CNN EXPOSES INDIA'S SILENCE OVER BURMA
INDIA'S PRIME MINISTER SILENT ON BURMA
INDIA'S OIL MINISTER SIGNS OIL DEAL WITH MILITARY JUNTA
Last Sunday India's Petroleum Minister Murli Deora signed an oil deal with the Burmese miltary junta for India's ONGC even when monks marched on Burma's streets for freedom.
Indiavikalp has been questioning the Indian governments silence on the Burma issue for the past week even when dozens of monks, activists and a journalist have been killed by the Burmese miltary junta.
India's Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has not uttered a word on Burma.
Despite sanctions 9 foreign companies are exploring 16 onshore blocks for oil and gas, while 9 companies explore for offshore oil and gas.
Burma's democracy activists call the companies doing business with the junta `The Dirty List'.