Sunday October 03, 2004
NIC issue: Consensus closer
Tax on vehicles entering Colombo city
Blow to the breathalyzer
Five Karuna loyalists killed
JVP wants MPs' pension scrapped
Present here
Govt. hunt for politicos’ weapons
Another Jaffna resident wants to return to his land in the HSZ
JVP wants fuel subsidy for less privileged
End violence, stop child recruitment: US tells LTTE
Govt. peace council a non-starter?
Once it was lost, then found, but now it’s in pieces
Child trafficking, sexual abuse on the increase
Parents frustrated over new admissions circular
Shutters up for Sarath in London
President’s office explains release of two texts
Hero in life, hero in death
Supreme Court defers news editor’s transfer
Another bus fare increase?
Galle Fort residents set for battle
Crisis in premier state IT institute
Playing Russian roulette with medical degrees
Financial Times
$100 million SME stimulus plan ready
Debt-ridden Vanik invests in leisure sector
SEC compounds insider dealing offence against former boss
Informatics accuses IFS of siphoning profits
Bizarre end to SEC case (Comment)
Investors want 'One stop shop' concept under the BOI 
Gemstation:Evolution of the gem industry 
The day Mother Lanka wept for wasted people’s power
Infomation Communications Technology 
Goldsmiths seek support from the state
Better corporate performance by empowering employees

Despite a directive by President Chandrika Kumaratunga last week that only one nominated minister should attend National Day celebrations hosted by diplomatic missions, four ministers and one deputy minister attended the National Day celebrations of China held at the BMICH on Wednesday. The ministers present were, Anura Priyadharshana Yapa, (Minister nominated) Susil Premajayanth, Vijitha Herath and Douglas Devananda and Deputy Minister Sunil Handunnetthi. Pix by Gemunu Wellage .
Oil puts UPFA in frying pan - Political Column
Thamilselvan goes globe-trotting while the cauldron boils - 5th Column
Debating the debate - America and us - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column
Budget 2005: The proof of the pudding - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Buth curry dinners - Thoughts from London
It's democracy, a la America - inside the glass house
Dealing with brain attacks
Walking a tightrope 
Grandeur of the Raja Maha Viharas (Kala Korner)
In search of an identity
Children learn what they live
Prawns and poetry at Olwyn’s Beach Wadiya
7 days in Ceylon
Home for Martin
Spreading sunshine in sunset years
Letters to the Editor
Hot stuff from the outback
Madras take Interport Cup
Waduge steals the thunder
Light at the end of the tunnel?
Hurrah for giant killing Windies
High level security for Lankans
It's a Thomian affair!
Royal - Thomian Stallions dinner and reunion
Indoor Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka



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