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Sharp drop in turnout at PC polls

CEB in blackout crisis

No civic rights, but Fonseka votes

Govt. slow in resuming dual citizenship

Monks break up US-sponsored seminar for journalists

Major outflow at stock market, but Geneva connection ruled out

Briton dies of heart attack after motor accident

US company to build multibillion rupee oil pipeline here

Staff of reputed auction house allegedly assault customer

Know your enemy – it’s not Facebook, it’s you

Tempers heat up over burnt transformer

Weeping and wailing as 10 men indicted for murdering a three-wheeler driver

New spin to Mahapola Fund

Owner seeks return of unutilised land acquired by UDA 30 years ago

Murmurings of discontent against SF grow louder

Treasury passes the pension gratuity buck to State banks

Fishermen cry foul over Govt. sellout by unconditional release of Indian poachers

Sri Lanka fast ‘developing’ into TB hub of Asia

NPC CM’s directives put on hold after Chief Secretary moves Supreme Court

Higher Ed. Minister seeks SLMA nod for revised gazette for private degrees

Man who allegedly killed father for want of a light, gets six years RI

Court issues notices to TCK Board

Free and fair WPC, SPC elections sans incidents amidst apparent voter apathy

‘Is this a govt. of laws or a govt. of men?’

Awareness day to sensitise people about Autism

Sexual assaults on foreign women on the rise as tourist numbers increase

Abortion research shows one in 10 women coerced by partner

New rules coming to ensure captive jumbos are cared for

Trailblazing clot-retrieval procedure saves septuagenarian’s life

Re-load racket

Fiancee recounts brutal assault on her and says she regained consciousness only in hospital

Business Times

Sri Lanka’s first houseboat in the Bentota waters

Cheated Touchwood depositors meet on Wednesday

100 year-old Gafoor building reconstruction underway

Geneva resolution “counter-productive”, says Ceylon Chamber

Have bell; no ding dong!

Shareholder woes over AGM meetings

Sea Street jewellers asked to open shops at army-built Gold Centre

National minimum wage problematic for certain sectors : EFC

Plight of ordinary Lankan depositors

Lankan insurance industry slated to undergo similar consolidation to that of finance sector

Kalhari Group to expand operations throughout Sri Lanka

Business organisations should be encouraged to have CSR policies, says JASTECA President

SriLankan Cares wins ARE Award

Royal College wins finale of Tokyo Cement multi-million rupee brain game

Major Kithul products fair in Colombo April 4-6

Incidents of unruly airline passengers on the rise :IATA

Central Bank says EPF accounts for 2011-2012 already released to the public

Chevron Lubricants Lanka concerned about lack of regulation

Mackwoods to roll out electric vehicle charging stations this year

Amana Bank CEO Salieh retiring from service

CA Sri Lanka unveils new curriculum

Indunil Liyanage obtains Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from the Colombo University

Daily Cinnamon Air flights for April Nuwara Eliya season

Mobitel’s Club Magnate partners with Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group

EU Mission to assist Sri Lanka in improving spices exports

Golden Key opts for a new business model amidst protests from depositors

Etisalat joins Dialog’s ezCash mobile money platform, in a global first

E-tel adds quad-core N3, at Rs. 21,900

Outernet, the saviour of the Internet or another big brother

Microsoft and Education Ministry to train 300 ICT teachers from April

Pirated Software – Compromising Cyber Security

MedSource expands foreign medical transcription operations to Kandy

175 year-old Lankan business association says Govt. growth target “stretched”

RAM reaffirms Lankaputhra Development Bank’s ratings

CICL offers pension scheme to Water Board employees

Good old days of English cottages, back in Nuwara Eliya

Global chain Best Western gears for 700 rooms in Sri Lanka

Sunday Times 2

MH370 debris breakthrough in new area

UN watchdog urges Obama to review deadly drone policy

Singapore uplifts English language learning facilities in Jaffna

International conference on post shelter reconstruction

Germans cherish business ties with Asia-Pacific

Beating rural poverty with Agarwood

CANSA and SLPI conduct second workshop on ‘Climate Change and Development Journalism’

Singapore crowned the best airport in the world

At UN climate talks, many seek sterner warnings of GDP losses

Act fast to protect vanishing urban wetlands

UN diplomats in bank war; money in mattresses

Turkey calls Syria security leak ‘villainous,’ blocks YouTube

The forgotten Aussie coup

‘Angels’ organ’ makes heavenly comeback

The Gulf states’ widening gulf

Selling the soul to deal with Lucifer

Unprotected railway crossings: Even presidential decrees unheeded

‘Guardian’ threatened with closure over Snowden leaks

Tragic stories emerge as US landslide toll inches up

Putin suggests to Obama ‘joint steps’ to calm Ukraine

Thai protesters rally against PM ahead of Senate vote

Tamil Nadu could shape India’s next government

French minister in the soup over ‘disgusting’ food

In between life and death

Cartoon girls capture fans for Japan’s military

Tackling inequality: Where a president meets a pope

Islamic scholars establish prizes for peace

This is the way the Afghans go to vote

Putin The rebuilding of ‘Soviet’ Russia

The many British connections to massacres of Sikhs

Japan releases world’s longest serving death row inmate

Could we condemn criminals to suffer for hundreds of years?

World execution toll rose in 2013: Amnesty

30 second test for date rape drug

Dark side of the moon

Fly brain ‘atlas’ opens door to linking human neurons to actions

Bamboo-munching giant panda also has a sweet tooth

Leaf me alone: ancient insect blended in with foliage

And the award for the best dad goes to…the owl monkey

Crows solve Aesop’s fable puzzles, offer clues to cognition

Facebook to use satellites, drones to spread the Internet

Success really does smell sweet

Fishing with otters

Anyone for a locust pizza or worm taco?

Are you addicted?

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