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Taking a plunge
A young swimmer jumps into the sea from the rampart of the Old Dutch Galle Fort which is a world heritage site in Galle.                        Reuters

More teeth for police to fight underworld

by Asanga Warnakulasuriya

Minister of Public Security, Law and Order and Buddhasasana Ratnasiri Wickremanayake has called upon top Police officers to come up with proposals which add more teeth to the existing laws dealing with criminals and underworld gangs.
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Kidnap complaint:

Police search for newly elected UNP PC member

by Sarath Malalasekera

Bambalapitiya Police investigating a complaint of kidnapping of a father of a 16-year-old-girl is looking for newly elected UNP Provincial Council Member Duminda Silva to record a statement in connection with the complaint, Bambalapitiya Police station OIC, Chief Inspector Ananda Kumarasiri said yesterday.
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Fowzie meets Aadivaasi community in Dambana

by Florence Wickramage

Environment and Natural Resources Minister A. H. M. Fowzie will officially visit Mahiyangana today declared as "Aadivaasi Day" to meet the Aadivaasi community in Dambana.
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No emergency in WP

No emergency has been declared in the Western Province as some newspapers stated yesterday.
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