04th November 2001, Volume 8, Issue 16

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'Fixing' the Bribery Commission

 By Suranimala

While the government last week moved to stifle investigations into complaints on top notchers of the People's Alliance by the Bribery Commission, and "fix" those opposed to it, the opposition United National Front launched its general election campaign pledging to end the war, revive the economy and root out corrupt politicians.

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Rienzie axed over VIP cases

By Frederica Jansz

Former Director General of the Bribery Commission President's Counsel Reinzie Arsecularatne just days before his removal had minuted in the commission files,

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Sports

sportspic1.jpg (18351 bytes) Twin blows on eve of final

By T.M.K. Samat from Sharjah

 SRI LANKA's bid for a historic hat-trick of triumphs in Sharjah was thrown into confusion on the eve of today's US$ 120,000 final against Pakistan. The island's quickest leather launcher, Dilhara Fernando, has been ruled unfit for the final and star spinner Muttiah Muralitheran's absence from Friday's dress rehearsal because of a sore shoulder has raised fears about his presence as well today.

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Corruption charge dogs foreign ministry
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