proposals of govt. before New Year
The government will put forward its devolution proposals
as a political solution to the North-East crisis before
master plan to kick off soon
A 25- year master plan has been drawn by the government
to develop the Eastern province which encompasses the
districts of Batticaloa, Trincomalee and Amapara. The
implementation of the master plan is expected to
ring road to ease traffic congestion
The government is planning to construct an outer Colombo
ring road connecting Kottawa, Kaduwela and Kadawatha
called the outer circular road, to ease traffic
congestion within the Colombo city.
Brutal assault of
Ananda student: Why?
The Ananda College student, who was critically injured
in a student clash recently, was discharged from
hospital after undergoing treatment, but the ...
SLFP, JHU APRC
proposals within two weeks
Sri Lanka Freedom Party and Jathika Hela Urumaya are
expected to present their much delayed proposals to the
All Party Representative Committee within the next two
weeks, The Nation learns.
amendments to CFA
The Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) has called on the
government to seriously consider amendments to the
Ceasefire Agreement (CFA).
… no amendents to
CFA, says Keheliya
To prevent taps going dry
Defence spokesman and Cabinet Minister Keheliya
Rambukwella has said the Ceasefire Agreement (CFA) will
remain intact without any changes.
Water from reservoirs to swell
The Water Board together with the Ceylon Electricity
Board has decided to release water from the Castlereigh
and Maussakele reservoirs to prevent the decreasing
water levels of the Kelani River resulting in an inflow
of sea water.
Troops bag five
more LTTE bases
The military yesterday captured five LTTE bases in the
Trincomalee area, forcing the Tigers to flee into the
jungles, defence spokesman Brigadier Prasad Samarasinghe
chartered to ferry MR’s jumbo team to China
A delegation of over 100 persons including 20 Buddhist
monks will accompany President Mahinda Rajapaksa when he
leaves on an official visit to China tonight, The Nation