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11 January 2007



SMS mobile news services and public journalism is picking up in Sri Lanka (which is racing ahead with 45% mobile usage growth and 3G roll out) with a venture called Jasmine News www.jnw.lk that is exploring public journalism via sms, mobile telephony.

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