High drama in the sea
As Indo-Lanka ties swirl in troubled waters over fishing disputes, the Sri Lanka Navy is seen handing over one of the seized Indian fishing boats to the Indian Coastguards in the seas between the two countries.
New land powers for Def. Min.

Developing or filling land in the districts of Colombo, Kalutara and Gampaha will henceforth require approval from a ....

Don’t get caught with counterfeit tickets

Police Chief Mahinda Balasuriya said there was information of counterfeit tickets being sold for the matches at ......

Shops, villages told to play well
Expert runs out bees at Pallekele
Dual citizenship claims put on hold
Police on the hunt for Paba’s husband
Lanka’s debt servicing satisfactory – IMF mission
Bamba coast erosion sends shock waves
‘Mangrove Serenity’: For calm side of life
Haburugala, Horawala passing beautiful Dedduwa Lake off Bentara Ganga is one of the most attractive and magnificent scenes in the South Western tourism segment. Just ten km away from the busy tourist hub Bentota on Elpitiya Road, which located ‘Mangrove Serenity’ on a typical rural setting by the banks of Bentara Ganga.
Disappointed Chinese investors return with another investment
A group of Chinese investors who abandoned a special economic zone outside Colombo which it was setting up exclusively for Chinese investments, returned to Sri Lanka this week with other plans including investments in trading.
Guests were naked at Berlusconi’s bunga bunga
A teenage belly dancer at the heart of the sex scandal involving sleazy prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has revealed how guests were naked at his infamous bunga bunga parties. Moroccan born Karima El Mahroug was only 17 when prosecutors say she was paid by Berlusconi, 74, for sex and given cash and jewellery in return, after attending one of his parties.
Avemarians in one breath…one step…
Ave Maria Convent was founded by the Sisters of Good Shepherd and established as a girls' school in 1938 in Negombo. During the past 73 years of existence the school has moulded over 90,000 girls to be good citizens and achievers in Sri Lanka and overseas.

Rain scare grips Sooriyawewa area
The Lankan World Cup opener 2011 came under a dark cloud last afternoon as a result of a drizzle that fell over the Sooriyawewa International Cricket Stadium. The covers that came over were kept on till late evening, as it was reported that there were rather heavy showers in the Embilipitiya area.



Indo-Lanka ties in stormy waters

The arrest, remanding and subsequent release of the rising star of Tamil Nadu politics, the daughter of the state's Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi, across the Palk Straits and the arrest, remanding and subsequent release of as many as 136 Indian fishermen caught poaching in Sri Lankan waters this week should come as no surprise.

Fishing crisis: Lanka sinks under Indian pressure -- Political Column
For more than one reason Jaffna turned out to be the focal point of attention this week. Relations between Colombo and New Delhi reached a flashpoint over the arrest of 112, and later 24 fishermen...
Welcoming the best news in this decade -- Focus on Rights

The filing and taking forward of war crime suits against former President of the US, George W. Bush (Jnr) in countries such as Switzerland and Spain in reference to, among other illegal acts under international law,...

The doc who set his sights on giving sight

Never does he see patients free of charge. He does charge a fee, he says without hesitation. The consultation fee is Rs. 50! In a day and age when specialist doctors are charging anything between Rs. 1,000 to Rs. 1,500, sometimes for a consultation which is no more than a quick five minutes, the meagre Rs. 50 that this Consultant Ophthalmologist charges is not only a pointer to his personality but also his life’s work.

A fierce battle
The gallant warrior Veediya Bandara was not one to wait till the enemy entered the fray. He started the fighting first. With an army of 14,000 soldiers, he got ready to fight an army of 33,000. All of a sudden, he got all his soldiers out of the barrier. He was in the forefront. He challenged Tikiri Bandara to come for a face to face fight.


‘Ouch! My stomach really hurts’
Chronic and recurrent abdominal pain is common in children and adolescents and may occur in up to 9 to 15 percent of all children. Chronic pain is defined as pain that has been present for at least three months. Recurrent abdominal pain is defined as three or more episodes of pain that are severe enough to limit a child's activity or school attendance over at least three months.


New land powers for Def. Min.
Don’t get caught with counterfeit tickets
Shops, villages told to play well
Expert runs out bees at Pallekele
Oh, yeah, we had one
41 British MPs want probe on war crimes charges
Dual citizenship claims put on hold
Demolished stalls to come up again
Bribery Commission still defunct while complaints pile up
CEB readies for power failures during World Cup matches
Police on the hunt for Paba’s husband
Neighbourly give-and-take of fishermen
Lanka’s debt servicing satisfactory – IMF mission
Polls monitors decry lawlessness
Puttalam farmers put in a spot
Straying leopard falls into troubled waters
Bird paradise Kumana declared a globally important wetland
People’s sovereignty comes under siege
Farmers, traders protest economic centres’ privatisation
Selection of docs for PGIM diploma course under fire
Bamba coast erosion sends shock waves
Dengue strikes again
Motorists watch out, strict enforcement of traffic laws, claim police
Nets of life and sometimes death
Lankan maid kept as slave for 17 years
Political Column
Fishing crisis: Lanka sinks under Indian pressure
5th Column
Best of luck – from the bottom of our hearts
The Economic Analysis
Why inflow of foreign investment is slow
Not issued with this week
Focus on Rights
Welcoming the best news in this decade
Talk at the Cafe Spectator
The boss gobbles doubles
From the sidelines
Not issued with this week
Column By Gomin Dayasri
Not issued with this week
  Times 2
People power explosion in Arab world
US vetoes UN resolution on Israeli settlements
No easy love for Philippine Presidents
Mind-moved bionic arm goes on display in US
Pakistan court reissues warrant on Musharraf
Harry: Make me best man or I'm not coming
Early Britons were cannibals
Is it a bird? Is it a plane?
Behind every successful man is a woman keeping out of the way
The largest solar flare in four years may damage electrical grids on Earth
Honest cabbie returns $100,000 of jewellery to passenger
A drug to make your hair grow again — and that's the bald truth
Unfair, unclear and a massive backward step for democracy
British PM, deputy clash over referendum
US gunslinger with immunity
Was Davis running Drone programme in Pakistan?
2G Scam: The buck stops at DMK
And free flows the Nile
The bat tle of Bahrain: King Hamad - the Mubarak of the Gulf
Israel could become the scapegoat of Egypt's new democracy
The Arab Revolution deals a blow to 'Project Israel'
Guests were naked at Berlusconi’s bunga bunga
UN urges Cambodia,Thailand ceasefire, but will it happen?
Iraq shelter bombed by US remains frozen in time
Mongolia's 'ninja miners' strike gold
  Business Times
Disappointed Chinese investors return with another investment
Indian business baron on a 3-day holiday with wife, mother
PEO TV delays new installations
Wage battle soon in plantations
Sierra Cables to produce more ABC output against unviable copper
5-star hotel room rates $125 from April
Chaos continues at BOI; staff mulling ‘serious’ union action
Sri Pada pilgrims get relief from foot massage
Comment - Trouble brewing on plantations
Features - Professor Gishan Dissanaike: An emerging luminary in Economics from the University of Peradeniya
Features - More females than males in households:Govt survey
DFCC 3Q 10/11 group income reaches Rs. 13 bln
53% YoY 3Q 10/11 group net profit for Cargills, post 3 Coins, Kotmale
Hemas earnings up by 59.2%, strong growth from healthcare, transportation, leisure
Ceylon Oxygen to invest Rs 1.3 bln in new unit
Tourism, not an industry but glamour and hype, SLT head claims
AA, Asian Alliance in MoU for insurance needs
Rewarding transparency the ACCA way
Umbrella maker Rainco now into ‘Window ware and shade systems’
Features - Sri Lankan estate sector deprived of full budgetary allocations
Revenues up 45% YoY for Lankem-controlled CW Mackie
SEC’s rule on fast buck traders may be amended
Cessna aircraft makes its entry into the corporate world
Nestlé opens nominations for Rs 55 mln-worth 2012 Prize in ‘Creating Shared Value’
Focus - Broadband quality: We are there at last!
LOLC reduces borrowing costs thro’ access to long-term finance
Expolanka moves up the ladder to a corporate boardroom future
BOI jumps on ‘Wonder of Asia’ bandwagon, FDI target over $1 billion
Education issues at ST Business Club
WFP welcomes ECHO support to the flood-affected
Sri Lanka’s debt to GDP ratio at manageable levels
Sri Lankan Emeritus Prof. wins international award
Circumstances count more than attributes in investing
Sri Lanka could be a production house to India
EFC sets up HR network and launches website
Two chambers come together for mutual benefit
Microsoft Sri Lanka takes IT to 1,000 rural villages
Czech Republic to double trade volumes with Sri Lanka
Renuka posts 3Q10/11 consolidated revenue jump of 150% YoY
Man to watch: Giant strides by high networth investor Dr T. Senthiverl
Colombo prepares for mega seminar by Asian Branding Guru Martin Roll
Another $217 mln IMF tranche in April
Indo-Lanka ties in stormy waters
We are ready for the campaign ahead
Rain scare grips Sooriyawewa area
Disappointed to be left out but SL’s best chance to emulate 1996
Dew factor could bowl for Sri Lanka
New brooms ready to sweep
Spin brigade could rule WC 2011
Slimline are Champions
Navaratne feeling the heat while Ruchiranga is toppled
Nisal, Malintha help CCC dominate proceedings
Raninda and Sachin guide Wesley
Big money, big house
Munasinghe is well developed schoolboy
It is time to remember Duncan White
Thurstan and Isipathana aiming to break hoodoo
Francis confident of quality swimmers
ICASL offers prestigious Australian Master's Degrees
Avemarians in one breath…one step…
Record number complete final exam at the November 2010 CIMA examinations
Scholarships for International Students in CQUniversity
The right start for a perfect finish--- University of Greenwich UK
AME student wins prize in the November 2010 CIMA Exam
A solid CIMA foundation with Wisdom
Study Overseas With Abc
Bachelor's Degree in Quantity Surveying- another first and only ICBT Campus
ICASL conducts highly successful "Sisu Nena" seminar on Accounting Standards at Royal College Colombo
MSU's MBA meets current needs
One world-class University - CQUniversity Nine Australian Campuses
Raffles Institute of Higher Education launches exclusive Open House
ICBT Campus Introduces BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying and Construction Management from Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Skills crisis has been exacerbated by floods
Spot Admission For Study In School D'hospitality, Singapore
Attention- Aspiring Built Environment Professionals!
Launching Hawai'i Pacific in Sri Lanka - meeting at AIS
Ranjan Saheed on Aquinas Faculty of Marketing and Management 9th intake
Tomorrow’s Mobile Technologies Today @Horizon Campus
SLIM partners HNB Assurance for PCM qualifications paving way for an MBA
Funday Times
A fierce battle
The speed of a Lizard
Beautiful forests -- Poem for the week
Earth Watch
Chile -- Geography
Kids' World
The doc who set his sights on giving sight
Snowboarding gold girl from Sri Lanka
Letters to the Editor
The gypsy who stayed
Galle has become home to one keen Lit Fest fan
Special Muslim Galle Fort snacks for hungry fest folk
Basking in a good old- fashioned beach resort
Keepers of their forest
Indumathi introduces ‘stylish’ to her stitches
Loom flair
Then and now, spreading its sacredness worldwide
The 3Ds in march towards millennium development goals
Tyrants of the world take note!
Balgo aboriginal art makes its mark here
Lankan author breaks new ground on accountancy books in Papua New Guinea
Together for one year
A bunch of poems from Buddhi
‘I was there on that momentous day’
Give me liberty - or give me debt
A tribute to a saviour
Magazine Articles
I remember...
Flavour the difference
‘Don’t give up on your dreams’
magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
Uniting cricket lovers through music
Nothing in the way of her dreams
Co - MUN Conference
10 ways we can make a change!
What to expect in iPad 2.0
Fun has a face
TV Times Articles
‘Mangrove Serenity’: For calm side of life
Bay Leaf promotes ‘Dessert Fantasy’
‘La bambas' old hits get fresh look in 2011
Soundarie brings soul to ‘Celeb Chat’
Making of a ‘Mouse’
Medi Scene
Leprosy: It’s treatable, it's curable
Varicose veins? Cold sores?
‘Ouch! My stomach really hurts’
Eyes wide open, chest wide open
Not all birthmarks are harmless
Meniscus Cartilage Tear – common cause of knee pain
Incontinence: Learning to deal with it
Salt: Dangers of too much, too little


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