India will ask Myanmar to launch intensive search for Paresh Baruah

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  1. Ray

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    The new Myanmar Govt being proactive to re-join the world community after years of isolation, there is hope that the Chinese link to the Indian terrorists will fade.

    One cannot state that it will stop, but as is what is evident, it will not be so rampant.

    From the overall strategic scenario, it will be one less headache.

    However, China maybe on the backfoot with the Tibetans in Sichuan who appear to be a wee bit aggressive to Chinese dadagiri.
     
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    Indian journalists detained in Burma

    Two Indian journalists who entered Burma five days ago are believed to have been detained by the army.

    Rajib Bhattacharya and Pradip Gogoi were seeking an interview with Paresh Baruah, the leader of a separatist group seeking to establish a sovereign state of Assam in defiance of the Indian government.

    Baruah, who heads the United Liberation Front of Asom, operates from bases in the jungles of Burma (Myanmar) and China.

    Bhattacharya works for the newly launched daily, Seven Sisters Post, which is edited by the former BBC staffer, Subir Bhaumik.

    Now journalists from Assam have called on the Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh to step in.

    Indian journalists detained in Burma | Media | guardian.co.uk
     
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    Why the eff do we keep doing same mistake again and again? Always asking to do without proper rewarding them for the actions done so far by their military. Chinese richly reward anyone whom they ask to do something. If we have to welcome a new and willing Myanmar into our strategic partnership and help them wean off from China, we need to give them results. Since Burmese military budget is quite high, we could sell them some of our most successful products at a special rate.

    The only way to win a junta-managed civilian government is through military engagements.
     
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