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Govt. - LTTE Ceasefire Agreement

Government - Gazette

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Budusarana On-line Edition

The Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd. (ANCL), Sirasa Radio and Caltex have organised a peace train to Mihintale where Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe is scheduled to open the 40th Aloka Pooja tonight. In the picture: Jubilant young pilgrims wave Buddhist flags as the train sets off from the Fort Railway Station yesterday. - Picture by Kavinda Perera

Navy, LTTE, SLMM request impartial inquiry into Kayts incident

by Ranga Jayasuriya

Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission Chief Gen. Trond Furuhovde on Saturday demanded an independent commission to probe into the alleged attack on two LTTE political cadres in Kayts. The demand was made at a meeting with the Director General of the Peace Secretariat Bernard Goonatilleke and Economic Affairs Minister Milinda Moragoda.
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Let us be committed to achieve peace - Prime Minister

Prime Minister Wickremesinghe in a Poson message said: "It was on Poson Day that Buddhism, a great philosophy based on rationality and virtue was brought to Sri Lanka. It was a memorable and a historic day for the world and for Sri Lankan Buddhists in particular.
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Resolve to protect noble culture - President

President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga in her Poson message says that the Poson Poya is an ideal opportunity for all Sri Lankan Buddhists to resolve protect Buddhism and our noble culture.
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Ban on improper attire in sacred cities

from Ananda Pathiraja in Anuradhapura

All visitors who wear any form of indecent dress will be refused entry to the Anuradhapura and Mihintale sacred areas during this Poson season, Police warned the public yesterday.
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