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Sunday, 11 May 2003
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BUILDING FAITH, MAKING PEACE: With the intensity of military duties relaxed after more than a year of the Ceasefire, this Army officer has the time, and the peace of mind, for the traditional family pastime of making Vesak koodu. Sunday Observer lensman Sulochana Gamage snapped him buying lantern frames to have some special time at home this holy week.
Govt. has strength to face any challenge -PM

By Deepal Warnakulasuriya & Don Asoka Wijewardena

Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe told a public meeting in Piliyandala yesterday that the Government firmly rejected the attempt to vest the Development Lottery Board under the President but was keen to resolve the controversy through dialogue. "The Government does not accept the reasons given by the President for the take-over of the Development Lottery.
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Police investigating attack on Govt. Press

by ANTON NONIS and Chamikara Weerasinghe

The situation at Government Printing Press on Baseline Road, Borella has calmed down and there have been no incidents reported from the area after tight security was imposed last Friday night, the police said yesterday.
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