Mr. Kuhanathan receiving treatment at the intensive care unit of the Jaffna Hospital.
US delivers demarche: Refer LLRC report to UNHRC

The United States has delivered a demarche to Sri Lanka that it wants the final report of the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) discussed at the 19th sessions of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva in March next year.

Humanitarian operation: Defence Ministry report tomorrow

The Ministry of Defence is to release a 161-page report titled 'Humanitarian Operation - Factual Analysis' at a formal ceremony tomorrow justifying the use of military force to defeat the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in May 2009.

Indian company rigged to drill Mannar basin free of taxes
KDU to explore post-conflict development challenges
Ranil links Lanka’s demand with South Sudan’s C’wealth entry
Sea Lotus Park: Resort on the golden sands of Trinco
Whether you love to do snorkeling or Scuba diving in exotic ocean waters or sun-bathe on palm fringed beaches, Trincomalee is the place to be. It is a land of miles of sun kissed beaches, where the world’s beautiful sun rise over the bays is just free of charge.
Combined bid to promote Sri Lanka
Hot on the heels of a stakeholder convergence in a common strategy to promote tourism, is a current discussion by the tourism sector, SriLankan Airlines, the Tea Board and the Export Development Board to maximise promoting the country through a joint campaign also using Sri Lankan foreign missions abroad.
US debt crisis now a race against time
Spurred on by President Barack Obama, US lawmakers set the stage late Friday for a frantic beat-the-clock weekend effort to avert a catastrophic debt default sure to rattle the world economy.
Oh, to have the Kangaroos on the hop
The Sri Lanka Inter-Provincial T-20 tournament is in full steam and we see and read about the performances at individual and team level. We especially keep hearing about the heroics of young Dinesh Chandimal and also the exploits of Kumar Sangakkara – two batsmen of two age groups and two different skill levels, but both are equally effective even in the shortest version of the game.
Creative Solutions and Four Corners thrive in software business
Creative Solutions and Four Corners, which started its operations in 1999 has climbed up the ladder to become one of the leading IT players in the country,mostly due to the innovative use of modern technology to cater to the needs of customers in local and foreign markets.
Communal politics must end

The July 23 Local council elections were significant in more ways than one. One irrefutable fact in favour of the Government is that these LG elections, however flawed they may have been, were conducted in the Northern Province after nearly three decades; one having to concede that flawed elections are better than no elections.

UNP at dead end: Karu cajoled to challenge Ranil -- Political Column
There was a grossly bizarre aspect to the latest crisis to engulf the country's tottering main opposition United National Party (UNP) this week. Either wittingly or unwittingly, its leader Ranil Wickremesinghe triggered off another battle for his position as party leader.
Holding back popular rebellion -- Focus on Rights

During the past week, we have seen an incongruous if not remarkably imaginative theory being propounded by government propagandists. In brief, this theory attempts to interpret the defeat of the ruling party in local government elections in the north and the east to vindicate their argument that the regime is committed to a democratic Sri Lanka.

A celebration in more ways than one

As ‘Trail’ completed its journey from Dondra to Jaffna with the aim of raising USD 2 million to build a paediatric cancer ward for the Jaffna Teaching Hospital, Sarinda Unamboowe, one of the main movers behind the effort shares his feelings about their 670km, 27-day marathon

Coinage over centuries
Coins have been used in Sri Lanka since pre-Christian times. The chronicles, Buddhist literature and inscriptions refer to the earliest coins known as 'kahapana' – a silver coinage which had come from India. They were rectangular pieces of silver of an average weight of 56 grams, on which were impressed various punch marks on both sides.
US delivers demarche: Refer LLRC report to UNHRC
Humanitarian operation: Defence Ministry report tomorrow
Norway killer for Muslims’ eviction from Sri Lanka
Army thwarts Pillayan’s bid to free bank robbery suspect
President orders review of GF project
Uthayan news editor brutally attacked
Developed nations may adopt protectionist policies
Indian company rigged to drill Mannar basin free of taxes
KDU to explore post-conflict development challenges
Oral submissions by Prosecution on Sep. 9
Lanka seeks urgent meeting with Indian Minister on fishing dispute
Ranil links Lanka’s demand with South Sudan’s C’wealth entry
‘The people of the north and east have spoken, now the govt. must listen’
Lanka to get WiFi zones
Sigiriya frescoes threatened by construction work, warns activist
Creating a Rwanda for Rwandese
Now, Sinharaja under ‘road-threat’
Villagers block junction demanding solution to Human-Elephant Conflict
Ex-DIG Traffic warns cops against misleading signals to motorists
London bound bank-robber family had inside help
UGC dissolves SE Uni Council two months before expiry
Teledramas should not disrupt studies, says President
Kap ceremony to launch Kandy perahera
Missing NGO worker’s body found in partly built house
7-year search for missing Lieutenant ends in cemetery
High rejected votes due to lack of voter education: monitors
Kumari’s selfless courage, guides her visually impaired family to success
MIRACLE or CORRUPTION: More palmyrah plants on Kalpitiya highway
Veggies and faecal matter at the Dambulla Market
Order for clean lunch boxes
CBK’s morning after thoughts
Lesson from Bangladesh: Electoral system begs a change
Political Column
UNP at dead end: Karu cajoled to challenge Ranil
5th Column
Oh Karu, Judas would have blushed!
The Economic Analysis
Debt and deficit: Deficit and debt: A vicious cycle
Not issued on this week
Focus on Rights
Holding back popular rebellion
Talk at the Cafe Spectator
Islamophobia of the Western media
From the sidelines
Not issued on this week
  Business Times
Combined bid to promote Sri Lanka
Recently listed HVA Foods plans 2020 global listing
Brakes on Union Bank F&G deal
Powerful Sri Lankans import vehicles with bogus documents
Suspicious sand shipment from Hambantota port
COMMENT - Tourism: teething problems
What you should know when stuck in traffic (Part I)
More intrigue on hedging deals !
Nawaloka Hospital's ratings held up by RAM, even despite space, personnel, liquidity issues
Justice K. Sripavan to deliver ICASL Annual Tax Oration
Batticaloa attempts to promote its assets to investors
Emirates opens new office in Colombo
More opportunities available for investment in Hambantota
Susantha takes over as CCC Chairman
Mobile payments 'mainstream' in 4 years : KPMG study
Plans to introduce electronic voting in SL : Presidential Secretary
Sri Lanka’s Commerce Minister to be featured in Fortune China magazine
No Economy Class upgrade to Business Class on SriLankan Airlines anymore
Project Sri Lanka as “Only virgin Girl on the beach” –PBJ tells tourist industry
Belgolux-Sri Lanka Business Council signs MoU with Ceylon Chamber of Commerce
National Insurance Trust Fund to extend its wings to SAARC countries
RAM upholds MBSL's 'AA-' and 'P1' ratings
Sri Lanka should focus more on India : Koshy Mathai
Lankan entrepreneur wins ‘International Businessman of The Year Award’ in the US
Sri Lanka Police get Mahindra Scorpio Jeeps
Walkers Tours introduces SUVs to Fleet
Indian supercars slice through traffic in convoy
30-year AMW-Yamaha bond creates new motor cycle culture in Sri Lanka
Mahindra’s ‘Genio’ pickup to hit the Sri Lankan market in September
UN HR Rapporteur denied access to Sri Lanka since June 2009
Sri Lanka’s Aitken Spence Group opens exclusive Ayurveda resort
Transaction volumes through SLIPS grows by 32%
Awakening of a Southern city on rugged terrain
JKH 2011/2012 Q1 group revenue at Rs. 15.69 bln, up 21% YoY
Awaiting relief from the retail sector
CB to strictly monitor investment funds set up by banks
Can’t stamp risk out; only minimize it
Free Hold
Creative Solutions and Four Corners thrive in software business
DIMO delivers the first batch of vehicles to Ministry of Defence
"Maintain consumer promise and loyalty is vital for market growth"
An exclusive preview of Chrissy Rozairo's brides
20 Years of trusted excellence
Communal politics must end
Oh, to have the Kangaroos on the hop
The show of shows on Friday
Lankan ‘A’ lose grip and fall prey
Navy ends Kandy’s unbeaten run
Malinga out of the two T-20s
Havies turn tables at Longden Place
Prithieraj OJSC president
Gajaba Supercross on August 28
The expensive blessing
The role of the citing commissioner and discipline
The Sri Lankan Team for the games is as follows:
Fifty five athletes for University Games in China
Is the SLRFU faltering
Six athletes triumph at national meets and establish new records!
In Appreciation to Gerard Wijekulasuriya
RRU formed to safeguard riders
Football is a living for a few people
Percy 75 not out
Saints quad from Aug 21
“This little country can be the best in the world”: Deshmanya Mahesh Amalean
Achievers does it again!
Edith Cowan University Postgraduate Workshop
ICASL's "Sisunena" programme enlightens thousands of students
APIIT Law for an internal British Degree
25th Anniversary celebration of the BENS 86 Batch
Fast Track Marketing qualifications
After A/Ls select the right path - join IBSL
"CIMA @ WISDOM" where ordinary becomes great..!!
Outbound Training for Teachers of Gateway College
Australian Skills shortage is real despite the government enhancing GSM criteria
Nalanda Ranaviru Upahara
Wycherley Kiddies' Activity Day
Multiple offers from Truman: Laknath
Is the 12 Month MBA the best?
Dream of getting your MBBS or Bsc
Fulfil your dreams of quality Australian education
CIMA Spellmaster - two more bow out
Dr Madeleine Ogilvie presents workshop to Sri Lankan graduates
Edith Cowan University Postgraduate Workshop
Horizon College International (HCI), Malabea
Rewarding career opportunity with
Armenian connection
Architectural Education is a broad based teaching and learning process
MATRIX for your career development in IT


A celebration in more ways than one
A night of excellence
If Megan can do it, so can others
Blue Haven after a bumpy ride to Jaffna
Veggie with a vengeance!
From Kithulgala to Kanchanaburi: On the trail of the Death Railway
How we all appear to have taken a holiday
Chronic renal failure in NCP and arsenic: Science versus myth
When the going got tough and steep
Magazine Articles
Mediterranean blue
Go shopping for Lankan goods in London shop
Shehan back home with pen and notepad
magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
More than just words
EDM The sounds of this generation
Importance of Global Zero
"Dressup" your wardrobe
Open source opening doors to IT
TV Times Articles
Cinema of Sakura blooms
Rajitha back with Bakamuna
Sea Lotus Park: Resort on the golden sands of Trinco
Spotlight on ex-generation band
  Times 2
US debt crisis now a race against time
Somalia drought a conspiracy: Rebels
Gunmen kill 11 in Pak sectarian attack
Arab regimes' fears focus on Ramadan
Norway killer planned more attacks, say police
British investigator at heart of scandal 'was told to hack'
Turkey in turmoil as military top brass quit
General's murder exposes rebel disunity
Syrians defy the military despite mounting death toll
India opposition in damage control over $3.6 bln mining scandal
Northern Ireland: Writing is on the wall again
Indian maharaja's tiger-hunting Rolls may fetch $1 million
An instant hit with Indian media and masses alike
US withdrawal from Iraq: The kingdom betrayed
What failed in Norway?
Funday Times
Coinage over centuries
Fun Maths and Science
My August holidays -- Poem for the week
Earth Watch
The Spanish Civil War 1936-1939 -- World History
Kids' World
Learn with Gihan: Birds of Sri Lanka -- Number 33


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