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US Ambassador Jeffrey Lunstead yesterday called on Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse at his residence at Torrington Avenue. Picture by Kavindra Perera

Supreme Court asks SB to answer contempt charges

by Wasantha Ramanayake

The Supreme Court yesterday issued notice on S.B. Dissanayake, the former Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Samurdhi to appear before Court on May 7 to answer the contempt charges levelled at him, the Registrar of the Supreme Court said.
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J-biz pledges support to new Govt.

The J-biz which was severely critical of the Freedom Alliance Economic policies in the run up to the General Election has thrown in its lot with the new government after the resounding victory of the Freedom Alliance.
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TNA calls for peace talks

All Members of Parliament elected under the name and symbol of the Illankai Tamil Arasu Kadchchi (TNA) and constituting the Tamil National Alliance yesterday urged that steps be taken to commence negotiations with the LTTE.
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