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Sunday September 30, 2007
Vol. 42 - No 18
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Top officers to testify via satellite
Top Sri Lankan military, legal and law enforcement officials are set to testify via satellite link from a secret location in Colombo in an Australian court case against three key LTTE activists in that country.
Ranil woos JVP, TNA

UNP Leader Ranil Wickremesinghe on Friday praised the JVP and the TNA as political parties that had ideologies, however different to the UNP, and called upon them to start a consultation process for a long-term solution to the country's continuing political and economic ills.


Thondaman plans CWC shuffle

The top leadership of the crisis-ridden Ceylon Workers’ Congress (CWC) officials has stepped down on the orders of party leader Arumugam Thondaman, so that he could reshuffle the positions amidst growing differences over whether to accept cabinet ministerial positions or remain as an independent group in Parliament.

After Ritz glitz, now Beverly blitz

Procedural blunders and diplomatic faux pas seem the highlights of President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s visit to United States to address the UN General Assembly in New York last week. That was with a Sri Lanka delegation whose latest count topped 65 members.

Right of reply
  STF: Who is boss and who is bluffing?
  Bar Council moves to reappoint all expelled delegates
  Radhika says her position at Geneva not reflected
  Erroneous says secretary
  Canada regrets minister's trip cancellation
Jumbo team fumbles into diplomatic jumble
Odds & Ends
Two moghuls invest in local bank
Urgent Bills in House next month
Story behind the arrest of Tiger activist trio
Udalagama J. slams IIGEP
Mannar: After the battles
Puttalam Muslims portray a divided house
Scholarship exam: Statistics poor, but more have passed
Help little girl fulfil her big dreams
‘Mr. 10%’? Prove it, says Basil - Exclusive
Bar to felicitate Hemantha
ICES and IDSS condemn Myanmar crackdown
Funeral of priest killed in claymore mine blast
Prof. Carlo reveals multi-national drug racket
Jaffna surrendees to get permanent centre
Trio nabbed with 3 kgs. of heroin
Car permits valid for local vehicles too
Price increase in flour products soon
Air Force pounds Sea Tiger base

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