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President Mahinda Rajapaksa who visited the Kataragama Kirivehera and Kataragama Devalaya yesterday morning offering flowers to the Bodhi. Picture by Chandana Perera


Rs. 2,500 m development drive for South

The Government has embarked on an expedited mega development drive for rural villages in the South for which Rs. 2,500 million has been allocated in line with the Mahinda Chinthana 10-year development plan.

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3,000 kidney patients at Medawachchiya hospital

The Medawachchiya district hospital has registered 3,000 kidney patients at their clinic, a spokesman for the hospital told a progress review meeting.

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Over 50 LTTE cadres killed

Military reports received from the battlefronts in the North indicate that 52 Tigers were killed and at least 42 injured during weekend military offensives aimed at liberating the Wanni region.

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Nedumaran and supporters held for supporting Tigers

Tamil nationalist leader Pazha Nedumaran and at least 164 members of his outfit were held on Saturday for staging a demonstration in support of the Tigers and against the Sri Lankan and Indian Governments.

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New species of mountain mouse deer in Horton Plains?

 Reports by a wildlife photographer and a naturalist indicate that they may have either discovered a very rare new species or a sub species of a mountain mouse deer, known as Meeminna in Sinhalese, endemic to Sri Lanka.

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Poverty alleviation through sustainable agriculture - New CTC Chairman

Ceylon Tobacco Co PLC’s new Chairman, Jayampathi Divale Bandaranayake will amalgamate his responsibilities, fully conscious of the sensitivities and emotions associated with the tobacco trade. He succeeds Ken Balendra who steps down from the CTC Board after nine years as Director of which the last five years has been as its Chairman.

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