Rajinikanth, the wildly popular Indian cinema icon who inspires almost god-like adulation in some parts of the
Tamil People articles on Democracy Chronicles
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India, the world’s largest democracy has successfully completed its election process with the swearing in of its new prime minister, Narendra Modi on Monday. It seems Asia is changing.
Relations between India and Sri Lanka sour amid slip in freedoms on post-civil war island
Violent police confrontation with journalists warning of more repressive Sri Lanka press crackdown
Post-war country remain difficult place for Sri Lanka Tamil women, in violent politics especially
Sri Lanka’s Tamils hold hope that peaceful and honest elections can heal some scars of war
Recent passing of famed Sri Lanka human rights activist Sunila Abeysekera brings reminder of her gallant work and of challenges ahead in post-war country
Victors in ethnically based civil war accused of abuse of defeated Tamils showing very ugly side of Sri Lanka peace
After losing civil war, Sri Lanka’s Tamil culture and political organizations has been regulated by government
Political repression is becoming norm in suffering post-war Sri Lanka human rights catastrophe