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Will cutting trade ties with Pakistan help, if yes, why haven't we done it already
I think we can. Upon reading up on Tibetan issues and initiatives undertaken by Tibet support groups, what seems to be lacking isn't the drive or logic behind demanding c
Its a great idea as the coursework,content etc can be designed based on the needs and level of understanding of students. It allows student to innovate and helps in creat
He's running on 35 years now. With a long season of 13 Tests in front of us, it makes more sense to give chances to players with time well on their side. Every series is a chance to make the Team grow, not look for stop-gap solutions.
Ah I see what you mean!
Usually when I hear about a dictator I think of someone that's power hungry and always ends up hurting the people in some way. Has there ever been a dictator that was somewhat nice or made really good decisions that benefited the people?
Purpose of life is very subjective in itself. That's why enlightened ones gave you a simple way to understand the purpose. The book so profound to lead you to the real pu
This is still a far fetched dream, Read this discussions "India would be more than half a century late for the global education commitment” reports UNESCO. What exactly
We need to put in additional resources in the public system and ensure the barriers of the most marginalised children are addressed to ensure universal quality education
Indian govt and people have done a lot for us. I have lived in Delhi and Dharamshala both, and I feel like it is my home. Freedom to do business, love I received from peo
Your gratitude towards the Indian government shows the exemplary character and strength of Tibetans. We might not be able to make up for the grief your country has gone through, but we sure as hell can try to stop it from perpetuating further.
Even if they're not able to sustain themselves, they should have the freedom to bear those repercussions. They might struggle, but the liberation and the subsequent moti
Historically Tibet has always been caught between the two superpowers, India and China. Mostly one or the other held sway. I don't think that would change. Add the modern powers of Russia and the USA and it would be hard work to stay independent and have a successful economy.