I’m selling fish, catching fish, people call me fisherman
The lifting of fishing restrictions last week in the north after 20 years has brought smiles and benefits to the war-hit fishing community and consumers. With more fishermen out in the sea, prices of fish have dropped drastically. In northern fish vadiyas, seer is sold at Rs. 200 a kilo, prawns at Rs 150 and crabs at Rs. 75. Earlier most of these varieties were selling at over Rs. 1,000 a kilo. Above a scene captured at the market in Kodaddi, Jaffna yesterday. By N. Parmeswaran
An artist, his garden of many creatures and creations
When young Noel Brian Ranasinghe and his band got into coloured sarongs, straw-hats and with bare feet sang a strange kind of baila, it was not unusual for people to call them all sorts of names like ‘Malu Karayas’ or ‘Rasthiyadu Karayas’.
IRD to tax Golden Key and depositors
The cash-strapped Sri Lankan government has directed the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) to recover all taxes payable by the Golden Credit card company and its depositors numbering around 7,200, a move that would dismay depositors.
We combed our hair up high - to be like the boy on Bandstand!
As dusk fell on Brooklyn on Thursday evening the car windows stayed open so that Michael Jackson could provide the ­soundtrack to the end of a rare sunny day.
IIHE launches EDEXCEL BTEC National Diploma in Business
Imperial Institute of Higher Education (IIHE) in collaboration with Edexcel - UK launched the ONLY one of its kind programme for students who have completed OLs.
T20 in retrospect
What is this world coming to? The respected Cricinfo reporting team have picked their T20 top Xl sans a single cricketer either from the pre-cup favourites Australia or India ..
IT Info
1919 One Window for Government Services Information
Remember the good old days, when we want to get a service from a government department, feeling that comes to our mind is not very encouraging.
Structured amnesty for Tigers
Guidelines for a structured amnesty to LTTE suspects and their sympathisers are being drawn up by the government’s legal departments.
Lanka furious over Lord’s attacks
The Sri Lankan High Commission in Britain has formally lodged a protest with the Home Office in London over what it termed ‘lethargy’ by the local police in dealing with pro-LTTE elements who physically attacked more than two dozen Sri Lankan cricket fans , including women, after the T20 World Cup final at Lords last Sunday.
Other News Articles
- President has not told me to stop my campaign, says minister
- IMF loan delayed: Lanka slams US as bully
- Don’t stick to expensive carrot, says Bandula
- The blackboard is blank for A/L English students
Democracy in peril
For a Government on a tidal wave of popularity, backed by a largely friendly media, the re-activation of the draconian 1973 Press Council Law which has the powers to send publishers and journalists to jail must surely mean that it sees imaginary demons ahead.
Focus now on ‘political solution’- Political Column
The first-high level contacts between Sri Lanka and its friendly neighbour India, since the military defeat of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), took place on Wednesday.
The IMF loan controversy: will it be ‘All’s well that ends well’?- The Economic Analysis
Will we get it or will we not? That is the question still in the minds of Sri Lankans about the loan facility of US $ 1.9 billion that has been in the pipeline for quite some time now.
“Pata”, “pata”, and a bloody tragedy unfolds
A toddler has just woken up from his sleep and his heart-rending lisp of “Amma” rises above the hushed whispers of a crowd gathered at his home and the twitter of a large number of exotic birds.
The brothers at war
Nuno Prayer de Andrado, who was at the stores, was greatly disturbed when he heard of the plot of the Malabars.
Free Hold
Lankaputhra Development Bank - the heartbeat of Sri Lankan entrepreneurship
Lankaputhra Development Bank commenced its operations in June 2006, and was established under the mindset of the 'Mahinda Chinthanaya', mainly with the intention of promoting entrepreneurship in the small and medium sectors of the country.
- Structured amnesty for Tigers
- President has not told me to stop my campaign, says minister
- IMF loan delayed: Lanka slams US as bully
- Don’t stick to expensive carrot, says Bandula
- Lanka furious over Lord’s attacks
- Cartoon
- Surgeons challenge hospital appointment, case to go ahead
- Royal to pay tribute to its war dead
- The blackboard is blank for A/L English students
- Seat belt law now in two months
- Gamini Dissanayake Institute awards successful students
- Dengue: Fight it with all our might
- Sri Lankan doctor in Australia dies in car accident
- Shot full of holes
- Those who helped us and those who didn’t
- Grave threat to DEMOCRACY
- Woman’s picture not part of our campaign: Sri Lanka Tourism
- Print and digital publishers merge
Political Column
Focus now on ‘political solution’
5th Column
Just as well you didn’t win; imagine the consequences!
The Economic Analysis
The IMF loan controversy: will it be ‘All’s well that ends well’?
Focus on Rights
The return of an inept press dinosaur
Inside the glass house
- We combed our hair up high - to be like the boy on Bandstand!
- Jackson verdict 'weeks away' as drug rumors swirl
- Iran violence ‘outrageous’, says Obama
- Farrah: Charlie's ultimate Angel
- US appoints envoy to Muslim world
- BJP: Once again avoiding facing the moment of truth
- The Obama effect
  Financial Times
- IRD to tax Golden Key and depositors
- Hedging case takes another turn
- SEC refers Eswaran deal in Asia Cap to CB
- Plantation Cos. fail to pay lease rental
- CB cancels Seylan sale deal, extends board term
- Job losses amidst worker shortage
- Rare flowers and seeds of the tea bush
- COMMENT- Whistle-blowing: Will it work?
- Corporate Governance: Lessons from other jurisdictions
- EPS measurement as company performance could be misleading
- Swine Flu economic effect global- MTI
- World leaders approve Global Jobs Pact
- Sri Lankan-born American scholar explores trade and peace
- World's first 'Fair Trade' rubber glove by Lankan firm
- Prof. Munasinghe at Biz Club
- Emerging markets are Nokia’s next growth area
- Need for whistle-blowing hotline facilities emphasized
- Haycarb sees prospects in India, Thailand and Indonesia
- Lanka Salt records 99% profit increase for 2008
- SEC to raise financial media capability
- CB's FIU gets membership in Egmont Group
- CCC meeting looks at emerging opportunities
- US interference in the IMF deplorable - Minister Amunugama
- Hayleys profit drops 26%
- Caritas completes tsunami work worth over Rs 11 billion
- Chartered Institute of Logistics celebrates 25 years by opening doors to youth
- Seylan Merchant shows sharp losses in 1Q ‘09
- Tourism industry’s ‘Small Miracle’ unveiled
- SC calls for discipline at SLI
- Private firms get access to more funds
- Carbon Finance to fight climate change
- NTB in major forex loss, share rise seen hampered
- Seminar on trade terms risks, obligations
- Pest, disease and drought resistant tea trees coming out
- Cost of doing business in Sri Lanka reducing with the end of war -- Amunugama
- Travel warnings against Sri Lanka on the way out, says tourism sector
  IT info
- 1919 One Window for Government Services Information
- ICTA-initiated 'Vidu Suva' will cut down consultancy costs
- Students get great help from e-Sri Lanka: Royal College Principal
- International Foundation Program Ideal Springboard to 'University Life'
- LAKapps: lets you use the internet without having to learn English
- DIGILINK joins hands with Ingram Micro to promote Structured Cabling Business in Sri Lanka
- Royal are virtual champions
- T20 in retrospect
- Half full than half empty
- A huge void to fill
- Kiwis will arrive on August 8
- Watch out! Here comes the big one
- Police STF dominate
- Gilly not in favour of Night-Tests
- The Brett Lee factor and Ashes
- Losing my innocence
- Young aspirants should make it good
- Hillwood wins at School aquatic meet 2009.
- Second half rally gives Thomians win
- Josephian late rally too much for Mahanama
- Jayantha goes back to coaching
- BATA-Sunday Times Most Popular School Boy Cricketer of the year contest 2009
- Reigning snooker champions clash for the plum
- Peterites bite the Bambalapitiya dust
- Aussies free to sledge
- Lankan lasses just a game away from glory
- Perry stays two ahead
- England ready to host Pakistan-Aussie Tests
- Trinity win battles, lose war
- Army raid Police in own den
- Venus gets revenge at Wimbledon
  Funday Times
- The brothers at war
- My lovely umbrella -- Poem for the week
- Kids World
- Latest lowdown on swine flu
- Guides at 5th Colombo celebrate World Environmental Day …
- 3R continues its journey...
- A Cub Scout camp
- IIHE launches EDEXCEL BTEC National Diploma in Business
- Career Fair '09 on July 4
- Royal Institute of Colombo - Teaching for the LLB degree since 1990
- Are You after London A/Ls?
- "Aspirations 2009 - International Education Exhibition"
- Get to know your long term memory
- Emotional Bank Account
- 20% Economic relief for the Higher Education industry
- Tailor made educational services for the young individual
- National Institute of Business Management
- Extraordinary scholarships for September 2009 intake!!
- Building Services Engineering Scholar from Britain visits Sri Lanka
- Profesional marketing courses in the hill capital
- Gateway Graduate School opening new vistas
- Meet representatives of Navitas - the leading University Pathway Provider at Aspirations Education
- BCAS Campus Fun Week 2009
  Free Hold
- Lankaputhra Development Bank - the heartbeat of Sri Lankan entrepreneurship
- Asian International Montessori School
- Hollywood's most sought after hair replacement system now in Sri Lanka
- Solahart's top of the range now in Sri Lanka
- Kithsiri Wanigasekara appointed as Executive Director Abans Financial Services Limited (AFSL)

- “Pata”, “pata”, and a bloody tragedy unfolds
- Say hello to 50th jumbo born at Pinnawela!
- Let us take a vow to end discrimination -- Letter to the editor
- Yal Devi was a way of life for the Jaffna citizen -- Letter to the editor
- Colombo has sunk to its lowest level, thanks to an inefficient CMC -- Letter to the editor
- She dreamed of a united country where all were equal before the law -- Appreciation
- She blazed a trail for education here -- Appreciation
- Across the country he took us, imparting his wisdom -- Appreciation
- Operation Liberation One
- Reducing our waste the 3R way
- Doctor in the house
- Birds on water, birds on tree tops
- Demanding and varied programme from Cello Ensemble
- Sunera trainers take on dramatic challenge
- Lost in the stars at a High Scorers' Concert!
- Methma’s arangetram
- Tampoe’s role in Lanka’s evolving silver screen
- Hi!! Bookclub discusses iconic Lankan writer
Other Magazine Articles
- An artist, his garden of many creatures and creations
- Binding through art
- Hot Dogs - the way you like them
- Best Speaker show today
- magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
- A new phase
- Revelling
- Keeping the music alive
- Metal rocks
- Franklyn (2009)
TV Times Articles
- May and Che Che join Aquarius
- A rib tickler in the making
- Pharaoh’s party at Aphrodisiac
- ‘New York’ in Colombo
- Ashoka writes on media
- Academy awarded ‘Milk’ at AC
- Thank you, come again
- Scent of ‘Akasa Kusum’ in Spain
- Close to nature at ‘Mount Field Cottage’
- Loon Tao : Best of Chinese and Seafood on beach
- Andree remembered
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