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Published on Thursday, 13 November 2014 16:07
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RohanaWijeweera 630px 14 11 13Twenty-five years ago, on 13 November 1989, the Sri Lankan government announced that Rohana Wijeweera, an extreme-left Sinhalese nationalist leader of two failed insurrections, had died in police custody - in unclear circumstances.

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Published on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 11:24
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SLFisher 630px 14 11 05“Small-scale fishers are powerless in the face of decisions taken at the level of states and international forums.” Picture shows a Sri Lankan fisherman casting his net into the sea at Cheddi Palayan, east of Colombo. Photo: AP

In Sri Lanka, encroachment by Indian trawlers, joint ventures with East Asian vessels and the recent EU ban on seafood exports have a common impact: they cripple small-scale fishers

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Published on Monday, 03 November 2014 13:37
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We should not get overly obsessed with making spelling mistakes or typos, because they are not what makes our writing good or bad, says author and Financial Times columnist Lucy Kellaway.

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Published on Friday, 31 October 2014 12:50
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From an investor’s point of view, the case for Sri Lanka is getting strong. In the rear view mirror, yet still lurking and causing hesitation for some, are the Sri Lankan Civil War that ended in 2009 and the market bubbles that followed the war’s end through 2011. While there are risks to investing anywhere, Sri Lanka has one of the best cases for an economy with the stars aligned in its favor.

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Published on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 11:36
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Two European importers of Sri Lankan tuna expressed surprise at the timing of the European ban on fisheries imports from Sri Lanka.

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Published on Tuesday, 21 October 2014 13:00
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In the fishing village of Oori, two mothers await news of their young daughters who were taken to a care home three months ago after their alleged rape by members of the Sri Lankan navy.

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Published on Monday, 20 October 2014 14:50
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Food 630px 14 10 20It’s true when they say that your skin is all about what you eat. The healthier your diet, the more glowing your skin tends to be because of all the nutrients pumped into it. Here is a list of 10 foods that should be included in your daily diet for good skin:

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Published on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 12:35
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The Northern Provincial Council has asked the Sri Lankan defence forces to vacate from their province. According to the TNA leaders the army occupies nearly 25 per cent of the total land area in the province. But according to the Sri Lankan ministry of defence the total area under the forces in NPC is less than five per cent. Isn’t the army justified in occupying a small portion of land in a former conflict zone? What are your comments?

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Published on Monday, 13 October 2014 14:18
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AFP By Amal Jayasinghe

A railway in Sri Lanka that runs through mine-fields and snake-infested jungle is to reopen on Monday, nearly a quarter of a century after a bloody ethnic conflict shut it down.

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Published on Friday, 10 October 2014 16:47
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Gym 630px 14 10 10Everything from yoga to kick boxing is gripping minds in the name of fitness these days. Hence, it is not surprising to see a gym or salsa class at every corner of the city. Those who don’t go to any formal exercise paradise will be doing brisk walking in the early hours or doing funny-looking asanas or yogic breathing. All this is being done in the name of fitness. But, how fine are such fitness regimes or do they give more pain than pleasure? Let’s find out.

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Published on Thursday, 09 October 2014 11:39
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Papaw 630px 14 10 09Christopher Columbus, an Italian voyager once referred to papayas as the fruit of the angels. The fruit which is extremely rich in Vitamin C has a wide range of health benefits making it a great fruit option to include in your diet. Here are some of the top health benefits of papaya.

Last Updated on 09 October 2014 Read more...
 

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