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Mihintalava - The Birthplace of Sri Lankan Buddhist Civilization

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Indian soldiers stand alongside the Agni-2 missile during an Army Day rehearsal in New Delhi, yesterday. The nuclear- pableAgni-2 can deliver a 1,000-kg (2205 lb) payload of more than 2,000 kms (1243 miles). India celebrates its annual Army Day on January 15 with a traditional show of its military might.

President tells nation : My term ends in 2006

President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga declared yesterday that she was Constitutionally empowered to continue her present term as President until 2006 whatever arguments are advanced to the contrary.
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CID hunt for ministers' sons draws blank

by Jayantha Sri Nissanka

Although the CID hunt for the sons of two Ministers reportedly involved in a night club brawl had drawn a blank, one of the young men is said to be in the safe custody of his parents, informed sources said.
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Case against Thilanga Sumathipala : Magistrate transfers case on personal grounds

by Sarath Malalasekera

The Colombo Chief Magistrate and Additional District Judge E.M.Y.T.B. Boyagoda yesterday made no order in respect of the application by the Senior State Counsel Vijitha Malalgoda, to issue a warrant against Sri Lanka Telecom Chairman and Sri Lanka Cricket President Thilanga Sumathipala on personal grounds.
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