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Book Review: Public Writings on Sri Lanka- Vol. II By Charles Sarvan

Paper No. 5673                       Dated 26-Mar-2014

(CinnamonTeal Publishing -DogearsPrint Media Pvt. Ltd. Tel 91-832-2751509- E mail contactus@cinnamonteal.in)

Demilitarisation, Human Rights, and Indo-US Interests

Paper No. 5672                                       Dated 25-Mar-2014

Guest Column by Dr. Parasaran Rangarajan

The United States is reported to have requested a military installation in Sri Lanka as part of its “Pivot Towards Asia” where the Pentagon has stated that approximately 60% of U.S. Navy assets will be in the Asia Pacific region including Oceania, South China Sea, and the Indian Ocean by 2020[1] .

India must Cosponsor UNHRC Resolution on Lanka

Paper No. 5658                                      Dated 04-Mar-2014

Guest column by Kumar David

It makes no sense for India to pussyfoot in the way it has been doing for the last five years.

Sri Lanka’s third showdown at UNHRC – Update No. 241

Note No. 710                                            Dated 03-Mar-2014

Col R Hariharan

Sri Lanka will face the flak at the 25th session of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) for the third time this week when the US fields its draft resolution on Sri Lanka’s accountability over its conduct during and after the Eelam War.

Tibet in Flames-A Blot on the Global Conscience

Paper No. 5611                                        Dated 27-Nov-2013

By Dr Subhash Kapila

Introductory Observations

Tibet under brutal Chinese military occupation is in flames.

The UN resolution on Rohingyas in Myanmar

Paper No. 5610                                       Dated 25-Nov-2013

Guest Column by Dr. Tint Swe

The UN resolutions passed earlier on human rights situation in Burma/Myanmar have been applauded by the oppressed people of the country since 1992. In fact this has been an encouragement for the people, while the then successive governments of Burma/Myanmar continuously rejected them. Even today, the Burmese authorities reject any resolutions passed by the UN.

Sri Lanka: Making Sense beyond theatricals- Update No. 240

Note No. 703                                        Dated 24-Nov-2013

By Col R Hariharan

Sri Lanka President Rajapaksa had spent around SL Rs 14.8 billion (as stated in parliament by Opposition), imported 54 Mercedes Benz cars for guests use, lot of time and energy to make a success of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meet (CHOGM) 2013 hosted in Colombo.

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