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DateLine Sunday, 18 November 2007

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Guardians of the nation

Three Armed Forces representatives, Flight Lt. Suresh Fernando (SLAF), Lt. Saliya Jayawardane (SLA) and Lt. Chathura Gamage (SLN) who were injured in the battle front, cut the cake at the maiden Sunday Observer Youth Club get-together at the Trans Asia Hotel last week. Pic: Chaminda Hittatiyage.


CID probes US$ 3 million money laundering

UNP MP Ravi Karunanayake under investigation:

The Criminal Investigation Department probing a violation of the Money laundering Act on Thursday obtained a Court order from the Colombo Fort Magistrate and Additional District Judge Namal Bandara Balalle to peruse an account of a private bank where three million US Dollars had been deposited in local currency.

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Happy B'day Mr. President

Today is the 62nd birthday of President Mahinda Rajapaksa. The birthday coincides with the completion of his first two years as the fifth Executive President of Sri Lanka.

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LTTE supporters are traitors to India - Jayalalitha

The arch rival of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and leader of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kalagam Jayalalitha Jayaram has branded whoever supported the LTTE as traitors of India and insisted that they should be arrested and imprisoned.

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Reminiscence of a People’s President

 

Paradise Found - Odel’s Christmas theme

 

Paradise Found is this year’s Christmas theme of ODEL, which has been transformed into an exotic garden of paradise with bejewelled parrots, stunning peacocks and seaquinned butterflies. Every year our team works for nine months to create a new theme and adds new lines for the benefit of our valued customers said CEO of ODEL, Otara Gunewardena. This year we have added a gadets room to the gents section to include all kinds of accessories and shower gels and baths while 10 fit on rooms have been added to the ladies section. Inset: Otara Gunewardena at the store

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