In the wake of a row over the use of a room at the CMC premises, ASP Anil Priyantha is seen taking away the key after he locked the room which the UPFA members used as the opposition leader’s office. Pic by Indika Handuwala
Govt. adamant on takeover bill
The government stood firm last night in its efforts to go ahead with the takeover of 37 business ventures considered ....
Govt. blocks more websites, all must register
More news websites were blocked yesterday as the Government said those carrying news relating to Sri Lanka should register with it – prompting strong protests by the main opposition United National Party.
Mayor-UPFA in row over CMC room
Down come inter-monsoonal rains and with it the dangers
Chaos at Colombo Port creates traffic jams
Price hikes fuel market fears
Dengue deaths are preventable if proper procedures are followed
Baby Sanari enters record books as SL’s member to the 7 billion club
Anatomy of a case of jealousy, cold-blooded murder and reprisals
Stepping into the world of classical ballet
Entering the Galle Fort ramparts is always a voyage into another era, but what makes this experience of time travel complete this time is the enchanting classical music that ushers us in as we ascend the creaking, wooden staircase that leads to a dimly-lit hall in the Maritime Museum building.
Controversial law figures in WB discussions
Controversial, proposed legislation to revive underperforming enterprises and underutilised assets through acquisition figured prominently during discussions visiting World Bank Vice President for South Asia Isabel Guerrero had with Sri Lanka’s private sector with the latter raising concerns that this is an impediment to investment.
Millions of Muslims begin hajj rites, gather at Arafat
More than 2.5 million Muslim pilgrims began the rites of the annual hajj pilgrimage, leaving the holy city of Mecca for Mount Arafat, where the prophet Mohammed is believed to have delivered his final hajj sermon.


Go for a radical change in cricket
It was a balmy Wednesday morning in late 1982. I got on to my motorbike to check out on a piece of information that I had received the previous night.


Magic Clean promotes health and hygiene among rural and urban homes
Harpic and Lysol, two of Reckitt Benckiser's market leading brands in household cleaning and disinfection, have scaled up their CSR programme, the Magic Clean campaign, which aims to educate and create awareness among the general public on the importance of cleanliness of toilets and other surface areas of the home.


Relief for the people

The portfolio of finance has been considered too important to be left in the hands of anybody but the head of state. Such a policy sends a positive signal that the head of state takes personal responsibility for the health of the economy and takes sound decisions and corrective measures just as the head of a household does in keeping with the fatness of the family purse. Much is expected of a President as Finance Minister.

Grave concern over the effects of urgent bill -- Political Column
Sitting on top of a six billion rupee empire extending to several spheres, he is easily one of Sri Lanka's top notch business entrepreneurs. Apparel, sugar, electronics, computer software, aviation and construction are just a few among them.
Getting to the truth of Nandikadal - part two -- Focus on Rights

Continuing the discussion on the vexed question as to what accountability means to Sri Lanka which was focused on in last week's column, it needs to be emphasized that ultimately the truth as to what happened in Nandikadal in May 2009 has to be part of a larger and more inclusive process of justice in Sri Lanka based on the Rule of Law and seen to be equal in effect to all Sri Lankans.

A day to remember
This was no ordinary mother-daughter duo – they are the pioneers who have put Sri Lanka well and truly on the transplant map. For they are the first donor-recipient pair of a 24-hour “living donor liver transplantation” that a trailblazing team of doctors from the Kelaniya Medical Faculty performed without much fanfare at the Nawaloka Hospital in Colombo on October 15.


The end of King Mayadunne
The Portuguese succeeded in chasing away the Sitawaka army that attacked the city. The Sinhala forces which were camping close to the fort, dug a tunnel up to the security point of St. Sebastian. The Portuguese devised another method to arrest the Sinhala army.


Australian College of Higher Learning (ACHL) to offer Australian Certified Diplomas in Sri Lanka
Australian College of Higher Learning (ACHL) proudly announces their Launch on Saturday 26 November 2011 at 9:00am at Wesley College Hall, Borella, followed by an Open Day from 10:30am to 4:00pm.
Govt. adamant on takeover bill
Mayor-UPFA in row over CMC room
Govt. blocks more websites, all must register
Multi- million-dollar IT complex to be built by Chinese firm
Lanka in final lap goes for C’wealth gold
President to attend SAARC summit
Horrific crash leaves one dead
Down come inter-monsoonal rains and with it the dangers
World’s longest dragonfly migration via Sri Lanka?
Chaos at Colombo Port creates traffic jams
Websites be aware of defamation, character assassination
Powerless for six months: Farmer calls for probe
Price hikes fuel market fears
Dengue deaths are preventable if proper procedures are followed
Stroke strikes 1 in 100 within Colombo
Baby Sanari enters record books as SL’s member to the 7 billion club
Three-wheelers’ days are metered as supply outstrips demand
Anatomy of a case of jealousy, cold-blooded murder and reprisals
Galgamuwa tusker in sanctuary for now
Hit and run vehicle kills a leopard in Yala
When Harper bit more than he could spew
Police power to search premises without search warrant restricted
D.A. Rajapaksa- the pulse of Ruhuna
Development or waste
Fake snail bait seller remanded
Political Column
Grave concern over the effects of urgent bill
5th Column
Playing a brazen double game
The Economic Analysis
Import substitution: Is it a pragmatic economic policy?
Not issued with this week
Focus on Rights
Getting to the truth of Nandikadal - part two
Talk at the Cafe Spectator
Agony ring for historic baby
From the Sidelines
Media, propaganda and post-CHOGM realities
  Business Times
Controversial law figures in WB discussions
Desktop computer era out; In - mobility
SEC: It's the market not Malik
Farmers’ pension scheme collapses
Leopard Capital’s local unit closes
Govt. changes new visa processing fee rules
Comment - Checks and balances
Gravity brings property back to earth
Towards a pension scheme for the elderly
3 mln Sri Lankans working abroad will solve all our problems : Amunugama
EFC to help SMEs to increase productivity, improve working conditions using low cost strategies
Swiss Airlines flies into Colombo thro' Edelweiss Air
Haycarb unit in one-of-its-kind waste water management project
Commercial Leasing gets finance company licence, to go public soon
United Motors says highest ever first half profits in 2011/12
PC House introduces Marbella GPS
New firm offers investors a full service including settling down and facilitating investments
Expolanka Holdings posts Rs. 668 million post tax profit
SL to facilitate Aeturnum's sales push into Singapore, Malaysia
Android Forum to be held here on Nov 8
Training programme
University courses easily structured, allow students to do other assignments
ILO warns world heading for a new and deeper jobs recession, more social unrest
Infotel 2011 to accelerate IT
Industry Ministry to develop comprehensive rubber database
Nestle Lanka lifts revenues in 9-mth performance
Ceylinco Diabetes Centre promotes diabetes screening in November
IBM unveils new Smart Cloud Services for enterprises
Sri Lankan delegation to attend top construction conference in Vietnam
Regulatory and policy making institute for food industry launched
Sri Lankan economy has fewer problems compared to many others : Cabraal
Munchee - no niche in the ‘Seeni Bola’ industry
Crisis-hit Pelwatte Sugar says rights issue postponed
Sri Lanka's Jan-Aug exports reach $6.9 bln, industries & agro drive earnings
Top US companies urge new Internet trade rules
G20 exporters to ease debt crisis hit
Microsoft Unlimited partners HSBC to empower youth
Maldives resorts drive Aitken Spence growth
CDB shows 141% growth in profit-after-tax for 1H 2011/12
First Capital says tax reversal decision boosts profits
EPF investments are long term, of sound value
Finance companies primed for explosive growth
Chemanex subsidiary to make super absorbent for diapers
Sampath's net profit up 51%, despite Rs. 29 mln forex losses
Creating awareness on investing in the Colombo bourse
A day to remember
He did it: Lanka’s ‘green man’ is the winner
Letters to the Editor
This race is for my mother
Danangi’s success story shows the way to other Down Syndrome children
Lionel Wendt all set for Festival of Arts once again
Veteran filmmaker’s venture draws a blank
Pain in different shapes
Pusswedilla to attend ‘Peece Summit’ once again
Experiencing the majesty and glory of the traditional hymns
Feel the tranquillity of Viharagala Bungalow
Not much spice
Cinnamon Lakeside goes Hollywood
A celebration of the differences and unity of humanity
In search of the written Malay word lost in the passage of time
Live out a legacy like the Lion City
Maithri launches ‘Sudu Weli’ CD in Sydney
Shantha Sevana: A haven for the terminally ill
People and events
Relief for the people
SLC elections on or before December 15
Go for a radical change in cricket
MAS Unichela, MAS Active and Sampath Bank win first games
Central Kings jolted by Jaffna Challengers
Lankans hit back despite Younis ‘ton’
It’s the player on the field who matters
Golf ‘Club’ Challenge - Puffin away
No room for unqualified and unregistered individuals – Prof. Arjuna de Silva
Royal down DSS to win schools squash
Thrown out
Your place in the batting orderBy Rev. Bro. Nimal Gurusinghe
Seetha Devi Balika hockey champs
Ruwantilleke retained as captain
Junior Hockey Nationals from Nov 11 to 13 in Kandy
Jaffna University in the lead
Finish line drawn for Sugathadasa renovation
Tremendous drive features Revata cricketers this year
Rajans morale sky-high; Focus on captain Sadun
Colombo Night Races set to blaze streets on Dec 16, 17
Handball: Target is to see most schools take the sport by 2013
D.S. Polonowita wins AmCham Challenge Trophy
Skipper Kaushal Silva follows a line of illustrious predecessors
Australian College of Higher Learning (ACHL) to offer Australian Certified Diplomas in Sri Lanka
CIMA with Gajendra
Students from Kalutara praise Cross Roads 2011
Rivil guide students to York St John University, UK
The biotech sector appreciates the way Box Hill Institute trains its students
Graduateship programme in chemistry for the 34th year
Pro Vice Chancellor to launch new UK university centre
Monash University Malaysia presents Appreciation Award to Aspirations Education for outstanding performance
Jonathan back in Colombo
Virtusa Merit Awards for ICBT Campus students
IIHE Opens New Campus- Creating greater opportunities in Higher Education
Sri Lanka's first outdoor 'Fitness Fiesta & Zumba Party' was a success!
ICPA Sri Lanka can help you fulfil your aspirations
Edlocate Participates at the Adyapana Exhibition 2011
A night filled with music, food, and high energy
The importance of phonics education Kindergarten to grade Three
BCAS Campus open up its Batticaloa campus
Oxford College of Business produces more World Prize Winners for ABE
Colombo Institute of Research & Psychology introduces new Programmes
GTCC conducts Management Training for new and future Managers of RSCs (C,NW,WN), NWSDB
APIIT Law School excels at National Moot Court Competition
Medigain service awards night 2011- Recognizing and celebrating the commitment and achievements of employees
Raffles students explore new 'Dimensions'
International dimensions of Management
A locally and internationally recognized Marketing in Sinhala
Study in the UK and receive up to £7,500 in Scholarships
The Petals of Kuda Kusum BMV Flower Big
Devananda MMV ahead of its time
Paving a meaningful path
Magazine Articles
Nothing like a good cuppa!
Relish the human touch of 19th century novelists
Carrots in a cage
Stepping into the world of classical ballet
When the creatures came out for eerie opening of ‘Yacht Cabin Cabanas’
magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
Robotic battle out
The photograph
Interact Week- bringing Interactors together
Full steam ahead to Jaffna
TV Times Articles
A fabulous date for anyone’s diary
Asanka shines with ‘Scintillate’
‘In Time’ a life with numbered days
Inter Act introduces ‘Dance Theatre’
Watawala brings 'the tea cup' to Colombo
Continental triumphs at Black Box Culinary Competition
‘South African Winemakers Dinner’ tonight at MLH
  Times 2
Millions of Muslims begin hajj rites, gather at Arafat
Greek Premier wins vote, but debt crisis far from over
Israeli navy intercepts Gaza-bound boats
Colombian leftist guerrilla leader Alfonso Cano killed
Jackson jury fails to agree verdict on first day
US general sacked over Karzai comments
Peace in Libya? You're joking
Pak film: Can we kill in the name of God?
Return of Russian power
Gloating over Gaddafi's gruesome murder
One U.S. veteran attempts suicide every 80 minutes
The whole internet 'weighs the same as a strawberry'
Funday Times
The end of King Mayadunne
Cosine Ratio
Wealth, Health,Wisdom -- Poem for the week
Earth Watch
A Return to Sri Lanka
Prague -- Geography
Kids' World
Free Hold
Magic Clean promotes health and hygiene among rural and urban homes
Alumex appointed as Strategic Sponsor of the Sri Lanka Institute of Architects 2011 / 2012
"A Ray of Hope" - Ekamuthu Oray Makkal Unity Mission Trust & Website launched
Eneloop rechargeable batteries debut in Sri Lanka
HNB Officers' Union Central Regional Meeting a huge success
Nation Lanka Equities set Eastern Eagles to Soar at Carlton Sevens
Rain gutter - revolutionary method to tap rubber during rainy season
Dealer of the Year - PCL Solutions outperforms international companies
Channa President of the Lanka Microfinance Practitioner's Association
Grand Homes and Constructions - Creating exceptional home modifications and building quality homes for more than 15 years
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