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Losses at Govt. bodies sore to Rs. 50 bn

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MR tears into Govt

MR tears into Govt

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SC directs AG to formulate rule

SC directs AG to formulate rule

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Lanka eyeing maid/caregiver jobs in S’pore

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SL grows by 3.2% in 1Q

SL grows by 3.2% in 1Q

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Tourism told to plug talent shortage

Tourism told to plug talent shortage

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Stocks extend losses, hit 14-month low

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AG’s Dept. probes diplomatic mission costs

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Patients suffer as docs strike

Patients suffer as docs strike

Patients from most parts of the country were inconvenienced due to the one day token strike carried out by the Government Medical Officers’ Association (GMOA) against the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) signed with Singapore and the proposed ETCA with India yesterday.

Here, patients stranded at the National Hospital in Colombo. Pictures by Ruwan de Silva

(Daily News)

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