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Marriage Proposals
Government Gazette

Civilians wade through the waters of the Nanthikadal lagoon to arrive in Government controlled areas Courtesy army.lk

The Bak Maha festival organized by the Thakshila Navy Camp, Welisara was held with First Lady Shiranthi Rajapaksa as the chief guest. Here the First Lady crowns the beauty queen.

A triumphant march from Mavil Aru to Mullaitivu through the lens - Daily News Pictorial Supplement

A Daily News Supplement to mark 61st Anniversary of Independence

Triumph - The saga of Kilinochchi

Freedom at last

Over 122,000 Vanni civilians seek refuge in Government:

The 58 Division troops backed by the Commando and Special Forces troops yesterday continued their humanitarian operation to rescue the civilians trapped inside the Safe Zone after reaching the Eastern beachfront dividing the Safe Zone into two enabling more civilians to arrive into the military controlled areas as huge influx of civilians continued till yesterday evening.

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President tells British PM:

No pause necessary

The request by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown for a pause in military action was deemed as unnecessary by President Mahinda Rajapaksa considering the unexpected exodus of 35,000 civilians to the cleared areas from the No Fire Zone (NFZ). This was said by President Rajapaksa during a telephone conversation initiated by the British Prime Minister, yesterday.


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Basil to visit India

Senior Presidential Advisor and Parliamentarian, Basil Rajapaksa would visit India shortly as a special envoy of President Mahinda Rajapaksa for talks with the Indian authorities, Media Minister Lakshman Yapa Abeywardena said at a press conference in Colombo yesterday.

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No truth in rumours, says CB Governor:

IMF loan on track

The IMF loan is very much on track and the Government will get it within a few weeks, Governor, Central Bank Ajith Nivard Cabraal told Daily News Business. He said that there is no truth in some rumours going around that the US is trying to block this loan and it is a matter of time but it will not take months.


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