ISSN: 1391 - 0531
Sunday February 3, 2008
Vol. 42 - No 36
Front Page
Financial Times
TV Times
Funday Times
Kandy Times
Kandy Times

Kandy projects stuck for funds
Kandy’s mega development projects ahead of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit in August is set to face financial difficulties with the relevant State institutions struggling to find strong financial backing to complete their development projects.President Mahinda Rajapaksa this week issued a directive to complete all development projects prior to the 15th SAARC summit and related events from July 27 to August 3, to be held in Kandy.
Welcome to the 20s
A young Sri Lankan Maheshika Somachandra from Kadugannawa, living in Japan had the privilege of taking part in a special Japanese festival.The second Monday of January is 'Seijin ne hi" (coming of age day) in Japan. People celebrate this day to welcome young men and women who turn 20 or will turn the age of 20 during the current year as fully fledged members of society.
Potential listing at Kandy bourse
The Colombo Stock Exchange, Kandy branch, is pursuing some prospective firms to list, but the slowdown in the economy are halting these companies, according to informed CSE sources.“Senkadagala Finance (Pvt) Limited, Sinhaputra Finance (Pvt) Limited and Lucky Land Biscuits were approached relentlessly during the last three years....
Huge task
It has fallen to the lot of ex Trinity flanker Sean Wijeysinghe to take over the leadership of the hugely successful Kandy Sports Club team for the ensuing year. Sean sure has big boots to fill as his predecessor Jeeva Galgamuwa ensured that every bit o silver ware on offer was brought back to the Trophy cabinet.

Freedom Day events
Peace committees to maintain vigil
Wasgomuwa hub of criminal activity: Police
No end to traffic congestion
Abduction case goes to trial
Illicit car sale racket bared
Aluth Sal Mangalaya
Police Beat
Ward nurses to be quizzed
Battle continues over changing room
He can only bark, says AG
Tunnel report in cold storage
Road-blocks affect business
Businessman recognised
Colombo for better pastures
Kandy’s niche for motor vehicles
Islamic financial services at People’s Bank Leasing
Focus on social equity
Craftsmen see better times
Eagle newest branch in Matale
Exposing the facade
AAUP presents "Kakul Hathare Ilandariya" at Peradeniya
Sing along with the Y's Men
Torture tree of the British Army?
The real movers of our freedom
Divirum Bodhiya and its many legends
Kalpani: Winner all the way
KRSMA expand its activities
Amidon of soccer yore
Matale RSC remains unbeaten
Raja was gentle, kind-hearted and cheerful - Appreciation

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