Sunday January 22, 2006
Geneva as compromise talks venue
Mystery blast inside LTTE Mannar
JHU washes hands of Dalai Lama dispute
Ten UNP MPs on crossover list
Tamil Nadu blows hot and cold with Tigers
Storm over Shiranthi’s temple visit over
Deaths caused by gunshot injuries -Trinco Magistrate
Harry flies high with SriLankan Airlines
SB’s pardon and parole in political muddle
Buddha Jayanthi celebrations begin in India
Electoral register display ends this week
PAFFREL to demand use of 2005 registers
Issuing process begins for those sans IDs
Govt. must not evade responsibility for NE incidents, says Sampanthan
Cabinet diverts Southern Highway tender
LTTE, Govt. under fire for rights abuses
Flawed democracy better
New Tamil group opposes war, violence
Trade Chambers welcome APC
Andre concert cancelled
Court restrains DCSL, agents
Bloody clashes, protests mark Maldivian Eid
Lanka to launch its first satellite
Drugs: Patients face a bitter deal
Public service goes politics over CC crisis
Financial Times
Labelling of GM food products
Stockbrokers say markets show hope despite war crisis
Take over bid at Eagle Insurance
Taking responsibility for the garbage crisis
Environment and YOU
After the tsunami: Lessons from reconstruction
Powerful cement cartel controls global industry, 51 % of Lankan market
TRI estate records highest yield in the western high growns
Cyber crimes at ST Business Club monthly meeting
Many Chartered Secretaries are CEOs, chairpersons
Sri Lanka First opens its own secretariat
Sri Lanka sets goals for education excellence
Sri Lanka sets goals for education excellence
ADB, Hong Kong Group plan 3rd fund to help troubled Asian firms
Raniyo sets up top centre to protect against fakes
Sarvodaya offers ‘Corporate weekend’ help opportunities
Legendary Moleskine notebooks now available in Sri Lanka
Ceylinco Development Bank’s Gampaha branch
Indian BPO group says organizational change helped in greater focus
J-Biz pleads to Mahinda to start talks
Global thinker Deepak Chopra supports spiritual tourism
War situation discounted by investors
Unquenchable passions of anti-alcohol activism (Column)
Time to focus on the bare necessities of life (Column)
Indo- Lanka green revolution and economic integration (Column)
Vacuum packaging for garments exports (Column)

Amidst growing tension in Mannar after the mystery explosion, police yesterday detected 13.5 kilograms of gelignite sticks in a bus on the Mannar-Colombo road at Murunkan. Police officers are seen examining the explosives while seven suspects were arrested. Pic by Ranjith Jayasundera.
President seeks control of SLFP - Political Column
Feeling blue? Then get some tips from the Green Man  - 5th Column 
Iran vs. West: the nuclear and the unclear - inside the glass house
High drama ahead of Solheim visit - Situation Report
Another mirage :Elusive dreams and targets of tourism - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
The peace man cometh and brings what? - Thoughts from London
Political unanimity exhibited towards defeating the 17th Amendment - Focus on Rights
Landmines and the lampooning Lankans  - The Rajpal Abeynayake Column 
Little business on three days of protests and uproar - Lobby 
Bird flu: Don’t panic, be ready
Showcasing a shared culture
Sketch off simplicity, brilliance and wit
Passport to chaos!
Unearthing buried mysteries of Jawatte cemetery
Awakening to their needs
Autism: The need of the day is not only compassion but awareness
The hearts that quake for Pakistani kids
Letters to the Editor
Mirror Magazine
Let your beauty shine through
TV Times
Stormy night at Taj
Grace is the word
Maname goes to the hills
Gold Choice Award for Dolphine
‘Dangamalla’: Tale of a naughty girl on TV
Rani Lanka breaks her silence
'I Don't know Why?': Canadian-Sri Lankan joint venture
Panadura felicitates 'Master' on his birthday
‘Punsanda Paaya’ : The world’s longest song from Chandimal
A straight drive with Sidath
Light at the end of the tunnel
From the ring to Scotland Yard
Juniors warming up for U-19 World Cup
Time was tight for Kingswood
St. Benedict’s hold Antonians
Senaratne, Maligaspe dazzle for Royal



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