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Did India do the right thing by voting against Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council?

India's vote at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva against Sri Lanka and alongside the US amounts to an unprecedented critique against a fellow South Asian nation.

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Posted By: Syed Rafeeq On:01/04/2012
India done wrong by giving the favour to UN.India doesn't want to spoil there Relationship with lanka.
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Posted By: Dr.N.Ram On:01/04/2012
As a Doctorate in Political Science lecturing in the UK, i can say without a doubt that any Crime against Humainty is to be punished, we live in a civilized world and no govt can take the lives of unharmed civilians by brute and cruel force, the videos shocked everyone and India voted rightly, criminals of thie nature should not be allowed to escape justice.
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Posted By: nitin On:31/03/2012
revenge of ltte taten on unarmed civilians is unpardonable
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Posted By: S.ALBERT On:31/03/2012
It is unexpect that India is done memerable thing by voting against Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council. Actually, India would
lead such demand to United Nation instead of
America
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Posted By: vishnu On:30/03/2012
atleast india did right by voting against srilanka
if india had opposed in 2009against srilanka against war on civilains many innocent lives would have saved
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Posted By: ASVa On:30/03/2012
Absolutely correct choice...
to hear the news of murder of thousands of people may be seems usual news...But
killing humans is terrible thing in the world.. Atleast India did vote against srilanka...correct choice
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Posted By: RAMASHRAY On:29/03/2012
Its India's Utter Political Failure.It look like a conspiracy to ensure that remain quarreling with its neighbour so that others move up and domnate over India.It may be only Western country with internal westener.
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Posted By: NITESH KUMAR On:29/03/2012
As far India is cocerned it has rarely been firm in its regard to its forign policy stances.Thinking to enter into UN security council as a permanent member requires firmness and to quit neutrality.atrocities done on Innocent tamils or any humanbeing in any part of the world is never vindicated and cannot be tolerated. Not only India people throughout the world should stand against such a stance .so India is definately correct in its decision .
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Posted By: Nuzrath Anver On:29/03/2012
India cannot survive without Sri Lanka. No shipping can pass Indian Ocean without it. Stabbing the back of a fellow South Asian country. India will get what it deserves . When Chinese military bases in Jaffna will screw India. Remember India's second port is Colombo. Without which no Indian cargo can pass. If Sri Lanka boycotts Indian goods it will cost India dearly.
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Posted By: Poornima K R On:27/03/2012
Since the Sri Lankan govt has failed to protect the tamils , the decision of PM can be taken seriously and tamil people in SL will be protected
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