Various Indian individuals and organizations have criticized the ongoing Sri Lankan offensive against ethnic Tamils in the northern part of that country, even calling for the Indian government to "intervene". On Monday, the Indian government officially criticized the offensive. On Tuesday, the Sri Lankan government reacted to India's concern by saying we are being "misled" by the LTTE.
It reminds me of about a month ago, when (among others) the Italian government spoke critically of the violence against Christians in Orissa. In some circles, this was greeted with "Why is it any of Italy's business?" (for one example, read Desipundit here).
Are those same circles now wondering aloud why what's happening in Sri Lanka is any of India's business?
As for me, I think killings anywhere are the business of all of us anywhere. We should ask hard questions of Sri Lanka, and we should answer the hard questions asked of us.