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Book Release function held at Kaveri Bhavan, KSOU

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Mysuru: “India has played a significant role in bringing back justice for Tamil Eelam and to remove extermination of Tamil race in Sri Lanka”, said former IAS officer M G Devasahayam on Saturday November 29.

He was speaking during the book release of ‘Unfettered genocide in Tamil Eelam’ and ‘Enlightened Rule of Nalwadi Krishnaraja Wadiyar’.

‘Unfettered genocide in Tamil Eelam’, has been authored by Karnataka State Open University V-C M G Krishnan, Paul Newman of Bangalore University and professor G K Nathan.

“The authors have clearly mentioned how, in the face of a series of exclusionary acts by the Sinhalese dominated parliament, Sri Lanka’s Tamil came to the inevitable conclusion that they could never achieve equity under a Sinhalese dominated government”, he added describing the book.

Further, former history professor at Mangalore University B Surendra Rao, unveiled the book ‘Enlightened Rule of Nalwadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar’.

Describing  the book he said that the book deals with Mysuru History, which was considered as an important period of Mysuru.

Speaking on the Wodeyar rule,  he said, “usually citizens admire a rule after its over. But, people during Krishnaraja Wadiyar reign, realized and considered his tenure as a precious term.

 

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