Category Archives: Opinions
Communist China facilitating World Buddhist forum: Ironic and deceitful
2 December 2018 | NS Venkataraman
It is not clear whether Buddhists around the world have protested adequately against this act of the Chinese government in facilitating the Buddhist forum meeting in China. ...
Celebrating National Press Day in India
15 November 2018 | Nava Thakuria
As we celebrate National Press Day, we pay tribute to the Press Council of India, as it continues to symbolize a free and responsible press in the largest democracy of the world. ...
Is President Trump as chaotic as described?
21 October 2018 | NS Venkataraman
Ever since Donald Trump emerged as the candidate of the Republican party for US Presidential election, he has been bitterly criticized by the opposition as well as the media. ...
Palden Tsok-Tso Chok – My take on our Parliamentary sessions
15 October 2018 | Norbu Tsering
What distinguishes us from others is the fact that at the risk of falling prey to the dormant disunifying chaos of democracy, we have very bravely adopted democracy come what may. ...
11 October 2018 | Ugyen Gyalpo
The Tibetan spirit remains unshattered and pure as before. Amongst everyone and everything, I have faith and belief in the Tibetan people in and outside of Tibet. ...
Waiting for a new regime in Thimphu
3 October 2018 | Nava Thakuria
Bhutan is going for its third national (general) elections on 18 October. Two political parties are in the contest for the new regime in Thimphu. ...
Mahatma Gandhi: Ultimate benchmark for human beings
1 October 2018 | NS Venkataraman
Humans have a benchmark and standard for life that Mahatma Gandhi's way of living created. For worthy individuals wherever they are in the world, it should be a desirable goal to reach. ...
Changes required in our election rules
22 September 2018 | Norbu Tsering
Many factors have led to irresponsible use of political freedom in the name of democracy, and regional sentiments are out-weighing our need for national unity. ...
Do we need changes in our Parliament system?
20 September 2018 | Ngawang Choechen
Do we need to amend election laws in line with changing circumstances? We certainly need some drastic changes now and should start discussion about it during the current session. ...
No preliminary elections: Better for Tibetan unity and cause
11 September 2018 | Mila Rangzen
two-round elections do not guarantee the best. We Tibetans must stop fearing to venture on an untravelled path, but rather evolve with the changing times and adapt to the demands of Unity. ...