|Wednesday, 27 November 2002|
|Today's Top Stories||NEWS|
Govt. presents White Paper 'Regaining Sri Lanka' : More funds to pour in for development
by Arjuna Ranawana in Oslo
The international community will pour in funds for the development of
Sri Lanka as long as it stays on course to find a lasting solution to the
conflict based upon the renunciation of violence, respect for democracy
and human rights, the countries attending the Peace Support conference in
the Norwegian capital Oslo said on Monday night.
LTTE will not resort to war and violence - Balasingham
LTTE Chief Negotiator Anton Balasingham on Monday pledged that they
will "not resort to war and violence", in terms of truce reached
with the agreement in February.
US will play its part for peace in Sri Lanka - Armitage
Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage attended the Sri Lanka
Donors' Conference in Oslo, Norway and pledged that the United States
"stands ready to play its part" towards implementing the peace
agreement between the Sri Lankan Government and the Liberation Tigers of
Tamil Eelam, states a US Embassy press release.
Fatal attack on J'pura student One more suspect identified
by Sarath Malalasekera
One suspect was identified yesterday at the identification parade held
by the Gangodavila Magistrate and Additional District Judge Pradeep
Hettiarachchi in connection with the Samantha Vithanage killing. Nine
suspects have so far been identified.