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Bhutan and its Hydro Power: Update No. 113

Note No. 753                                    Dated 24-Nov-2015
 
By Dr.  S. Chandrasekharan
 
Bhutan’s fast flowing rivers, deep gradients, huge gorges and sparse population make the country ideal for harnessing hydro power potential at a very low cost with  minimum displacement of human settlements and related rehabilitation issues.  
 

Book Review: Jeremy Seabrook, The Song of the Shirt,

Paper No. 6029                                  Dated 09-Nov-2015                          

By Prof. Charles Sarvan                                                                                                            

Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP): Responses from China and options for India

Paper No. 6020                                  Dated 12-Oct-2015

Guest Column by Prof. B. R. Deepak

TPP is a trade agreement with 12 Pacific Rim countries that has been signed on 5 October 2015 in secrecy after 5 years marathon negotiations but still subject to ratification by the member states.

The US-China-India Triangle: A New Tripolar World Order?

Paper No. 6013                                  Dated 30-Sept-2015

Guest Column by Prof. B. R. Deepak

Bhutan: The Need to tackle recent problems of Corruption with a firm hand: Update No. 111

Note No. 743                                     Dated 10-Sep-2015
 
By Dr.  Chandrasekharan
 
For a young democracy that is moving along in a stable environment with all its institutions doing reasonably well, it is surprising that corruption has started rearing its ugly head with many seniors involved.  Unless this is met with a firm hand there is the danger of the problem getting out of hand as it has happened in other neighbouring countries of the region.
 

Maldives: President Yameen Still Running Riot.

Paper No. 6006                                Dated 7-Sep-2015
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
It was now the turn of the leading opposition party MDP to be duped into yielding to Yameen’s government without getting anything in return though much was promised as a “quid pro quo.”
 

Tibet: Symmetrical SAR (Special Administrative Region) For Business

Paper No. 5975                                      Dated 23- July-2015

By Dr. Parasaran Rangarajan

The Indo-Sino Agreement On Tibet Of 1954 (With Exchange Of Notes)

The Agreement Between The Republic Of India And The People’s Republic Of China On Trade And Intercourse Between Tibet Region Of China And India (1954) consists of a bi-lateral treaty with conditions stated in exchange of notes signed by the plenipotentiaries of both nations which are legally binding.

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