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All smiles to meet their leader : People from Beliatta area gathered at Temple Trees to meet their Leader President Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday. Picture by Sudath Silva

Five Bozena Flail machines costing Sri Lanka Rs. 250m bought from Slovakia to remove land mines buried in the North and East arrived in the island on a special Chinese Airways airline yesterday. They were handed over to the Sri Lanka Army at the Airport by Ministers Sarath Gunaratne and Rishard Bathiudeen. Picture by Saman Sri Wedage


Indo-Sri Lanka electricity interconnection project:

India to supply 500 MW power

A high profile Indian delegation is due in Sri Lanka at the end of this month to strike the historic deal to begin the construction of Indo-Sri Lanka Electricity Interconnection project. Under this project the country will receive electricity of 500 mega watts (MW) initially.

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Health budget to increase three-fold

Healthcare and Nutrition Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva said the Treasury has agreed to increase the health budget three-fold to uplift the public health facilities to improve the quality of lives.

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Vavuniya villages to come under cultivation

Nearly 2,160 acres in the 35 resettlement villages in Vavuniya will be under cultivation shortly. Northern Governor Major General G.A. Chandrasiri has instructed officials in this regard.

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Twenty million units on offer:

NAMAL and Acuity partners to launch Rs. 1 billion IPO

National Asset Management Limited (NAMAL) and Acuity Partners will launch the Initial Public Offering (IPO) of the NAMAL Acuity Value Fund to the value of Rs 1 billion. This will be the first closed ended Unit Trust to be listed on the Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE), CEO NAMAL S. Jeyavarman told a media briefing at the HNB Towers yesterday.

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