NDTV on Propaganda War in Sri Lanka

“Truth vs Hype: The propaganda wars in Sri Lanka,” An NDTV production running for 26 min, 30 sec, September 10, 2011…….. with Srinivasan Jain as investigative reporter

 Pic from Times

In a country ravaged by war until two years ago,Sri Lanka, on the surface, seems to have made peace. However, below the seemingly calm veneer are many layers of complex questions which are as important as the task of rebuilding the war torn areas of the North and East, questions of rights, justice, resettlement and political autonomy.

SEE  http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/truth-vs-hype/truth-vs-hype-the-propaganda-wars-in-sri-lanka/210461&cp

COMPARE the visual images in still form in the following: TIMES Aerial Images, NFZ Last Redoubt, 23 May 2009  = http://www.flickr.com/photos/thuppahi/sets/72157626922360092/

 Murali reddy outside hospital at Nandikadal, mid-May 2009  –Pic by Kanchan Prasad

* Indian Reporter Pics at NFZ-14-to-18 May 2009 =http://www.flickr.com/photos/thuppahi/sets/72157626797805167/

*Final Battle, NFZ Last Redoubt, 13-19 May 2009 = http://www.flickr.com/photos/thuppahi/sets/72157626921596968/

* Mullivaikkal Hospitalin NFZ Last Redoubt = http://www.flickr.com/photos/thuppahi/sets/72157626797848747/

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