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Sri Lankan unhappiness with India is unlikely to turn into bitterness but India too needs to ensure that its displeasure with the treatment of Sri Lankan Tamils is taken seriously


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1/D-32
Mar 26, 2012
06:02 AM

This moderation, of turning the draft to be a non-binding resolution is a falsehood played on the Tamil people by UPA 2.

hari
chennai, India
2/D-103
Mar 26, 2012
02:47 PM

The way forward should include some quiet, effective diplomacy and a much deeper economic engagement.

ashok lal
mumbai, India
3/D-122
Mar 26, 2012
04:41 PM

excellent article.

 do not rate highly the dangers of Sri Lanka throwing itself into the arms of China or Pakistan to spite India for its vote against it in Geneva

the Pakis and Chinese will go fishing whatever India does.

MK Saini
Delhi, India
4/D-8
Mar 30, 2012
01:17 AM

Mr.Raman,you know only too well that nobody takes the Indian government seriously.Its coalition politics have made it a standing joke.

Joshua Miranda
Chennai, India
5/D-167
Mar 30, 2012
08:01 PM

The really interesting thing about India Sri Lanka ties, is that even in the worst days of the separatist militancy, India and Sri Lanka had very good economic and otherwise political ties. At no point did Sri Lanka disengage from India or warn of dire consequences politically for India. There were individual Sinhalese who made vicious remarks over the net, even back in the 1980's, but India Sri Lanka ties remained solid economically and politically. Let's face it, there is a cultural bond originating in Buddhism, and a shared heritage, though the image of Buddhism was besmirched somewhat by the behaviour of a section of the Buddhist clergy.

Varun Shekhar
Toronto, CANADA
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