Detectives with the informant collecting the files containing vital LTTE documents
Bringing back the old look
Unfinished antiques. Intriguing isn’t it? But that’s what they are, antiques bought from different places but kept just like they are to enable the discerning collector to indicate what kind of finish they would like.
Motorists ‘must’ report accidents
The sustenance of the popular on-the-spot insurance product is in the balance with the strict implementation this month of amendments to the Motor Traffic Act by Police.
The magic of Apollo
One of Arthur C Clarke's "laws" states that "any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic". Some technological advancement take place over centuries, and some can occur within a single generation - leaving those who lived through it with that feeling of magic.
Think twice before selecting your University Degree
According to Robert J. Kibbee, former Chancellor of City University of New York "The quality of a university is measured more by the kind of student it turns out than the kind it takes in".
Selection and retirement policy
Recently there was this news item that some of the Mahendra Singh Dhoni disciples had decided to build a shrine in his honour and in another incident there were almost riots in the Kolkata region when former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly had some problems with the country’s cricket administration.
Discover a whole new lifestyle with Foster and Reed
Swimming pools, saunas, steam cabins and spas etc., today is no longer considered to be a luxury but a lifestyle requirement desired by many.
The most dreaded F word in town
Life at home comes to a standstill, for your child is running a temperature and that terrifies you. Bringing down the fever becomes your sole goal and you will do anything and everything to do just that.
Deadly diseases erupt in Vavuniya
Vavuniya-based United Nations staff providing relief services to the Internally Displaced People (IDPs) have been advised to keep away from the Vavuniya General Hospital due to an outbreak of meningitis and encephalitis, the Sunday Times learns.
Bitter battle over Kalu Ganga gems
A senior minister is leading a protest against the controversial auctioning of a section of the Kalu Ganga to private gem traders --- but officials concerned say the protest is orchestrated by an organised mafia with vested interests.
Other News Articles
- Bread, flour-based products go up in price
- Kicking bad kitchen practices
- Odds and Ends
- From Jawaharlal Nehru to Rahul Gandhi
- Fresh probe on Sabaragamuwa tragedy
- Prabha’s secrets dug out
Don't write off the Right to Know
With the topmost priority being the elimination of the terrorist campaign in the North and East, the Government turned a Nelsonian-eye to the suppression of news and newspersons.
Mystery over major military shake-up
-Political Column
It was a week of dramatic developments. For President Mahinda Rajapaksa who has put a separatist war behind and a re-election bid ahead, the focus was all three - military, political and economic - as he charted a new, concerted course to usher in a greater peacetime environment and a new image for his Government.
He seems to accomplish nothing but headlines!
-5th Column
I thought I must write to you since you had also written to all members of the blue party alleging that there was a huge conspiracy within the party. Quite frankly, Avamangala, apart from getting you a few headlines the following day, I cannot imagine what you would achieve by all this.
The night of the pen at milestone of ten
It was that time of year, once again, when the scribes left their pens, computers and deadlines behind and gathered at the Mount Lavinia Hotel on Tuesday night to felicitate their peers at the Journalism Awards for Excellence 2008.
Esala pageant gets a start
Festival time is about to begin in Kandy, the hill capital. The annual Esala pageant – commonly known as the Esala Perahera – commences on Wednesday 22nd with the 'kap situvima' –

- Deadly diseases erupt in Vavuniya
- Bitter battle over Kalu Ganga gems
- Bread, flour-based products go up in price
- Kicking bad kitchen practices
- Odds and Ends
- From Jawaharlal Nehru to Rahul Gandhi
- Fresh probe on Sabaragamuwa tragedy
- Prabha’s secrets dug out
- Serving mankind
- Dengue experts arrival delayed
- New system of checking prisoners, visitors and officials
- BASL seeks removal of slur on lawyers
- Large crowds expected for Madhu festival
- Mysterious jellyfish in Polonnaruwa
- UNP and other parties discussing joint opposition front, says Ranil
- CEB sick note campaign leads to power breakdown
- Funding sought for fertiliser, safari park and repair work
- Three injured in attack on Mano meeting
- Memorial Service
- Save this school
- One sword still missing and another on Road Show?
- PS chairman: Minister Mervyn responsible for armed attack
- Mini-tornado rips into Puttalam
- Pottery industry on the point of breaking up
- Right to information: Seek for yourself
- Prabhakaran’s personal files found
- Life in the camps: Much to be done
- Bandula says more economic centres will end Dambulla mafia
Political Column
Mystery over major military shake-up
5th Column
He seems to accomplish nothing but headlines!
The Economic Analysis
Do economists have solutions to current global crisis?
Not issued on this week
Focus on Rights
An utter waste of time and money
Inside the glass house
- The magic of Apollo
- Indian Ocean where different shades, sizes and systems mix
- Clinton calls for global terror fight
- Indonesia attacks 'clearly linked' to Malaysian extremist: Official
- ‘There was only one Walter Cronkite’
- Rafsanjani backs ” law-breakers” - Iran hardliner
- The most dreaded F word in town
- Rapid rise of the elderly
- All about mammograms
- Backache: You can prevent this common but disabling problem
- Bone truths of the body
- The goodness of Gingili oil
- CHOLESTEROL - The good and the bad of it
  Financial Times
- Motorists ‘must’ report accidents
- Helicopter flights on the rise after war
- SriLankan crew gets new kit
- Financial irregularities of Golden Key revealed
- CB investigates NTB forex loss
- North to double GDP contribution by end-2010
- COMMENT - Reporting accidents now compulsory
- Need for Fair Trade in Sri Lanka
- Tourism – Another perspective as the industry recovers
- PBJ plea in Supreme Court next month
- Classified at your finger tips
- CSE trading floor reopens tomorrow
- Rice snacks to hit the Sri Lankan market
- Concern over revenue, expenditure targets in budget
- Leo Burnett wins AME award for 5th consecutive year
- NDB launches operations in Bangladesh
- Lankan companies optimistic about future
- Central Bank purchased $652 million this year to prop forex reserves
- Citi Sri Lanka names new CEO
- Lanka shippers seek lower insurance premiums
- Lecture on business in post-war Sri Lanka
- 'Hikka Fest' biggest beach show in Asia says Mustapha
- HSBC named best global bank by Euromoney magazine
- US economy on recovery but oil and food prices to spike again
- IT-BPO Career Fair draws crowds in Kandy
- Comprehensive Resort Hotel Guide out in November
- Theva Residency opens in Hantana Kandy
- International Fiscal Association’s seminar on taxation
- Microsoft's Sinhala and Tamil versions now freely available
- Some directors of Ceylinco Shriram Capital Management remanded
- Lankan growth can be boosted through IT - Gates
- Ceylinco Life market share grows to nearly 35 %
- Company directors course from CIMA/SLID
- CB account for cash donations to relief effort
- Call for environmental professionals to intervene in garbage issues
- LMRB head steps down
- Saleem head-hunts for Maldivian Bank
  Funday Times
- Esala pageant gets a start
- The spider's web -- Poem for the week
- Kids World
- A special Girl Guides camp
- Learn with Gehan: Birds of Sri Lanka
- Pakistan cricket at crossroads
- Dinesh, Imesh and Aswin walk the talk
- Dishing out good rugby at schools
- A win fashioned by unpredictability
- Royal Rule FOC 2009
- Manel to judge at “World Games 2009” in Taiwan
- Andrew Flintoff following the current trend
- Letters to the Sports Editor
- Carl Poulier dies in Australia- Appreciation
- Lankans looking for whitewash
- England 521 runs ahead with two days to go
- Ronaldinho ready to lead Milan to glory
- Spinners hand Bangladesh the advantage over Windies
- SLC elections as soon as monetary trust is in
- Dharmasena new head of Players Association
- Lanka fifth in Lisbon
- CH no match for Kandy at Maitland Crescent
- Manoharan kicks STC over the moon
- Moors doing well against Bloomfield
- Think twice before selecting your University Degree
- Staffordshire University representatives visit APIIT
- Why I made the right choice with the University of Greenwich
- Reasons why the University of Greenwich ranks as the highest recruiter of Sri Lankan students to UK
- Excellent response to the University of Greenwich from Sri Lankan students
- Find your future at NIBM
- Imperial Institute of Higher Education (IIHE) stands tall in the tertiary education industry…
- MBA: Fulfil your dream with ICASL
- The way we see the problem is the problem
- Give More - Receive More
- Aspirations 2009 International Education Exhibition
- Millennium Concepts is the place to be
- GBA specialized in ABE Marketing
- Be a Telecommunication Engineer of tomorrow!
- First Global in tie-up with Middle Eastern partner
- The way forward with TMC: Beyond diverse challenges…
- Top UK MBA from SLIM next batch starts in September 09
- AIMS College offers globally recognized IT degrees
- D.S. Senanayake College, Colombo extends a helping hand
- TOPCIMA - The final hurdle at CIMA exam!
- CIMA facilitates A/L Exam Techniques on TV
- David Haigh at ICASL CEO Forum
  Free Hold
- Discover a whole new lifestyle with Foster and Reed
- Get the very best from Maxworth Engineering
- A helping hand to look good and feel good!
- Prime Group introduces the latest in roofing tiles
- FADNA Diabe Tea - nature's way to control sugar disorders

- The night of the pen at milestone of ten
- Our men overseas perform better as non-career diplomats -- Letter to the editor
- Train saga chugs along with Muthu Kumari -- Letter to the editor
- Prized treasurer, treasured associate, loyal old Joe and warm and generous-hearted friend -- Appreciation
- A pillar and role model -- Appreciation
- Devoted daughter remembers exemplary father -- Appreciation
- A man so generous to family and friends -- Appreciation
- Benevolent Piya was a father to many -- Appreciation
- ‘When we were over the moon’
- A lease of life needs helping hand
- Hills ring with sounds of peraheras
- Aliens descend on Kataragama
- "87" opens its doors
- Sesha gave us clean entertainment
- The abstractionist and representational painter
- Remembering the Master of Dance
- Dharmadeepa and Serendipity – A tribute to Manik
- From the ceremonial to the profound
- She watched over us like the flowers in her garden
- Mallika Nivasa Samithiya Society continues to reach out to the people
- NSASL holds successful medical camp in Polonnaruwa
- The book launch was that of Swami Shanthananda Saraswathy
Other Magazine Articles
- Everyday scenes get impressionistic touch
- Bringing back the old look
- Flowering plants for colourful garden
- The giant flower
- Beware – habarala invading our wet zone
Mirror Magazine Articles
- Going green
- Banding together for a cause
- Ramblings of a feverish mind
- Together we are the solution
TV Times Articles
- Michie to rock the scene
- Rukshan: Clarence of THE new age
- ‘Golden Oldies’ - ‘Sing - Along Nite 4’
- ‘The Other Corner’ of Lake Habarana
- Hikkaduwa Beach Fest
- Dramas of a decade
- A play on worthlessness of wealth
- Me and My Sister: A comedy drama
- Patriot for American Independence
- TV Times - Cover of the week
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