Friday, June  12,  2009
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Dispute over girl the cause of trouble?

The Kelaniya University, except its Medical faculty, was closed indefinitely yesterday following a clash between students and the residents in the area.

Residents of Dalugama went berserk at noon yesterday and attacked undergraduates with stones and clubs following an assaulted by a student on a youth from the area in a tea boutique near the campus on Wednesday.


The new Chief Justice Asoka N. de Silva is congratulated by President’s Counsel and lawyers after the ceremonial sitting held yesterday at the Supreme Court premises.(Photo-Kamal Bogoda)

Govt. unlikely to allow LIOC open more sales points
The Lanka India Oil Company (LIOC) had sought permission to open 300 more filling stations in Sri Lanka, but the Government is very unlikely to comply with the request, Petroleum Resources Minister A. H. M. Fowzie told Parliament...

NFF offers free expertise
President of the JVP backed National Bhikkhu Front (NFF) Ven. Dambara Amila thera said that there was need to map the archaeological sites within Northern and Eastern provinces before commencing resettlement.

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