A war baby born on an ICRC ship transporting displaced people from Putumattalan to government-controlled areas is seen being carried by an ICRC volunteer while the mother lies on a bed at the Pulmoddai mobile hospital run by the Indian medical team

UNP faces yet another revolt - Political Column
With three weeks to go for the National New Year, if there is one word that would encapsulate the preoccupation of Sri Lankans in the past many months, it is 'war'.
External shocks and internal mismanagement
The Economic Analysis
External shocks were very much the causes for the sorry state of our external finances. This is indisputable. Recent external shocks came in two waves that were diverse and dissimilar. At first it was the sharp rises in oil and commodity prices.
Zionist lobby stamps its authority on Obama
It is ironic that a liquor baron should retrieve the honour of India's revered prohibitionist. This happened a few days ago at Washington where the auction house, Antiquorum, put on the block
Inspired by a Master
I discovered Ananda Coomaraswamy through ‘Mediaeval Sinhalese Art’ in the late 60’s when I was a hungry architectural student at Katubedda. This book was a great inspirational source to the point
ACBT branch in Kandy
In order to meet the growing need for quality education across the country, the Australian College for Business Technology (ACBT) launched their new branch in Kandy, giving an opportunity for easier access to higher education for those in the district.

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UN split on Lankan issue
A move spearheaded by Austria, Mexico and Costa Rica -- and backed by the United States -- to bring the issue of civilian killings in the war-torn Wanni district of Sri Lanka before the United Nations Security Council is being strenuously warded off by at least seven countries led by China and Russia.
WHO experts here for Rubella probe
Two officials of the World Health Organization (WHO) will arrive in Sri Lanka today for an independent probe on the Rubella tragedy where one Matara school girl died and 27 fell ill after being given the vaccine last Thursday.
- IMF team here today to hold talks on crucial loan
- Presidential pardon bypasses legal process
- Three Indian airports on alert after LTTE threat
- Garbage crisis growing by the day
- People battle LTTE as troops close in
- Indian Army back in medical garb, but is Delhi losing grip on Lanka? - Exclusive
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Help Lanka end this scourge
The news from the Glass House in New York - the United Nations -- is that there are moves afoot by interested parties to bring the escalating humanitarian situation in Sri Lanka's troubled Wanni district to the attention of the apex of that organisation - the Security Council.
Where ancient history takes shape
Four men and two women are taking shape, not through exercise, but through skilled hands, while in another area the serene features of the Aukana Buddha are being tenderly coaxed out of stone or wood.
Consensus reached on GK payment plan
Consensus was reached this week between the Attorney General’s Department and counsel for the Golden Key management and depositors on the payment plan for refunding deposits under the proposed Trust.
CRICKET: Is there anything to be salvaged?
I suppose the persons who refused to accept the positions in Sri Lanka Cricket surely must be letting off a huge sigh of relief and commending their own actions to themselves.
Lucky March for a Prime Minister
Glancing through the records Gaveshaka realized that the last week in March has been of special significance to a particular individual. He is Dudley Senanayake, who sat on the Prime Minister's seat three times.
"A unique living experience at Latitude 26 in Kotte"
Carsons Real Estate Management Services Private Limited owns prime real estate property in and around the capital city which are currently built-up and let-out commercially.
  Latest News
  Financial Times
- UN split on Lankan issue
- IMF team here today to hold talks on crucial loan
- WHO experts here for Rubella probe
- Presidential pardon bypasses legal process
- Three Indian airports on alert after LTTE threat
- A heritage house gets second chance
- Garbage crisis growing by the day
- People battle LTTE as troops close in
- Batticaloa loses a father figure
- Missing Buddha statues: HRC raps Buddhist Affairs Commissioner
- Pillay visiting Nepal and India, not Lanka
- TNA MP to back Govt.
- Officials attacked for preventing illegal sand mining
- Hedging: Central Bank tells SCB to show cause
- Parliament to sit for extra session
- Tissa against terrorism but for justice
- Record numbers enter cleared areas
- Patients suffer for lack of thyroxin
- Come buy our air time: SLBC tells private sector
- Health Ministry making every effort to contain chickenpox epidemic
- Hunt on for child murder suspect
- Rain water storage system for new buildings a must
- AG’s office turns 125
- Hope for desperate patients
- Bank owed Rs.17 b
- Crisis at Muslim Peace Secretariat
- Jailors to be hauled up following union action
- 10 years of Excellence in Journalism Awards
- Indian Army back in medical garb, but is Delhi losing grip on Lanka? - Exclusive
Political Column
Politics of the plight of civilians
5th Column

He knows how to follow tyre tracks and avoid booby traps

The Economic Analysis
A sudden U turn to Bretton Woods
Not issued with this week
Focus on Rights
Inside the glass house


- Consensus reached on GK payment plan
- Fitch says outlook stable at John Keells Holdings
- Colombo Stock Exchange to restructure Milanka Index
- Mind your own business
- $198 mln bids for bonds
- US protectionism may impact Sri Lanka
- Trained dogs offered by security firm to detect explosives
- Need to support struggling SMEs
- Modern mysteries of education
- ACCA sustainability reporting awards on March 25
- Challenging toothy myths with herbal heritage
- CIMA Divisional Council suspension remains
- Ceylinco crisis may lower land prices
- Triad completes 15 ‘great’ years
- CB reassures commitment to finance and leasing companies
- Overvalued rupee cause for export decline - Rienzie
- Water sports expert wins tourism award
- HSBC centre gets environment - friendly rating
- TISL calls for Banking and Finance Commission
- Ceramics industry wants revision in LP gas prices
- Investors sought for Paper Mills at Embilipitiya
- Brandix Green Factory wins Energy Globe Award
- Merchant Bank restructures F&G Group
- Marine expertise by Hayleys AIG
- HSBC to reward e-statement customers
- People's Bank profits sharply up
- Unilever signs MoU with State Trading Corporation
- Swedish investor struggles with hotel project at Iranawila
- TNT moves to new location
- Responsibilities of depositors in the financial crisis
- Golden Key workers protest outside official’s house
- Depositors seize apartments, leave next day
- Interest rate cuts impact share-market
- GDP slows down in 4Q08
- Renuka Coconut Milk Powder gets Mawbima Lanka Accreditation
- SMB calls for EGM on March 31
- Zionist lobby stamps its authority on Obama
- The Bourbons of global finance: IMF's double standards
- N. Korea holds 2 US journalists
- Michelle Obama to grow veg in White House garden
- India says has proof Pakistan involved in Mumbai attacks
- Khamenei sees no change in US
- In Iraq, a boy named ‘war’ turns six
  Free Hold
- "A unique living experience at Latitude 26 in Kotte"
- The all new SSANGYONG C200 SUV will be the best 4x4 in 2009
- Radiant Cabs for a reliable round the clock taxi service
- Get that perfect fit with the 'Check Block' method of Dressmaking
- JU Caterers - quality catering with a personalized touch
- K & D Management Services - The debt recovery specialists
- BOC the pioneers in SME project lending
- Respect disability as a human diversity
- Oxford College of Business - The Place for Professional Education
- Rock solid investment with nivasie
- Fentons gives Janashakthi "Full Option" new customer service powers
- Water's Reach Bandaragama - Your own piece of paradise to build your dreams
- CRICKET: Is there anything to be salvaged?
- Another cricketing concern surfaces
- National cricket contracts on the way
- Royal make it look easy
- Trinity on first innings
- Schools rugby kicks off on April 25
- Harbhajan six gives India historic win
- Isham takes over the top slot
- Lexmark Basnahira North emerge champions
- International workshop on sports commentary
- Buddhi shines in drawn game
- Akshu and Andri steer St. Peter’s
- Lovers settle for a draw at Galle Stadium
- Thrilling win for Piliyandala Central
- Isipathana to the fore
- Blame me for maths mix-up, says Dysona
  Funday Times
- Lucky March for a Prime Minister
- If the world was upside down -- Poem for the week
- Art and craft exhibition
- ACBT branch in Kandy
- Leaders in Multimedia Training in Sri Lanka
- 'Low Life' Presented by British Council
- ICASL expands to Ratnapura
- ICASL announces adoption of SLASs 44 and 45
- CIMA conducts Mastercourse on Finance for HR Professionals
- The Arabian Dazzle by Ilma International
- Singapore Informatics for Quality Higher Education
- Upgrading Technical Education
- Rajans in yeoman service
- Padmini a great speaker
- Try to build your critical competence first then you could move to the next level
- Elizabeth Institute of Higher Studies
- Good flow is essential in essay writing
- ESOFT launches the World recognised Edexcel HND
- Reflections on Are You Ready
- MATRIX, the Trendsetter for ICT Education in Sri Lanka
- Shortest possible path to become a Quantity Surveyor
- Achievements of LIFT students in the fashion industry

- Where ancient history takes shape
- Swords and fire power add to new-look museum
- From Giritale to Canada: Rupee’s adventure -- Letters to the editor
- Will no one save this architectural showpiece? -- Letters to the editor
- Kurunegala’s great son of yesteryear -- Appreciations
- A young life that touched so many people -- Appreciations
- The scientific community has lost a bright star -- Appreciations
- We salute the man who groomed us as military leaders and responsible citizens -- Appreciations
- A whole new face to communication
- Invaluable insights into the politics of our Constitutions
- The last hours of a great statesman
- A doc who yearns to preserve all that’s wild
- Belgium beckons
- Country Roads concert takes on 'Country-Western & Folk' theme
- Staying in style on the shore
- Just sit back and take in the wilds
Other Magazine Articles
- Inspired by a Master
- Venerating Vajira their Guru
- A mosaic of interests
- Away from the limelight
- magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
- Nemesis rocks the stage in April
- Tons of fun
- Taking on the world
- Showcasing creativity the ‘write’ way
- Youthful exchange
- Revolutionary Road
TV Times Articles
- Alston Koch to perform in Cuba
- ‘Slum Dog’ comes to Colombo
- ‘Punsanda Paaya’: 2009 the Mega Musical of MAF
- Jaffna Arts Centre; a symbol of love from the South
- Sir last chance in town
- Samy searches for young talent
- WMC showcases cinema on women
- ‘Seabiscuit’ appears at AC
- ‘Nippon’: Grand ole lady of Slave Island
- Economical and family oriented rest houses and holiday resorts from sri Lanka tourism
- Hawker Street at Trans Asia
- Burger promo at ‘The Commons’
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