|Saturday, 28 June 2003|
|Today's Top Stories||NEWS|
SLMM laments absence of demarcation lines in Kinniya
by Ranil Wijayapala
The Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission (SLMM) yesterday said the absence of
demarcation lines between the Government and LTTE controlled areas hamper
their attempts to resolve the dispute between the Army and the LTTE where
the latter had allegedly detonated a grenade.
Minister orders inquiry
Panadura Girls' school hit by graft
by Nadira Gunatilleke
Human Resources Development, Education and Cultural Affairs Minister
Dr. Karunasena Kodithuwakku has ordered an immediate inquiry into
complaints from parents of a leading girls' school in Panadura against
certain authorities of the school who it is claimed are demanding bribes
to accommodate its own students who have passed their GCE O/L to the A/L
classes of the same school.
Pongu Thamil celebrations urge resumption of peace talks
by T. Senthivelarar and R. Thurairatnam
Pongu Thamil celebrations held in the Jaffna University medical faculty
grounds yesterday stressed the demand to recognise the political
aspirations of Tamil people and the urgent need for peace with normalcy.
It also emphasised on the necessity to resume the stalled peace talks.