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Spot billed Pelicans (Grey Pelicans) abounding the Colombo Beira Lake and Attidiya Lake reservation daily looking for their prey, flock back to the Dehiwala Zoological gardens during noon meal time for their share of food. Here a Zoo employee feeding pelicans flocking around him with a meal of fish. Picture by Saman Sri Wedage


US jails Tiger arms dealers

Lankan, Singaporean, two Indonesians convicted:

Federal prosecutors in Baltimore say a Singaporean man was sentenced to three years for his part in buying missiles and guns for Sri Lankan terrorists. On Thursday, 57-year-old Haniffa Bin Osman was sentenced for buying surface-to-air missiles, night vision devices, machine guns and other weapons.

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Gas prices down

The Government brought down the prices of Laugfs and Shell gas from midnight yesterday. The new price of a domestic gas cylinder of Laugfs and Shell will be Rs. 1,679 and Rs. 1,785.

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Soosai’s hideout pounded

Air Force fighter jets carried out a successful air sorties targeting Sea Tiger leader Soosai’s hideout in Jayanthinagar, Kilinochchi yesterday afternoon.

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India bolsters security along Palk Strait, Gulf of Mannar

Security along the Palk Straits and Gulf of Mannar has been further strengthened in view of the ongoing battle between the Sri Lankan Army and the LTTE, a top Indian naval official said yesterday.

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Sakvithi: Central Bank cannot be held responsible - SC

The Central Bank could not be held responsible when gamblers lose their money, observed Justice Nimal Gamini Amaratunga refusing to inquire into the alleged rights violation of eight depositors who had been allegedly cheated by Sakvithi Ranasinghe out of their deposit money.
 

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JKH posts PBT of Rs. 3.01 b

John Keels Holdings (JKH) recorded a Profit Before Tax (PBT) to Rs. 3.01 billion. An increase of 27 per cent for the six months ended 30 September 2008 for the six months, ended 30 September 2008.

 

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