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BHUTAN: Refugee Problem- Internationalisation is working. Update 29.

 

Note No. 181                                                  07.04.2003

 by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan 

“Without India’s direct involvement there will be no guarantee of peace and human rights for the refugees.  So it will be worthless to return to Bhutan even after such understanding.  We have not heard anything from the Indian side”- Tek Nath Rijal- in an interview to Nepali Post- 15 Feb. 2003. 

BHUTAN: Distribution of Maoist document in refugee camps: should be cause for concern. Update 30

 

Note No. 183                        02.05.2003

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan 

14th JMC between Bhutan and Nepal at Kathmandu: a raw deal for the refugees:Update 31

 

Note No. 186                                                 04.06.2003

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan 

There could be no greater betrayal than what has transpired in the Nepal-Bhutan, fourteenth ministerial joint committee meeting held at Kathmandu between 19 and 22nd May, 2003.

BHUTAN: Playing with the lives of poor refugees: Update 32.

 

Note No. 189                                                  03.07.2003

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan 

Where is the place where the voice of the refugees can be heard?

"‘Refugee’ the so called homeless, hopeless, stateless and what else if the medium of being themselves is aimless." -- Bhutanese refugees from the camps.

BHUTAN: Refugee Issue- International players are stepping in: Update 33

 

Note No. 194                        01.08.2003

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan 

BHUTAN: Tek Nath Rijal takes the plunge: Update 34.

 

Note No. 198                        05.09.2003

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan 

BHUTAN: 15th Ministerial meeting at Thimpu on refugees: Break through? Update 35

 

Note No. 201                        27.10.2003

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan 

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