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Archbishop of Colombo Rt. Rev. Dr. Oswald Gomis, Bishop of Mannar Rt. Rev. Rayappu Joseph and Administrator of the Madhu Church Rev. Fr. Emilianuspillai paid a courtesy call on President Mahinda Rajapaksa at Temple Trees yesterday.
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Air Force combat capability intact - SLAF Chief

MONDAY’S LTTE attack on the Anuradhapura Air Force Base has in no way reduced the attack capability of the Sri Lanka Air Force, Air Force Commander Air Vice Marshal Roshan Gunatilleke said yesterday.

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President, Archbishop discuss Madhu Peace Zone proposal

ARCHBISHOP of Colombo Rt. Rev. Oswald Gomis met President Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday for a discussion on bolstering security measures in the newly liberated Silavathura and also in Mannar.

 

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Investigation into alleged display of naked bodies

THE Government has ordered a full scale inquiry into the alleged display of naked bodies of the LTTE ‘Black Tigers’ who participated in Monday’s attack on the Anuradhapura Air Force Base.

 

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Maximum retail prices for milk powder

THE Government has introduced a new price policy for milk powder stipulating the maximum retail price for a 400 gram pack at Rs.275. A one kilo pack will be priced at Rs.687 under this agreement reached with milk powder importers yesterday.

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Ceylon Glass Rs. 3.7 b. expansion nears completion

Ceylon Glass would be investing Rs. 3.7 billion for a new production plant in Horana. This would be completed in the fourth quarter of the current financial year. Managing Director and President CGCL, Sanjay Tiwari said that with the completion of this project, the current production capacity for manufacturing coloured bottles of different shapes would be more than doubled.

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