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The agitations all over TamilNadu has been started since the Tamilans in Srilanka are being brutally killed by the Srilankan army.As a operation of wiping out the LTTE from the Srilankan regime, the Srilankan President Mahinda RajaPakse has ordered the Srilanka Defence force to clear the Tamil’s Place and get rid of the LTTE’s.In this operation many innocent people and childern are being killed.The regular air strike in the places of Tamils made them to scare and they are moving out of their native places and going out as refugees.

Because of this, the voice of Tamilnadu has been raised against the brutal attack of Srilankan army and as first step the members of the Parliament belonging to DMK Party in India has submitted their resignation letters to the DMK chief.The DMK Chief set a deadline to the UPA government for 15 days that the Indian Government should take necessary action to stop the attacks on Tamils in Srilanka.

Moreover the TamilNadu Directors and Producers association made a meeting at Rameshwaram today keeping the agenda as this issue.In this the feelings of many people were expressed and the brotherhood nature has been oozed out in the meeting.The actor Mansoor Ali khan slammed the Srilankan government and its President and even abused with vulgar words.After him many directors ,producers and actors expressed their viiews on the attack.Especially the speech gave by the Director Seeman, was simply the best and he made everybody to think.Hope his speech will really open the eyes of sleeping Indian Government on this issue.Though the PrimeMinister has intervened in this issue,I dont think the attack will not end up.More or less all the people who spoke in the meeting slammed the Srilankan Government and its governance.Even some people’s speech were provoking and some of them’s were against the stage manners.No matter when it comes about saving the lives.For those who people read this please think that, tamil community in Srilanka is slowing vanishing and it has to be stopped.The lives of Tamil people should be saved and necessary steps to be taken for this.So start campaiging about this and lets take up this to the United Nations where the importance is given to peace.

Tamil Nadu is home to some 55 million Tamils who have ancestral links with Tamils in Sri Lanka.

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The Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin slammed US Senator Barrack Obama that he has relationship with terrorists.She accused him that Obama is in relationship with the person who targeted the US.

The Statement of Sarah Palin was,

“We see America as the greatest force for good in this world,” Palin said at a fund-raising event in Colorado, adding, “Our opponent though, is someone who sees America it seems as being so imperfect that he’s palling around with terrorists who would target their own country.”

This was not stopped by Palin.She continued with these kind of remarks on Obama later at a rally in Carson,California.Her comment comes as Obama’s neighbourhood was Bill Ayers who invovled in several bombings in US in 1970’s.They both met several times since 1995 campaign for Illionis Senator postion.

Sarah Palin Should be careful with her comments, since those can put her up in jail.She has to understand that the swiftboat attacks cannot make any impact on the elections.

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The US Congress today put its stamp of approval on the controversial Indo-US nuclear deal when the Senate overwhelmingly voted a Bill rejecting all the killer amendments, paving the way for the implementation of the historic initiative between the two countries.

The deal, entered into between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and President George W Bush in 2005 and which nearly brought down the UPA Government, was approved by the Senate with 86 voting for and 13 against with bi-partisan support after rejecting the killer amendments moved by two Democratic Senators.

Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Joe Biden, a strong supporter of India, also voted for the Bill. The Bill, which has already been cleared by the House of Representatives, will now head to the White House for Bush’s approval.

With today’s Senate vote, the deal is now ready for signing by US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice when she arrives in New Delhi on her rescheduled trip on Saturday with External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee.

Already approved by the House of Representatives, the Bill has a paragraph that the US can cease nuclear cooperation with India if New Delhi conducts a test.

The Senate approval marks the tortuous path the deal took in the last three years, especially in India with the Left parties who had supported the UPA government from outside strongly opposing the deal and withdrawing support on the issue.

In an apparent attempt to assuage the naysayers, Rice had yesterday wrote a letter to Senate majority leader Harry Reid, saying a nuclear test by India would result in “most serious consequences”, including automatic cut-off of US cooperation as well as a number of other sanctions.

However, Rice said the US believed that the Indian Government intends to uphold the continuation of the nuclear testing moratorium it affirmed to the United States in 2005 and reiterated to the broader international community as recently as September 5, 2008.

The deal between the two countries also led to the ending of 34 years of nuclear apartheid against India when the NSG granted a historic waiver on September six after which France also signed an agreement with India for civil nuclear cooperation.

The passage of the 123 agreement is considered as a major diplomatic victory for the Bush administration. White House hopefuls Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain also voted in favour of the Bill.

The Prime Minister himself was to sign the deal last week during his meeting with Bush, but could not do so because of the US Congress’ pre-occupation with the financial bailout package.

The Bush administration had said that the pact will secure a strategic partnership with India to meet its rising energy demand and open up a market worth billions. At the start of the two-minute debate prior to voting, the Ranking Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Richard Lugar asked his colleagues to participate in a “historic” moment.

“This is an opportunity for the United States and India to come together in a way that historically is important for the world. India is a very important country for us and this relationship is sealed in a very significant way by this agreement,” he said.

But Byron Dorgan of North Dakota insisted with the amendment that he and his colleague from New Mexico introduced stressing that the US-India agreement is a “flawed” one that would result in the addition of more nuclear weapons in the planet.

But Senator Christopher Dodd, Acting Chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the Floor Manager on Wednesday for the legislation, came back with a spirited response to the call of  his colleague on the Amendment.

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