ISSN: 1391 - 0531
Sunday March 16, 2008
Vol. 42 - No 42
Front Page
Financial Times
TV Times
Funday Times
Kandy Times

Human rights battle with US to...
In a growing diplomatic row between Sri Lanka and the United States, the Government wants to pursue the controversy over the US human rights report on Sri Lanka despite Washington’s insistence that it stands by the report’s contents. The Government will submit a detailed report to the US Embassy in Colombo, Human Rights Minister Mahinda Samarasinghe said yesterday.
JVP wants 17th Amendment before Eastern..

The JVP has listed a series of demands if it is to consider contesting the forthcoming Provincial Council elections to the Eastern Province, a frontline MP of the party told The Sunday Times yesterday.


Rain, rain till end of April

The heavy rain that has been experienced in most parts of the country during the past few days is being described as the latter part of Northeast monsoon activated by a low-level disturbance in the atmosphere, an official said yesterday.

Top German operator pulling out
Oil hike likely as world prices soar
Chikungunya in Colombo again
Delicious dishes for a worthy cause
Concessions for some, burden for people
Nabbed at Male for alleged drug smuggling
Odds and Ends
A change of pillows?
Govt. to discourage housemaid recruitment
NPC seeking joint venture
Kadir killing: 6 top LTTEers charged
Gold at a price
Fire Mervyn, SLRC unions ask President
Batti polls: Police say peaceful, some people say not so
Mayor-designate says Eastern development the priority
US slams Lanka’s human rights record
Ex-employee makes serious charges against Sumithrayo
Slaying of five Trinco students: Samarasinghe denies charge
Jayantha likely to be new IGP, 10 new DIGs
Weerawila: To take wing or not?

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