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At 3:15pm on April 8, 2011, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…

Dear Neeti,

Happy to meet you in worldwide Peace network here. This credit goes to

Dr. Craig who gave us great opportunity to share and achieve expertise

and find good friend around the world. Please in touch with us in future.

We are working on similar causes and can be good partners on common

issues. Please visit our website www.inspad.org

Peace.

At 4:00am on August 19, 2009, Priyaranjan said…
Hi Neeti,
I need some basic information which your thesis based upon.Could you kindly send me some information about that please.I will be thankful.
Priyaranjan
Priyaranjan.dahal@hotmail.com
At 10:40am on May 30, 2009, ckvishwanath said…
have you written to harsh kapoor?
At 11:39am on May 28, 2009, ckvishwanath said…
no,it is an australian scholar?
At 2:43pm on May 26, 2009, ckvishwanath said…
dear neeti,
i collecte it in my folder.it's about the gender division and maoist politics etc.you must have read it.
At 1:21pm on May 26, 2009, ckvishwanath said…
thanks,
wait,
nepal situation is more complex now.from maoists to its neighbours.
At 7:10pm on May 25, 2009, Rene Wadlow said…
Kuan Yin : She who harkens to the cries of the world
Rene Wadlow*

Wise in using skilful means
In every corner of the world
She manifests her countless forms

Sri Lanka: After the final round of armed violence: a need for a vision of the future. Citizens of the World call for creative responses to the challenge of new government structures.
Rene Wadlow*

On 19 May 2009, the Government of Sri Lanka proclaimed an end to the fighting against the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelan (LTTE), one of the world’s most enduring insurgencies. The LTTE had once controlled a quarter of Sri Lanka’s territory as they had pressed their campaign for an independent state for the country’s Tamil minority. Some 265,000 people have been displaced during the past several months in this last round of fighting.

Thus the major issue today is no longer calling for negotiations between the Government of Sri Lanka and the LTTE but rather to encourage all parties to look toward the future in a spirit of reconciliation.

The armed conflict, which began in 1983, has taken an estimated 70,000 lives with many wounded and lives broken. The psychological wounds are deep, and the healing of individual traumas with psycho-spiritual techniques is a real priority.

There is a need to develop governmental structures in which all citizens will feel that they belong and that their interests are safeguarded. Citizens of the World have often proposed federal structures as a way of respecting differences in a pluralistic society while providing the possibilities of joint action.

Such federal forms of government were agreed to in 1987 with the India-Sri Lanka accord leading to the 13th Amendment to the Sri Lanka Constitution. The Amendment provides for the establishment of provincial councils. Unfortunately, these councils have never become functional.

The suffering of the war may sow the seeds of future unrest and a desire for revenge unless steps are taken quickly to develop flexible structures which provide real regional autonomy.

We hope that you will join with other Citizens of the World in this call for creative responses in Sri Lanka

* Rene Wadlow, Representative to the United Nations, Geneva, Association of World Citizens
At 4:33am on May 11, 2009, peace said…
Thank you Neeti, I hope the books on post colonial studies from India, particularly about the violence in 1947 will help you theorize the matter, though I do not have any idea, but If you are in Nepal, contact Dr. Birendra Mishra, T.U. as he is also working in this field.I hope you will explore knowledge that could address the situation.
At 3:17am on May 11, 2009, Merci L. Angeles said…
Dear Neeti,

I read in your profile that you are now based in Melbourne, and studying at Monash Uni. The Peace Women Partners has members in Melbourne, including some Filipinas who will be coming to Manila for the September Conference. They are availing of discounted promo rates of Philippine Air Lines. It is much cheaper to go to Manila from Melbourne than from Nepal. My email address is:mvl.pwp@gmail.com. Contact me here if you want more details. Cheers !
At 11:25am on May 10, 2009, ckvishwanath said…
give me your your email address.
i can send a book for you.most probably,you must have read it.
At 12:41pm on May 7, 2009, Frizzey Greif said…
♥ ♥ ♥
good vibes

heartly welcome in
Frizzey Lights World
♥ ♥ ♥

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