As widely seen during the campaign for last month’s presidential election, violations of election laws are again being blatantly carried out during the campaign for the parliamentary elections. Posters and cutouts which are prohibited by the election laws have come up in various parts of the country. Pic by Saman Kariyawasam
Detectives on dollar trail

The Criminal Investigations Department (CID) has launched a probe to ascertain whether foreign sources funded opposition’s ......

Court Martial: Fonseka sticks to his guns and turns deaf ear

A senior Army officer this week almost completed recording “summary of evidence,” a prelude to a General Court Martial against retired General Sarath Fonseka, .....

Foreign Ministry battle hits Lanka’s sea claim
Minister, ‘poor’ wife in alleged land scandal
President halts cyber censorship
Return artefacts: Lanka to appeal to foreign countries
Nullify polls, Fonseka tells SC
Quintessence of their passion
Ramesh Ranasinghe and Kamaya de Soysa are two young entrepreneurs who have teamed up for the ultimate business partnership – a cookie and coffee business. It may not sound as sophisticated as, say, inventing a search engine in your garage .....
Over 1000 companies to lose VAT refunds
More than 1,500 Sri Lankan companies will lose their VAT refunds because they have not made their claims to the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) and as a result created a huge backlog of delayed payments.
Justice denied to judge
This is yet another supersession of judges, not in the technical sense but in all other respects. Justice A.P. Shah, who retired from the office of Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court a week ago, was one of the finest judges in the country. He was also the senior most.
Changes to the Australian Skilled Migration Programme - Effective February 8, 2010
Contrary to the assumptions, yet another change is sending shock waves across the Australian migration industry. The Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL) is no more in existence.

Sri Lanka Cricket plays defensively against Al-Qaeda threat
The growing vulnerability of the third season of the Indian Premier League tournament has put Colombo’s cricket hierarchy in a tentative mood. Reports reaching from India state that even the head of security for the Indian Premier League has conceded that safety cannot be guaranteed following the threat by Al-Qaeda.
Give us honourable MPs please
Nominations are being accepted for the next (Parliamentary) General Election. The recently-dissolved Parliament virtually completed the full distance, just three months short of its mandated six years.
Where will Fonseka go from here? -- Political Column
Retired General Sarath Fonseka continues to boycott the sessions before a senior Army officer tasked to record a 'summary of evidence', the prelude to his facing trial before a General Court Martial (GCM). He maintains that he is now a civilian and is therefore no longer subject to military law. As our front page report today reveals, his attorney, President's Counsel Wijedasa Rajapaksa, confirmed this.
Three vital economic sectors threatened by political unrest -- The Economic Analysis
The current political unrest and tensions will impair the country’s economic development. At the end of the war there was every prospect of the economy being revitalized and developed.
Standing tall

The National Security Agency head office buildings in Maryland, the Ronald Reagan Cultural Center considered to be the second largest building in the world, the Smithsonian Institution's underground museum, a Senate Office building and the Freer Gallery in Washington D.C .....

The King of Jaffna
The envoy at Goa, read the letter sent from Kandy. He agreed to the contents. Not stopping at that, King Vickramabahu dispatched a number of messages. In every letter, he had mentioned that he liked the close association of the Portuguese.

TB: Deadly but curable
Wracked by a persistent cough for more than three weeks? Don’t be frightened but at the same time don’t ignore it. Get yourself tested for tuberculosis (TB).

Detectives on dollar trail
Court Martial: Fonseka sticks to his guns and turns deaf ear
Foreign Ministry battle hits Lanka’s sea claim
Minister, ‘poor’ wife in alleged land scandal
President halts cyber censorship
Web of deceit
Talk at the cafe Spectator
Ex-MPs face threats: IGP not acting on Polls Chief request
Return artefacts: Lanka to appeal to foreign countries
National Stroke Association of Sri Lanka wins Gold
World Bank says its funds not meant for censorship -- Right of reply
Shipment of oysters nabbed
Film, sports stars join in April 8 fray
Upholding democracy the priority -- Interview with JVP leader Somawansa Amarasinghe
Nullify polls, Fonseka tells SC
First SL-American celebrity performance
Candidate for Bar Association presidency drops out of race
When batters, runners and beauties become lawmakers
Not ‘summoned’: Our man in Washington -- Right of reply
All night partying at ICRC premises a nuisance, say residents
Dane in foreign spider web
Southerners travel North to see their country
Settling down an uphill task for war affected
Road to South Africa pot-holed by mandarins -- RANDOM THOUGHTS
DR did not glorify any person or party; for him, every politician is a servant of his country
Balanced coverage prerequisite for democracy
Political Column
Where will Fonseka go from here?
5th Column
They are still waiting, still hesitating
The Economic Analysis
Three vital economic sectors threatened by political unrest
Not issued with this week
Focus on Rights
Our slide on the democratic index
Justice denied to judge
Sino-US crisis: Is Beijing overplaying its hand?
Dutch Govt. falls over Afghan troop mission
40 killed in Morocco minaret collapse: Officials
British Labour Party gets tips from Obama campaign
Air strike kills 30 militants in NW Pakistan
'Rebel' nun to become Australia's first saint October 17: Pope
  Business Times
Over 1000 companies to lose VAT refunds
BAM Holdings looks to nanotechnology
SEC concerned over ERI African investment
IMF mission discusses 3rd tranche
SriLankan wants autonomy to restructure
SEC disclosure directives welcomed by share market community
GSP+ suspension by July
Comment - GSP+ loss not unexpected
Jaffna may have the spoils, but it may not be the true picture
Overseas migration: Judgement under uncertainty and the role of luck
7 ICT staff accredited as Project Management Professionals
New milk product launched by Fonterra
DCSL seeking Treasury clarification on Insurance Corporation issue
Ceylon Tea Trails wins top travellers’ awards
Ceylon Tea Brokers IPO oversubscribed by 10 times
Workplace psychology discussion at the ST Business Club
Forex reserves continues at $5.3 billion by end 2009 -CB
PC House felicitates staff
NDB Bank increases net profit
Strong occupancy levels at hotels
Corporate software piracy 'main culprit' for Sri Lanka
CB warns of gold sale scams
NTB on shareholder warrants
SriLankan ladies retain local charm
Munchee Tikiri Shishyadara Programme helps children of prisoners
Tigo Sales Diploma expands to the South
Private sector credit increasing
ACCA Sustainability Reporting awards on Feb 25
SafeNet felicitates Epic Lanka
Plantation children get free dental care
LOLC will not see interest rate decline benefits next quarter
DFCC Bank credit quality improving
Political cronyisms undermine professional dignity of Sri Lankan academics
Virtusa reports strong growth
Silver metal at concessionary prices
ADB, Japan to help Sri Lanka in power sector
Ceylon Hospitals profit down
SLIC partners with premier vehicle agents
Scheme to enhance languages’ proficiency of CB officers
"HR Battles on a hot seat"
Julian Bolling endorses Isotonic Lime Blast
Richard Pieris Tyre Company appraises its authorized tyre dealers in the WP
The 4 A's gears up to meet the challenges ahead
New Chief Executive Director appointed at Sadaharitha Group
Corporate Partners 2010: Elevating Professional Excellence with CIMA
Keells Hotels expanding, seek funds from shareholders
Tokyo Cement revenue and cost may rise
CCC mission to Bangladesh
Indian experts to share their views at Sri Lanka Telecom Summit
NAMAL Acuity Value Fund realises net gain of Rs 58.7 mln in 3rdQ
Piramal’s market leadership to help sustain profits
Global architects urged to come up with innovative solutions
US-Sri Lanka education investment seminar fair in October
The Finance Company posts large losses
Aeturnum Lanka wins Microsoft FAST Search award
Sri Lanka Cricket plays defensively against Al-Qaeda threat
Lankans find their feet at last
Circle of fortunes and new frontiers
Proteas spoil the soup
Big wigs were missing at the Sevens
Warne might reconsider IPL
Tajikistan steamroll Myanmar 3-0
The Sanga-Tharanga show down
Golf AGM (Ladies Section) like a fish Market
Dressage Competition today
Vintage Car Rally on March 7
Musclemen celebrate Golden Jubilee
CH determined to hit the top in rugby again
Royal eat humble pie on home soil
Champions league wires crossed
Rizvi consolidates his position
JOE –PETE Past Cricketers Meet
The gun gang vanishes
Anushka holds the key
Indians win at Throwball
Southland BV honours Shihara
Karate Gold for Ravindu Dilshan
Eulexite wins Turf Club Trophy
Emotional Woods apologizes for 'selfish' behaviour
Study in New Zealand with National Technology Institute
ACBT primed for 2010 with latest intake
Globally recognized MBA and PhD at PIBM
Project Management Best Practices - for continuous improvement
PAC Asia boasts to hold Virtual Education Fair 2010!!
MIT - undergraduate to postgraduate levels
Jeewa launches AUPP off-shore campus in Sri Lanka
IELTS at ICASL for international opportunity
Focus on Master's based on time, cost and recognition
D.S. Senanayake College, Colombo celebrates 43rd Birthday
Certificate in Early Childhood Education and Certificate in Conversational Tamil
Changes to the Australian Skilled Migration Programme - Effective February 8, 2010
GEYEF assists to earn a Commonwealth state university degree in India
Why study at University of South Australia?
ACCA - Pathway to a globally recognized career in Finance
The largest CIM Institute advises on Stage 3 syllabus
CIMA Spellmaster in search of the top 20
Republic Polytechnic (Singapore) - your pathway to international higher education
RP Singapore offers 80% tuition grant for eligible candidates
Bad luck in 2010: Directions that attract bad luck this year
Any company can increase sales by 60% when people are trained to be ‘Sales Heroes’…
Give us honourable MPs please
  Medi Scene
TB: Deadly but curable
The fat of the excess matter
That Pain in the neck
Tackling Tendonitis
Under the weather and need some drugs?
Do your bit to have a bright child
Sleep well to do well


Standing tall
Hard learning for IDP kids
Reflections on the provision that failed to provide for the minorities -- Letter to the editor
The private bus pain on Park Road -- Letter to the editor
Double railway was blocked four decades back -- Letter to the editor
Signs of a civilised citizenry among certain drivers -- Letter to the editor
A gracious, gentle shepherd -- Appreciation
Guiding light and inspiration to the girls and young women of Lanka -- Appreciation
Let us sing the praises of a beloved presence at Trinity -- Appreciation
Deadly drink
All done in a matter of minutes
Signposts of motoring history
GSP Plus: Strictly for the birds?
A fourth-generation author
'Kala Pola' today
Climate campaigner
Yolande returns for Sunshine concert
Is it easy to be "simple"?
Making art a way of life
He walked the walk - Tribute to Ven. Prof. Dhammavihari
Today's the day Colombo gets 'Country' fever
Brothers in harmony
Growing gardens big and small
Other Magazine Articles
Trudi’s little treasures
Stranded on the mountain top
Infrared views
A Slovakian touch to Embark
magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
Quintessence of their passion
TRALE 2010 moves ahead
All set to rock
Google goes Social
A star is born
Creative reawakening
TV Times Articles
Misty on the move
‘Dalreen: Life of Songs’ on DVD
Primates of Sri Lanka’
Drums in concert on the beach
Jetwing Love Stories
‘Doratu Rakinno’ opens for public
Hitchcock at ICES
Raigam Tele Awards goes for a six
Piyal: Reporter turned director
‘Uththara’ artistes felicitated
  Funday Times
The King of Jaffna
Commonwealth Essay Competition
Multiplication -- A Poem for the week
Puerto Rica -- Geography
Kids World
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