The euphoria was short-lived. The hopes generated after India's vote at Geneva for holding Colombo accountable for war crimes, have now evaporated. With Prime Minister Manmohan Singh bending over backwards to placate our tiny southern neighbor, there is nothing much to cheer about. But the Lankan Tamil issue has returned to centre stage with all parties in the state speaking in one voice. Even the normally reticent Tamil Nadu Congress Committee hasn't gone against the tide. Clearly, the issue of Lankan war crimes has not lost its resonance. [ full story ]
Comments [ 4 ]:
The Tamils of Sri Lanka and the Diaspora should fall on their knees and beg forgiveness from Mother India for killing Rajiv Gandhi
- Mar 28, 2012 8:27:34 GMT
Since the Eelam is not given up in any corner of your mind......no progress
- Mar 28, 2012 8:30:50 GMT
We must work harder for the Justice and bring the culprits who committed the heinous crimes against the Tamil civilians.
- Mar 28, 2012 10:07:46 GMT
Srilankan Government has to provide answers regarding 40000 Tamil civilian deaths, 140000 the unaccounted Tamil civilians including children, they have to answer International community because the IC is not interested in any BS but they are more concerned about the truth.
- Mar 28, 2012 17:52:08 GMT
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