Sunday October 16, 2005
P-TOMS out in PM’s manifesto
Kadir killing: Vital clue found and lost
Highway shock as road collapses
PM cannot betray SLFP policies: Anura
Bomb-hoax stewardess sacked
Millions spent on Presidential commissions
Muslim MPs finally decide on CC nominee
Bank employees seek assurance on jobs
Attack on HRC office aimed at destroying files, say police
No priority for political cases: Bribery Commission
Bacchus in classrooms
Mahinda vows unitary Lanka
New group to protect our heritage
Electricity Board shock – wires crossed
Sivaram killing: Court wants full report
Ranil assures protection for Eastern Muslims
Back-tracking on buffer zones
Ranil’s message not getting through
Change of guard at EC mission in Colombo
Financial Times
Gold mine in Sri Lanka’s disused irrigation tanks
FCCISL amazed at building material constraints
Professional bodies seek mutual recognition under Indo-Lanka CEPA
Energy firms show interest in offshore oil
No bonus for SriLankan Airlines staff
Doubts over fate of budget
Corporate investments encouraged in Sri Lanka’s spice industry
Mandakini to build 16 friendship community homes
Promoting women representation in the legislature
Need for universities to have degree-awarding business courses
Regaining tourism in Sri Lanka after last year’s Tsunami
MBSL 3Q profits soar, announces rights issue
Risks blind mice fail to see (Wise Old Owl)
Training for negotiating in WTO trade in services
SriLankan commissions advanced Baggage Reconciliation System at BIA
Hayleys and shareholder value
CCC, Tiruchelvam Trust in peace-for-development pact
Construction Industry Buyers-Sellers meet at BMICH
Ad industry on changing role of advertising for women
APB officials fly to Colombo after buying into local brewery
Super Sham in disarray
Swimming to reach higher levels
Sri Lanka ‘A’ undone again
Seevali MMV take early lead
Umpiring authorities – Please note
Visakha emerge schools water polo champs
The super flop
Sangakkara a star of the new order
Aitken Spence and Golf at the Royal Colombo
Akberally wins IGP's trophy

The picture tells the story -- the tension and turmoil between President Chandrika Kumaratunga and presidential candidate Mahinda Rajapakse at the much-awaited Wariyapola rally were evident for all to see. Prime Minister Rajapakse holds his head possibly exclaiming as he often does, “Why don’t you let me run my campaign.” Pic by Ishara S. Kodikara.
Tamed CBK sent Mahinda manifesto - Political Column
Samarey, Amarey or one big jaramarey  - 5th Column 
Killings continue as Mahinda unveils manifesto - Situationa Report
Millions are starving on World Food Day - The Sunday Times Economic Analysis
Even a joke could be a serious thing, no - Thoughts from London
Dealing with those media debates all over again - Focus on Rights
Elections from the lens of the Kadirgamar friends  - The Rajpal Abyenayake Column 
Hats off to career diplomats - inside the glass house
Bird flu: Are we ready?
Adolescent angst
Count de Mauny’s island in the sun
An evolving army and its role through time
In Sri Lanka we do as Americans do
Visitors from afar
Creations for kids and Christmas
Showy shrub
Now it’s film songs from Nanda Malini (Kala Korner)
Letters to the Editor
Mirror Magazine
Making another mark in music
A theatrical bend
Dancing the night away
Music minded
TV Times
Sing-a-long with Sam the Man
Thomian Peduru Party
‘Sahara Adventure’ at the Majestic
Indian images in 'Invisible Man'
Benette flies high with ‘Sulanga’
Be privileged at Privilege




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