ISSN: 1391 - 0531
Sunday February 24, 2008
Vol. 42 - No 39
Front Page
Financial Times
TV Times
Funday Times
Kandy Times

Anti-bribery drive blocked
All bribery probes have come to a standstill with the removal of the Director General of the Permanent Commission to investigate Bribery or Corruption (CIABOC), its Chairman and ......
The bomb and the booty

Early evacuation of passengers from a bus running from Moratuwa to Colombo prevented many lives being lost but there are two claimants for the kudos for spotting the bomb and sounding a warning.


Dr. Mani’s computer taken by CID

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) this week took into custody a computer used by Dr.Rama Mani, the former Executive Director of the International Centre for Ethnic Studies (ICES), to check the correspondence regarding her advocating of the controversial R 2 P policy for Sri Lanka, a high ranking CID official told The Sunday Times.

Latest bus bomb: 18 injured, mostly passersby
Rs. 5 m terror cover for MPs
Demolition of stalls unlawful, says sweep ticket agent
Killing of pastor: Motive personal, police act fast
Fears resurfacing over controversial power project
Kelani Vihara head appointed varsity prof.
Odds and Ends
SLT unions up in arms over WiMax deal
VAT exemptions will not bring down prices
UNP briefs visiting UN envoy on N-E situation
Dead-rope Silva
Rizana’s case: No date yet for next hearing
Close encounter with Bus bomb
Child soldiers: Lanka seeks UN sanctions against LTTE
Follow prescription SLCPI warns drug companies
This is the way to go to school and back
‘Ratagiya Aththo’ send proposals to President
Trans Asia wins silver for best HR practices
Hepatitis preys on poor families
Will 2008 be a year of epidemics?
Adequacy of resources for anti-corruption
Eastern postal vote marred by violence
You can now take the Ramboda tunnel
16 awards for Leo Burnett
JVP insists on fertilizer probe

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