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Maldives: President Yameen Still Running Riot.

Paper No. 6006                                Dated 7-Sep-2015
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
It was now the turn of the leading opposition party MDP to be duped into yielding to Yameen’s government without getting anything in return though much was promised as a “quid pro quo.”
 

Tainted Peace: Torture in Sri Lanka since May 2009, Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture, UK

Paper No. 6004                                Dated 07-Sept-2015

By Prof. Charles Sarvan    

Illegal Occupation of Southern Serbia – “Kosovo”

Paper No. 6000                                 Dated 03-Sept-2015

By Dr. Parasaran Rangarajan            

Serbia today is a member-State of United Nations (U.N.), after the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was split into several nations during the early 1990’s when war broke out between Serbian General Milosevic and neighboring nations. After partition, Serbia is still the most powerful “state” of the former Yugoslavia.

Sri Lanka: A Still Unfinished War: Sri Lanka’s Survivors of Torture and Sexual Violence, 2009 – 2015.

Paper No. 5986                                 Dated 11-Aug-2015

By Prof. Sarvan

The above (hereafter, Report) is “dedicated to the survivors who trusted us enough to tell us about their darkest days in the hope of saving others from the same fate”.

Tibet: Symmetrical SAR (Special Administrative Region) For Business

Paper No. 5975                                      Dated 23- July-2015

By Dr. Parasaran Rangarajan

The Indo-Sino Agreement On Tibet Of 1954 (With Exchange Of Notes)

The Agreement Between The Republic Of India And The People’s Republic Of China On Trade And Intercourse Between Tibet Region Of China And India (1954) consists of a bi-lateral treaty with conditions stated in exchange of notes signed by the plenipotentiaries of both nations which are legally binding.

Maldives: Unconstitutional Power Grab by the Supreme Court?:

Paper No 5958         Dated 23-June-2015
By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan
 
The Supreme Court of Maldives is said to have made yet another strike at the roots of democracy in Maldives.
 
 Earlier, last year it interfered with the conduct of the General elections and even went to the extent of sacking both the Election Commissioner and his Deputy for not adhering to the sixteen point guide lines issued by them on the conduct of the elections.
 

Book Review: Sri Lanka: Paradise Lost? By Charles Sarvan

(Cinnamon Teal Publishing-Plot No. 16, Housing Board Colony, Gogol, Margao, Goa 403601.E mail- contactus@cinnamonteal.in)

Paper No. 5942                                   Dated 28-May-2015

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

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