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The snowballing cocaine drama

The cocaine drama has taken an interesting turn with the UNP appointing a committee to probe who among the UNP MPs were cocaine users. Deputy Minister Ranjan Ramanayake last week stirred a hornet’s nest by claiming that a sizable number of MPs from both sides of the political divide took cocaine and among them there … Continue reading

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Let’s be vigilant when we eat out!

Daily Mirror Editorial he Colombo municipal Council (CMC) inspecting eateries in Borella just few days ago, closing down one and filling cases against three leaves room for us to check what we purchase when dining out. As many as seven eateries were scrutinised during these inspections and some were severely warned because their kitchens were … Continue reading

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GMOA’s fixation

Cartoons googled and added by TW It appears that the GMOA has a fixation on Health Minister Dr. Rajitha Senaratne. It never misses an opportunity to take a dig at the minister and is continually calling on the President to remove him from the post. Certainly, the animosity of the government doctors with the Health … Continue reading

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Man with a heart|‘Consulting thief’s mum’

Island Editorials Man with a heart United Nations independent expert Juan Pablo Bohoslavsk, who was recently here, has proved that not all UN panjandrums are heartless. During his visit, he did what the official Opposition has failed to do; he has spoken up for the hapless Sri Lankan public, troubled by a host of economic … Continue reading

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Kudu ministers?

Island Editorial The arrest of Madush in Dubai has apparently eclipsed most issues, in this country. Nobody talks about the fall armyworm any longer, and the economy, in tatters, has ceased to figure in public discussion. Everybody seems to have forgotten the much-delayed provincial council polls and the soaring cost of living. The people are … Continue reading

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