20th June, 2004  Volume 10, Issue 49

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Bypassing parliament and staying alive

By Dilrukshi Handunnetti 

President Kumaratunga's penchant for springing surprises or breaking convention might not come as a total surprise to a nation that is now familiar with her style of governance, but her policy statement 10 days ago came too late and failed to fool most.

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Interview  with - Joseph Pararajasingham
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This sequence of pictures show the controversial peace

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 Opposition to strike in Sept.

The opposition is planning to move against the government in parliament before end September, The Sunday Leader.......

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Only the guns are silent

By Amantha Perera in Kilinochchi 

The most striking feature at Omanthai, the last line of control held by the army just north of Vavuniya from two years back is the lack of....

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