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Health, Nutrition and Uva Wellassa Development Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva speaks before the press after the plenary session of the 7th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP) in Kobe, western Japan yesterday, while Prasada Rao (L), Director of Regional Support Team of Asia Pacific of UN Programs on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) looks on. Pic AFP. See also page 11

Volunteer teachers multiply

by Jayantha Sri Nissanka

A massive racket operates in the North Central Province with influential officials taking bribes from persons who never served as volunteer teachers promising to give them teaching posts from the back door.
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Shippers concerned over Colombo port status

by Rohan Mathes

Shippers' Council calls for timely action from the Government to avert the imperative threat of Colombo port losing its hub-port status by year 2009.
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