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President Mahinda Rajapaksa opened the Maritime Archaeological Museum and Information Centre at Galle Fort yesterday. The new museum building was constructed under the Netherlands aid program. Minister Mahinda Yapa Abeywardane was also present. Picture by Chandana Perera


President at Maritime Archaeological Museum opening :

Bring committed politicians up

Masses should bring to politics people really committed to rebuild the nation in the future, said President Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday. The President was speaking at the opening of the maritime archaeological museum established at the Dutch warehouse in the Galle Fort Premises under the Galle Fort Conservation project which was funded by the Netherlands Government.

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Senior citizens get bonus on interest

All Sri Lankan citizens above 60 will receive a bonus interest of 20 percent on the interest drawn from their savings and fixed deposit accounts maintained at any state or private registered bank in Sri Lanka from January 1 this year,

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Wilpattu blossoms again

After Army mine clearing operation:

During their unrelenting and risky operations, specifically designed to rid all kinds of buried LTTE mines and unexploded devices (UXOs) from the Wilpattu National Park, now open for visitors, professionally trained de-miners of 5 Field Engineer Regiment of Corps of Engineers have unearthed two Anti Tank Mines,

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Telecom Summit 2010, colombo:

Revolution lies ahead

Broadband services to be key growth drive:

Sri Lanka and India have immense growth potential for collaborations in the telecommunication industry. UT Starcom’s Managing Director for South Asia Vijay Yadav said Sri Lanka has a well adopted technology in telecommunications and geographically Lanka is well placed.

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