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Saturday 30th

President appoints new Navy Commander

LTTE ceasefire a "public stunt" to win international audience - Foreign Minister

Friday 29th

LTTE continues to violate own truce

Police arrest seven hardcore Tigers

Cyclone-hit areas returning to normal

Donor Community grants US $ 3000 million for development

Wednesday 27th

Cyclone hits East – 50,000 people displaced

Bodies of eight missing civilians recovered

Tuesday 26th

Govt. tells LTTE: Ceasefire only after negotiations proceed

LTTE violate ceasefire and attacks troops

14 bodies of LTTE child soldiers recovered

President's Christmas Day message

PM's Christmas message

Sihala Urumaya warns against LTTE's bogus gesture

Arthur Clarke wants 'space elevator' to start from Adam's Peak

Saturday 23rd

Government is ready to welcome genuine efforts to reinstall peace from LTTE- Media Minister

Forces recapture Kaitadi

Development forum promises over 1000 million US dollars

Friday 22nd

LTTE Christmas truce, another trick in the bag ?

Need more recruits to fight war for military victory

Sri Lanka Army repulses terrorist attacks

Thursday 21st

LTTE violates ‘ Days of Tranquillity’

Sea Tiger threat brings costal areas under strict security

Troops clear LTTE minefield

Wednesday 20th

Are Tigers serious this time?

No withdrawal before talks - President Kumaratunga

Tuesday 19th

Preconditions not entertained -President Kumaratunga

Ban LTTE fund raising-Canadian opposition

Troops recover three bodies of LTTE child soldiers

LTTE demands de-escalation of war prior to peace talks

Monday 18th

CBK addresses Sri Lanka Development Forum in Paris today

Indo-Lanka bi-lateral relations exceptionally significant

Three senior LTTE leaders killed in Kinihira-5

President CBK meets World Bank Vice President

Saturday 16th

Jaffna Bishop appeals to the nation

Sir Arthur C Clarke celebrates his 83rd birthday

Friday 15th

Sri Lanka's stand is a positive sign to start peace talks says Norwegian spokesman

Paris forum to focus on four key areas

Programme on 'All children of school going age' to commence in January

Kadirgamar leaves for India

Detenu leaves India 

Thursday 14th

"Stop making statements which infringe on our right to resolve our own problem" - Kadirgamar

Tiger non-profit organisation in Canada probed

US- Sri Lanka celebrate 50 years of DPL ties

Do not target doctors says ICRC

Co-operative Authority to revive co-ops

Tamil parties express support for peace talks

PA's victory definite blow to chauvinist forces says SDF in Jaffna

Wednesday 13th

The Government’s position on talks with the LTTE

War and peace says Kadirgamar

World Human Rights Day message

Special relief programme for farmers in crop disrupted areas

GMOA and Health Ministry reach agreement

Tuesday 12th

“They dragged my mother from the hideout and shot,” says the daughter

Sri Lanka Navy marks 50th anniversary

LTTE supporter deported

Colombo South Port to the status of a hub port in 2005

Farmers to get fair share of irrigation water

Canada, a haven for LTTE fundraising - CSIS

Large number of political parties express their consent to start peace talks

More benefits to North-East doctors and teachers

Monday 11th

Govt. for consensus on vital issues- G.L. Peiris

Britain not soft on terrorism - UK High Commissioner 

Police recover time bomb in Ampara

Jayalalitha accuses Advani of breach of privilege

Saturday 09th

Vote on Account passed 

Uproar by UNP over legality of President’s signature

Friday 08th

Renowned US lawmaker commends SL on human rights

Doctors leave after Tiger claymore attack

LTTE massacre family in Welikanda

Sri Lanka deeply committed to move forward the SAARC process - President Kumaratunga

Thursday 07th

LTTE bomb hits another civilian bus

Police on the lookout for suicide bombers in Trinco

G. L. briefs Diplomats on government stance

Wednesday 06th

SAARC nations urge to convene cancelled summit

LTTE chief wanted by Interpol for "Murder, Terrorism and Terrorism Conspiracy"

Postponed Paris Aid Group meeting on Dec. 18,19

LTTE supporter deported from India

Prices of essential items to come down sharply

Tuesday 05th

LTTE talking of peace while arms ships heads for Lankan shores

Foreign Minister completed goodwill mission to Iran

LTTE activities under strict scrutiny in Bangalore

Interpol wants the LTTE supremo

Lanka to expand oil storage capacity

Monday 04th

LTTE just sought a break – not offered to engage in talks

War heroes' families receive compensation

PM supports peace process

Cabinet backs the peace process wholeheartedly

UNP demo in Kandy against vote rigging

President meets British Foreign Secretary

LMD nominates Susanthika as "Sri Lankan of the Year"

Saturday 02nd

Indian Govt re-iterates Prabhakaran's extradition

Tigers violate two-day Polio truce

LTTE suspect confess VVIP assassination plot

Moscow based LTTE leader arrested

Friday 01st

Rs.900 m relief for 265,000 refugees in Jaffna

LTTE suffers major losses

At least 34.3 million in the world affected by AIDS in 1999

Interior Ministry officials to meet immigrants next week

 

 

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