Sunday February 27, 2005
No bank loans for buffer zone businesses
CWC to demand top portfolio for Thondaman
CAA shoots down 2 SriLankan pilots
Many pledges only pledges: Tittawella
MoD grounds UN helicopter
President's Fund: AG finds faults
CBK thanks India for post-tsunami aid
SL praised for abolishing criminal defamation
Lucre, filthy or not, talks
Interim body not the ISGA
Disaster management: engineers’ ideas ignored
Charles here tomorrow
Dreams of better life blasted in crossfire
Cell phone thief meets his match
Bring violence to justice
JVP looks ahead Prepares to face ‘any challenge’
Soldier went too close to LTTE FDL: SLMM
Prime state land, going, going...?
The “rule of law” in Tiger territory
Financial Times
Top colour printers to be permitted
Lanka Tiles mulls factory in Bangladesh
Udaya's company handled SLTB contract
Gulf Air to pull out in March?
SriLankan Airlines in restructure mode
Most comprehensive CSR report launched
Tsunami aid and red tape (Comment)
"Include us in post-tsunami development," disability groups
Why many dream of starting a business but few actually pass that stage (Business@Home)
Thomas Cook upbeat on Sri Lanka
WB support for Lankan tsunami recovery reaches $150 mln
MBSL posts second highest profit
Buffer zone on the beach a good move - PATA chief
BOI reports record FDI inflows in 2004
Who is accountable if the MCG bird flies away?
Lanka Ventures to expand focus on mini-hydro projects
Lopsided government policy on tsunami buffer zone
New soap from Hemas to compete with Unilever's Lux
4Q loss causes dip in NDB for the year 2004 net profits
HolidayAir to offer 'cheapest' tickets; mulls IPO in 3rd year
Dinesh Ambani, new Vice Chairman at Suntel
Coca Cola contests High Court order on My Cola
Ondaatjie pays Rs 2 million to compound insider dealing offence
Hayleys profit tops Rs 1 bln at 3Q, gets activated plant in Indonesia
Local disaster management solution applauded
Batsmen revel at SSC
Avishka,Silva stake their claim
Thailand's Praput prevails in crucial semi final
Kandy SC poised to take Sevens rugby title again
Caltex Rugby League to kick off in end April
Udawatte-Rupasinghe - an absorbing battle of wits
Havies need a new way of thinking
Big match fever
Another draw on the cards!

Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar meeting Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in New Delhi yesterday. He was in India to express the Sri Lankan government's gratitude and appreciation for India's support in the aftermath of the tsunami. During the visit Mr. Kadirgamar handed over a letter from President Chandrika Kumaratunga to the Indian Prime Minister.
Crisis after crisis for CBK - Political Column
Satellite seeks advice on life after presidency  - 5th Column 
Tigers playing games with UN over children - inside the glass house
Air Force studies Tiger air power  - Situationa Report
The tsunami anaesthesia could be deadly - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Absent players and fiction writers - Thoughts from London
Putting an end to the 'enjoyment' of domestic violence - Focus on Rights
Ira Mediyama: real life and realpolitik  - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column 
House on fire as JVP, TNA turn guns on govt.  - Lobby 
Lost, found, lost again
We’ll be back says Sting’s Trudie
On a DNA trail.....
Prince Charles and the pre-nuptial visit
New busters in town
Expanding horizons close to home
Saved by the sand
Growing pleasures of small wonders
I sing for the Dalada
He did stand tall
Don't call me babe
Letters to the Editor
Mirror Magazine
Music unites
What are you waiting for?
Lie just a little bit
Education with focus
War letters on stage
TV Times
Sri Lankan violinists to perform in New Delhi
Glen Terry comes alive at Barefoot
‘Dance Aid’ for tsunami victims
‘Maya Ranga’ deals with mystery and vice
‘Anjalica’ targets a wide audience
A new book on dynasty of Lankan Cinema
A stage for short filmmakers
Aishwarya hits Hollywood
Funday Times
Reverend Sanghamitta’s plan
Time to climb the holy peak
Gamarala meets the king of devils
Cinderella, the fairy tale



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