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

Tight control on INGOs
Tough new measures to further control international non-governmental organisations are to be enforced soon, an official said yesterday.
Eastern Provincial polls in April

Nominations for the Provincial Council elections in the east are to be called by the end of March, after the completion of the local government polls there, Government sources said.


Toll on private vehicles entering city

Some 200,000 private vehicles enter the city daily causing heavy air pollution and traffic congestion—and plans to encourage these private vehicle owners to use public transport will be ready within the next three months, an official said yesterday.

Inflation booms over 20s
Two ways of honouring heroes
Odds and Ends
CPC cheaper gas project to go ahead
Cruel treatment for cancer patients?
Out with money and in go your kids
It’s polls time for the butcher, the businessman and the fisherman
Harassment of TV journalist: IGP to get report
Are they taking sides?
CC: Select Committee report next Saturday?
Glad I was able to serve the nation: bomb blast saviour
Irreverent use of Buddhist symbols
Switch of policy
I was not given a chance to explain, says Maj. Gen
Jungle rumble: The battle goes on
No extension for Tax Chief
Dayaratne new BASL head
Onus on President to restore status quo says TISL
Teenage Tiger suspect nabbed
Ten new DIGs soon
Alarm bells ring over stolen package from phone company
Young monk’s school looks for benefactors

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