22nd  June,  2003, Volume 9, Issue 4
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Reigniting the peace process and attempts
at sabotage

By Suranimala

The stalemate over the peace process which has dragged on for over three months is set to be broken and the peace......

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News

Education Minister Karunasena Kodituwakku was stuck between two very cold shoulders when he visited the east recently. Minister Kodituwakku had to bear the silent presence of Minister and SLMC Leader, Rauf Hakeem and his arch rival A.L.M. Athaullah. Despite repeated attempts, the two rivals never uttered a word to each other during a book distributing ceremony, no doubt giving the students present a lesson in divisive politics.                                                                         Photo by Asoka Fernando


• For refusing to carry out illegal order

Minister abuses secretary

Fisheries and Ocean Resources Minister, Mahinda Wijesekera last week abused his Ministry Secretary, C. Manapperuma and chased him out of a meeting for not carrying out an illegal order given by........

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Navy's attempt with CBK to sink the peace process

By Frederica Jansz

The multi billion dollar question facing Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and his government in the wake of last weekend's attack on a LTTE vessel is, whether sections of the security forces are playing politics at the cost of gagging the peace process and  .....

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Today's Top Stories

Iron grip of the Tiger

Sri Lanka’s  first female secretary general of parliament

A militant's brutal end in the name of a cause

 

 

 

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