I think Suriname will be a difficult matter anyway. So far I have watched your list according to Suriname FA with a quick eye only, I find several errors.
On 29-09-1954 there could not have been played a match Suriname - Netherlands. Dutch NT played that day in Nijmegen a friendly with German club Rot-Weiß Essen. Besides it seem not to be very logical Suriname did play NL that day for another reason. Dutch team played there already in August. Returning to the Caribbean within 2 months should have been out of question, certainly in 1954 when such a trip was into Dutch eyes exceptional. There have been played a Suriname 2-9 Netherlands match on another date, 30-07-1958. This is mentioned in the book "Het Zwarte Legioen" (The Black Legion). But the name of the Dutch goalscorers (6 or 7 different names were mentioned) were not regular A national team players. Coen Moulijn was the only one of them who ever won a full cap for NL. As Coen Moulijn was 21 years, 4 months and 15 days at the moment, possibly this match could have been played by an U 23 team. On 03-07-1960 Suriname - Netherlands ended 3-4. All Dutch soccer books report following: 12. Swart 0-1, 14. Chyriell 1-1, 20. Kruiver 1-2, 34. Kruiver 1-3, 63. Kruiver 1-4, 74. Foe A Man 2-4, 87. Monsanto 3-4.
About the results of the 1984 matches against India other sources (FIFA website and former East German magazin FUWO) say these matches did not ended 6-1 and 5-1 for Suriname but 6-2 and 4-1.
These are just some examples Suriname FA may have recorded wrong dates and scores. What more corrections are needed?
About counting matches played against Aruba: this is a matter of opinion. Aruba got "Status Aparte" in 1986 and was until 1948 part of "Gebiedsdeel Curaçao" which is same as pre 1986 Netherlands Antilles. Since 1986 Aruba is not part of Netherlands Antilles anymore. Aruban FA used to be a part of Netherlands Antilles FA until then, so that's the reason I count Aruban matches only from 1986 onwards.
Netherlands Antilles/Curaçao could is a complicated matter. This country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands was named Gebiedsdeel Curaçao until 1948 when the Curaçao team could have been the Gebiedsdeel Curaçao team as well the Island of Curaçao team. At the end of the 1950s Netherlands Antilles was represented by Curaçao only as there was a dispute by Aruban FA with the Netherlands Antilles FA.