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DateLine Sunday, 17 February 2008

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A shipload of text books and essential goods will be despatched to Jaffna on Tuesday. Here Deputy Commissioner of Essential Services Rear Admiral H.S. Ratnakeerthi and the Deputy Commissioner of Education Publications Department, Lenin Madivanam inspect the work in progress.
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Massive fertiliser fraud bared

A massive fertiliser fraud which had been going on for some time in a government owned fertiliser company under the Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Services has been detected by the investigation unit of the ministry.

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No new permits for private bus operators

Enough buses to provide good service

The Ministry of Transport will not issue new permits to private bus operators as the number of buses that operate is sufficient to provide a good service.

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170 Tamil PCs pass out from Eastern Province
 

One-hundred-and-seventy Tamil police constables passed out from the Eastern Province yesterday since the region was liberated from the grip of the LTTE last year.

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Market prospects for Ceylon tea in 2008 'optimistic' - Report

The market prospects for Ceylon tea in 2008 look optimistic said Asia Siyaka Commodities (Pvt) Ltd in its annual report 2008. Local and global factors would play a part in a year full of opportunities as well as some uncertainties. Low Grown teas, together with whole and semi leaf grades from other elevations will enjoy good marketing conditions throughout 2008.

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