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President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga met Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf yesterday. 
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Arrangements for 70 pc aid for 2004 finalised:

Tokyo funds flow in

by Ranil Wijayapala and Rajmi Manatunga

The Government has already finalised agreements for more than 70 per cent of the aid pledged at the Tokyo donor conference for 2004 despite UNP allegations that no foreign aid is flowing to the country, Cabinet Spokesman Minister Mangala Samaraweera said yesterday. Funds amounting to US$ 4.5 billion were pledged in Tokyo.
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Bellamy praises Lanka's Action Plan for Children

from Manjula Fernando in New York

UNICEF Executive Director Carol Bellamy Wednesday commended the Sri Lankan initiative to launch the National Plan of Action on Children that proposes to build a better world for them, fulfilling a commitment made by the world leaders at the UN special assembly session in May 2002.
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UNP has no moral right to talk about COL - Mangala

by Ranil Wijayapala and Rajmi Manatunga

The United National Party (UNP) has no moral right to talk about or criticise the UPFA's management of the cost of living and the fulfilment of pledges given to the people since the UNP had not been able either to control the cost of living or fulfil their pledges to the people.
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