ISSN: 1391 - 0531
Sunday May 25, 2008
Vol. 42 - No 52
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Financial Times
TV Times
Funday Times
Kandy Times

Tough visa rule for INGO staff
The Government has introduced tough new conditions on the issue of fresh visas for foreign staff of International nongovernmental organizations (INGOs). A new circular setting out the guidelines has been issued.....
EU may revive anti-Sri Lanka resolution
Emboldened by Sri Lanka’s defeat at UN Human Rights Council elections, some European Union members are expected to try and push through a anti-Sri Lanka resolution which they had previously contemplated but abandoned .....
Lankans hit by record fuel price hike
At midnight yesterday, in Sri Lanka’s most dramatic fuel price increases ever, a litre of diesel and petrol went up by Rs. 30 and a litre of kerosene went up by Rs. 10. The price of super diesel and high-octane petrol (95 octane) rose by Rs. 40.

Tough visa rule for INGO staff
EU may revive anti-Sri Lanka resolution
Two bus bombs defused
Valuable items stolen from late journalist’s house
Trinity College goes to court in land dispute
EPC’s first meeting fixed for June 4
Kerosene carying cart..... - Picture story
Senior police officer gets DIG rank following petition
Couple and unborn infant die in road accident
We will support Government to retain GSP+: UNP
Charges to be filed against UK-based LTTEers
Disciplinary probe against Mangala put off indefinitely
Sri Lanka in line for $100m. food-crisis loan
Death of Balraj and its implications
101 but out: Heavy lobbying comes to naught at UN
Rebel group turns down JVP invitation
Piliyandala bus bomb suspect escapes

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