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An old woman in the Kytes island eagerly waits for the Municipal Council to deliver water. The municipal Council is engaged in supplying water to the people in Kytes as there is a scarcity of water in the area. Pic by Pradeep K. Pathirana

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  • C.K.Lankaputhra Monday, 25 July 2011 01:08 AM

    But Wasanthaya has come to north.

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