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Govt. - LTTE Ceasefire Agreement

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Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and Opposition Leader Mahinda Rajapakse exchange pleasantries when they attended the inaugural session of a four day International Buddhist Conference at the Central Bank Auditorium, Sri Jayewardenepura yesterday.
- Picture by Dudley Wickremasinghe

Japan schedules donor conference in mid-June

by Manjula Fernando and Rajmi Manatunga

The Japanese Government, indicating its growing confidence in the continuity of the Sri Lankan peace process has decided to schedule the second donor conference, expected to garner a bigger quantum of aid, between June 15 to 20 in Tokyo, Cabinet spokesman Prof. G.L. Peiris said yesterday.
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Duty of Buddhists to propagate Theravada Buddhism -PM

by Ananda Kannangara

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe commended the development of Theravada Buddhism in Sri Lanka and said it was the duty of all clergy, laity and the Government to preserve and propagate Buddhism.
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Govt. will not compromise vital interests

Cabinet Spokesman Prof. G. L. Peiris yesterday said that the government was not ready to compromise the vital interests of the nation over the peace negotiations. Peiris reiterated that both parties have demonstrated a depth of commitment to continue overcoming the difficult situations.
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Five Committees to strengthen parliamentary system

The Government has decided to strengthen the country's parliamentary system by setting up five Parliamentary Committees comprising members of all political parties represented in the House.
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