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Attempt to absolve LTTE In the aftermath of Amirthalingam assassination

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An official delegation representing the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam(LTTE) was engaged in negotiations with the Government of President Ranasinghe Premadasa in Colombo when Former Leader of the opposition Appapillai Amirthalingam and his colleague Vettivelu Yogeswaran were assassinated by a............

The Dilemma of a Minister

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The Minister of Health has gone on record as saying that the ``Health Ministry is surrounded by four types of racketeers. They are multinational milk powder companies, multinational drug companies, multinational cigarette and alcohol companies and corrupt officials bribed by those multinational companies.

Doctors need emergency surgery - EDITORIAL

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Next to the priesthood, the healing art or heart of medicine has been considered as a sacred vocation with medical doctors taking the Hippocratic Oath saying, “I solemnly pledge to consecrate my life to the service of humanity…

Zionist Goliath mauls Gaza, where’s David?

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Tens of thousands of people who stand for justice hold demonstrations in various world capitals...

EDITORIAL - Criminal waste of Sri Lanka’s fresh water

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Water is the liquid gold of the 21st Century. Independent world affairs analysts say that...

Is the West threatening Russia?

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What would Conservative President, Ronald Reagan have done if the Ukraine debacle had happened...

As UVA PC polls approach Joint opposition voice for abolition of Executive presidency

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Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) leader Justice Minister Rauff Hakeem was under fire from President Mahinda Rajapaksa in recent times, particularly after he made a salvo at the government over the outbreak of communal riots in Aluthgama, Beruwala and adjacent villages.

Upul Jayasuriya in the limelight again

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The controversy surrounding the alleged intimidation of the Bar Association of Sri Lanka (BASL) President Upul Jayasuriya has thrust the veteran lawyer into the limelight as he deals with yet another tussle as the head of the country’s most influential body representing the legal fraternity.   

Agriculture turning into a vulture - EDITORIAL

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Sri Lanka for the past few decades has been sowing with the wind and is now reaping the whirlwind with the vital field of agriculture being virtually turned into a vulture. So severe is the crisis that the Internal Trade Ministry, according to a report in our sister newspaper the Sunday Times..........

When people lose sight of the law

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It has been reported that a politician of the ruling party recently assaulted a Grama Niladhari in the Rideegama area in Kurunegala.

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