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Sunday, 30 May 2004
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Mihintalava - The Birthplace of Sri Lankan Buddhist Civilization

Silumina  on-line Edition

Govt. - LTTE Ceasefire Agreement

Government - Gazette

Daily News

Budusarana On-line Edition

ANCL lights up Mihintale

Worlds greatest bowler,Muttiah Muralitharan was yesterday accorded a grand felicitation by President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga at the President's House on his acheivement in Test cricket. Here,the President is seen presenting a memento to Muralitharan in the presence of a large gathering of ministers and past and present cricketers. 
Picture by Indrajith Perera
Despite stalemate LTTE committed to peace - Thamilselvan

by Ananth Palakidner reporting from Kilinochchi

LTTE's political wing leader, S. P. Thamilselvan reiterated, despite the current stalemate in resuming the peace talks, the LTTE would remain committed to the Ceasefire Agreement (CA), and will continue to work towards a political settlement to the National Question.
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ANCL lights up Mihintale

by Lakmal Welabada

Mihintale will be lit up beautifully with the 'Aloka Pooja,' presented for the 42nd time by the Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd (ANCL), in association with the Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) from June 1 to 3. It is conducted in collaboration with the Sri Lanka.
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PC polls on July 10

by Deepal Warnakulasuriya

ns for six provincial councils will be held on July 10 and all campaigns should wind-up before midnight July 07. Elections Commissioner Dayananda Dissanayake announced last Friday.
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Dengue epidemic looms

by Shanika Sriyananda

Looming signs of an epidemic, the deadly dengue disease has killed 19 people including five children under the age of 15 during the past five months. According to health authorities, there is a 40 per cent increase in the number of suspected cases reported during the past five months compared to the corresponding period last year.
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JVP irked over Cabinet numbers

by Jayantha Sri Nissanka

The JVP appears to be perturbed over the appointment of two more Ministers that has now brought the tally to 37.
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