Foreign cricket fans getting Sri Lanka stickers stuck on their faces on the way to the Premadasa Stadium where the Sri Lanka-Australia World Cup cricket match was spoilt by rain yesterday. Pic by Sanka Vidanagama
Govt. secretly meets Ban’s panel

The Sunday Times learns that the meeting took place on Wednesday (February 23) soon after the four-member delegation called on UNSG ...

Hundreds of Lankans fly out of Libya

An estimated 1200 or more remain, he told the Sunday Times on the telephone from Tripoli. He said that Sri Lankans who were holed up in the embassy located at Hey-al-Andoloos had all left now.

Cabinet reshuffle after mini polls
Shocked residents see Kfirs crashing, pilot plummeting
Doctors file petition against retirement at 60
Hospitals lack dengue-fighting Dextran
Sampur coal power project delays worry Indian company, while displaced residents live in camps
Escape from Libya in anarchy
Shooting the wild
I still remember my first experience of Knuckles in the early’80s where I enjoyed the endemic Horned Lizards and unique Knuckles landscapes. However I was not physically in Knuckles, but was watching a documentary. The fact that I still remember this documentary after almost three decades highlights the power of a good wildlife film.
Tea markets wary of West Asia crisis
Colombo’s tea industry is watching developments in West Asia (Middle East) closely amidst rising oil prices, erratic weather at home and crucial wage negotiations between workers and plantation management later this month.
Libya burns in civil war
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi sent armoured forces into a western town to reassert control today but ran into rebel resistance and Arab satellite television channels said tanks fired at residential buildings.
Ramesh Anthony shines for CQUniversity
CQUniversity Australia presented the Outstanding Alumni Award during the Australian Education Excellence Showcase 2011 organised by Austrade in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

The focus now is to beat both Zimbabwe and New Zealand
The abandonment last night was a great shame for everyone and really frustrating for us. With Sanga batting sublimely after the early loss of Upul and Dilshan, he was controlling the innings brilliantly with help from Tilan and steering us towards what would have been a competitive total on a turning pitch.


Read the signals, act wisely

This has been symptomatic of the manner in which Governments in recent times conduct their affairs, especially when it comes to foreign relations. So much so that when the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs was asked about a hush-hush visit by two leading Government officials to the United Nations to see the Secretary General thereof, he said there was no such thing.

Diplomatic lapses put SL under world pressure -- Political Column
Almost three years after the military defeat of Tiger guerrillas, President Mahinda Rajapaksa, remains defiant against his critics both in Sri Lanka and abroad. "We will not sell out the Humanitarian Operation. I proudly say we will not allow this victory to be forgotten.
Pressing for improved democracy in Sri Lanka -- Focus on Rights

Perhaps the greatest tragedy that has befallen Sri Lanka in the post-war phrase is the tying up of the question of justice solely to the alleged abuses inflicted on civilians during the last stages of the conflict in the North in May 2009 at the hands of the then administration and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).

Words don’t come easy

In the first few minutes of The King’s Speech, Prince Albert Frederick Arthur George, otherwise known as Bertie, is utterly humiliated in front of 100,000 people in a packed stadium. If the man who would be crowned George the VI had come to the throne at an earlier time, he might have succeeded in impressing his people by doing little more than parading past in full dress uniform. Instead, at the beginning of World War II, the King has an enemy almost more menacing than Hitler himself – the radio.

Veediya Bandara flees
While fighting the enemy, the great commander Veediya Bandara was approaching a thicket. In double quick time, he jumped into the forest. The enemy was shocked. They did not know what to do and kept staring at each other.


Govt. secretly meets Ban’s panel
Hundreds of Lankans fly out of Libya
Cabinet reshuffle after mini polls
Indo-Lanka company gets tax benefits for oil drilling
Security fears over Lanka’s Mumbai match
Now oil in troubled waters
DMK withdraws from Congress-led Govt
Doctors file petition against retirement at 60
State vehicles caught in mishaps: Compensation for victims in doubt
Shocked residents see Kfirs crashing, pilot plummeting
Let SL move on; it’s still a democracy
Sampur coal power project delays worry Indian company, while displaced residents live in camps
Campaigning continues despite cancelled polls
New Anglican Bishop of Colombo elected
Psychologist told to quit, clinic closed
Petitioner claims he went blind on being tortured
Judge raps prison authorities for not carrying out court order
Escape from Libya in anarchy
Price of veges set to rise further amid tension at Dambulla Economic Centre
Showpiece highway in a rut
New appointments in diplomatic service
Focus on new measures to reduce man-beast conflict
Hospitals lack dengue-fighting Dextran
45 fishermen return from India
Photo Focus
Spoke in wheel for Kandy night motor race
Political Column
Diplomatic lapses put SL under world pressure
5th Column
Games and polls seem to rule our lives
The Economic Analysis
Will inflation be contained in 2011?
Not issued with this week
Focus on Rights
Pressing for improved democracy in Sri Lanka
Talk at the Cafe Spectator
The ups and downs of the Kfir crash
Double Take
Mrs Anumaana discovers how the Green Book inspires Sri Lanka
Column By Gomin Dayasri
Not issued with this week
  Times 2
Libya burns in civil war
Shi'ites protest in Saudi Arabia’s oil region
Opposition calls Sunni-Shiite harmony
Berlusconi's 'Ruby' hogs limelight at Vienna Ball
Fire destroys home of Slumdog child star
Impasse over Bamiyan Buddhas, 10 years on
Govt graft grips Singh
Intervention in Libya would poison the Arab revolution
Britain has one CCTV for every 32 people
The Middle East's feminist revolution
The life and times of Jane Russel
Decade of the UFO
Elite British troops and MI6 spies poised to help Libyan rebels
China ups military budget, sparks fresh security fears
  Business Times
Tea markets wary of West Asia crisis
Nation Lanka Finance rescue plan hangs in the balance
Issues of conflict at Treasury – once again
Mega hotel on Cargills property?
DCSL still in two minds to sell Lanka Bell
BOI applications not processed
Chinese exhibits in Colombo
Feature - Parents, administrators, civil society slam Lankan education system
Comment - Tea, rubber and Sri Lanka’s economy
‘Wonder of Asia’ bid by Sri Lanka comes under microscope at Colombo forum
Rs. 1 bln group revenue rise for Colombo Dockyard
Fitch downgrade of LOLC ‘reflects weakness of LOLC risk profile’
Lankan manufacturers struggle with supermarkets squeeze
HSBC concerned by Sri Lanka’s lack of progress on Tamil issues
Janashakthi 2010 revenue up at Rs. 6.8 bln, jump in profits
Stocks dip to a year-low: Star newspaper
Sri Lanka has managed its economy thro’ crises over 30 years : Cabraal
Inflation rises due to flood crisis in Feb.
Kapila Ariyaratne, new CEO at Seylan Bank
Sri Lanka’s Riston Tea Group expands wings in Russia
News in brief
Topsy-turvy market surges on Friday to Rs 7.6 bln turnover
Ban on timber harvesting in RPC lands lifted under strict CEA supervision
Soon multifunctional ATMs in Sri Lanka
DFCC Bank’s award-winning MindStar launches season 2
Ray of hope for GK depositors
UNP protests against investing EPF money in banks
Sri Lanka’s BOI chief not resigning
Bogala Graphite gets 155% YoY Net Profit boost
76% YoY consolidated revenue growth for Carson’s controlled Bukit
Colombo ASPI at 20,000?
Brandix machine operator progresses to writer with 3 books
Funday Times
Veediya Bandara flees
The Mantis -- Poem for the week
Earth Watch
Symbolic Animals in Cricket
Argentina -- Geography
Kids' World
Will Malli turn into a chicken?
Read the signals, act wisely
The focus now is to beat both Zimbabwe and New Zealand
Saved by the bell:Cricket’s new dilemma
Timing batting power play is very vital
The big pug
15 wickets rattle on day one of the ‘Battle of Maroons’
Shehan brightens drawn game at Sara Stadium
Rambukwella taking control
The policy of not working together
Defeat against Irish was too much
Schools Rugby League with ten teams in “A” Division
Sri Lankan Cricket – Special World Cup Edition
Both teams brimming over with confidence
Prince of Wales and St. Sebastian’s battle to break 33 year jinx
Jaffna Central favoured to chalk fifth win
Sri Jayawardenapura MV holds the edge
Wet blanket on exciting clash
How they saw it
Ramesh Anthony shines for CQUniversity
Professional Chemical Education for the well-being of society in a knowledge based era
7th Convocation of College of Chemical Sciences
Applications accepted for 'IT Mastermind' quiz programme
Education 'anywhere, anytime'
MSU's Foundation a quick start to a degree
B.Sc. Quantity Surveying to be conducted in Sri Lanka by the Colombo School of Construction Technology in partnership with University of Salford, UK
Check before you join up for courses of study
The Project Management Institute Sri Lanka, Colombo Chapter -
Edlocate assists universities at the Australian Education Exhibition
Engineering after A/Ls
A tribute to the former Head Mistress of Vidura College Mrs. Rohini Weerasinghe
Get information on study abroad through PAC Asia
Share your culture with others at KWANTLEN
ATMC - for exclusive careers
University of Tasmania, an affordable option for study in Australia
SAITM offers BSc. (Hons) in Multimedia, first time in Sri Lanka
Tomorrow's Mobile Technologies Today @Horizon Campus
Studying abroad provides international student with personal and academic gains
Pearson Test of English - globally accepted level of English Proficiency
ICASL awards E. C. Madhavi First in order of Merit Prize
ImperialCollege felicitates CIMA and other High Flyers
In twenty years Amal ascends step by step to levels higher…
Words don’t come easy
From pen to paint: Dayananda’s new venture
Letters to the Editor
Creepy trespassers
Yolande Bavan visits ‘all the familiar places’!
Mallika Nivasa celebrates a milestone
A piece of land to call her own
Land and women: The case for equality
Tracing Amdan and finding Emden
Visions of an Island: Real and unreal
Among the oldest Buddhists in Kerala
Storm and stress, bread and circus
RAD keeps in step with changing society
Let’s have tech- savy students
Hitting the road: mobile science labs
His greatest possession was his modesty, his greatest gift was philanthropy
He leaves a blazing trail
Events album
Magazine Articles
Tinseltown gets its style back!
Ride a Book with Juliet Coombe
Shooting the wild
Kandy: All that’s new and exciting
magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
Fusion dancing
Speaking through silence
Am I only one person?
King’s Speech crowned big winner at Oscars
TV Times Articles
New World Cup Song from C & C
Classical guitar by Umesh at the Galadari
Sohan Weerasinghe ..the X-Periments with ‘Celeb Chat’
Soul Funk Sunday-Madness in March
Cricketer tossed between father and the game
‘Hot’ hits regional TV


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