Who’s shooting Indian fishermen?
THERE is no barrier as to what the private
citizen can petition the law courts in SL even if some are
frivolous. SJ adds when ‘Lankan Tamils’ are arrested in SL they are
presumed guilty until they prove their innocence’. This is quite
contrary to the law as SJ even when in India must know unless he
feigns ignorance. Also does he refer to criminals or terrorist
U.S. 'Moral Authority' on Human Rights rests on Big Stick
WHEN the 192-member U.N. General Assembly meets
in mid-May to elect 14 new members to the 47-nation Geneva-based
Human Rights Council (HRC), the United States will be conspicuous by
its absence and missing from the ballot.
LTTE shows the way in terror
THE 1983 suicide bombing of the Beirut barracks
by Islamic Jihadists which killed 241 US servicemen and 58 French
paratroopers is considered the decisive turning point of the entry
of the terrorist suicide killings into the field of modern conflict.