25th July, 2004  Volume 11, Issue 2

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As the country is supposedly moving forward with the UPFA's Rata Perata motto, hundreds of people remain stuck on the streets engulfed in anguish and hunger. While politicians continue to promise to give them a better life these street children do not know what is in store for them tomorrow. However they are contented with what they receive as clearly indicated in this boy's face as he cuddles his little brother 

-- Photo by Ashoka Pieris


Govt. MPs busy globetrotting

By Dilrukshi Handunnetti 

While the government has failed to hold regular parliamentary sessions as required under the standing orders, ministers have been busy globetrotting at state.....

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