Sunday February 26, 2006
UNP probe accuses Maharoof-Milinda group of deceit
National carrier in crisis: 30 pilots leave SriLankan Airlines
Bird flu: Migratory birds are flying back
Govt. alerts Swiss authorities on LTTE fundraiser
Handshake does not say all
Bar Association adopts draft Contempt of Court Act
Top priority to allocation of preference numbers
Tourist arrivals: figures don’t lie
Athas case:Postponed to June 1
UPFA takes polls rejection lists to courts
Amendment blunts CPC cost-cutting
CMC UNP list: Court stays rejection order
Melbourne reaches out to South
Postmen pedalling hard to deliver
No recruits, no facilities but mail in plenty
No cause for alarm says India
Poultry farmers cry foul as chicken sales drop
Veteran Swedish peacekeeper to take over SLMM
Two hoots about the 2002 truce
Do something to get me released, hostage father pleads with son
Postal votes of nullified polls destroyed
Financial Times
Harry J to be sued by director-buddies
Relief at last for Pramuka depositors
CSE to open branch in Jaffna
Poultry industry worries over consumption patterns
Amunugama, India’s Mahesh Bhatt at Community Leader Awards
Talks? Thank God there’s a second round
Indian petroleum firm eyes Sri Lankan offshore drilling
Sri Lanka should look at new areas of manufacture
Disabled achievers to be feted at special Sri Lankan ceremony
National identity crisis in local architecture
Voice of youth for Peace -CCC
Road congestion may hurt Colombo as a commercial capital
Finance Company’s 9-month net profit soars
Caring for the feet of anxious Sri Lankan brides
Sri Lankan industry urged to use biotechnology
Adolescent victims of ignorant advertising
Recognising corporate Sri Lanka for education initiatives
Leadership lessons from a soldier and Statesman
Dialog, Sri Lanka’s most profitable listed firm, urged to broadbase board
Towards 8% economic growth in 2006
Common sense issues that escape companies
Sri Lanka to join Asian neighbours in World Cup bid
Lanka wake up to take series
A baton burning hot
Shehan guides Thurstan to safety
Priyantha begins his second term as rugby head
“It was like the Phoenix rising from the ashes”
Whatmore can go wrong?
Nineteens a disappointment
Nihal’s 236 n.o., for Nalanda still to be broken

Board of Investment Executive Director Lalitha de Silva looks disappointed after Chief Government Negotiator Nimal Siripala de Silva rejected his garland when the government delegation arrived at the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) last night after attending talks with the LTTE in Geneva. Pic by Gemunu Wellage.
Truce offer in war of presidents - Political Column
Now that you're out we await your next move  - 5th Column 
UN Human Rights Council: Double standards on who’s in and who’s out - inside the glass house
Geneva talks: The inside story - Situation Report
Lack of monitoring mechanisms and downfall of our economy - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
The B family and our B team - Thoughts from London
Bringing the 'spirit of the franchise' to the local government poll - Focus on Rights
On the trail of a legend
Kade of many goodies
Tribute to a great master of art (Kala Korner)
Don’t forget his service
Spice up your life by the banks of the Ganges
Lost treasures of Middle China
They are not alone
Driven round the bend at RMV
Letters to the Editor
Mirror Magazine
Aspiring high
Give, but know what it means
Are you bored stiff?
  For a taste of punk metal…
  Sweet conceit
TV Times
Two new CDs from Rev. Charles
50 not out for OTWSC
‘Magic Box’ is open now
Sri Lankan directors in Cairo Jury
‘Roll Bounce’: Roller skating hits Colombo
Film Corporation gears up for 2006
‘Eka Malaka Pethi’ from March
‘Dhawala Yaamaya’ on Sirasa
Funday Times
The death of King Agbo
National Year for Children
Ceylinco Life publishes children's story book
The development of tool technology
International Schools and how they are regarded in society



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