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New inmates at Dehiwela Zoo :
They seem all at home in their new surroundings, these three Bengal tigers, two zebras and two kudu who are the latest arrivals at the Dehiwela Zoo. The animals were brought from a zoo in China and were placed in special cages until they get used to their new habitat. They are part of a Sri Lanka-China Animal Exchange Programme, the Assistant Director of the Dehiwela Zoo, Renuka Bandaranaike said.
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Dissolution of PCs a correct move - Prof. G.L. Peiris

‘Decision in the hands of the people’:

Export Development and International Trade Minister Prof. G.L. Peiris yesterday outlined the decision taken by the Governors to dissolve North Central and Sabaragamuwa Provincial Councils as a completely correct move from a political, legal and practical standpoint.

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Lanka calls on EU to list TRO and other LTTE front organisations

Foreign Secretary Dr. Palitha Kohona on Wednesday called upon the European Union to list the Tamil Rehabilitation Organisation and other LTTE front organisations, which have been clearly identified, including by the US Government, as raising funds for the LTTE.

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Govt will not suppress media - Minister

Information and Media Minister Anura Priyadharshana Yapa yesterday said the Government has no intention whatsoever to suppress journalists.

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Lanka Bell goes for Rs. 3b optic cable

New vistas in voice and data solutions:

Rs. 3 billion investment by Lanka Bell to link Sri Lanka to the world's largest private undersea fibre optic cable system will bring unrestricted broadband access to the local telecommunications sector.

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