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fighting for a decent wage

   politics
 

UNP launches incisive
Southern Pc campaign

The UNP have definitely awoken
from their slumber – some said
they had risen from their very
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 investigation

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Another Rs. 100 million defrauded
Last week The Sunday Leader reported that Defence
Spokesman and Minister of
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 scandal

Sri Lanka’s Channel 4
The fun and entertainment
experienced by many visitors
at the Hikkaduwa Beach
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 Convicted

My intention was to stop
the killing of youth

Journalist Tissainayagam was
indicted in the High Court o
f
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 opinion

Effective Oversight

An effective parliament is one
that is successful at holding the
government to account.
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Lawlessness in the police
Is it not a shame that the once
respected Police Department
has hit the pits. The police
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 on the spot

Who will punish the masters?

Employment of under-aged
children may come under the
purview of the Department
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 spotlight

Rs. 65 million “Gift” for Buddhist TV

Allegations of bribery and
corruption have been levelled
against former Chief Justice
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 Law

540 days under the PTA

No, that was not for writing or
editing a magazine. The
detention order mentioned
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Estate workers holding placards demonstrate outside a tea factory in Nuwara Eliya demanding a Rs. 500 daily wage from plantation companies. The industry has suffered a revenue loss of approximately Rs. 1 billion since the estate unions launched the campaign early this month.

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