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Adluri Subramanyam Raju

Published by Kalpaz, Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8178355442 ISBN 13: 9788178355443

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Item Description: Kalpaz, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgements. Introduction/A. Subramanyam Raju. I. Historical interface between India and Sri Lanka 1. India and Sri Lanka the Buddhist connection/J. Kedareswari. II. Indo Sri Lanka political relations 2. Glimpses of Indo Sri Lankan relations/Nirupama Rao. 3. India's policy of non intervention in Sri Lanka/P. Sahadevan. III. Ethnic repatriates and refugee issues in Indo Sri Lanka relations 4. Ethnic crisis in Sri Lanka a peaceful solution/S.J.S. Chhatwal. 5. A Cinderella community in transition the Indian origin Tamils of Sri Lanka/P.P. Devaraj. 6. Integration and assimilation of Sri Lankan repatriates in Tamil Nadu/V. Suryanarayan. 7. Facilitating the return of Sri Lankan refugees in India/S.H. Hasbullah. IV. Maritime cooperation between India and Sri Lanka 8. Role of maritime forces in disaster management/R.S. Vasan. 9. India and Sri Lanka assessing maritime security relationship/Vijay Sakhuja. 10. Maritime issues between India and Sri Lanka/A. Subramanyam Raju. V. Indo Sri Lankan economic relations 11. India and Sri Lanka from political fissures to economic bridges/Manoj Soni. 12. Strategic marketing formulation for the domestic manufacturers through the operation of regional cooperation in the context of globalisation/K. Ishaq. 13. Indo Sri Lanka free trade agreement can trade agreement among unequal partners work/Indra Nath Mukherji. 14. Free trade agreement between India and Sri Lanka the way forward/M. Ganeshamoorthy. 15. Ground level problems encountered in importing Sri Lankan goods into India under the FTA/Somindra Kishen Hazari. VI. Indo Sri Lankan partnership 16. The why and the how of India Sri Lanka partnership/Sathiya Moorthy. 17. Indo Sri Lanka cooperation in education/Santsilan Kadirgamar. 18. Sustaining tourism through cultural cooperation/G.S. Rao and Shailesh Sikha. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. India and Sri Lanka are geographically contiguous and culturally close. The island state of Sri Lanka is barely thirty kilometers away from India's southern coastal tip. People of these two countries share many similarities in terms of dress food habits manners customs and ways of life. In spite India sharing border with all its neighbouring countries in South Asia its relationship with Sri Lanka has been relatively more cordial than with other countries in the region. In addition to their cordial relationship there is misunderstanding and mistrust between the two resulted in many ups and downs in their mutual relationship. The issue of Tamils of Indian origin and maritime issues between the two countries created turbulence. The civil war of 1983 further aggravated the situation. Half of India's investment in South Asian region is invested in Sri Lanka and as such the island state has emerged as a close economic partner of India. Both the countries realize that restrictions on trade between the two are detrimental to their economic growth and prosperity. There is a greater potential for enhancing and institutionalizing bilateral economic cooperation in the exploration and exploitation of sea resources in the Indian Ocean waters. Neither country can ignore the security of the other. Sri Lanka cannot ignore the problems of Tamil Nadu when its talks about its relationship with India. Similarly India cannot ignore the internal problems of Sri Lanka when it seeks to improve its relations with the latter. The volume probes into various into mechanisms and strategies with a view to shaping better future for both the countries. The papers provide a perspective in debating the emerging issues of greater concern to India and Sri Lanka in the dynamic world of the 21st century. 346 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 63484

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