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    Sathiya Moorthy The Sunday Leader, Colombo, 2 April 2017 Hakeem is more to the point that any merger of the North and the East would require the nation to address the expectations of other ‘ethnic minorities’ too The current leadership of the Upcountry Tamils are as vocal as any other, and as ‘demonstrative’ as any other,

  • Fishing issue should not be allowed to impact on India-Sri Lanka ties0

    N Sathiya Moorthy, South Asia Monitor, 2 April 2017  The Indian government has promised a Rs 1,500-crore funding for Tamil Nadu, spread over three years, to create infrastructure for deep-sea fishing. This decision was conveyed to a state government delegation when they called on External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi recently, Finance Minister D Jayakumar

  • Kashmir’s regular shutdowns: What do Kashmiris gain?0

    (A Sovereign Kashmir: Random Thoughts-290) -Dr. Abdul Ruff Why don’t India help Kashmiris lead a normal life at par with Hindus in India? Perpetual murders and fake encounters from Indian forces occupying Jammu Kashmir and curfews called for by the freedom groups have been a regular feature of Kashmir valley, weakening the nation’s infrastructural strength

  • Fears in India over spread of ‘Taliban-like’ moral policing amid crackdown on meat and romance0

      Lucknow Police run an anti-Romeo operation at Saharaganj mall, on March 22, 2017 Credit: Deepak Gupta/Hindustan Times Nicola Smith 2 April 2017 • 9:41am Controversial “anti-Romeo” squads to police and control young couples in public are spreading across India after they were introduced by the firebrand Hindu leader of the country’s largest state, Uttar Pradesh. The squads

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