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Mahinda destroys all evident against KP: John Amaratunga

Former minister John Amarathunga said the government will be compelled to hand over former chief international arms procurer for the LTTE leader Kumaran Pathmanathan if India wanted him in connection with the killing of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.

Wimal and Gamanpila losses privilege rights at parliament

National Freedom Front leader Wimal Weerawanasa and the leader of the Pivithuru Hela Urumaya Udaya Gamanpila losses their privilege as party leader at parliament.

Tamil political prisoners tortured at Magazine prison

Group of Tamil political prisoners detained at the J cell division in the Magazine prison was tortured after the appointment of Sambanthan as new opposition leader of this nation.

Ban Ki Moon denies Sooka's request

United Nation Secretary General Ban Ki Moon denies the request made by the United Nation former senior officer Yasmin Sooka on sending back SriLankan military personals serving in the foreign countries, Divaina newspaper reports.

New Cabinet to take oaths today.

The Cabinet of Ministers of the new Government is scheduled to take oaths today before the President Maithripala Sirisena at Presidential Secretariat this morning.

Bimal replaces Mayadunne

The JVP has nominated Bimal Ratnayake as a National List MP for the seat vacated due to the resignation of S. Mayadunne, JVP Secretary Tilvin Silva said.

Douglas welcomes TNA's support towards national government

Parliamentarian Douglas Devananda today warmly welcomes Tamil National Alliance decision to support the national government by serving as opposition political party and the leadership of the committee.

Youth commits suicide by jumping into moving Yaz Devi train

A youth committed suicide by jumping infront of moving Yaz Devi train this afternoon.

Vehicle topples at Mullaitivu

A vehicle topples at Panikkankulam in Mullaitivu today.

Gotabaya and Duminda ordered to appear before presidential commission tomorrow

Former Defence Secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa and the former parliamentarian Duminda Silva appeared before the presidential commission of inquiry this morning and also ordered appear before the commission tomorrow.