Sunday January 23, 2005

Heavy firing over buffer zone
No Annan, but UN going to Mullaitivu
Govt. arms itself with controversial emergency laws
UNP wants accountability for needs assessment
Early warning system by next year
State banks lend helping hand to affected customers
Huge US$ 3.5 billion recovery plan unveiled
Big plans but people wary
Schools to be reopened, but problems remain
Lack of equipment hinders rehabilitation work
Buffer zone plan: Prime Minister booed
Cold comfort from top brass
‘Govt may use aid for arms’
Finding homes for disaster-hit orphans
Police look for child traffickers
Basic health practices prevented epidemic
Church expresses concern over foreign troops in Lanka
Donors unlikely to accept Govt.'s tsunami 'wish-list' in toto, says agency
Gangsters' funerals amidst unruly protests
Plan to help the traumatised
Financial Times
Lankan firms venture overseas
Tourist Board, UDA tussle over buffer zone
CB intervention at Rs 99 to stabilise currency
SriLankan delays expansion, focus on reviving traffic
Govt. tax revenue seen falling
Aid - ensure transparency (Comment)
Rebuilding Sri Lanka with equality
Tsunami - crisis to greatness
Rebuilding plan to give birth to 15 new towns
SLT ends Sigiri card deal
Top resort chain goes ahead with Sri Lankan plans
Could your business be walking around naked? (Business@Home)
Banks keep tab on transactions to prevent money laundering
Professional chefs cook for tsunami survivors
Distilleries now "one of the largest conglomerates"
IMF ready to give $160m emergency aid on concessional terms
Stocks soar despite tsunami damage
Turning a crisis into opportunity
Rebuilding: Ignoring needs of the nation, the displaced
Cricket superstar Murali to address National Sales Congress
Upul Chandana delighted at county opportunity
Mathews sends Royal reeling
Solomons spearheads aid campaign for SLC
Take good care of those pitches
Wickremasinghe captures Life Member's Trophy
With a little bit of help from my friends
Pick up the pieces
From India with love
All's not well with ACUSL - Upali
McRottis for the Marines

US Marines enjoying a Koggala version of the hamburger -- a chinese roll sandwiched between two pol rotties -- during a meal break in their relief and reconstruction work. The Koggala hamburger is reported to be selling like ‘hot cakes’ at Rs. 30 per unit.
Pix by J. Weerasekara.
Poll vault by President - Political Column
Photo shock: CBK's second tsunami   - Situation Report
Big brother turns Good Samaritan - Situation Report Special Assignment
Poll of gloom: It's back to politics  - 5th Column 
The oppressed do not trust their liberator  - inside the glass house
Wedding rings to political science: a treatise  - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column 
Economic euphoria could lead to complacency - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Where tsunami reveals the inner self - Thoughts from London
  Disregarding rule of law imperatives in the aftermath of the tsunami - Focus on Rights
From morn till night they brought relief
Time to heal mental wounds
They too need love
It's all about humanity
Rata Perata is passé, like fish and chips
Simply expressing profound truths
When listening does the healing
Letters to the Editor
TV Times
‘Siththam Sisila’ from Jayantha
Sirasa re-launches new path
‘Maya Dunne’: New tele tackles the drug issue
Srinath brings ‘Muppets Zoo’ to heal tsunami trauma
Sanath, Damitha do it again
Srinath’s “Muppet Zoo and other Stories” at Elphinstone
‘Elektra’:The sizzling heroine in red attire
Mirror Magazine
Turning tears into laughter
Putting on or being put off?
As fit as a fiddle
Amazing inventions
The night the dying winter slept



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