ISSN: 1391 - 0531
Sunday March 2, 2008
Vol. 42 - No 40
Front Page
Financial Times
TV Times
Funday Times
Kandy Times
Kandy Times

Heart burn at Kandy Hospital
The Kandy Teaching Hospital, which has already stopped performing by-pass operations, is now struggling to carry on with heart, thoracic and lung-related surgeries as many essential surgical materials are unavailable. Although the operating theatre of the hospital is functioning by-pass surgeries are not being performed due to the dearth of arterial catheters, which are widely used during operations.
Kandyan Convention of 1815
"Fine Day .. and warm" is how John D'Oyly described the second of March, 1815 in his diary. This date is recorded in the history of Sri Lanka as the day when the Kandyan Convention was signed. John D'Oyly, later to become Sir John D'Oyly, was the British public servant who was instrumental in paving the way for British troops to enter Kandyan territory, which other foreign powers were unable to penetrate into.
Swiss Residence: New look
From the very beginning, Kandy has had a special place for Sri Lanka tourism industry. The majority of holiday travellers visiting Sri Lanka mark Kandy as the top attraction on their tour. It has been a tradition to visit Kandy, as it has a blend of old world charm and the character of its own.
When winning becomes a habit
Kandy Sports Club have dominated the club rugby scene for nearly the past decade. Many say that winning is a habit and if that is the case, then other clubs will have to go in to turbo gear. In the very first tournament for clubs held this year, Kandy laid down the marker by clinching the Championship in what can best be described as a lop sided final. They trounced Army by 55 points (five goals and four tries) to 7 (one goal).

Official accused of robbing exchange from school heads
Picture Story
Budget case: Municipality allowed to file objections
Agriculture Faculty marks 60 years with ‘thank you’ to partners
Cops in league with rape suspect?
Police beat
No backup power at GPO
Pera hospital squabble: Docs, nurses released from bond
Ves dance on way out?
Warrant again on doctor
Railways need Rs 1 bln a year but gets only Rs 250 mln income
Winners at the first Unity Awards
Few women still in top management positions
Vanilla output rising in Sri Lanka
Salon Rosita’s new treatment
Tharindu looks for ‘Hanthanen Ena Pawanak’
Sanath Gunathilaka takes to teaching in Kandy
‘Chaaya’, ‘Cinnamon’ of Keells and Heritance Kandalama bag top awards at HRM Awards
Amila top wine man
She may be petite but she dreams big
That exile from Egypt who inspired many
Kandy rails raring to go
He adhered to the highest traditions of his noble profession - An appreciation
MALSIRI : Epitome of grace and style
Trinity has the edge
Peradeniya University start with a bang
KYMCA weightlifters dominate at national C’ships
A gentleman of great virtue - An appreciation
Another drab in the offing
Trinity-Anthonian: landmarks and memories

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