Sunday, May 30, 2010
      Editorial:The middle path  Politics:Ranil gives Tissa a lesson on how to face the media

While parliament has been accused of wasting food in its subsidized restaurants, successive Sri Lankan governments continue to depend on World Food Program(WFP) to feed the poor segments of the population and the war displaced.

Although the country has been upgraded from a developing to a middle income nation and both politicians and officials are discussing grandiose plans to develop the country, the government is still...

President Mahinda Rajapaksa offering flowers and worshipping the newly unveiled Buddha statue at the historic Somawathiya Chethiya in Polonnaruwa yesterday morning. Earlier, he participated at the opening of the new ‘Budhu Medura’ of Agbopura-Kantale Raja Maha Viharaya.
(Pic by Sudath Silva)




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