NEWS - July 2007

"Senkadeer" Sea Tiger base destroyed - LTTE radio communication reveals July30
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Foreign Minister asks International Crisis Group to study reason for the breakdown of previous rounds of peace talks July30
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India will never support separatism Prof. Parthasarathy tells TNA MPs
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Legendary director Bergman dies
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Malwatte Mahanayaka Thero expresses displeasure over Opposition leader's blasphemy against Buddhist Monks - July31
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Ranil’s last gamble: jumping from the frying pan into the fire - july30
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LTTE sympathiser removed from Norwegian Labour party ballot - July29
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Navy destroys two LTTE boats and kills 6 sea tigers - Mannar - July29
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Signing of the Memorandum Of Understanding at the Delacomb Conference Rooms - Hilton On The Park - Melbourne
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Treasurer of Sri Lanka Opposition UNP Tilak Karunaratne resigns
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Mr Steve Bracks retires as Victoria's second-longest serving premier.
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AFP: Anoek de Groot

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'People's Wave' only a beginning, says Ranil at the Hyde Park rally
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SUMMARY OF THE CABINET DECISIONS july27

Romesh Kaluwitharana, at the Knox Tavern
Former Test Cricketer Romesh Kaluwitharana, was hosted a dinner by David and Cathy Cruse at the Knox Tavern-Melbourne, on 26th of July, where he was met by most of his former colleagues and coach Dav Whatmore who was at the dinner. Their was over fifty guests who attended the private function.
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SLAF fighters destroy LTTE training base - Oddusudan - July27
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NThoppigala - Digital camera reveals LTTE prisoners - July26
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SLN divers brave rough waters to secure 'monster'
mines off Sea Tiger bases - July26

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Government takes prompt development initiatives for the East - July26
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Winter festival 2007 - Presented by the North Victorian Buddhist association at the Hume global learner centre on 22nd July 2007.
Photos courtesy of Dilan Athuraliya
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Death toll rises to 10; injured to 15 including eight civilians in LTTE claymore attack- Cheddikulama - July25
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Cambodia remains rich source for LTTE gun running - July25
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Liberation Thoppigala: freedom for child soldiers July23

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Eight Kilo time bomb found- Delkanda - July23
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Sri Lankan delegation in Saudi for ‘Save Rizana' mission - July22
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Mahinda causes panic in Beliatta - July22
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Pratibha Patil declared elected as India's 13th President

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3rd Charter anniversary  dinner dance held at the Grand 14th July 2007 -
Lions Club of South East Business in Wheelers Hill
Photos courtesy of Johann Jayasinha

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Terrorist fantasy of Eelam shattered into smithereens with the liberation of the entire East by the forces – President Rajapaksa
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Pics - Sudath Silva
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Ex-President - Mrs. Chandrika Bandaranayaka Kumarathunga had sent the SLFP (M) convener- Mangala Samaraweera a message, expressing her cordial wishes for the success of the newly formed Alliance with the UNP, on 19 th July.

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Agreement Signed For The Benefit Of All The Citizens Of Sri Lanka.

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Nation gathers to commemorate the triumph in east





Aussie Government resists bail of the Tiger suspects - July19
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4 held for attack on journalist - July19
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LTTE guns down Eastern Province Chief Secretary - Trincomalee - 17July

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MURALI   AGAINST  THE  ODDS - 17July

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Army Death Toll Rises to 14 in Madhu Clashes-Wanni - 16July
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LTTE terrorists abuse Madhu no war zone; 10 soldiers killed, 34 injured
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Military chiefs visit Thoppigala - 14July
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Military success in the East is a victory for all peace loving people - SECDEF - 14July
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LTTE concedes defeat in the East - July13
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The Battle of Baron's Cap - July13
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Another LTTE "Tsunami" fundraiser arrested in Australia - 11July
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LTTE looses Baron's cap; Troops reach Thoppigala
11July
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Stars were beaming at the Drums Theatre,Dandenong-Victoria on 07th July 2007. Melbourne Sri Lankans were blessed with visiting Sri Lankan musicians Upali Kannangara (Lead Guitar), Mahinda Silva (Drums), Gamini Perera (Keyboard) & Melbourne based Ivore De Mel(Bass Guitar), Roshan Linthotage(Bass Guitar) & the beautiful voices of Harsha Jayaweera & Surangee Fernando.Ivore & Mahinda's Solo performances were brought the crowd standstill.The great event "Tribute to Jothi - Harsha with superset" took us from the City to the Village from busy life style to the charming peaceful life.
Proudly organized by Harsha Jayaweera & Assunta Jayaweera.

15 July



Sea battle kills LTTE Intelligence leader and 9 others - 11July
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President Pays Tribute to the Valiant Forces - july13

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Ambassador Brattskar to visit Kilinochchi tomorrow - 11July
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Sri Lanka Police to set up stations in East. - 10July

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Troops brave desperate attacks of the LTTE to wrest Thoppigala - 9July
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Accidental blast injures three airmen - Katunayake - 9July
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President vows to wipe out terrorism soon from the North too - 10July

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Sri Lanka invited to ASEAN Forum - 10July

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President expresses solidarity to British PM on terrorist threats
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Yashodara Kumaratunga with her husband, mother (Former Sri Lankan President Chandrika Bandaranayaike Kumaratunga), and brother (Vimukthi Kumaratunga) in London.
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UK ranks LTTE most dangerous after Al Queda
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Fierce battle in final push at Thoppigala: six soldiers sacrifice their lives -7July
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Air strikes on identified LTTE targets - 7July
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Sri Lanka Air Force destroys four LTTE bases - Batticaloa - 6July
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LTTE underground hospital discovered - Thoppur
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National Homeguards disrupt a Terror movement-Thambalagamuwa
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Summary of the cabinet decsions
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SLFP(M) faction leaders Mangala and Sripathy met JVP leaders Somawansa & Tilvyn on 4thJuly at JVP HQ.

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The Devil's power readied to unleash: LTTE's latest genocidal attempt thwarted - Trincomalee
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LTTE 'torture chambers' located - Thoppigala

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Norway was not invited - Keheliya

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Rs.354 million worth building complex for Jaffna University

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No alliance with UNP reiterates Somawansa JVP meets Mangala on Wednesday
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SPORTS


Indian league storm set to hit Sri Lanka - july31
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ECB officials in Galle to assess security situation - july31
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Inzamam ul Haq on Indian Cricket League radar - july31
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India take first innings lead -
July29
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China Targets 2015 Cricket World Cup Qualification
- July29
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Prasanna Amarasekara wins the second Gold for Sri Lanka
- July29
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Sri Lankan Crew lands in Shizuoka City -
July29
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Susanthika wins 100m Asian Gold -
July28
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SL crash out of tri-nation cricket series
- July28
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Warne set to join rebel series - July25
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Murali’s spin masks truth - July25
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Sanath Jayasuriya
is the first player to record 12,000 career runs and 300 wickets in limited- overs internationals. July24
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Lions done it again - July24
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Symonds urges Aussie crowds to respect Murali - July23
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CATHY CRUSE walked for 20hrs and 47 mins to finish 47th out of 405 teams who completed the WALK FOR CHARITY from Petersfield in England through "South Downs Way" to the Brighton Race Track. July22
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Speed to step down as ICC chief next year - July22

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Anderson gets England out of jail
-July22
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Dilly fires Sri Lanka to victory - July22
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Doshi quits Surrey - July20
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Ranatunga To Rethink Comments On Whatmore - July20
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Whatmore was a better choice, says Intikhab Alam - July18
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Bowling remains woe, India draw warm-up tie with England Lions - July16
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Kevin Pietersen keeping England's hopes alive - July16
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Pakistan set to unveil new coach - July16
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Murali reaches 700 - Bangladesh crushed again - July15
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Jayasinghe, Lewke for Barbarian trials - July15
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Sanga emulates Bradman as Lanka annihilate Banga - July15
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Monty smacks lips before Sachin clash - 15July
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Murali thrilled to take 100 wickets at home - 14July
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Just the ticket for World Cup - 14July

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UFOs spotted at cricket match? - 14July
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3rd Test: Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh scores - 13July
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Sri Lanka strike in rain-hit final Test - 12July
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Tendulkar closes in on Steve Waugh's Test aggregate
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Whatmore surprised at Ranatunga criticism
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Tharanga returns for third test as Sri Lanka aim clean series sweep against Bangladesh -
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Canada goes top after comprehensive victory over UAE
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Avoid Whatmore, says Ranatunga - 10July
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Why blame P. Sara Stadium? - 10July

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Kapil Dev prefers ICL to BCCI - 10July
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Dharmadasa gets third term as cricket chief - 10July
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Luxman closes on century - 9July
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Sri Lankan Bowler Chaminda Vaas To Miss Third Test Against Bangladesh, Will Return To England To Play For Middlesex - 9July

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Sri Lanka name 30 member pool for Twenty-20 World Cup - 9July
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Anderson fined 50 per cent of match fee for ICC Code of Conduct breach
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Sri Lanka win despite Ashraful knock
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Sangakkara Scores Double Ton
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A Sri Lankan could be next ICC boss
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Yuvraj Singh and Zaheer Khan back in top 20 of LG ICC ODI Player Rankings
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Heavy security for India, Pakistan ODI
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Lasith Malinga on slinging and not sledging
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Murali ‘willing' to break record in Australia.
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ERNIE KELAART- A Great Sri Lankan sportsman
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Murali edges closer to the all-time top following nine-wicket haul
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