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Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe who is visiting the Polonnaruwa District for party reconstruction work toured Welikanda and Dimbulagala to meet people living in difficult areas to discuss about matters related to selling their paddy harvest. The Prime Minister met the Viharadhipathi of the Dimbulagala Temple, Ven. Maldeniya Jinalankara Thera. Minister of Irrigation H. G. P. Nelson was also present.

LTTE special body studying latest proposal for IA :
Extensive discussions to follow in Wanni

by Ranga Jayasuriya

A high profile consultative committee set up by the LTTE leadership had been tasked to conduct a detailed study of the Government's latest proposals for an Interim Administration for the North and East, an LTTE spokesman said.
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LTTE challenging SLMM wisdom - Austin

by Ranil Wijayapala

With the LTTE yet to come out with its 'assessment report' over the Wan Ela camp issue, Defence Secretary Austin Fernando yesterday came out strongly against the LTTE's response to the SLMM, stating that the LTTE reaction was tantamount to challenging the wisdom of the SLMM.
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Govt will consult all parties before final decision on IA - PM

Ananda Kannangara reporting from Medirigiriya, Polonnaruwa

The proposals made by LTTE on the Interim Administrative (IA) council system will be decided by the Government without violating the Constitution and the existing laws of the land, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said yesterday.
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ANCL donates Rs. 600,000 for Kandy Esala Festival

by Asela Kuruluwansa

The Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd has donated Rs. 600,000 for the Kandy Esala Festival to illuminate the Sri Dalada Maligawa and the four devales and to give away prizes to the artistes participating in the Perahera.
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More illegal immigrants arrested

by Ranil Wijayapala

The Kandy Police, who raided two hotels in Kandy yesterday arrested another 114 would be illegal immigrants from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh while they were awaiting the green light to board vessels bound for Europe.
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