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By Ananth Palakidnar Northern Governor Reginald Cooray with his liberal views is determined to build a healthy bridge of peace and reconciliation between the North and the South. Governor Cooray who began his political career under the leadership of late Vijaya Kumaratunga, believes that the political aspirations of the people in the North and the East could be addressed successfully, by extensive devolution of powers under the 13th Amendment. Assuring that there is no room for terroris...

Western Province -North Crime Division has arrested a Pakistani family who were staying in a rented house in Narahenpita police division withou...

Officer-in-Charge (OIC) of Achchuveli Police has arrested an individual who attempted to bribe him yesterday (21), Police Media Unit said. The ...

The government declared Australian billionaire James Packer unwelcome in the country after latter announced his pulling out of building a luxury resort following a ban on new casinos. Packer's Crown Group on Friday abandoned plans for the $350 million development, which would have included a casino, after the government also withdrew generous tax concessions granted under the previous regime in efforts to turn Colombo into a regional gaming hub. "Packer says he will not come. Who asked ...

At a Selection Committee meeting held the following selections have been made by the National Selectors and the Junior National Selectors with ...

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