An aerial photograph showing a family carrying their children and trying to escape the raging flood in Anuradhapura yesterday. They were later rescued by a Sri Lanka Air Force helicopter and brought to safety.
Further fuel price increases inevitable

This was because the government has failed to reduce taxes on the latest consignment of crude oil imported by LIOC......

Lanka caught in India’s fishing net

Has the 1974 maritime boundary agreement between India and Sri Lanka been negated .....

Govt. silent on people’s revolt in Egypt
Superb cover drive
Halt Jaffna crimes, concerned citizens tell President
Flood victims pray to the rain gods
Lankaenews dismisses claims of contract attack
Where young girls see marriage as escape from poverty
Hijacked crew ‘set adrift’, destitute and starved
What’s in a letter?
Where do love letters fit in amidst texting, IM’s, tweets and Facebook posts? “They relate to a simpler, more nostalgic time,” reflects Tracy Holsinger. Harking back to a time when communication took the form of letters, A. R. Gurney’s Pulitzer Prize winning drama performed by Mohamed (Adam) Adamaly and Tracy Holsinger, and once again .......
Crisis-hit Bangladesh apparel buyers turn to Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka’s apparel exports are growing at a considerable rate with local factories are getting more overseas orders as many low end garment orders placed in factories in Bangladesh have been badly affected by a social crisis there coupled with violent riots which has disrupted production.
Mubarak stays put
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak huddled with his new government for the first time today, and the executive committee of his ruling party quit en masse, on day 12 of mass protests against his regime.
Horizon Campus opens to broaden your horizon
Horizon Campus held its Inauguration ceremony on January 28 in the presence of the Minister of Higher Education, S.B. Dissanayake. The project will see the amalgamation of the Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) and iNurture (The Education Solutions Provider) with Horizon Campus to give students an overseas education experience in the home soil in Malabe.

It’s serious business for the Sri Lankans
The Lankans go into their final ODI against the West Indies today and will vie for another comfortable win to keep their morale high in their run to the more important World Cup in their own backyard thirteen days hence. Yes, the weather once again would play a major role in the final outcome as more rains are predicted by the authorities.



Independence 2011 and beyond

Last year, around this time in this space, we had hoped that National Day celebrations would have been marked in the northern citadel of Jaffna "in recognition of the fact that we were, after so many years of strife, able to celebrate as one country". Kilinochchi or even Batticaloa would have done.

The politics of floods and the food crisis -- Political Column
The forces of nature repeated their wrath for a second time in three weeks in the North Central Province, the country's largest and an important 'food basket', and the Eastern Province. If the surging floods last month left thousands homeless and destroyed vast extents ....
Fitting thoughts for post - independence day -- Focus on Rights

In discussions with a group of colleagues from a provincial Bar this week, one question provoked spirited and at times, heated debate. In admitting that there are serious flaws in the working of Sri Lanka’s legal system, are we providing avenues for internationalists who have their own agendas, to intervene in the internal affairs of this country?

Candace steals the heat in Galle

Even though she’s in a simple blue dress, Candace Bushnell, the internationaly bestselling author of Sex and the City, cuts a glamorous figure as she walks into the Hall de Galle café. All eyes are on the slim, blonde and sexy writer as she saunters over for her interview during last week’s Galle Literary Festival, where she drew some of the biggest crowds, her sessions having sold out well ahead.

The great army in search of Veediya Bandara
Once Commander Veediya Bandara entered the battlefield he wielded his sword and displayed his martial prowess, almost like a lunatic. He did not care what happened. His only intention was winning the battle. Father Queros states that when this warrior entered the battlefield, neither the Portuguese nor the Sinhalese of Sitawaka, could remain without being shaken and disturbed.




Further fuel price increases inevitable
Bush cancels Geneva trip in advance of torture suit
Govt. silent on people’s revolt in Egypt
Mind-your-manners order to residents near cricket stadium
Lanka caught in India’s fishing net
Superb cover drive
Deluge after deluge, devastating horror
Biometric passports on the cards
Scientists from Sri Lanka, India and US to jointly study Indian Ocean weather phenomena
Halt Jaffna crimes, concerned citizens tell President
Army on drive to downsize strength
Joint visa application centre for UK, Australia
Free Fonseka: UNP, JVP plan big protests
Lanka security situ improved: Switzerland
Ranil calls for PSC to probe attack
Former Navy Chief, envoy to Japan
Alarming drop in numbers involved in research
Moneragala beckons with 5th Deyata Kirula
Lankaenews dismisses claims of contract attack
Flood victims pray to the rain gods
Hijacked crew ‘set adrift’, destitute and starved
Pomp, pageantry and call to alms by way of sacrifice
Where young girls see marriage as escape from poverty
Price rises amid veges lying-a-rotting
Political Column
The politics of floods and the food crisis
5th Column
Freedom: A luxury we can’t afford!
The Economic Analysis
Remittances dependent import-export economy
Not issued this week
Focus on Rights
Fitting thoughts for post - independence day
Talk at the Cafe Spectator
Full probe on Fonseka photo
From the sidelines
Egypt says ‘enough is enough!’
Column By Gomin Dayasri
Will local council elections foretell the future?
  Times 2
Mubarak stays put
Corruption a stain on India's global image: Manmohan Singh
Multiculturalism has failed, says British Premier
Berlusconi fights back as sex trial looms
Raja, a king pinned
Mona a man
British Speaker's wife has gone too far this time
UN avoids tough stance on Egyptian crisis
US, Egypt and Tiananmen
The Arabs and the democratic choice
The lost tribe staring extinction in the face
  Business Times
Kalpitiya resort bids cancelled
Forged passports – are job agents responsible?
Crisis-hit Bangladesh apparel buyers turn to Sri Lanka
Govt. postpones restructure of CEB, CPC
Colombo Stock Exchange goes gold in March
Buoyant Ceylon Tea riding high this year
Comforting your aching feet! These shoes are meant for walking
Eminent Lankan astrologer predicts mixed results for Sri Lanka
Retaining the IMF
Sri Lanka’s apparel industry withers GSP+ storm
New life for loss-making government firms
JAAF intervenes to boost the image of 'Juki girls'
SL exports to Asia vital to regain highs
Australian course on soft-skills in Sri Lanka
Sunshine Holdings group post-tax up 38%
Watawala Plantations says 'remarkable growth in profit ' last year
ODEL shows strong 9-month growth, turnover up 42%
Amaya group after tax profits up 4,502% on Reefcomber sale
Subsidy for coconut producers
Tokyo Cement poised for better growth:RAM Ratings
Haycarb reports pre-tax profit of Rs. 548 million for 9 months
Large part of A9 highway to Jaffna re-constructed by local engineers
Heritance Hotels group wins awards for ‘Cleaner Production’
Tourism renaissance in Negombo, Jetwing leads the way
Around 200 homes awaiting registration in home-stay tourism concept
Golden opportunity of demographic bonus to trigger economic growth
‘Polkudu’ treatment for heart ailments
London School of Commerce opens Colombo unit
Ceylon Leather revamping their look, keeping their feel
Cinnamon Hotels holding group after tax profits up 236%
India's Zensar targets Rs. 1 bln from SL in 2 years
Leo Burnett tops Gunn report in new world thinking
Top Sri Lankan expat appointed to Brandix board
Lankan tour guides lament over hard times and reduced commissions
BOI chief Jayampathi quits Hayleys
NCCSL embarks on new work plan to improve trade with Asia
Efutures’ remittance solutions to premier banks
Short week at the Colombo bourse sees dull trades, no lustre
20 to adopt newly-launched Microsoft Lync
Independence 2011 and beyond
It’s serious business for the Sri Lankans
Lankans have lost their home advantage
Fielding is the key, says Kalpage
Hong Kong ‘sevens’ – still a pipe dream
The Lankans dominate the proceedings in second outing
Let the Sri Lankan Cricketers do wonders!
MAS Unichela and Seylan Bank in final
Death Threats
Edirisinghe elected to Asian Hockey Council
Prasanna Pieris honoured
Lankans will take on UAE in five nations kick off
Kushal cracks first ton of the season
Kesara and Sandaruwan steer St. Joseph’s
Vyravanathan no more
Colombo Golf classic on Feb 12
Dilshan and Himasha dominate Boosa Sea Swim
England Under 19 gain consolation win
Navaratne moves to the top
SLC looking for Bayliss replacement
Nilusha shines on day one
Horizon Campus opens to broaden your horizon
SL students studying in UK will not be affected by UK university fee increases
I CAN: International College of American Nursing
BBA Degree at the age of 19
State - non State educational partnership with BMS and IHRA of University of Colombo
Dynamix Business School partners City & Guilds to offer International Diploma in Retail Management
International Diploma in Teacher Training
Foreign Education: How to find the right path
Season of promise for job aspirants
Seventh Annual Diploma Course in World Affairs and Professional Diplomacy
ICASL commences Cambridge International Certificate in Financial English
Making teachers deliver the goods
PAC Asia holds World Education Fair
Adapt and Change CQ University
Dr. D W Ananda Wickramasinghe: An Outstanding Lecturer
They faced CAT and won the rat race
BSC - A Regional International Center for Higher Education
Residents in Kandy: Discover about Higher Education in Australia
PIBT offers fast track to Final Year BSc. (Hons) Computer Degree
You can apply for the March/April intake
MSU's Foundation a quick start to a degree
Invest wisely, choose Imperial College for CIMA
Discovery, the touchstone of all education
A 'ROCK SOLID' foundation after O/L's at OCBT
Huge opportunity for Sri Lankan students
Funday Times
The great army in search of Veediya Bandara
Uruguay -- Geography
Cricket fever -- Poem for the week
Kids' World
Chords of a circle
Earth Watch
The fight in the colouring book
My Secret Friend
Tracking insects
Learn with Gihan: Birds of Sri Lanka -- Number 30
Candace steals the heat in Galle
‘Our greatest’ takes his stand among the greats of the game
Letters to the Editor
Bringing back the glory of Bamiyan Buddha in Lanka
Spreading warmth in deed and kind
Dimitris’s love affair with denim
New leap in shrub frogs
Letting out more secrets of Sinharaja
‘I look for talkative people when I start writing’
GLF 2011 spot interviews
Jaipur: Ablaze with literature and chai wallahs
Looking back with serenity
Making you think of the past and present
Liberty. Independence. Freedom. Emancipation
People and events
Magazine Articles
What’s in a letter?
Ishanka’s Vegas wardrobe
Tharanga returns to sing with SOSL
‘We listened to authors, we made friends’
Cultural feast from Iran
magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
A book for the weekend
What is Cloud Print?
Change begins with you, start today!
Flamboyant and glossy
Sipping on something cold
TV Times Articles
Valentine Soul Funk at MEWS
‘Tari Collection’ with ‘Paparé Range’
Yoland Aluvihare colours ‘Celeb Chat’
New logo for Sri TV
Maskeli Oya Family Park : Adventure holiday in the hills
Valentine’s Italian specials at the Bay Leaf
Iranian Film Week at NFC
‘Green Hornet’ stings in Colombo
Free hold
Sunshine Holdings PLC targets the leisure sector as company records growth
English High Tea at the Galadari - Dazzlingly and Delicious!
'Art of Investment' - Sri Lankan Stock Market Investment Seminar
Watawala Plantations wraps up 2010 with remarkable growth in profit
Maliban Sales & Marketing Convention 2011


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