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The large crowd at the rally addressed by President Mahinda Rajapaksa at the Ambalangoda public grounds yesterday. Picture by Kamal Jayamanna

HICORP transactions with SL Army:

Friend spills the beans

Company registered fraudulently:

Upul Ilangamage, an ex-Captain of the Sinha Regiment, a long-standing family friend of Sarath Fonseka and a resident of Oklahoma USA confirmed the arms deals in connection with Hicorp International Inc. managed by Fonseka’s son-in-law and its fraudulent registration.

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President tells unprecedented crowd at Ambalangoda:

People will tell world they are against terrorism

On January 26, the people of this country will tell the world they are against separatism, President Mahinda Rajapaksa said yesterday addressing the massive UPFA election rally at Ambalangoda.He emphatically stated that he would not allow anyone to betray the hard earned freedom won.


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Sanath appeals to voters :

Vote for President

Renowned Cricketer Sanath Jayasuriya yesterday said that it was an obligation of the people of Ambalangoda as well as of the entire country to cast their votes on January 26 for President Mahinda Rajapaksa who created a peaceful and fearless environment for people to travel around and live in safely.

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Election law violations:

Stern action against police personnel - IGP warns

The Police Department will take stern action against errant police personnel irrespective of their positions who violate Election Laws. The Police Department had taken action against several police personnel who had violated the Election Laws recently. If found guilty to the charges preferred against them, the police personnel will be removed from the Police Department, Inspector General of Police Mahinda Balasuriya told a media briefing at the Police Headquarters yesterday.

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Investors ready for Star Class hotels:

Tourism picks up in Jaffna

There is immense potential for tourism and hotel industry in the Northern province. Over 500 people visit Jaffna daily from various parts of the country with the dawn of peace. With the opening of the A-9 road for the public, the number of tourists visiting Jaffna has increased rapidly. In years to come tourists will not only arrive by road and air, but the ferries will also increase.

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