Last Updated : 21-04-2014 16:03

 
 

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Caught in a vicious circle? - Editorial

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What happened recently in Galle during the South’s leading schools cricket big match was just another indication of an alarming erosion of basic human values, lack of sportsmanship, a failure to understand the principles and meaning of sports and also downright stupidity that has been becoming the................

Sexual predator preyed on young lovers

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Matara beach had been a very popular place attracting many from all walks of life, keen on spending a day in a relaxed manner. This place had become very popular with lovers, who spent time with each other, whispering sweet nothings.

We have not attacked any religious place

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Ven. Galagodaatte Gnanasara Thera, Secretary of the Bodu Bala Sena Organisation, in a recent interview spoke of the organisation’s objectives and activities amid various emerging ideologies.

The killing thriller and the baby killer

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Mammals are the most advanced class of life known to us. Characteristically, they have hair, three little bones in their middle ear and show maternal care with milk production. This care for the young is....

Getting the act together

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With all the controversy surrounding the continuing entry of women from the entertainment industry, including several actresses and at least one pop singer, into politics, a comment by the chairperson.....

Reading Election Results

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At the rehearsal a marquee was propped to entertain voters - it need be reassembled at the next outing with future elections getting hotter and closer. Who will stand on the victory stand? Is it the obvious candidate, as always?.....

Editorial - Ban sale of cigarettes to anyone born in this century

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Setting an enlightened example to Sri Lanka, British doctors have called for a permanent ban on selling cigarettes to anyone born in this century in a bid to eradicate smoking from Britain entirely.

Geneva was not a debacle

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The Minister of External Affairs, Professor G.L Peiris rejected the notion that the recent resolution against Sri Lanka passed by the United Nations Human Rights Council was in fact a debacle.

End of ideology and present political crisis

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Sri Lanka, like many other ex-colonial countries in the developing world, was a hotbed of ideological debate around the time of decolonisation. Newly-formed political parties thrived on the sharpness.....

Editorial - Red Light for Government

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Shunned by the middle class and feted by the celebrity zealots the provincial polls on Saturday no doubt have gone to spoil the euphoric victory that the UPFA was planning to observe.

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