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Mihintalava - The Birthplace of Sri Lankan Buddhist Civilization

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The Jaffna library was one of the best in South East Asia. Its vast treasure of books went up in smoke in 1981 when the building was set ablaze.

Kadirgamar demolishes Kapukotuwa's claims of State media bias

Minister of Information and Telecommunication Lakshman Kadirgamar replying to allegations levelled by UNP General Secretary, Senarath Kapukotuwa that State media institutions were being controlled by political appointees, has reminded the UNP General Secretary that when the State media was under the UNF, all Boards of Management and key positions had been held by persons who were political appointees and also by members of the UNF government's propaganda unit.
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President to PSC Chairman:

Don't approve Cabinet confirmed quasi appointments

President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga yesterday requested the Public service Commission not to approve a Cabinet decision taken in her absence to confirm the temporary, casual and contractual employees on the personal staff of Ministers stating such appointments were incorrect and irregular.
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Jaffna Library re-opens

by Ariyaratna Ganegoda

The Jaffna Library set on fire and destroyed during the District Development Council election in 1981 by political thugs was re-opened on Monday after 20 years, Librarian S. Thanabalasingham said.
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