JVP rejects President’s call
The Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) yesterday rejected a call from President Mahinda Rajapaksa for talks today to avert a general strike planned by its trade unions. “We are willing to take part in talks only to discuss the demands we have put forward,” JVP parliamentarian K.D. Lalkantha told The Sunday Times last night.
Troops say they capture key LTTE area
The Security forces yesterday captured the Parappakadathan area, described as a Mannar district LTTE stronghold from where one of its area leaders known as Bhanu was operating, a military spokesman said.
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