Terror wave memories never die
Two sisters from the village of Karativu in the Ampara district garland a picture of their sister who died in the 2004 tsunami. This ceremony was held by the fishing community of the area. Pic by Wasantha Chandrapala
Cupful of deli ciousness
Hafsa Uvais lives in a house in Rajagiriya that is filled with delicious smells. There’s a fresh batch of cupcakes going into the oven and on an adjoining table, a helper slowly pours condensed milk into a bowl full of rich, creamy chocolate icing.
Economic poser to Rajapaksa & Fonseka
President Mahinda Rajapaksa wants to reduce poverty to the lowest level in the country while his main challenger at next month's presidential poll, Gen. Sarath Fonseka sees corruption as one of the main issues and wants to completely remove it from the system.
In India, the system favours rapists and sex offenders
India is not a banana republic. But certain incidents indicate that the country is rapidly forfeiting the right to be counted among the civilized nations.
ACBT-Time and education spell success
The pathway to international education is clear with ACBT. Its recognized degree programmes give options for students to go beyond borders to complete their degrees.
Three little words
Faith, confidence and belief are three of the most powerful words in a man's life. If you convert the real meaning of these words into practice I feel that everything they touch could turn into gold and be a tremendous success in any task they undertake.
Public servants violate polls laws
The involvement of public sector officials including diplomats in the ongoing presidential election campaign has set a poser to the Department of Elections.
Govt. blocking buses to Jaffna: Wijeratne
Private bus operations in the lucrative Colombo-Jaffna route along the A9 Road have been blocked by a powerful government politician who is in charge of the Northern Development Project ‘Uthuru Wasanthaya’, Private Bus Association President Gemunu Wijeratne alleged yesterday.
Other News Articles
Only one of nine IDPs applies to vote
The spirit of the law prevails
Avoid gatherings, health officials tell mothers-to-be
2009: Dengue mosquito has its way
Forty years’ dedicated service to nation
Not who won it, but what's on offer
At the end of the first week of the Presidential Election campaign, the 14 million voters of this country seem to be faced with Hobson's choice - where their options are, to put it mildly, limited. Hobson was, for those who may wonder, an English liveryman who when his customers wanted a horse gave them no choice - he insisted they take the horse closest to the stable door or none at all
Campaigns lacking vision and direction - Political Column
Political campaigns for the Presidential Election by the two main contenders - President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Gen. (retd.) Sarath Fonseka - appear to have lost their directions just two weeks after nominations.
The year that transformed the nation - The Economic Analysis
It is a time for retrospective reflections on the turn of events that characterized 2009. It certainly was no ordinary year. It was a year that began with the economy heading towards a crisis. And then almost at its brink there was a dramatic turnaround.
‘Tsunami boy’ Asitha moves on

No more does he roam the streets of Katukurunda, Moratuwa, with his friends playing “teek bola” (marbles) but has his mind set on passing his Ordinary Level and then getting a training in some “mechanical and electrical work”.

Unrest in the palace
King John handed over five Christian priests to the Sri Lankan envoys. They belonged to the Franciscan order. The leader of these missionaries was John Vile de Konde. Towards the end of 1543 A.D., they came to Sri Lanka.
Public servants violate polls laws
Govt. blocking buses to Jaffna: Wijeratne
Only one of nine IDPs applies to vote
The spirit of the law prevails
The New Year barrel will roll out at midnight
Talk at the Cafe Spectator
Political moves alleged to divide Islamic scholars
Watchdog concerned at lack of info on tsunami funds
Road map ready for disaster preparedness
Avoid gatherings, health officials tell mothers-to-be
Our path to victory was strewn with mines, booby traps: Maj. Gen. Silva
Govt. imports rice to counter rising prices
Cost of living makes Christmas blue in the south
Underworld involved in cigarette smuggling racket
State housing scheme at complete standstill
Library in poor state
2009: Dengue mosquito has its way
Living donations of dying patients
Vavuniya awakes, but problems loom
Hospital’s battle at breaking point
Princess Chrishantha on view in Colombo and Galle
Heavy rains for another 24 hours
Corruption seems more dear than terrorism
They’re driving us nuts with so many options!
Better governance: The biggest lesson of 2004 tsunami
Media freedom – promises, promises and promises
Forty years’ dedicated service to nation
Health sector employees are being diverted from work to polls campaign
Rivals take campaigns out into cyberspace
Political Column
Campaigns lacking vision and direction
5th Column
Gifts - more for promises than for their performance
The Economic Analysis
The year that transformed the nation
Not issued with this week
Focus on Rights
The judicial role and constitutional transgressions
In India, the system favours rapists and sex offenders
Another wall screaming to be torn down
Keeping power in the family: The North African story
Iran says Bin Laden's daughter at Saudi mission in Tehran
45 people presumed dead in Indian bridge collapse: official
British parents admit raiding children's piggy banks
Asia remembers day ocean unleashed its fury
Vatican says pope attacker will be forgiven
Al-Qaeda-linked Nigerian tries to blow up US airliner
What Benazir stood for
Baitullah killed Benazir with Musharraf’s nod: Pak’s UK envoy
  Business Times
Economic poser to Rajapaksa & Fonseka
Golden Key - 12 mths later still no charges against key suspects
Top Sri Lankan addresses Brandix staff
More joy, less worry this Christmas
Comment - Moving into a new decade
‘Free agents’ will guide the destinies of corporations
Exports and imports ease year-on-year
CB to continue monitoring finance companies
Fonseka pledges prompt relief for GK depositors if elected
CSE a top dog in 2009, seen zooming in 2010
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
End of conflict, curbs on media
Keeping the Sri Lankan economy afloat in 2009
Internet company offers new services to handle day-to-day transactions
Ray of hope emerges for GK, F&G and Shriram depositors

Three little words
Mahela out of today’s game
To be or not to be
Making kottu and team selections
Aney Is It True?
Havelocks gear to tackle their opponents head-on
Development school for Wushu
Pull of the baggy green is fading
Volleyball Nationals from January 16
Guns and Roses in India -Reader Forum
Sunday Sports Guide
Windies encourage optimism
Underarm balls not always underhand
Shoaib Akhtar unlikely to get central contract
Five biggest scandals of 2009
57th Badminton Nationals takes off today
SLC Provincial Tournament on a bigger platter in 2010
Matale Football League honours players
Schumacher eyes new title with comeback
Talking of rugby legends: Abdeen is one of the best
Mitchell Johnson is set to put country before cash
IOC dances to Lula's beat
Pathway to bigger deeds
Moors falter despite Kalavitigoda’s effort
Kandy CC demolished
Maleena Awn the star
Tanvir forced out
Priyanjan to lead Lanka Youth T20 team at SAF Games in Bangladesh
Tendulkar to skip Bangladesh tri-series
Watson, Katich denied tons as Aussies pile runs
England on top after triple strike
ACBT-Time and education spell success
Be an entrepreneur, be financially independent
American College of Higher Education -Transfer and Graduation Ceremony 2009
SLIIT strengthens ties with Deakin University
Amazing sales success by Sales Heroes
MATRIX for BCS in Sri Lanka
Engineering career with just O/Ls
ICTA reaches out with EDEX to enlighten youth
NDB Bank, the official Banker for EDEX 2010
ICASL honours long standing employees
12 Month Australian MBA at ABS academic plus
'Pay per Subject' only at Strategy
Hampstead International Institute offers more opportunities for SL students in foreign Universities
Jaffna peninsula experiences the CIMA Spellmaster
Asian Grid Leadership Awarded to Dr.Edirisinghe for Excellence in Entrepreneurship

‘Tsunami boy’ Asitha moves on
When tragedy called for healing touch of a doctor
2004, Dec 26: When the Richter scale hit 8…at the US PTWC
Executive Presidency the problem -- Letter to the editor
These generals did not claim credit for war victory -- Letter to the editor
A little boy awaits Sadeeptha -- Letter to the editor
Founder of Sumithrayo was a mother to hundreds -- Appreciation
Eloquent advocate, lover of wildlife and the complete gentleman -- Appreciation
Loving, gifted, God-fearing – and gone from us all too soon -- Appreciation
Patients will always remember his healing hands -- Appreciation
Star- hunter Ray beams at universe
Missed opportunities and betrayals at Copenhagen
Travails and trials behind that cuppa
Weaving a beautiful bond between reader and writer
Revealing text as well as illustrations of Dutch period
Regi and his political evolution
It never pays to be naive
In retrospect: Resolving youth unrest
Doing nothing by the river of flowers
Alankuda Beach: Kalpitiya’s great hideaway
Cultural feast in Galle
Sa: What a journey of solo music
Galle Literary Festival comes to you with new features
Greeting cards for a cause
Chaminda’s eye-catching website
Learn all about acting and more from Indu
A magical Christmas for Sambalthivu children
Desserts of vast eternity
Getting into real mood: Both music and ambience
  Cupful of deli ciousness
  Young generation designs
  Adding colour and variety to your garden
  magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
  What was best in 2009?
  Rock on
  Scintillating glamour at Copacabana II
  Indian scholarships on offer
  Mirror Fashions
  Move into 2010 with Google Labs
TV Times Articles
  ‘Glamour Night’ at Mount Lavinia Hotel
  DJ Fiesta at Taj Airport Garden Hotel
  Sam in the Maldives
  New Year Celebrations at Galadari
  Decade of excellence at Earl’s Regency
  Agra : Seasonal celebrations 
  SIGNIS salutes ‘Sankara’, ‘Aganthukaya’ and ‘Uduganyamaya’
  Geetha felicitated
  ‘Sangili’ in final touches
  Eshan and Nupathi final in Sri Lankan Life
  American Center shows ‘Its’ a Wonderful life’
  Funday Times
Unrest in the palace
Looking back on 2009
Santa Claus's gift -- A Poem for the week
Girl Guides help typhoon survivors …
2010 International Year of Biodiversity
Kids World
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