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Hi-Corp decision on Feb 28

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The Colombo High Court which heard the 'Hi- Corp' case against fomer Army Commander Sarath Fonseka reserved its judgement to February 28 short while ago

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Hi-Corp decision on Feb 28th

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The Colombo High Court which heard the 'Hi- Corp' case against the fomer Army Commander Sarath Fonseka reserved its judgement to the 28th of February a short while ago. When the case was taken up before the Colombo High Court Judge Sunil Rajapakshe, the Defence on behalf of the former Army
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Helping to control dengue

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In a more concerted move to eradicate ever increasing dengue, the cabinet has given nod to carry out a surveillance project by the Government Epidemiology Unit (GEU) supporting healthcare systems, capacity building and to develop an early warning system for dengue in the country
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14, including SL team attackers, held

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Police claimed to have arrested 14 suspects on Thursday for their alleged involvement in the attack on the Sri Lankan Cricket Team and other terrorism-related activities in the city during the year 2011
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Heavy Traffic in Peliyagoda

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A heavy traffic jam has been reported in the Peliyagoda area due to the toppling of a container, a reporter said
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National Hospital docs on strike today

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Some 1,200 doctors attached to the National Hospital will launch a strike today in protest against the recent appointment of two members to the Sri Lanka Medical Council (SLMC) and the government’s failure to provide a special allowance to government doctors
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Army to build 1000 National Schools?

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The Ministry of Education made a request to the Ministry of Defence on the possibility of the security forces playing a in building 1,000 National Schools at a cost of Rs.3.5 Billion
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Unable to find any trace of missing dissidents: Govt.

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The government said in Parliament yesterday the police had been unable to find any trace about the two JVP dissidents who disappeared in Jaffna recently despite the deployment of four teams for the investigation. The incident took place on December 9, 2011
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Two more luxury buses to hit E-01: SLTB

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The Sri Lanka Transport Board (SLTB) will launch two more luxury buses on the Southern Expressway from Elpitiya to Maharagama today to meet the growing demand for the bus service, the SLTB said yesterday
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International elements grooming groups towards regime change

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The government said in Parliament today that certain international elements were grooming some groups in Sri Lanka to bring about a regime change in the same manner they did in Libya
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Agricultural and Agrarian Insurance Board in financial crisis

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The Agricultural and Agrarian Insurance Board is in a severe financial crisis due to the inability for the past two months, to provide pensions for farmers Parliament was informed today
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Water Board strike called off

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National Water Supply and Drainage Board (NWSDB) unions have agreed to call off the walkout protest on Friday January 20 after discussions with Minister Dinesh Gunawardena and officials
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500MW Coal Power Plant to be constructed in Sampoor

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The Cabinet gave approval to construct the proposed 500 MW capacity Coal Power Plant at Sampoor in Tricomalee with Indian assistance on a proposal made by Economic Development Minister Basil Rajapaksa
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Asantha De Mel SLC Chairman of selection committee

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Asantha De Mel was appointed as the Chairman of the new cricket selection committee while Amal Silva, Don Arunasiri and Hemantha Wickramaratne were appointed as members of Sri Lanka Cricket.
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Students stable, more action to be taken against errant van drivers

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The condition of the four students who were injured when the school van they were travelling in crashed into a bus in Mount Lavinia on Wednesday had improved and they are in a stable condition according to hospital authorities
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Lankan student found hanging in hostel room

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A Sri Lankan student of the Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) was found hanging in his hostel room Thursday morning, police said
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Massive ammunition pit found in Vakarai

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The largest ammunition recovery made by the police since the end of the war was detected when they found 81,500 ammunition rounds used for a various number of fire arms in a pit in the Verugal forest area in Vakarai
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Krishna unveils rail project in SL

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ndia’s external affairs minister SM Krishna on Thursday unveiled the first phase of a railway project in southern Sri Lanka that is being built with financial aid from the Indian government
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Jayasuriya, Murali sold at BPL

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Sanath Jayasuriya was bought at US $ 110,000 by Khulna Royal Bengal while Muttiah Muralitharan US $ 100,000 was bought by Chittagong Kings at the auction. Lasith malinga has also been bought at this auction which is currently taking place in Bangladesh.
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CMC in crisis as UPFA gains clout

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The Colombo Municipal Council (CMC) ran into chaos on its 147th anniversary today after the opposition UPFA gained control of the Standing Committee on Finance UPDATE
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National Hospital docs to go on strike tomorrow

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1200 doctors at the Sri Lanka National Hospital will go on strike tomorrow January 20 8am till 8am on Saturday January 21
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Yanni ready to rock Colombo
Recalling the ordeal
The ride that ended in tears
Bad weather destroys houses in Mahakachchikodi