Category Archives: Opinions
COVID 19 and now second wave — Is it god made or man made?
13 May 2021 | NS Venkataraman
It is necessary that India take the initiative to organize a world team to investigate about the origin of COVID-19 and the second wave. One can be sure that researchers around the world will be willing to help. ...
All is not well that does not end well
10 May 2021 | Norbu Tsering
Will wisdom dawn on our MPs on the special Parliament session day? Chances are it will not. Poor Tibetan democracy! ...
Tibetan constitutional crisis: The way forward
2 May 2021 | Lobsang Wangyal
Democracy was crumbling right before his eyes, and yet he didn't utter even a single word, and now he wants the public and the media to be quiet. ...
Let India’s morale be kept high in this hour of crisis
29 April 2021 | NS Venkataraman
When bad events take place such as the virus that is spreading now, what is important is that the morale of the people must be kept high and they should be fed with hopes that bright days would not be far away. ...
A tale of two rows — A glimpse of Tibetan exile society from the moon!
26 April 2021 | Kunchok Gyatso
They know well that two million brothers and sisters who died under Chinese atrocities never had two rows. They know well more than 160 brave Tibetans who self-immolated against Chinese atrocities never had two rows. They don't want to part ...
Have the Chithues gone insane?
7 April 2021 | Kalsang Namgyal
A Western leader had said that democracy is rule by fools Witnessing how much harm is caused by the guardians of democracy if they lack qualifications, it reminds me that democracy is not suitable for our society. ...
Transformation of a critic after hearing Penpa Tsering
27 March 2021 | Kunchok Gyatso
Often we get hypnotized by the surrounding social environment unconsciously and get dragged into some pre-programed thinking so much to an extent that our rationality completely goes into sleep mode. ...
Penpa Tsering, for Sikyong, for all Tibetans
25 March 2021 | Tenzin Norbu
Fortunately, there is a candidate, a seasoned leader, who seeks to unite all three Cholkas under one umbrella in truth and the rule of law. Penpa la is the candidate for Sikyong who will lead the six million Tibetans forward. ...
Should the Middle-Way policy be put to vote again?
23 March 2021 | Norbu Tsering
The Middle-Way policy is suggested on the premise that Tibet was an independent country, and that we can choose a different future based on the present circumstances. ...
Myanmar going under China points to need for QUAD
14 March 2021 | NS Venkataraman
Considering China's present economic and military strength and the greed to become the super power of the world at any cost, the economic, military, and political strength of the four QUAD partners are vitally needed. ...