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DateLine Sunday, 24 February 2008





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Wet Zone rice culture - Never too late

The major reason for abandoning Wet Zone rice lands was quoted as the high literacy rate. The new generation may not want to be farmers even if they belong to the rural farming community. Once an Indian expert inquired about the literacy rate of Sri Lanka to advise on sugar cane cultivation in Inginimitiya project.

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Mind your language

Sometimes the task of national unification takes a particularly enlightened multilingual, multi-religious character, but in many, even most cases, the struggle requires the mobilization of the peasantry and the nationalist intelligentsia and therefore takes a majoritarian nationalist, even religio-nationalist, character. The Year 1848 which witnessed radical democratic revolutions throughout Europe was called the Springtime of Nations and that season spilled over into a conflict of nationalisms.

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Public vigilance vital to defeat Tigers

The second day of February started as usual. It was one of those slow and relaxed Saturdays. Yet to some hundred odd people travelling in a bus in the North Central Province it was a fateful day. The bus was plying from Kandy to Anuradhapura as usual.

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Sunday Meeting
Face to Face

BodY & Soul

Sunday Crime

Gamin Gamata - Presidential Community & Welfare Service
Ceylinco Banyan Villas

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