Sunday March 27, 2005
JVP unions warn of crippling strikes
CEB wants 20 percent hike in electricity bills
LTTE launches satellite TV
Go-slow surveyors block resettlement
Bow wow! The dogs have their day
Kadir recalls dancing Nancy, drunk Churchill and Oxford days
Lankan woman, mother killed in Rome
In happy mood
Trafficking: closer tab on job agencies
Top SriLankan airline official delisted by Civil Aviation Department
Foreign Ministry on alleged death threats
Appointed UNP organiser for Maharagama division
Politico's vehicle knocks down traffic cop
PM holds talks with Sinn Fein, Labour leaders
Expensive tea missing: courier faulted
Minister urges foreign pressure on Tigers
BIA expansion to take wing again?
Sweeping powers to acquire land
Gayoom's rival to end exile, faces arrest
Housing hits brick wall
Four Army officers appeal against demotion
Rise, in unity, above this devastation
Financial Times
Vallibel to add 1,000 hotel rooms
Dialog IPO confirmed by parent firm
SEC probes peculiar share price movements
Chambers slam compensation formula
HDFC to raise Rs 500 mln with IPO in June
Strange moves in stock market
A better world for the poor
ICTA accused of usurping TRC powers
Rewarding Sri Lanka's best company in waste management
Eagle Insurance creates 'resilience reserve' for disaster cover
Ceylon Glass invests Rs 771m to expand capacity
Ceylinco Life honours top performers
Policies and Practices never effectively implemented
Aircon, mobike sales zoom at Singer
Corporate fraud and ethics
SLC screams 'umpire hora'
Respite win for young Lankans
Royal steal the show at inaugural triangular
President's Rajagiriya favoured to topple Mahanama
Junior Sri Lankan Archer dominates US East Coast
Athletics runs into confusion
Protect those spinners
It's time to learn from past mistakes
Ruchira under scrutiny
The lad who has nothing more to prove
Amateur Boxing Association chief re-elected
Funday Times
The Ministers flee
The Story of Easter
To-day is Easter Sunday
The 100m high waterfalls
Bashir Leaves Home
Mirror Magazine
Singing for the people
They’ve seen monsters, but are not afraid…
Local links
Clash of the educated
Three months after the tsunami

The plight of many of the people displaced by the tsunami has hardly changed although yesterday marked the three months of that dreaded catastrophe. This picture captured at Kathaluwa in Galle is a testimony to their fear and plight. With no signs of permanent housing yet, they still live in tents and have built temporary sheds atop trees to protect themselves from another tsunami . Pic by Gemunu Wellage.
Joint mechanism further delayed - Political Column
Look, who is clinging on to the 'saree pota'  - 5th Column 
The travails of UN peacekeeping operations - inside the glass house
Air Force report shows it all - Situation Report
Inflationary pressures and economic growth - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
One but the last straw - Thoughts from London
Wherein the privileges of Parliament? - Focus on Rights
CFA: weighing courage and cowardice in the balance  - The Rajpal Abeynayake Column 
Wedding bells and alarm bells over privilege issues  - Lobby 
Living in limbo
It's suffocating, doing justice for S.B. Dissanayake
Regaining childhood
More hope for Asitha
Then, an exotic trip, now a mission of mercy
CMW - the illustrious maths master
He’s all heart
From Villanova with love
Prasanna does it again (Kala Korner)
How to live, dine and work
The touch, the heat, the relief
Letters to the Editor
TV Times
‘Whirlwind’ promotes Sri Metal worldwide
‘Raththaran Neth’ looks bright on tv
All eyes on Lankan-born Pooja
Debut for Narada Bakmeewewa
‘Dangayanta Pamanai’: For mischivous only
‘Nadeeladiya’: Tale of revenge
‘Guerrilla Marketing’ ready for market
Thusitha in search of a ‘Visitor’
‘Wara Peraliya’ : Reflects society
Honolulu honours ‘Bora Diya Pokuna’
Galway Forest Lodge : Luxury with nature
Nandos :The best family restaurant in the city
‘Flag & Whistle’ : Luxury dining by the Port



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