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They sacrifice their life and limb to protect the nation. With grit of determination, they are ready to take on any challenge. Here a group of war heroes participates in an event at the Sri Lanka Army Sports festival of the disabled - 2008 at the Army Grounds in Colombo on Friday.
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LTTE should denounce violence - EROS Gen Secy

Norway did hardly anything constructive:

Former military commander of the pioneer Tamil militant organisation Eelam Revolutionary Organisation of Students in the east, Rajanathan Prabhakaran said that the armed struggle of the LTTE would not fulfil the political aspirations of the Tamils in the North and East and the LTTE leadership should denounce its violence and concentrate on achieving the rights of the Tamils politically.

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Petro dollars for Lankan professionals in ME

A highly acclaimed Indian banker who visited Sri Lanka from the Middle East last week said there were many opportunities for Sri Lankan professionals to tap the vast resources in the Middle East for Sri Lanka's economic development.

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Compensation for farmers hit by rains

The Agriculture and Agrarian Insurance Board has sent teams to five districts which were affected by heavy rains to assess the damage and pay compensation, said Chairman, AAIB Mervin Gunasena.

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The Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) has decided to suspend the public gallery and the trading floor at the CSE premises due to security reasons from Tuesday, April 1. Investors have been requested to go to the public galleries of the stock broking firms for trading. Brokers when contacted said they opposed the move and attributed the suspension to cut down on electricity charges.


 

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