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Thursday, June 17,  2010
      Editorial:Dengue and boru talk

Foreign militants, including remnants of the Tamil Tigers, are using Malaysia as their operational base and for recruiting new activists, a top Malaysian minister said today.

Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said here today that militant groups, both Islamic and non-Islamic, were using Malaysia as their operational base to step up their violent struggle.

Japanese Peace Envoy Yasushi Akashi listens to External Affairs Minister Prof. G. L. Peiris at yesterday’s joint press conference at the Ministry of External Affairs. (Photo-Siripala Halwala)

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No justification to impose Black Market Taxes on petrol
Regardless of world oil price fluctuations, there was no justification for the Mahinda Rajapaksa government to impose a "Black Market Tax" of Rs.63, on a litre of petrol that costs Rs. 52, the UNP said yesterday.

Concessionary housing loans for IDPs in Kilinochchi
Minister of Housing, Construction, Engineering services and Common Amenities, Wimal Weerawansa has instructed the National Housing Development Authority (NHDA) to launch the first pilot programme of...

Death of polity
DEMOCRATIC polity in India has been again exposed when the details of Bhopal gas...
Policy rates held steady
The Monetary Board of the Central Bank has decided to keep policy rates steady...
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