|Thursday, 29 April 2004|
|Today's Top Stories||NEWS|
Applications from May 1:
Cabinet approves 27,000 jobs for graduates
Four Ministers of the United People's Freedom Alliance and their
Deputies took oaths yesterday before President Chandrika Bandaranaike
Kumaratunga, at President's House, Colombo, yesterday.
US military humanitarian medical mission in Jaffna
Colombo, April 28, 2004. A team of nearly 20 US military medical
specialists is conducting a humanitarian surgical training mission known
as Blast, Resuscitation and Victim Assistance, or Brava, in Jaffna this
week, states a US Embassy press release.
Jobs for 27,000 graduates
by Ranil Wijayapala
The Freedom Alliance Cabinet yesterday endorsed a plan to provide
employment to 27,000 graduates from May 1, fulfilling its second major
election pledge, Finance Minister Dr. Sarath Amunugama said yesterday.
President orders immediate police promotions, cadre increase
President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga in her capacity as
Minister of Public Security, Law and Order on Tuesday directed that the
long delayed promotion scheme for police officers be implemented promptly.