Sunday August 21, 2005
US, Britain offer help in Kadir probe
Kadir dropped his guard after assurances?
Looking for Tiger claws in White Pigeon
New TROjan horse TSF in Britain
Edna boss killed in rail-crossing tragedy
We learned from him, he learned from us
Who’s oiling Nawala Ramani’s wheels?
Grenade lobbed into Sudaroli office at Wellawatte
President to solve Maligawa problems
Pro-LTTEer seeking re-election in Norway
Rupavahini moderator presents Tiger case
RSF says Relangi killing may terrorise journalists
Indian Ministers have no time for Norwegian facilitators
No support for Mahinda if he supports federalism: JHU
Pakistani pilot sent as Lankan
Powers vested in Emergency Regulations
Over three thousand Tiger CFA violations, says SLMM
Minister, Secretary in qualification wrangle
Inter-faith dialogue to carry forward Kadir’s legacy
Kadirgamar’s vision and ambition for Lanka seen in ‘The World of Stanley Kirinde’
Did police inaction lead to killing?
Financial Times
SEC compounds yet another offence, Ambani fined Rs 3.3 million
Hemas to set up freight forwarding business abroad
NGOs:One of the biggest post-tsunami employers
Gliricidia now a national crop for energy use
Rupee begins to slide against dollar, sterling
Shares for Hettigoda employees
The fourth national crop (Comment)
Indian arrivals fall as discounts end
Ampara Construction Fair next week
Climbing the eLadder in boardrooms (Business@Home)
Tilt towards Indian passenger cars seen in market
Standard Chartered makes good profits from South Asia, Middle East
Leo Burnett wins bronze at Singapore ‘Effies’
Paying taxes for money donated to tsunami victims
J-Biz concerned over deteriorating security
Ananda add more to Royal woes
Rugby Sevens growing in strength and stature
Kadirgamar a sportsman in its true sense
What’s good for the goose
Rugby’s BIN of SIN
Ian Healy’s miraculous hole-in-one at the Ridgeways
Oakley of Singapore to ‘blow’ at CR-Kandy clash
SLC prefers local ‘Official Clothing Supplier’
Good experience for youngsters - Geoff Cope
Two medals for Sri Lankan boxers after four decades
Funday Times
Beginnings of an agrarian economy thrives
King Dhatusena's final decision

The ashes of assassinated Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar were strewn at the mouth of the Kalutara river at dawn yesterday, according to his wishes, the day after the seven-day alms given in his memory. His widow Suganthie and family members accompanied the Ven. Dharnagala Kusaladhamma Thera of the Sambodhi Vihara, situated opposite the late Minister's official residence, to Kalutara at 6 a.m. yesterday, and after the chanting of seth-pirith, they went by boat and spread the ashes in the Kalu Ganga. Nelum (lotus) flowers were also placed in the river. An Anglican memorial service was also held last evening at Colombo's Cathedral. Pic by M. A. Pushpakumara.
The politics of whodunit - Political Column
We mourn your passing and salute your courage  - 5th Column 
Is chaining of prisoners to hospital beds justified in all instances? - inside the glass house
Tigers climb down for talks on truce  - Situationa Report
Kadirgamar’s inimitable role in the economy - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
When the authorised version fell from grace - Thoughts from London
Is chaining of prisoners to hospital beds justified in all instances? - Focus on Rights
Who is calling the bluff and bluster post Kadirgamar?  - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column 
The ceasefire agreement: Is it dead or alive?  - Lobby 
Lanka’s Coastguard: Adrift sans resources
Our debt to the past
Ayurveda under attack from modern medicine
Hate and anger on the cricket field
The deities and the last dance
Another lesson on the futility of war
Gal Oya: Wonders of an island park
Tall and solid it stands
Feast of the beat
Letters to the Editor
Mirror Magazine
Be entranced!
Her spell-binding tale
Melodiously yours…
Leaders in the making
A great feat
Working hard to play harder
Can sunscreen cause cancer?
TV Times
Sreekar Prasad talks about the difference between Indian and Sri Lankan films
The Salute that was Grand
‘Pansale Piyathuma’- 103 years old
‘Clear Waters’ in Concert
Rotterdam ready to recreate cinema
‘Mihidum Sevaneli’: Story of an arrogant SM
Mapitigama makes a musical move
‘Samanala Thatu’ ready to fly away
‘Selara River Hideout’ : Spirit of the wilderness
‘Thotupola’ for Eco Adventure
Shehan believes in descipline



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