Thursday 02th December, 2004
 
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Bashing the blast

Omanthai Sobitha thera displays a poster announcing ‘Temptation 2004, which the JHU is against. Pic. Chandrasiri Weerasinghe.

Monks oppose Indian Mega blast

The Jathika Hela Urumaya (JHU) has demanded the government to stop a mega Indian musical show - Temptation 2004—scheduled for December 12 at the Race Course, Reid Avenue, as it coincides with the first death anniversary of Ven. Gangodawila Soma thero.

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LONDON - NOVEMBER 30: Boris Becker of Germany in action against Richard Krajicek of Holland during The Masters Tennis tournament at the Royal Albert Hall on November 30, 2004 in London, England.

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