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The Heads of delegations attending the Third Meeting of SAARC Energy Ministers held in Colombo yesterday. Here Afghanistan’s Energy and Water Deputy Minister Ahmad Wali Sherzai, Bangladesh’s Foreign Affairs State Minister Hasan Mahmud, Bhutan’s Economic Affairs Minister Lyonpo Khandu Wangchul, India’s Minister of Power Sushil Kumar Shinde, Maldives Housing, Transport and Environment Minister Mohamed Aslam, Power and Energy Minister W.D.J. Seneviratne, Nepal’s Water Resources Minister Bisnu Prasad Paude, Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources in Pakistan G.A. Sabri and Secretary General of SAARC Sheel Kant Sharma. Picture by Saman Sri Wedage


Triumph - The saga of Kilinochchi

President assures

SAFE PASSAGE

Urges LTTE to allow free civilian movement within 48 hours:

Being acutely conscious of the welfare of the civilians forcibly being held in the conflict zone by the LTTE, we have declared a safe zone for civilians. I urge the LTTE within the next 48 hours to allow free movement of civilians to ensure their safety and security,

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Indo-Sri Lanka power transmission on way

SAARC works for renewable energy sources:

The Government is in the process of formation of a High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) power transmission line between India and Sri Lanka to ensure a secure and sustainable energy supply to meet the energy needs at reasonable prices.

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LTTE submarine found

An LTTE armour plated underwater craft and three other partially assembled submarine type smaller crafts (midgets) were recovered by the Task Force III troops from the Udayarkattukulam area in the recently liberated Vishuamadu last morning. The bigger craft was 35 feet in length, military sources said.

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‘Investor interest will improve if ‘war risk’ label is removed’

Investor interest will improve gradually in Sri Lanka if the “war risk” label is removed. If other countries remove the risk premium to the levels of Thailand,

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