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A new definition for ahimsa

   Inside Politics - with Wathsala
 

President starts campaign as opposition plays catch-up

The wave of popularity that
came with the ending of the
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 On the spot

Leopard safari in Yala

July 2009 was going to be a very busy month for the Jetwing Eco Holidays team. This month, ....

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 investigation

Cruelty in the name of the gods

The Sri Dalada Maligawa that houses the sacred tooth relic
and a place
that is .....

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 Interviews

‘We love a challenge’

Q:  Your entry into politics
marks the ascendancy of a
third generation member of
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 spotlight

Schism 

At the Rahuman Masjid Mosque
in Beruwala devotees were
celebrating the annual Buhari
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 opinion

Big Miracle

Q: What is the nature of your
post as Tourism Minister and
how does this differ with the
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 issues

Tragic story of a war refugee 

The ethnic battle continues to
rage back and forth; the
insurgency may have
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 economy

More belt-tightening ahead
for the common man

The people will be made to feel
the pinch of the government’s
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 world

Tamil community is calling for an end to gang murders in Toronto 

On July 20, around 12:30 pm
a youth, who has since been
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The two baby tuskers Raju and Sindu (less than three years old) who were forcibly taken away from the Pinnawela Elephant orphanage on July 25 allegedly by Diyawadane Nilame Nilanga Dela were beaten with poles by mahouts within the Dalada Maligawa premises to force them to move away from their mother. Photo shows a mahout beating one of the tuskers with a pole while the inset photo shows Diyawadane Nilame Nilanga Dela with a pole in his hand about to hit the other animal.

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Damning indictment on PBJ

 

Committee probing diplomatic nominations

 

APRC proposals differ from 13th Amendment

 

Customs investigating fuel imports

 

Value addition of a different kind

 

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