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How should India tackle the Italian marines issue?
Two Italian marines, charged with murder of two Indian fishermen, will not be returning to India to face trial. The Supreme Court allowed Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone to go home for Christmas and to vote in elections, and return to India. The two marines are accused of shooting and killing two fishermen, whom they mistook for pirates, off the Kerala coast in February last year. India says the two fishermen, Selestian Valentine and Ajesh Pinky, were unarmed. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has termed Italy's decision of not sending the two marines back as unacceptable. The PM on Tuesday told the Left MPs that he will ask External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid to take up the issue with Italy. We want you to share your views on what India should do now and whether it will be able to take a tough stand.