lanka news
| NewsRoom| SL Explorer | Classifieds | Miyuru Gee | E-Cards | Chat Room | Forums | Malini's Kitchen | Lankans Web | jokes |
 SL Time:
News Room
News Papers

 Bottom Line
 Daily Mirror
 Daily News
 Lakbima (English)
 Lakbima (Sinhala)
 Lanka Irida
 Sunday Leader
 Sunday Observer
 Sunday Times
News Sites

 Ada Derana
 Asian Tribune
BBC Sinhala
 BBC Tamil
 Colombo Today
 Lanka Academic
 Lanka Business
 Lanka Everything
 Lanka News Web
 Lanka Papers
 Lanka Truth
 Lanka Web
 Mawbima Sri Lanka
 Ministry of Defence
 Muslim Guardian
 SL Army
 Srilanka Guardian
 Srilanka Watch
 Sudar Oli
 World News
Radio (Live)

Max Radio
Neth FM
 Rasa FM
Rhythm FM
 Shakthi FM
 Sirasa FM
Siyatha FM
 S L B C
 TNL Radio
 Yes FM

 J9 Radio
 L.A. Baila
 Lanka Broadcast
 Nilwala Radio
Rangiri FM
 Syber Viduliya

 I T N
Max TV
 Siyasa TV
V i d e o

Lanka Video
Sri Lankan Tube

Chandrika admits committing 'three' mistakes as President

Mar 31 (PTI) Former President Chandrika Kumaratunga said she has committed "three" mistakes during her eleven-year reign, including dismissal of UNP-led government in 2004. Kumaratunga said she realised that an alliance with the Marxist JVP party was a mistake she committed while at the helm of affairs in the country. Similarly, she said, the UNP-led government of Ranil Wickremesinghe should not have been dismissed in 2004. more..

Sri Lankan child soldiers freed

Mar 31 (AFP) Sri Lanka's Tamil Tigers Monday said they had released 22 child soldiers and disputed figures from the United Nations Children's Fund that the rebels still had hundreds of under-age fighters. The LTTE said they were also trying to locate families of 20 children still within their ranks. The guerrillas accused UNICEF, which lists several hundred children in LTTE ranks, of not updating its database. more..

Sri Lanka offers nearly US$100,000 to would-be rebel suicide bombers who change their minds

Mar 31 (AP) The Sri Lankan government is offering would-be rebel suicide bombers nearly US$100,000 and a new life abroad to surrender themselves to authorities, the government said Monday. The offers has been made in red and yellow posters pasted on walls around Colombo, the scene of several recent suicide bombings blamed on the Tamil Tiger rebels. "Sri Lanka needs your life, your youth. Why are you throwing this away for (Tamil Tiger leader Velupillai) Prabhakaran," read the posters, more..

'India's position on Lankan Tamil issue consistently good'

Mar 31 (PTI) Complimenting India for taking a consistently "good position" on the Sri Lankan ethnic issue, a senior Minister of the island nation today said implementation of Indo-Sri Lanka accord would help "end the feeling of isolation among Tamils in the country". "India has consistently taken a good position throughout on the ethnic issue barring some small groups in Tamil Nadu. All national parties in India have taken the same position on the matter," more..