As the debate continues in Geneva over issues of the three decade old conflict in Sri Lanka, students from the north including Kilinochchi for the first time took part in a National Cadet Corps training camp in Rantembe after 30 years clearly benefiting from the dividends of peace. Pic By Priyantha Hewage
Government lifts SriLankan Airlines
The Cabinet has agreed to offer a Government guarantee to the fledgling Sri Lankan Airlines to obtain a ....
Colombo Museum burgled
Thieves broke into the Colombo Museum early yesterday and got away with valuable artifacts including swords and gold coins, police said.
D-Day in Geneva, both sides battle hard
Iraq offers oil to Sri Lanka
Fashion stars behind bars
Fisher families return to safe-zone Nandikadal
Switch on to conserving electricity by switching off
Luxury buses running low on comfort
It's a ‘party’for venues in Colombo
First it was the Shopping Precinct housing a host of restaurants at the former Dutch Hospital which was making the rounds and now it is 'One Street Three Venues' at Park Street Colombo 2 - all indicating Sri Lankans' appetite for eating out and more importantly, the increase in their consumer spending.
Afghan massacre suspect identified, arrives at Kansas base
The U.S. Army identified the soldier implicated in the massacre of 16 villagers in Afghanistan this week as Staff Sergeant Robert Bales, and said he arrived at a Kansas base where he will be held in a solitary cell.


‘Monty Hotel’: Luxury and adventure in Digamadulla
Ampara is one of the ancient cities in the Eastern Province with much historic importance. But when it comes to tourism, Ampara is given a cold shoulder. With many tourists’ attractions and beautiful locations, Ampara stands out in the Eastern part of Sri Lanka.


Thinking about the English visitors
Sri Lanka may have won the Cricket World Cup once, but that is not the pinnacle in cricket as a whole. What Sri Lanka won was the Limited Overs championship, but alas that is the only thing that is being bartered around by the ICC as a World Cup at preset. Yet for the purist, the topmost form of the game is Test cricket, for which there is no substitute.


IIHE enters into a Strategic Alliance with The Chartered Institute of Marketing
Imperial Institute of Higher Education (IIHE) is pleased to enter into a strategic alliance with the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Sri Lanka region. IIHE has been in the forefront of private tertiary education since 1996. Since its inception, IIHE has maintained its standards in offering high quality education.


India: To be or not to be with Lanka

Sri Lanka's High Commissioner in New Delhi may have committed a diplomatic indiscretion by having referred to the "friendship" that certain Tamil Nadu legislators and politicians have had with the LTTE.

Rajapaksa Govt. faces uphill battle in Geneva -- Political Column
A week that will be a milestone in Sri Lanka's contemporary history begins tomorrow. On Thursday, the UN Human Rights Council will take for voting a United States-backed resolution, described as "non-condemnatory," on Sri Lanka. Among its co-sponsors are France, Norway, Nigeria and Cameroon.
Is the 2009 war victory, a licence to plunder? -- Focus on Rights

There is a fundamental fallacy in believing that the fortunes of Sri Lanka will rise or fall solely on the outcome of the US draft resolution due to be taken up before the 19th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva this coming week.

A doctor bent on putting things straight
As 16-year-old Meshari Fahim on his feet with a “straighter backbone” hopes to get back to his studies soon and contact sports in about a year, his “hero” has only a simple explanation to offer. The need is not only to know “what to do” but “when to stop” without pushing it a little more, says eminent ‘Brain and Spine’ Surgeon, Dr. K. Sridhar from India in all humility.


They fought the colonial masters
The Ceylon National Congress formed in 1919 kept on pressing for constitutional reforms and self-government. The national leaders were very active in the 1920s demanding an elected majority in the Legislative Council.


Retina shift: Don’t linger, treat now
They are described as the “windows” through which men, women and children “view” the world. But how many of us give them due thought......for in the blink of an eye there could be darkness. Responsible for channelling much of the information our brain receives, the eyes are considered “very sensitive” and “delicate”, MediScene understands.




Government lifts SriLankan Airlines
D-Day in Geneva, both sides battle hard
Colombo Museum burgled
Lanka boycotts C’ wealth Day reception
Iraq offers oil to Sri Lanka
SF can’t be tried before 2 courts for the same offence: HC Judge
Fashion stars behind bars
Fisher families return to safe-zone Nandikadal
Police used brutal force on a peaceful rally, MPs say
Matale man sold dog meat, saying it was venison
Day-to-day hardship killing voter enthusiasm for polls
Detective journalist busts doctorate racket
GMOA to strike for increased transport allowance
Army, Police claim ‘mistaken identity’ while victim insists he was target
ASP’s arrest is biggest bribery case in 10 months
Switch on to conserving electricity by switching off
Two new Lichens from Horton Plains
Zoo probes unfortunate death of Rosi the camel
Consider the children
PS member questioned by CID
Mahamodera (PBU) to undergo long overdue facelift
Bodies of mother, child flown back to UAE sans postmortem
Luxury buses running low on comfort
Collated results of research bring new hope of ridding deadly scourge: Health official
Unpopular prawns cause major profit loss
Political Column
Rajapaksa Govt. faces uphill battle in Geneva
5th Column
Quaking in their billion dollar boots!
The Economic Analysis
Consumption habits and trade deficit: Be Sri Lankan and buy Sri Lankan
Not issued on this week
Focus on Rights
Is the 2009 war victory, a licence to plunder?
Talk at the Cafe Spectator
Controversy over Ban's proposed visit to Lumbini
From the sidelines
Not issued on this week
  Business Times
It's a ‘party’for venues in Colombo
Construction industry plagued by delayed payments
Tourism boom seen at T20 tourney in Sept
Sri Lanka examines the oil, gas reservoir potential
My Cola in glass bottles
More than 10 attend Trinco Port pre-bid meet
Sri Lanka's Expo fair returns
Comment - Geneva and the 'lemon puff' hero
Singapore - the part Sri Lankans don't know
Mackwoods open to other IPOs after Mackwoods Energy goes public
Sri Lankan companies urged to ascertain legality of its software
“Union threaten pull-out of key labour body”
Standard Chartered innovates to carve out a niche in SME servicing
ComBank to expand to Nepal, Myanmar, Cambodia and Indonesia
SL economy volatility will raise prices :Top corporate
HP, STC and Etisalat join forces in Technology live video interview web portal launched
KPMG in Sri Lanka marks 115 years of service
Sri Lanka's broking industry overcrowded : RAM
Cisco Student Industry Training Programme launched in SL
More Community Development Projects from Munchee CSR Initiative
Forte launches new logo, website
Hemas 'Piyawara' marks 10 years, helps over 3000 children across SL
Central Bank lowers 2012 economic growth forecast to 7.2% from 8%
Ad-Creative scholarship to elevate Sri Lankan advertising
Mangala Perera, new executive director at C.W. Mackie
Top professionals launch new investment management company
Leading the export market with fruits and vegetables
Local newspaper forecasts are unreliable, says Cabraal
Seminar for shippers and exporters
Lanka Aluminium Launches Concept Centre for New Product Range
Holcim unit, Geocycle working on energy generation from garbage
Top HSBC executive in Sri Lanka
'Garments without Guilt' conferred leadership in CSR award
Increased interest generated by new operators, says industry
National Carrier on wing to assist Maldives Tourism
SriLankan Airlines on the ‘Silk Route’
Top resort owner Sonu at Colombo ‘Sustainable Tourism’ forum
Japan further relaxes travel advisory to Sri Lanka
Shangri-La to open Maldives' first full size golf course
Appropriate housing solutions for low income groups in Colombo city
JKH trades send turnover soaring
Retina shift: Don’t linger, treat now
The enemy behind the friend
Diabetes: Lifestyle changes can help keep it at bay
Clarification to the article on weaning published on Jan 15
Could your child be having ADHD?
Words don’t come easy for them
A daily cup of tea, for a healthy heart and body
All you have to know about MMR vaccine
Forget the fruits, go for the veggies
India: To be or not to be with Lanka
SLC official reacts to Mahela’s statement
Thinking about the English visitors
‘Keep rugby clean’ cries IRB
Better play Golf better
Bowlers give England convincing win
Kodagoda tops twenty thousand mark
Army clinch sevens trophy
Anthonians stun Trinity
Caltex threaten to pull out
Shihan, Ishan and Mapa lead Colts fight back
Thomians regain Mustang Trophy, but confusion prevailed
Free for all or all for free
Madawa, Thenuka, Kavindu guide Royal Panadura
Sanka Ramesh saves Moratu MV
Jaffna Central in easy win
Tame draw at Horana
Navy outclass Ratnam to be Champion of Champions
Magazine Articles
Taking the rails to ‘uncharted territory’
Who said only men are car crazy!
What is the distance between a whale and an elephant? Check your iphone
Holi colours on the Taj Lawn
magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
Free apps to help you top the class
The face that launched a million tweets
An original musical for our time
Drip, drip, drip
The injustice of difference
TV Times Articles
Damian to join Purple Rain reunion concert tonight
Steps & Strides: Lanka Dancesport Council opens the floor at the 80 Club.
Dr. Seuss in town
First International Theatre Festival goes on the board
“Kuweni” comes back
Colombo Music Festival: Woodstock of Sri Lanka
Dancing Ishara on top
Isipathana Isisara
‘Monty Hotel’: Luxury and adventure in Digamadulla
IIHE enters into a Strategic Alliance with The Chartered Institute of Marketing
“Cultural Splendour “ – 2012 at Wycherley
My experience: Sri Lankan studying Law at Durham University
SLIIT enrols students from Asia and Africa for new intake
A virus vaccine, but not a virus CRICOS Provider Code 00025B
An evening for future leaders
Study at WINTEC- ‘Create your World’
International Youth Summer Camp 2012
Mustansir: ‘Valparaiso University is beginning to feel like a second home’
After your O/L’s, Study in Malaysia –“Great Value for Money”
Edexcel Professional Diploma in Teaching now offered by Gateway Graduate School in Colombo and Kandy
IPM opens branch in Jaffna
Gateway introduces Scratch Programming to young learners
Bankhill International Educare Institute:
Kadirgamar Institute links up with the Indian Council of World Affairs in New Delhi
  Times 2
Afghan massacre suspect identified, arrives at Kansas base
O, Miranda!
India seeks Interpol warrants for Iranians
Gaddafi intelligence chief arrested
George Clooney released after being arrested at Sudan protest
China exerts rare public pressure on N.Korea over missile plan
Samsung insider leaks 'iPad Mini'
Guys at the grill
A new chapter in human history
India's Democratic Tempest
Massacres, emails, and a modern Marie Antoinette
Uncle Sam a guiding hand to 24-year-old Parliamentarian
A doctor bent on putting things straight
Letters to the Editor
Ideas will blossom with Ikebana master artist
An elegant drape from Umbartha
An “old policeman” who keeps coming back
‘Karney Amma’s’ lifetime of commitment and care
A fountain of spray and then ‘magnificence’ itself
Tackle poverty, then let’s talk conservation
Chrysanthie back with plenty of “oomph”
A book of clippings unveils man behind amazing sculptures
Sky’s the limit for Paris quartet
Lanka’s first wind instrument orchestra to trumpet a new chapter
‘V-Day’ 2012- Celebrating woman in all her avatars
Italian inspirations heralds Season Premiere concert by the Chamber Music Society of Colombo
An island built on water
When yahoos trash google, all of us try not to giggle!
Take a bow!
People and events
  Funday Times
They fought the colonial masters
Revision of Sound -- Science
My toys -- Poem for the week
Earth Watch
Terrorism 1952 - 2000 -- World History
Kids' World
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