Remembering a tribute on its 10th anniversary


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The Ceylon Times,  Back in business

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The print edition of, The Ceylon Times, circulating in the orovinces of Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia from December 2002- 2010, is proud to be back in business, on the web from today. Ten years ago! today, the tabloid published a tribute to its Chairman Benjamin Wignarajah, just 30 days after his demise on July 10th, 2006. After a six year break, The ceylon Times will be on the web effective today. The web edition of, The Ceylon Times aims to give our readers the same taste and most updated news as it did in its print editions.


Sri Lanka Wednesday announced plans to replace its ageing jet fighters to better defend its maritime borders including rich fishing grounds, seven years after the island's separatist war ended.

Cabinet approved President Maithripala Sirisena's proposal to call for expressions of interest from global manufacturers to sell Sri Lanka the jets, government spokesman Rajitha Senaratne said.

"The idea is to buy eight multi-role fighter aircraft with associated weapons on a government-to-government basis," Senaratne, who is also a cabinet minister, told reporters.

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