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BHUTAN- Time for a New Initiative


Bhutan- the Refugee question- An update


Note No. 8                                          19.1.1999


The Problem of Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal- Role for India?


Note No. 4                                      08.10.1998

Dr. S.Chandrasekharan

Bhutan: The Refugees are crying out for justice-Update no. 27.


Note No. 172                        23.01.2003

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

BHUTAN: Forward movement in the "Refugee problem?" - Update 28.


Note No. 177                        13.02.2003

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan 

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 


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