopard
Train ‘natural’ speakers to spread English
Perhaps the best chronicle of our times
Going to see the pyramids
The song of the waterfall
Rare visitor: The Black-capped kingfisher
Viva Espanola, Viva Spanish wine
A little Hawaiian hula and a lot of love
Letters to the Editor
TV Times
Fine dining in Kamatha at Earl’s Regency, Kandy
Radio Sports on SLBC
‘Kekulu Sina’: First kids karaoke in Lanka
‘Maya Mansala’: A mystery drama
Ranjan’s ‘Saadhu’ views the world market
Sriyani thanks Canadians for help
‘Amarapiyasara’ at BMICH
US Box Office heat with Fahrenheit 9/11
Mirror Magazine
And the legend continues…
Singing for God and country
Movie wonderland
Mounted beauty



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