The first development is the petition that was forwarded to the Nobel authorities in Norway, pleading for the revocation of her Peace prize as the 386,000 petitioners believe that the Nobel peace laureate is "complicit in crimes against humanity". Burma was tense with mass demonstrations for democracy after General Ne Win had stepped down in August.
"Aung San Suu Kyi knows things and I'm very happy". While her English husband and her sons returned to Britain she formed the National League for Democracy (NLD).
Yet another human tragedy is unfolding where an entire population is being subjected to atrocities of the worst kind, simply for being who they are - an ethnic and religious minority. How could she not with her commitment to her principles for which she endured 15 years of house arrest. "It goes back to pre-colonial times".
Earlier, Modi met with Myanmar President Htin Kyaw.
So what is this respected woman and active proponent of human rights and democracy really like?
Aung San Suu Kyi is the country's civilian head, but she in not Commander-in-Chief of the military - a military that still has significant grips on the country's institutions, and complete control of all facets of defense, border control, and home affairs. "The prize we were working for was a free, secure and just society where our people might be able to realise their full potential".
Indeed so deep are these sensitivities that even the Annan Commission's report doesn't use the word "Rohingya", a term not accepted by most in Myanmar. She would not make changes too soon but would aim for reconciliation, like Nelson Mandela.
Some Rohingya Muslims are recorded to have been in Buddhist-majority Burma since the 12th century. The "Muslim insurgents of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army" have issued a statement that indicates that they are to observe a cease fire, and have asked the Myanmar government to reciprocate.
Emphasis of the worldwide community and its media on the exodus of refugees and destruction alone is not helping this complex and volatile situation. After independence Rohingyas who could prove residence for at least two generations were allowed to apply for a form of ID card. After the country gained independence, their migration was considered illegal and they were denied citizenship rights.
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Whatever the reason, Suu Kyi's silence has rapidly depleted her remaining reserves of global moral capital.
Mr. Khader said that the Rohingya, residents of Rakhine State on the border of what is now Bangladesh, came to today's Myanmar during the British rule to build the capital city of Rangoon. She claimed to welcome its initial recommendations but made no move to implement them.
"The violence must end now".
The Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) also put up hoardings in the state, directing Rohingyas to leave Jammu and threatening consequences if they failed to do so.
Seeing the recent precedence of liberal intervention by U.S. and West in countries like Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan, should not there be an imposition of sanctions against Myanmar over the massive human rights violations or a demand for a separate state for the Rohingyas on the pattern of East Timor or South Sudan.
That's not exactly what the ARSA - designated a "terrorist" group by the government after its attacks - had in mind when it launched simultaneous attacks. After all, she was the one who retaliated by saying - "It is not power that corrupts, but fear". But, in her recent interviews, she has mentioned that the army is dealing with terrorists who have attacked the military after whatever the country has done for them.
In Washington, Republican Senator John McCain and Democratic Senator Dick Durbin have introduced a bipartisan resolution condemning the violence and calling on Ms Suu Kyi to work to halt it.
Selina Mohsin is a former ambassador.