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DateLine Sunday, 9 September 2007

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The Five Golden Authors who shared the Swarna Pusthaka Award 2006 Daya Dissanayake, Erawwala Nandimitra, Dr. A.T Ariyaratne, Karunadasa Sooriyarachchi, Sriyani Ekanayake and Karunadheera Alwis. Inaugurated for the first time in the history of literature in Sri Lanka, the Swarna Pusthaka Award 2006 organised by the Sri Lanka Book Publishers Association was held on Friday at the BMICH with Chief Justice Sarath Nanda Silva as the Chief Guest.


UNP lacks support to topple Govt

SB blames JVP for double standards:

Contrary to the 'dreams' of some politicians of the Opposition, which say the days are numbered to topple the Government, the United National Party (UNP) says that there is no immediate intention as they lack the support of other parties.

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HR agencies to be informed of controversial statement

The controversial statement issued by the Human Rights Watch over certain cases of disappearances in the country will be brought to the attention of international human rights agencies by the Ministry of Disaster Management and Human Rights, next week.

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Food and shelter for displaced at Silawatura

The Government will provide food, shelter and sanitary facilities to the displaced families at Silawatura in the Mannar district with the help of the Armed Forces and Non Governmental Organisations, Minister of Re-Settlement and Disaster Relief Services, Risath Bathiyutheen told the 'Sunday Observer' .

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Herbal market will hit $ 5 trillion - Asoka Hettigoda

Ayurveda is nature's gift for better health and it is a US$20bln market but Sri Lanka does not even command 1% of this growing market said the chairman of the organising committee Ayurveda 2007 Asoka Hettigoda.

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