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Sri Lanka Presidential election: A can of worms.

[b]Sri Lanka Presidential election: A can of worms.[/b]

By Kalu Albert from Colombo

[b]Colombo 03 September, (Asiantribune.com): [/b]Sri Lanka’s Presidential election is gradually slipping into an uncharted course, as new names are being bandied as the third candidate.

Participate in more and more trade shows to promote Sri Lankan Gems

By Q Perera Our Business Correspondent

Allen Kleiman, Managing Director, A Kleiman & Co United States, who is also
the Secretary to the Board of Directors of the American Gem Traders
Association, was in Colombo as a special guest at the Facets Sri Lanka 2005 15th Sri Lanka International Gem and Jewellery Show which is being held at the BMICH from 31st August to 3rd September.

Myanmar's Senior General Than Shwe looked fit and healthy - Thai Foreign Minister Kantathi

Myanmar’s Senior General Than Shwe looked fit and healthy, also the Army generals remained united and showing solidarity reported Kantathi Suphamongkhon, Thailand’s Foreign Minister.

Dispute needs to be addressed in a focused manner: Musharraf

From Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – to Asian Tribune

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has emphasized the need to address the Kashmir dispute in a focused manner and seek a final settlement acceptable to Pakistan, India and the people of Kashmir.

Sri Lankan President left Beijing

By Mendaka Abeysekera - Reporting from Beijing

Sri Lankan
President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunge concluded
her six day state visit to China, Friday evening. This
may be her last Chinese state visit as executive
President of Sri Lanka.

Pak, India agree to enhance economic cooperation, friendly exchanges

From Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – to Asian Tribune

Pakistan and India have reiterated the importance of enhancing mutually beneficial economic cooperation and friendly exchanges between the two countries.

Sri Lanka Presidential election: A can of worms.

By Kalu Albert from Colombo

Sri Lanka’s Presidential election is gradually slipping into an uncharted course, as new names are being bandied as the third candidate. It is believed that the entry of a third popular Sinhalese Buddhist candidate means all three candidates have to be on the mercy of the minority communities to win an edge in the election.Post your comments

Mosquito net tender bid for Rs 40 million goes in the air: Health Ministry Investigates

The Presidential Secretariat has ordered the Health Ministry to investigate immediately as to how Anti-Malaria Campaign has obtained medicated mosquito nets through the one tendered for the highest bid of Rs 80 million.


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