Wednesday, March 10, 2010
      Editorial:First things first!x

The police investigating covert LTTE operations in the city and its suburbs have arrested two Customs officers for their alleged involvement with LTTE intelligence chief Shanmugalingam Sivashankar alias Pottu Amman. Acting on information elicited from an LTTE operative, the Terrorist Investigation Division (TID) took..

This picture taken by our staff photographer Saranapala Pamunuwa yesterday shows three boats filled with illegally mined sand right under the Kelaniya Bridge. (See story below)



Uproar over wind power scheme
The Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) Engineers Union has accused the Sustainable Energy Authority of involving technically unqualified companies in an ambitious project to produce wind power.

MPs urged to skip March salary
Labour Minister Mervyn Silva requested all parliamentarians yesterday to abstain from taking this month’s salary as the House met only for a single day.Participating in the debate on the extension of Emergency

Lanka to receive a section of St.Anthony’s Relics
St. Anthony’s Church, Kochchikade, will receive a section of St. Anthony’s Holy Relics from St. Anthony’s Basilica, Padua, to mark the 175th anniversary of the Church this year.

The last Sinhala Buddhists
Due to the proliferation of ethnic based parties in this country over the past two...


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