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Bhutan: The sad case of Punatsangchhu project 1- Lessons to be learnt

Paper no. 6577 .             Dated 31-July-2019

By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan

Dr. Pema Gyamtsho, of DPT and leader of opposition raised the issue of Punatsangchhu I in  Bhutan Parliament and suggested that in view of geological problems, mounting debt and expenditure it would be better to hold the project at the current stage. He added more out of courtesy  that no one can be blamed for ‘geological surprises’.  He said that the project due to be completed by 2016 may get extended even to 2024-2025.

CHECHNYA: Russia’s Experience of Asymmetrical Warfare

Paper No. 619                                          28/02/2003

by Ivan Safranchuk, Director, CDI

Courtesy-Hindu Sitah and permitted by CDI to republish.

Introduction

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by B. Raman

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by B. Raman

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by B. Raman

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 by B. Raman

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Paper No. 547                         16/11/2002

by B. Raman

In a series of articles written since October, 7, 2001, I have been stressing the following points:
 

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