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Sunday, 18 May 2014





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Government Gazette

Bribery charges against public servants

The Bribery Commission has taken in for questioning 13 public servants on the alleged bribery charges. Among those nabbed by the Bribery Commission officials, and 4 police officers, a school principal, a grama niladhari. During the year 2014, the Bribery Commission had conducted 24 raids of which 12 have been finalised by now, a senior official of the Bribery Commission in Kurunegala said.

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The long, arduous journey traversed by Air Force :

SLAF will continue to be wings of protection

For nearly thirty years the LTTE caused significant hardship for the Sri Lankans, economy and the environment. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the US listed the LTTE as 'the most dangerous and deadly extremists in the world' and this is specifically mentioned in its January 2008 special report. After four attempts of peace talks since 1987 and the peace effort deploying the Indian Peace Keeping Force from 1987 to 1990, another possibility for negotiations came in around 2001 and in December that year a ceasefire was declared. The Ceasefire Agreement was signed in 2002. Yet hostilities erupted and by around late 2005 signs of escalated fighting emerged.

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