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Central Bank introduces a “Customer Charter” for Licensed Banks

With the aim of safeguarding the Bank customers and stability of the Banking sector, Central Bank of Sri Lanka has issued a “Customer Charter” for all the licensed banks, which will be effective within six months time.

Gaddafi’s Mediterranean birthplace of Sert and the strategic mountain town of Bani Walid are now pools of blood. Fierce clashes erupted between the anti-Gaddafi forces and Gaddafi-loyal forces had left nearly two million people dead and wounded.

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In November 2002, the Doubletree hotel in Somerset, New Jersey, hosted a daylong gala: lunch, speeches, dinner, more speeches, and finally dancing. There were more than 400 guests, and they were all there to mark the 25th anniversary of the Ilankai Tamil Sangam, ostensibly a cultural and social organization.

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Canada courts have convicted a man, who worked as a tax collector for the LTTE terrorist organization, a war criminal and ordered to deport.

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The government is considering enacting new laws under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA) to handle possible future and past terrorist activities by the LTTE as the emergency regulations that were imposed on and off for the past 30 years cease to be in operation from today.

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