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Did India treat “Ceylon” as a Plantation Colony before China war: Not as a Frontline neighbor?

The question raised in the title of this article may encapsulate the essence of Indo-Ceylon relations from the inception of independence of the two countries nearly 66 years ago until 1962 India’s border war with China and later Sri Lanka’s war against terrorism set India on a different course. The two countries started their relationship after independence not with a positive note as over two millennia of recorded history and other living evidence would expect one to see, evolving from such a situation, but with a “problem”.

Did India treat “Ceylon” as a Plantation Colony before China war: Not as a Frontline neighbor?
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New Heads of Mission Present Credentials to President Rajapaksa

Newly appointed five (05) Ambassadors and one (01) High Commissioner presented their credentials to President Mahinda Rajapaksa at the Presidential Secretariat this Morning (10).

Fwd: New Heads of Mission Present Credentials to President Rajapaksa (Pix by:Sudath Silva)
 New Heads of Mission Present Credentials to President Rajapaksa
 New Heads of Mission Present Credentials to President Rajapaksa
 New Heads of Mission Present Credentials to President Rajapaksa
 New Heads of Mission Present Credentials to President Rajapaksa
 New Heads of Mission Present Credentials to President Rajapaksa
 New Heads of Mission Present Credentials to President Rajapaksa
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