Sunday May 14, 2006
President says truce holds, warns LTTE
Colombo casinos above law on Vesak booze ban
Suicide bomber's accomplice
EU mulls slapping ban on LTTE:
Unions oppose privatization
LTTE weapons fill up underworld
Resist Tiger dictates, says Karuna
Norochcholai: Agitation continues unabated
Trinco citizens prepare for tit-for-tats
Caught in the nutcraker 
Three soilders killed
Sinhala Bauddhaya
Resettling in High Security Zone:
Government gearing up for HR Council
Grad teachers to shun A/L exam
Korean job quota:
Arrival of fasting Buddha image
Spectacles group
Liquor ban
Grade One Students
Return to peace track
Three injured  
Financial Times
New housing policy
Outsource production in tea sector
Steel industry in jeopardy
Investor confidence low
Baurs secures lucrative
Tea Industry on contamination
Microsoft unlocking Sri Lanka
Chillies ready for final 'fest'
Excitment at children's lantern competition
Top Sri Lankan in Australia
Handicrafts industry gets IT boost
Amana referbishes Children's Ward
Corporate protection in Sri Lanka:
MAS Linea Aqua awards
Still happy after 40 years
Ceylinco Healthcare - Cancer treatment unit
Private security industry marks 50 years
Janashakthi Insurance expands operations
The centenary innings, worth a replay
Colombo Intl. School outclass Bens to win Under-15 Cager final
This autocross will take you to the edge of your seat
Twenty five years later
Playing Pandu
Havelocks’resurgence and who wants to do what
Ritchie wins ‘Envoy’ Classic
Wettasinghe beaten at semi finals of Asian Under 14
Only father time has all the answers
Jayasuriya comments on his come back
Can the spirited Lankans make a match of it?
Funday Times
Girl Guide camp 2006

Hundreds of devotees file past the world famous "Fasting Buddha" statue at the Kelaniya Raja Maha Viharaya on Vesak Day.
The bronze statue, 84 cm in height, was sent to Sri Lanka for public display following a request made by President Mahinda Rajapaksa during his visit to Pakistan last month. Special security measures have been put in place for the protection of this priceless piece of art which is permanently housed at the Lahore Museum in Pakistan. Pic by Dinuka Liyanawatta
Rajapaksa's 'lion-like' option - Political Column
Peace in pieces but still no negotiating table in sight  - 5th Column 
Human Rights Council polls and popularity of nations - inside the glass house
Chalai attacks bear ceasefire charade - Situation Report
Remittances from abroad conceal balance of payment problems - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Voting results of the United Nations human rights council and Sri Lanka's pledges - Focus on Rights
Ask LTTE also to stop terrorism, Hemakumara tells TNA  - Lobby 
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Kala korner
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Mirror Magazine
Embrace the magic of Narnia
Wizardry on wheels
Hundred Words on Sparkle
Flame to set your senses alight
For Musical-minded
TV Times
Dance teacher par excellence
Thomian Society of Colombo
Latest collection at Torana
'Horu Samaga Heluwen'
Avurudu in Sydney
Mount Lavinia Hotel
Special honeymoon package
TAASL membership
'Samara' showcases Sanjaya's talents
'Sulanga' wins Houston Award
Cinema Rasavindhana



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