Sunday July 3, 2005
No acceptance of sovereignty: LTTE
Polls chief won’t talk
Friends grilled over teenager’s death
Kalkudah policeman killed
Package to reduce quality drug prices
House keeper compulsorily retired
Money not the reason for coming: expert
Flouting road rules tops offences during Poson
We won’t let govt. pilfer people’s right, says Ranil
Victory came my way in a tough contest: New Diyawadana Nilame
Mendis quit under protest
How come?
Mullaitivu, Prabhakaran’s lair, gets ready for P-TOMS
The monitors in motion: It’s a hell’uva helicopter ride
Sovereignty contestable: Thamilselvan (Interview)
Still helpless: Home is not where their hearts are
Fifty-fifty: 2005 version
Prof. Warnapala on P-TOMS gaffe
Audit shows colossal waste in House catering
Under pressure, Buffer Zone turns flexible
Financial Times
New EU rule threatens Lankan tea exports
Bank loans too costly for small businesses – aid agency study
NDB–NBL share swap ratio at 1:5.6
DFCC Bank drama ends on damp note
Connaissance sees good potential in ‘Buddhist tourism’
Potholes curtailing investment (Comment)
Assessing Sri Lanka’s investment climate
Govt. cash inflows far below target in 2004
Fortress Resorts losses mount, new luxury hotel ready by December
COPE slams Central Bank over PAYE payments
Tourist arrivals – must we blow our trumpets?
Urgent need for power sector reforms
Tips for emerging business leaders
John Keells and shareholder value
Encouraging growth and development with equity
Influx of Indians and limits of modernisation
ICTA help for Govt. websites
Oracle ready for long road to eGovernment
Drinking tea from a tea-scented table

Amidst breakdown of the government and uncertainy over the future, the main opposition UNP yesterday brought together a massive crowd in Devinuwara to launch its Janabala Meheyuma demanding that a presidential election be held this year and that urgent steps be taken to bring down the cost of living. Pic by Ishara S. Kodikara.
Political parties and birthday parties - Political Column
Will he who goes to temples with flowers get it?  - 5th Column 
Gays conquer country after country - inside the glass house
Sandagiri’s Nelsonian eye on Navy shuffle - Situationa Report
Any silver linings in the dark clouds? - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Failing to look beyond the Norse - Thoughts from London
Focussing on a rights related recovery process - Focus on Rights
The Tamil race had many foreign ‘friends’, then and now? - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column 
No home but the street
Learning from Heenbanda's tsunami adventure
Kirinda: killed at rebirth
Colourful Cassias
The hour after
Letters to the Editor
Mirror Magazine
Reporting success
A treasured duo
Jamming the night away
Striking gold
Lost in chaos
TV Times
'Topical Songs and Music' for charity
‘Kata PoddaK’: New CD from Kumara Ekanayake
‘Warna’: A colourful story
‘The Sin’: A Thai love tale
Rupavahini felicitates Malani
Funday Times
A foreign invasion
Where King Walagamba hid from invaders
Somay takes a boat ride
Gold for Unichela and Army
Athletics on the run!
Learn bowling variations
Next hurdle - are we ready?
Shanil Fernando wins Tag Heuer Golf Watch
“Surcharge SLC officials for wasting money”-Rienzie
Ajith, the last link of a sporting tradition
Munidasa for World Kurash c’ships



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