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Sri Lanka secures US $ 550 million direct investment from India

Sri Lanka was able to secure over US 550 million dollars worth of foreign direct investment benefitting vital sectors of the economy during the recent Indian visit of President Mahinda Rajapakse.

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Suspicion raised over disappearance of LTTE martyrs' families

The sudden disappearance of 90 'martyr's families' of the LTTE from their dwellings in Jaffna have raised the suspicions of the Army who believes that members of these families have been inducted into a certain civilian group, trained by the LTTE to assassinate security personnel.

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Minister Bogollagama with Managing Director Raman Roy, Raman Roy Agencies, and new Chairman John Keells Susantha Ratnayake at the media briefing at the BoI yesterday. Pix by: Sumanachandra Ariyawansa


There's no room for more players in lubricant market

THE Managing Director of Caltex Lubricants Lanka Ltd., Kishu Gomes yesterday said that there is a possibility of the Government reviewing the cabinet proposal to double the license fee for the lubricant marketers.

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Indian women’s cricketer Anjum Chopra (on left) plays a cover drive. Sri Lankan wicketkeeper Dumila Dedunu (R) looks on during the final match between India and Sri Lanka in the Women’s Asia Cricket Cup at the National Stadium in Karachi, 04 January 2006. India scored 269 runs in 50 overs.


Mithali leads India to Asia Cup women's title

Skipper Mithali Raj hit a brilliant century to lead India to an overwhelming 97-run win against Sri Lanka and a second successive Asia Cup title here on Wednesday.   

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Orangutans, Bima (7) and Melly (5), hold hands together after their Javanese custom wedding ceremony at Pasuruan Safari Park, in East Java. Bima and Melly were from two different safari parks with the wedding organiser, Pasuruan Safari Park, holding the ceremony as part of its tourism promotion and to help with the continuation of this endangered species. AFP

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