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Missing Persons Commission Commences Sittings in the East

The Presidential Commission to investigate cases of persons from the Northern and Eastern Provinces who went missing during the period 1990–2009 commenced its first public sittings in the eastern part of the country in the Batticaloa District today (20 March).

Missing Persons Commission Commences Sittings in the East
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Kite Festival 2014: Galle Face, on 23rd March

Flying a kite is a relaxing wonderful past time for many, especially children. Making a kite and flying a kite is not only an art but a science as well.

Kite Festival 2014: Galle Face, on 23rd March
Kite Festival 2014: Galle Face, on 23rd March
Kite Festival 2014: Galle Face, on 23rd March
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Gender Violence Increases HIV Vulnerability

Is there a cure for HIV? The success stories of Timothy Brown and the two Boston patients, who rid themselves of the HIV cells through bone marrow transplants, led to hopes that a cure had finally been found.

Gender Violence Increases HIV Vulnerability
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The Pathfinder Foundation Signs Memorandum of Intent (MOI) with Vivekananda International Foundation

The Pathfinder Foundation (PF) has signed an MOI with the Vivekananda International Foundation (VIF), New Delhi on first week of March 2014.

The Pathfinder Foundation Signs Memorandum of Intent (MOI) with Vivekananda International Foundation
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Sri Lanka Tourism receives tremendous response in Southern China

Sri Lanka Tourism received a tremendous response from travel agencies and travel media from Shenzhen and Guangzhou at Sri Lanka Tourism promotional activities. The promotional events were organized by the Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau together with the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Beijing on the sidelines of the Guangzhou International Travel Fair (GITF 2014), held from 27 February to 01 March 2014 in Guangzhou.

Sri Lanka Tourism receives tremendous response in Southern China
Sri Lanka Tourism receives tremendous response in Southern China
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Ambassadors of Korea and Palestine Pay Farewell Calls on President Rajapaksa

The Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Sri Lanka Mr. Jong-moon Choi and the Ambassador of Palestine in Sri Lanka Dr. Anwar H. Al Agha paid farewell calls on President Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday at Temple Trees .

The Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Sri Lanka Mr. Jong-moon Choi paid a farewell call on President Mahinda Rajapaksa at Temple Trees this morning. (Pix By : Nalin Hewapathirana)
Minister of External Affairs Prof. G.L. Peiris, President’s Chief-of-Staff Mr. Gamini Senarath and Secretary of the Ministry of External Affairs Mrs. Kshenuka Seneviratne were present.
The Ambassador of Palestine in Sri Lanka Dr. Anwar H. Al Agha paid a farewell call on President Mahinda Rajapaksa at Temple Trees this morning. (Pix By : Udesh Gunarathna)
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Kamalendran rejected his dismissal from the EPDP

Kandasamy Kamalendran, one of the three the murder suspect and the Leader of the Opposition in the Northern Provincial Council informed the Courts that he was not prepared to accept his dismissal from the Eelam Peoples Democratic Party he represents.

 Kamalendran rejected his dismissal from the EPDP
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