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Video: Traffic jam at Town Hall

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Major traffic jam is reported around Town Hall due to a protest march of the University non Academics.
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'Amare' further remanded

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G.G Amarasiri alias “JulampitiyeAmare” who is accused by the JVP of having committed the murders in Katuwana, Hambanthota was further remanded till the 11th of July by the Tangalle High court a shot while ago.
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Menon to visit SL

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The Indian National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon will visit the island before the end of this month, the Indian High Commission in Colombo confirmed. However the Sri Lankan Ministry of External Affairs has yet to receive an official communication of his visit.
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India to tour Sri Lanka July-August

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India will play five one-day internationals and one Twenty20 game against Sri Lanka during a three-week tour starting next month, Sri Lanka Cricket said on Wednesday.
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‘Luxembourg takes serious note of LTTE activities’

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Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg Jean Asselborn has said that Luxembourg authorities have already taken serious note of the activities of groups such as the LTTE and that they would keep a watchful eye for any such activity.
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Fishing restrictions lifted in Trinco

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Fishing restrictions in the Outer-harbour sea area in Trincomalee have been lifted with effect from today, Eastern Province Governor Mohan Wijewickrema said.
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Grenade attack kills woman

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A 36 year old woman was killed and her husband injured early morning today in Madirigiriya when a hand grenade was thrown at their house, police said.
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UN protests against deportation

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The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) said that it would protest if Sri Lanka deported registered asylum seekers and refugees living within its territory. 
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Conspiracy against Basil within Govt: UNP

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United National Party (UNP) General Secretary Tissa Attanayake said there was a conspiracy against Minister Basil Rajapaksa from within the government itself
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Pakistan PM Gilani barred from office

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Pakistan's top court has disqualified Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani from holding office, two months after convicting him of contempt of court
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Parliament suspended for five minutes

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Parliament was suspended for five minutes by the Speaker a short while ago due to the uproar in the house after the Speaker ordered a statement to be made by JVP MP Anura Kumara Dissanayake on the killing of two JVP supporters in Katuwana be put on hold
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'Julampitiye Amare' surrenders

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“Julampitiye Amare” the underworld figure who was accused of the shootings in Katuwana had surrendered to the Tangalle High Court a short while ago, the Police said. Police spokesman SP Ajith Rohana said that the notorious figure had surrendered to the high court for offences committed before and not for
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UNP calls for common opposition

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The UNP said today that the country needs a united opposition to take on “this corrupt and dictatorial regime”.
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Video: Prices of infant milk to be reduced

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Prices of nineteen varieties of infant milk food will be reduced from midnight today as the government has decided to impose a price control for infant milk food; Minister of Internal Trade Johnston Fernando said a short while ago.
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‘CID would record a statement from Duminda by July’

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Lawyers of MP Duminda Silva has informed the Colombo Magistrate Court today that CID officials would be able to record a statement from Mr. Silva by next month.
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Suminda Weerasinghe dies

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Award-winning cinematographer Suminda Weerasinghe passed away in Anuradhapura early today. Film sources said the veteran cinematographer was working on the newest movie 'Siri Dalada Gamanaya' in Anuradhapura when he breathed his last.
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Sri Lanka win ODI series

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Sri Lanka defeated Pakistan by two wickets in the fifth and final one-day international in Colombo on Monday to clinch the series 3-1
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Ragging students assault teachers

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The Buttala police today arrested four AL students on charges of having assaulted several teachers of the Buttala Uva Pelwatte Maha Vidyalaya, when the teachers had intervened to stop the ragging of the newly admitted students
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Four jailed over Neelagiri killing

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Four Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage employees who were found guilty over the killing of the elephant “Neelagiri” in the orphanage were sentenced to one year’s imprisonment and fined Rs. 100,000 each by Kegalle High Court Judge Menaka Wijesundara
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Goons ruling the roost-Karu

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UNP Parliamentarian KaruJayasuriya said that a situation is emerging in the country where, permission is needed from goons to engage in politics.

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Pakistan score 247 for 7

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Pakistan got most things right in their effort to cast aside the memory of their batting debacle in the previous ODI, putting up 247, a score Misbah-ul-Haq, at the toss, believed was competitive on this Premadasa track
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Harin in Passara
Series win
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Chinese beauties visit Minneriya
Harin in Passara
Series win
Aren’t they tasty?
Chinese beauties visit Minneriya