|Wednesday, 15 December 2004|
|Today's Top Stories||NEWS|
Throwback to memories of 1983 religious communal pogrom:
Shahrukh Khan concert sabotage closely organised conspiracy
by Geoff Wijesinghe
Police yesterday appealed to all those who witnessed the grenade attack
at the Bollywood concert on Saturday which killed two and injured 12 to
come forward and inform the Colombo Crimes Division (CCD) of what they
have seen at the scene of the crime.
Ex-UNP Secretary queries Ranil's guile behaviour, indecent hurry to be Prabha's acolyte
Former Secretary of the UNP and Kotte MP Jinadasa Niyathapala questions
the guile behaviour and indecent hurry of Opposition Leader Ranil
Wickremesinghe to be an acolyte of Prabhakaran, while President Chandrika
Bandaranaike Kumaratunga was making a graceful effort to settle the
current national issue while undergoing all atrocities and machinations of
the Tiger and their fellow travellers.
Deputy Ministers condemn Race Course attack
The Association of Deputy Ministers unreservedly condemns the events
that led to the deaths of two very young adults and the injuries caused to
many at Race Course at the end of the Sharukh Khan show.
The Path to Freedom released
The Department of Information has published a book titled The Path to
Freedom containing 10 speeches made by President Chandrika Bandaranaike
Kumaratunga on National Independence Days from 1995 to 2004.
Floods affect 133,000 families
by Nadira Gunatilleke
More than 133,600 families have been affected by the floods in the dry
zone. The Department of Social Welfare has released Rs. 2.16 million to
provide flood relief for three districts under the direction of Women's
Empowerment and Social Welfare Minister Sumedha G. Jayasena.