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Govt. - LTTE Ceasefire Agreement

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TIME FOR MUSIC. A group of drummers from the Sri Lanka Air Force band are seen here rehearsing for the forthcoming 14th Asian Athletics Championships which will take place from the 9th to 12th of this month at the Sugathadasa Stadium, Colombo. Forty-three Asian countries will compete in the events.
Pic. - Thilak Perera
Ceasefire Day+160: Tamil parties satisfied : Peace process on firm footing

by P. Krishnaswamy

The country passed its one hundred and sixtieth day of the ceasefire last week amid optimism within the Government and in the Tamil political leadership, together with the Monitoring Mission, that the peace process has remained on track and could now move further.
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Anti-VAT campaign : 'Do not be misled' - Choksy

Finance Minister K.N. Choksy warns the general public not be misled by the sinister campaign to belittle the efforts of the government to reduce the rising cost of living with the two-tier Value Added Tax system which came into operation on August 1.
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