Vol. 32, No. 23
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ISSN: 1391 - 0531
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Situation Report

9th November 1997


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Front Page

  • Battle rocks corruption commission
  • Strangers in MPs' housing complex
  • LTTE hits from the rear
  • Rumpus over UNP focus
  • Ranil outlines alternative
  • News/Comment

  • With 10% off, more will take to computers
  • Saudi Government gives free seats for deportees
  • Bar in office
  • Port project: CMU declares action week
  • New route to Vanni
  • Microsoft to set up tech lab here
  • Kalutara media out of bus
  • Expo delegate urges fairer trade
  • Main ragging suspect expelled from Varsity
  • Who's telling the truth?
  • Rain in lighter vein
  • LSSP calls for support
  • New pilots: is someone pulling strings?
  • Dairy not Daily
  • Customs files case after 13 years
  • Ranil calls for needs-based Devolution
  • Yala Chief says come, it's safe
  • GL's Budget bouncers
  • Empty words, says UNP MP
  • Many disinterested, others indifferent
  • Who delayed the budget preamble?
  • No strings on LTTE ban, says US
  • War on words in the Israeli conflict
  • Editorial/Opinion

  • The Editorial - *Prudent spending *Fly by might
  • The Political Column -A shame or a sham? Corruption Commission explodes in crisis: Nelum Gamage speaks out
  • Situation Report - Oliver-gate interview takes new twists and turns - Glorious act clouded by antics
  • The Fifth Column - Patches, catches and matches
  • Taraki's Column - LTTE takes battle to the US courts
  • Rajpal Abeynayake's Column - Peace and the quid pro quo
  • Hulftsdorp Hill by Mudliyar - Making a monster in our Black Hole
  • The Special Assignment - Budget :nice talk and good ideas but... The question is implementation
  • The Jungle Telegraph - *Quotable quotes *Only Tamil Chelvam *Man of letters *Cell bills * Not insured
  • Plus

  • The prodigal comes back
  • Arts
  • Treebute
  • Fighting to keep tradition alive
  • Who says there is no war in Colombo?
  • Reality of war and our ignorance
  • Where sensation held sway:History of the Ceylon Police
  • Child labour: crushing them young
  • An idealism out of realism
  • The Liszt legend
  • 'The dangers of waging peace': Assignment Colombo
  • People
  • Jungle awakes
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Sports

  • Debacle in the dew for Lanka
  • World Tel bonanza for Sanath
  • Sprint queen's dash for cash checked
  • Akram, Younis blamed
  • Dayaratne as school tennis co-ordinator
  • Lankan cricketers in Italian team
  • Favourites in rugby quarters
  • Lanka visit by Kieran Fallon
  • Bradby Shield plaque
  • Trinco Joes are favoured for title
  • Madugalle as Match Referee again
  • Umpires should not coach - Francis
  • ‘I may be killed if I try to change politics’
  • It’s just not cricket
  • Lewis - one of the four greatest
  • Colombo Tea Traders on top again
  • Business

  • Big business bouquets for budget
  • Vanik back on Capital Radio
  • 'Local textile industry on road to grave'
  • Budget boost for agriculture
  • Boost for equity but blow for debt market
  • CIMA takes measures to win faith on corporate accounts
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