Wednesday, 5 May 2004  
The widest coverage in Sri Lanka.
Today's Top Stories NEWS
Business

Features

Editorial

Security

Politics

World

Letters

Sports

Obituaries

Archives

Mihintalava - The Birthplace of Sri Lankan Buddhist Civilization

Government - Gazette

Silumina  on-line Edition

Sunday Observer

Budusarana On-line Edition





Lake House Vesak Lantern Competition 

One of the many Vesak lanterns on display near Lake House. - 
Picture by Avinash Bandara

Norwegian Foreign Minister arrives next week for talks

Norway announced yesterday that its Foreign Minister, Jan Petersen, will visit Sri Lanka on May 10 and 11 to explore ways of bringing the peace process forward.
Full story

 

Treasury removes roadblocks to university education

The Treasury Monday removed a series of financial roadblocks placed by the UNF Government which had prevented the development of university education in the country during the past two years.
Full story

No flood fears, says Met Dept as rains lash country

by Bharatha Malawaraarachchi

The Meterological Department yesterday ruled out any possibility of floods as torrential rains lashed many parts of the country leaving many roads and large tracts of land under water.
Full story


Other Stories

www.imarketspace.com

www.Pathmaconstruction.com

www.ceylincoproperties.com

www.eagle.com.lk

www.continentalresidencies.com

www.ppilk.com

www.singersl.com

www.crescat.com

www.peaceinsrilanka.org

www.helpheroes.lk


News | Business | Features | Editorial | Security
Politics | World | Letters | Sports | Obituaries


Produced by Lake House
Copyright 2003 The Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd.
Comments and suggestions to :Web Manager


Hosted by Lanka Com Services