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One of the Black Rhinoceros out of the two brought to the Dehiwala Zoological Gardens as part of an exchange programme carried out with the Nagoya Higashiyama Zoo in Japan. Left: Recreation and Sports Minister Gamini Lokuge being briefed about the animals by officials. Pictures by Sudath Nishantha

Govt rejects Holmes’ allegations

Intemperate comments could question UN’s impartiality, says PM:

The Government regrets very much the implication of the statement attributed to the UN Under Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs Sir John Holmes in an interview given to Reuters, Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickremanayake said yesterday.

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Escapee family says Wanni people yearn to flee to South

A family of five who fled the oppression of the LTTE in the Wanni wants the Government to clear the North as it did in the East if they were to enjoy lasting peace.

 

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Sri Lankan scouts among 13 reported missing in Britain

Thirteen scouts including several Sri Lankans who came to Britain for the 100th anniversary of the international youth movement have disappeared, police said.

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Select Committees to probe COPE allegations

The Government yesterday agreed to appoint Parliamentary Select Committees to probe each of the allegations and issues contained in the Committee on Public Enterprises report.

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Boom for businesses in developing countries - Dr. Hans Wijesuriya

There are more opportunities for the business sector in developing countries, CEO, Dialog Telecom, Dr. Hans Wijesuriya at the inauguration of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants National Conference 2007 held yesterday. Dr. Wijesuriya said this is why he is making an appeal to the professionals to stay in Sri Lanka and make use of these opportunities. He also said that in 10 years, innovation and service would be the most sought after products and professionals should gear themselves for it from now.

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