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President Mahinda Rajapaksa presented photo albums on the SAARC Summit to all SAARC leaders before their departure. The albums were compiled by the President’s Media Unit and the Department of Information. Here Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh with his album. Director Information Anusha Pelpita and Presidential Media Division Director (Photography) Sudath Silva are at right.

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LTTE’s smuggling mastermind arrested

The mastermind behind smuggling operations for the LTTE and a senior political activist of the organisation, Krishnaneethan, was arrested yesterday at Uchapatti refugee camp in Madurai district, police said.

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Lankans’ life expectancy up by 10 years

The life expectancy of Sri Lankans has gone up by 10 years, according to a latest report published by the WHO. According to the report, the life expectancy of a male has gone up to 69 years and a woman to 79 years.

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Opposition hand in white van incidents probed

Police have arrested four suspects, including two Ministerial Security Division (MSD) personnel, suspected to have been involved in controversial ‘white van’ incidents.

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Play more prominent role as SAARC observer

SL tells China:

President Mahinda Rajapaksa said he expected China to play a more important role as a observer of SAARC. He made the remarks when meeting with Wu Dawei, Deputy Foreign Minister of China who was attending the 15th SAARC Summit here on Saturday.

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DFCC Bank to reduce ComBank stake

Central Bank Monetary Board ruling:

The DFCC Bank has been asked to reduce its stake in Commercial Bank to 15 per cent within 18 months under the Central Bank (CB) Monetary Board ruling.

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