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Govt. - LTTE Ceasefire Agreement

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Chief mentor and founder chairman of Infosys Technologies Limited, N. R. Narayan Murthy (R) welcomes Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe as CEO of the software company Nandan Nilekani (C) looks on during the Prime Minister's visit to Infosys Technologies yesterday. Mr. Wickremesinghe arrived June 8 in India on a five-day visit to drum up support for his peace bid amid moves to lift the ban on the LTTE. AFP

Jaffna islands, sea lane issues to be settled soon

by Ranil Wijayapala

Arrangements regarding access to Jaffna islands for LTTE members to engage in political work and for the LTTE to have sea movements from the Vanni to coastal areas in the East are to be finalised by within the two weeks.
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Lanka seeks Indian IT expertise

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe yesterday held discussions with the senior management of one of the world's leading Information Technology companies in Bangalore.
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All must help PM to achieve peace - Asgiri Maha Nayake Thera

by Kandy District Group Correspondent

As a result of the peace process initiated by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremasinghe, the people are living happily today. All communities in this country must unite and help the Prime Minister in his sincere endeavour to achieve peace, said the Chief Prelate of the Asgiriya Chapter Most. Ven. Udugama Buddharakkita Maha Nayaka Thera.
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'India vital for peace effort'

Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe began a pilgrimage in Bangalore Sunday saying that his peace process at home would not succeed without India's help.
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PM's visit will strengthen bilateral links -Milinda

Minister of Economic Reforms, Science and Technology, Milinda Moragoda says that Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe's official visit to India will further develop and strengthen bilateral co-operation between India and Sri Lanka.
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Jak planting project starts tomorrow

Florence Wickramage

The Jak Development and Popularisation of Jak Related Products project, which is a Community Welfare Program of the Silumina, will be ceremonially launched on Tuesday (June 11) at the premises of the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall amidst a representative gathering.
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