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President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Pakistan Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani held bilateral discussions yesterday in Tripoli, Libya on the sidelines of the 40th anniversary celebrations of the Al-Fateh Revolution. Picture by Sudath Silva

Observer-Mobitel Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer All Island, Angelo Perera (St. Peter’s College) receiving the coveted Trophy from Sri Lanka Telecom Chairperson Leisha de Silva Chandrasena. Also in the picture are ANCL Chairman Bandula Padmakumara, Sri Lanka Telecom Chief Executive Officer Suren Amarasekera, Chief Editor Sunday Observer Dinesh Weerawansa (partly hidden). Picture by Ruwan de Silva


President tells Forbes magazine:

No peace without development

‘I’ll win economic war, too’:

Without development, there won’t be peace; we must develop the economy, I don’t want to just be the liberator, I want to be the leader who brings permanent peace and development to this country and reconciliation with Tamil communities in the North and the East,

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Mega irrigation projects underway in Northern Province

The Government has taken several measures to reconstruct and renovate irrigation system in the Northern Province on the directive of Northern Task Force Chairman, Senior Presidential Advisor Basil Rajapaksa MP, Northern Province Governor Major General G.A Chandrasiri said.

 

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President congratulates Hatoyama

President Mahinda Rajapaksa in a message to the Leader of the Democratic Party of Japan Yukio Hatoyama, congratulated him on his resounding victory at the Parliamentary election on August 30.

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Establishing 100 percent online submission advocated:

Thirteen recommendations to enhance trade facilitation

Jonathan Koh of CrimsonLogic, Singapore said the number of days for export should be reduced by half from the current 21 days to achieve excellence in international trade. Paper submission and the administration burden should be reduced, red tape should be checked and trade facilitation enhanced, he said.

 

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