Sunday September 11, 2005
Mahinda delays his response to CBK
Detectives unearth aborted bid to kill Kadir and shocking details
President off to New York
Norway again scuttles EU moves against LTTE
No citizenship for Sri Lankan with Tiger links
Public Trustee’s accounts need frequent audits:Report
Who will answer?
Bandaranaikes in control and will take the decisions: Anura
Flight for survival ends in death
Ranil says Mahinda pushing LTTE towards separate state
PM: Free meal for children, shelter for the homeless
Fishermen’s families appeal against fine
No ceasefire in war with elephants
When the operation backfired
Contractors stone-walling Tangalle tsunami houses?
‘Carrot and more carrots have not worked with the LTTE’-Dhanapala
Hush-hush meeting amidst tit-for-tat killings in the east
Minister says plans to sell CPC shelved
Apology comes from SriLankan Airlines
Failed exam due to confusing questions
CBK wants state media to balance Mahinda, Ranil
Financial Times
Harry J rides again
Galadari’s first profits after blast
Fuel subsidy delay puts LIOC expansion on hold
AMW to launch spare parts plant with China
Secure employment for Sri Lankans in Malaysia
Harry J’s growing empire
Women entrepreneurship development at Dambadeniya
Central Bank’s consumer survey out this week
LB Finance Q1 profit soars 200 pct
The Sunday Times FT Poll on Presidential stakes
Subsidy row delays LIOC dividends (Interview)
Grameen bank concept to develop the banking sector
AFLAC’s tsunami housing initiatives
CDB nurtures Sri Lankan entrepreneurs for 10 years
Commercial Bank wins 'Bank of the Year' award
Zam Gems expands operations in Malaysia
The Finance deposit base nears Rs 15 bln
Unemployment in Sri Lanka is largely voluntary
UML doubles Q1 profit despite high vehicle taxes
Creditors take Sathosa to the cleaners
JKH shares up on NTB, MLL merger
CSE to have trading members for both debt and equity trading
Auditors cast doubt on Govt. creditworthiness
Lion Brewery helps develop animal feed supplement
The time for retransformation
Connaissance eyes hotels in Colombo and Matara
Listed firms unaware of reasons for strange price hikes

Despite an angry exchange of words over an agreement with the JVP, President Chandrika Kumaratunga and Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse put on a different act for the screen and are seen sharing pleasantries at the presidential film awards ceremony on Friday night. As on many other occasions, Mr. Rajapakse is seen clutching his good-luck charm. Pic by Chathura S. Kodikara.
CBK-Mahinda in battle of the blues - Political Column
How to choose a new King of the jungle  - 5th Column 
Annan survives fire over oil-for-food scam - inside the glass house
Politics of truce mired in double talk - Situationa Report
Coalition politics and coalition economics - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
How like us to confound confusion - Thoughts from London
Exploring questions of economic power and politics - Focus on Rights
“Good luck to us and God help us all”  - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column 
Deep into history
Swallowed by the sea
Calling out for a rainbow coalition
Meeting a versatile actor (Kala Korner)
Hearing their voices
Tilapias may save us from fishy mess
Not smooth as silk
A dedication of songs on CD
Lettes to the Editor
Mirror Magazine
Let others fall for your feet
Learning to lead
Qualifications with scope
Setting foot away from home
TV Times
Naomi dances ‘With My Feet’
Tribute to Sunil Santha
BDFI Dance Festival 2005
‘Sulanga Enu Pinisa’ flashes across Cannes for Lankan release
MC under alien attack
From Lucky to Malani
Dream Team is back with a bang
Funday Times
King Mugalan
The Ear
Paduma the Camel Jockey
Trinity too hot in the mud
Rugby future bright and breezy
Another nail in the coffin
A bird’s eye view
Wickremanayake captures Free Lanka Classic
Kadirgamar the perfect product of Trinity
Selectors, SLC to stick to their guns
Sirisoma defeats Boteju to clinch his 16th national title
Schools’ rugby ‘Kings’ dethroned



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