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The old Anguruwatota bridge across Kalu Ganga built during British times around 100 years ago collapsed and fell into the river yesterday. Police said there were no casualties as its use was prohibited after the construction of the new Rainbow Bridge with Japanese aid three years ago.
Picture by Milton Dharmasinghe, Bulathsinhala special correspondent


Triumph - The saga of Kilinochchi

India lauds safe passage

Offer to Northern civilians:

India on Thursday lauded the Sri Lankan Government’s announcement of granting a safe passage to civilians trapped in the northern parts of the island and hoped that the conditions of civilians will improve in days to come.

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DMK flays LTTE for not responding to 48-hour ceasefire

The Ruling DMK yesterday sharply criticised the LTTE for not responding to the 48-hour ceasefire declared by the Sri Lankan Government in the Vanni region to evacuate civilians caught in the fighting between the Army and the Tigers.

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Truce not a ceasefire

Disaster Management Minister Mahinda Samarasinghe yesterday said the 48-hour truce period granted by President Mahinda Rajapaksa to free civilians out of LTTE bondage was in no way a ceasefire.

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Sathosa records Rs. 35 m profit

Lanka Sathosa Limited has recorded a net profit of Rs.35 million for the first time last year as a result of restructuring to provide essential items at reasonable prices.

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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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