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Rapes Torture Continue Sri Lanka India Attend CHOGM

Rape,Torture,Pain and Death continue to haunt the Tamils of Sri Lanka.

I have posted quite a few posts on the War Crimes of Sri Lanka nd have provvied some links towards the end of this post.

The Atrocities are not over even after the war is Over,

The Rajapakshe Government is flouting all international norms and is conducting the CHOGM Summit in Sri Lanka.

And a shameless Indian Government is likely to be represented by its Prime Minister!

Latest news is that Salman Khurshid,The External Affairs Minister is likely to attend the CHOGM Summit,

Either you attend out of conviction and moral values. you do not deputize.

It is not Man Mohan Singh who is attending or not attending,

It is a question of India’ anguish.

Salman Khurshid does not represent India and Indian feelings and PM does?

Classic case of The Remedy Being worse than the Cure!

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Deep Web,The Dark Side Of Internet Details

Deepnet , the other Internet

All of us know Internet.

We are able to access them and the information is Indexed by Search Engines.

We can access the information by relevant queries.

This is a part of World Wide Web, www.

There is another side to the world wide web where you can not normally access the information , but is still a part of the world wide web.

This is called the Deepnet, the Invisible Web, the Undernet or the hidden Web.

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Robotic Weapons Replace Drones? Human Rights Watch

Now that Drone attacks are drawing flak, there is a move to induct Fully Autonomous Robotic Weapons, which do not need any Human input are on the anvil.
The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots is a coalition of weapons monitors and human rights groups leading an effort, formally since April, to establish an international ban on fully autonomous lethal weapons. Dubbed (by opponents) “killer robots,” it’s a technology that can kill targets (humans) without any human input. Whereas drones today have someone somewhere remotely determining where and when to fire, a fully autonomous air, land, or sea weapon could be making the decisions on its own…

It sounds like the stuff of sci-fi, but the technology is well within reach given existing weaponry. The U.S. Navy’s X-47B, a Northrop Grumman-developed drone, has taken off and landed on an aircraft carrier—one of the hardest maneuvers in aviation—entirely on its own, and it would only be a short step to add missiles to its weapons bay. In South Korea, a Samsung subsidiary designed—several years ago already—a stationary robot sentry that sits along the demilitarized zone and can identify and fire at a target on its own. It’s linked up with a human operator for now.



Human Rights Watch has called in for a Review of this development.

All governments should support international talks to address the threat posed by fully autonomous robotic weapons, Human Rights Watch said today. Human Rights Watch and the Harvard Law School International Human Rights Clinic on October 21, 2013, issued a question-and-answer document about the legal problems posed by these weapons.

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