Anti-government radicals bombed a railway station in central Sri Lanka on Friday and assassinated two members of the governing party in separate incidents, officials said.

No one was reported injured in the bombing at the Kadugannawa Railway Station, but state-run radio said the blast prompted the government to extend a curfew in the region.The station is about 50 miles northeast of the capital, Colombo. There was no claim of responsibility, but police blamed the extremist Sinhalese People's Liberation Front, which opposes a government plan aimed at making peace with minority Tamils.