Sunday Observer Online


Sunday, 10 April 2011





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Voice of the President

Divert defence funds for development

Sri Lanka cricket is in turmoil with the sudden turn of events that took place barely a few days after becoming the world’s second best in cricket. Sri Lankans, who had high hopes of winning the World Cup this time had warmly welcomed the runners up of the world Cup Cricket 2011,

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Govt loes Ru 53b revenue,by waiving duty:

Oil prices rise due to ME unrest -Susil Premajayantha

Petroleum Industries Minister Susil Premajayantha said despite the revision of fuel prices, the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) has to incur a loss of Rs. 1.90 per litre of petrol, Rs. 33 per litre of diesel and Rs.47 per litre of kerosene.

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UNP leaders air different views

The long drawn out battle for supremacy of the grand old party was settled amicably a few weeks ago to the surprise of the entire membership. The annual United National Party convention held on December 12, 2010,

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By forming an alliance with UPFA:

Problems of Muslim community can be resolved -Hassan Ali

Veteran parliamentarian, a moderate Muslim political leader and General Secretary of the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) M. T. Hassen Ali told the Sunday Observer that they are confident that the problems of the community can be resolved and political aspirations can be achieved under the UPFA administration.

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