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Kites....the child in each of us awakens whenever a kite is seen, far away in the sky, held only by a slender thread. Floating serenely in the air, kites evoke memories of childhood and endless fun. Kite lovers, young and old, will have a chance to see and fly hundreds of colourful kites at the National Kite Festival at Galle Face Green tomorrow. Here a youngster at Galle Face Green looks keenly at a kite vendorís wares. ANCL is a sponsor of the Kite Festival. 

Government delegation leaves for Thailand today : Wide range of issues up for discussion at peace talks

by Bharatha Malawaraarachchi and Rajmi Manatunga

Peace talks in Thailand between the government and the LTTE, which begins on Monday will cover a broad range of issues in the backdrop of a sharp reduction in ceasefire violations at home.
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Government refutes President's charges

Defence Minister Tilak Marapana yesterday assured President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga that the Ministry of Defence has in no way permitted the LTTE to continue unabated serious violations of the Memorandum of Understanding .
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Govt to lease part of oil refinery

by Ravi Ladduwahetty and Uditha Kumarasinghe

The Government is to lease a section of the Sapugaskanda Oil Refinery to Global Energy and Industrial Operations Inc. (GEIO) of USA.
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