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N. Ireland peacemaker for Lanka
From Neville de Silva in London
British Prime Minister Tony Blair is sending a special envoy to Colombo this week to assist in getting the peace talks with the LTTE back on track.
Slaying of MP: Eight arrested
While Scotland Yard assistance is being sought to find the killers of Jaffna Parliamentarian Nadarajah Raviraj, the Police have also made significant progress in the investigations.
A 9 dead-end for Raviraj
By Chris Kamalendran
The government has turned down a request by the Tamil National Alliance to reopen the A 9 highway so that the body of the slain parliamentarian Nadarajah Raviraj could be taken to Chavakachcheri for the funeral on Wednesday, The Sunday Times learns.
Tiger claws exposed in France, funds frozen
By Asif Fuard
LTTE operations in France are being exposed with bank accounts believed to be used to transfer funds for the LTTE from France being frozen following the arrest of 40 Sri Lankans working in the Charles de Gaulle airport, a spokesperson for the French Foreign Ministry told The Sunday Times.
Army Chief: Vakarai attack aimed at Tigers
Army Commander Sarath Fonseka told envoys of Donor Co-chairs on Thursday that the Army had targeted Tiger guerrilla positions at Kathiraweli, north of Vakarai, after they fired 122 mm artillery at troops.
UN paves way for food supplies to Jaffna
Kadirgamar Institute meets sans CBK adviser
Missing children believed drowned
No drugs in sweets, suspects discharged
The body of the LTTE’s Trincomalee deputy military wing leader Arivu.....!
Pakistan trip dashed for dance troupe
Harry’s seed slips through quarantine
Socialist grads group marks 40th year
Private medical college opposed again
JVP wants Mahinda Chinthana promises in 2007 Budget
Composition of future House: UNP disagrees with proposals
UN head disturbed by lives lost in Lanka
A strategy to combat corruption
Landslides, floods stop traffic on roads
Ranil briefs monks on situation in the country
SLFI dispute goes to President
He asked “why are you silent”; the next day he was silenced
A father, hero and friend
Sgt. Lokuwella’s funeral today
Their only haven shattered by bombs
After the fire: Verbal battle rages as people suffer
Student death: Blame game and blocked drains
Chikungunya not as dangerous as Dengue
Upcountry gang linked to Tigers busted
Microscope on Mahinda era

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