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Consensus sought on noise laws

The Central Environment Authority will take steps to introduce legislation to prevent noise pollution. The Supreme Court had accepted the Central Environment Authority's proposals in this regard and the draft proposals are now with the Legal Draftsman's Department for final touches.

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Removal of five levies led to price slash - Trade Minister

The Government has removed five levies including VAT, PAL, SRL (Social Responsibilities Levy) Customs Surcharge and Cess Levy applied on essential commodities by passing the Special Commodity Levy Bill in Parliament on Thursday to provide greater relief to consumers.

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Eastern paddy fields under the plough soon

Farmers in the East deprived of their lands and agricultural activities will be able to re-start their paddy and other cultivations within the next two weeks. The Government has ordered Security Forces to clear all land and anti-personnel mines laid by fleeing LTTE terrorists and enable farmers to re-start their cultivations within the next few weeks.

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LIOC to export lube oil from Trincomalee

Lanka IOC will venture into exporting of lube oil with the setting up a modern lube blending plant in Trincomalee. The plant will commence commercial operations next month, Managing Director R Ramakrishnan told the Daily News Business.

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