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With an active rider base in more than 35 cities, the TVS Apache Owners Group is only growing bigger by the day. What’s the best way to celebrate? By riding across the border to what is one of the most picturesque countries in the World – Bhutan. The Apache Owners Group’s (AOG) first international ride, […]
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Ron. You do not seem to be aware of the work of the gapminder institute which has excellent tools and data on population: https://www.gapminder.org/tools/ It is instructive to take their 'chimpanzee test' population quiz to check your assumptions. https://www.gapminder.org/news/help-us-spread-a-fact-based-worldview/ https://www.gapminder.org/ignorance/ I agree that population is a massive problem, which makes most of the other problems much worse, but the point is that it is already under control in most of the world. The number of children born worldwide (136 million) has barely changed in 4 years - essentially the base population finally stopped rising (obviously overall population will still rise significantly because those new people last ~70 years). https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=popbyage It's simply not true that 'developing countries in Asia' have high fertility rates. Most of them are already low. Bangladesh, Bhutan, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, China are all well below replacement, and Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar are only just above and still dropping. Thailand and China have rates well below the US and most of Europe. Only Pakistan, Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan, Philippines, Tajikistan, Jordan, PNG and Palestine remain above 3. Only sub-Saharan Africa still has high fertility rates, and they are dropping there too since the 70s and 80s. Nigeria is the biggest problem as it's big _and_ high birthrate. It's currently projected to be a 400m population country by the time it stabilises. https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2018;&marker$axis_x$which=children_per_woman_total_fertility&domainMin:null&domainMax:null&zoomedMin:null&zoomedMax:null&scaleType=linear&spaceRef:null;;;&chart-type=bubbles The point of all this is that the population problem is actually largely fixed, assuming we can keep current trends in place. Fertility rates are already below replacement in most of the world, and we are already on track for a stable population around 2070. There isn't much that can be done to bend the curve very far there - people last a long time... The thing we _can_ change quickly, if we put our minds to it is the other half of the problem: consumption, which is why it makes sense to concentrate efforts there, whilst not taking our eye off the development/contraception/healthcare ball in the developing world. It is possible for countries to regress, see Egypt 2006, Tunisia 2005, France 1997, USA 1977 (and 2002), but it's quite rare.
          Neighbourhood first?( GS 2,Foreign Policy,UPSC IAS Mains)      Cache   Translate Page      
In a calibrated move, the Modi government is dialling down aggressive postures in bilateral ties
When Prime Minister Narendra Modi touched down in the Maldives in mid-November to attend the swearing-in of Ibrahim Mohamed Solih as the country’s President, it was easy to count the “firsts” in his visit. Among them: this was Mr. Modi’s first visit to the Maldives, the only country in South Asia he had not yet visited in his tenure, and the first by an Indian Prime Minister in seven years. The only time a visit by Mr. Modi had been planned, in 2015, he cancelled his travel plan abruptly, to register a strong protest at the treatment of opposition leaders, who are now in government. The one “first” that was not as prominent, however, was that despite inviting all South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) leaders to his own swearing-in ceremony in May 2014, the Maldives visit marked the first time Mr. Modi attended the swearing-in ceremony of any other leader. The fact that he did, and chose to be one among the audience rather than on stage, may be a more visible sign of a new, softer neighbourhood policy than the one Mr. Modi’s government has pursued in previous years.

All in 2018
The current year, 2018, has marked a year of reaching out in the region by the Modi government in general, with a view to dialling down disagreements that otherwise marked ties with major powers such as Russia and China. But while Mr. Modi’s “Wuhan summit” with Chinese President Xi Jinping and the “Sochi retreat” with Russian President Vladimir Putin merited much attention, it is important to take stock of attempts at rapprochement in the immediate neighbourhood.

With Nepal, the government’s moves were a clear turn-around from the ‘tough love’ policy since the 2015 blockade. Then, the government seemed to want nothing more than to usher Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli out of power. In 2018, however, when Mr. Oli was re-elected, despite his anti-India campaign, the Modi government wasted no time in reaching out and, in a highly unconventional move, despatched External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to Kathmandu even before Mr. Oli had been invited to form the government. Since then, Mr. Oli has been invited to Delhi and Mr. Modi has made two visits to Nepal, with a third one planned in December to be part of the “Vivaha Panchami” festival. The frequency of visits in 2018 is in stark contrast to the three preceding years, when Mr. Modi did not visit Nepal at all.

Similar comparisons abound with India’s reaction to major developments in the neighbourhood. In the Maldives, when emergency was declared by the previous regime of Abdulla Yameen, New Delhi made no attempt to threaten him militarily despite expectations of domestic commentators and Western diplomats. When Mr. Yameen went further, denying visas to thousands of Indian job seekers and naval and military personnel stationed there, New Delhi’s response was to say that every country has a right to decide its visa policy.

With elections in Bhutan (completed) and Bangladesh (to be held in December), as well as the ongoing political crisis in Sri Lanka, India has chosen to make no public political statement that could be construed as interference or preference for one side over the other. Earlier this year, the government even allowed a delegation of the Bangladesh opposition to visit Delhi and speak at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-affiliated think tanks, although it later deported a British QC lawyer for the Bangladesh Nationalist Party.

Perhaps the biggest policy shift this year was carried out as a concession to the Ashraf Ghani government in Kabul. After a policy of more than two decades of refusing to engage with the Taliban, or even sit at the table with them, in November India sent envoys to the Moscow conference on Afghanistan, where the Taliban’s representatives were present. The U.S. chose to send a diplomat based in Moscow as an “observer”, but the Indian delegation of former Ambassadors to the region represented non-official “participation” at the event. The shift was palpable. Earlier, the government had stayed aloof from the process, explaining that any meeting outside Afghanistan crossed the redline on an “Afghan-owned and Afghan-led solution”. While the change in position was eventually achieved by a high-level outreach by the Russian government, which has projected the conference as a big diplomatic success, India’s participation had been nudged by President Ghani himself. He had made a strong pitch for backing talks with the Taliban during a visit to Delhi in mid-September. Both in his meeting with Mr. Modi and in a public speech, Mr. Ghani had stressed that the Islamic State and “foreign terrorists” were the problem in Afghanistan, as opposed to the Afghan Taliban itself, and talks with them had the support of the Afghan people. Whatever India’s reservations may have been about the Taliban, the Modi government eventually decided to extend its participation to the Moscow event.

The Kartarpur link
Given the context, it may be possible to see the government’s latest shift, in sending two Union Ministers to Pakistan this week to join Prime Minister Imran Khan for the ground-breaking ceremony for the Kartarpur corridor, as part of the larger pattern of softening towards the neighbourhood. No Indian Minister has visited Pakistan since the Uri attack in September 2016, and after the cancellation of Foreign Minister talks at the UN this year, it was assumed that the government would not pursue conciliatory proposals with the new government in Islamabad. It is also significant that the BJP and the Prime Minister have chosen not to make Pakistan an electoral issue in the current round of State elections, as they did during last year’s Assembly polls. While it seems unlikely that the larger shift required for a Prime Ministerial visit to Pakistan for the SAARC summit is possible before elections next year, it is not inconceivable that people-to-people ties, of the kind Mr. Modi spoke of in his speech comparing the transformative potential of the Kartarpur corridor to the falling of the Berlin wall, will be allowed to grow.

All these moves lead to the question, why has the government decided to make the change from playing big brother in the neighbourhood to a more genial and avuncular version of its previous self? One reason is certainly the backlash it received from some of its smallest neighbours like Nepal and the Maldives, that didn’t take kindly to being strong-armed, even if New Delhi projected its advice to be in their best interests. Another could be the conscious rolling back of India’s previous policy of dissuading neighbours from Chinese engagement to now standing back as they learn the risks of debt-traps and over-construction of infrastructure on their own. India’s own rapprochement with China post-Wuhan in the spirit of channelling both “cooperation and competition together” has also led to this outcome.

Temporary or durable
It must be stressed, however, that retreating from an aggressive position must not give the impression that India is retrenching within the region, opening space for the U.S.-China rivalry to play out in its own backyard. The most obvious reason for the government’s neighbourhood policy shift of 2018, that resounds closer to the “neighbourhood first” articulation of 2014, is that general elections are around the corner. This leads to the question, is the new policy simply a temporary move or a more permanent course correction: Neighbourhood 2.0 or merely Neighbourhood 1.2.0?

          Elina De Santos Directs World Premiere Of A MISUNDERSTANDING      Cache   Translate Page      

Understand you? I don't even understand myself. Elina de Santos directs a playful play of ideas that challenges our fundamental understanding of reality. The world premiere of A Misunderstanding by Matt Chait (Disinherit the Wind) opens on Friday, Jan. 4 at The Complex in Hollywood, where performances continue through Feb. 3. Leave all your preconceived notions at the door... this play is sure to turn them inside out.

In today's ever-increasingly partisan world, A Misunderstanding offers a philosophical and humorous exploration of the misunderstandings that arise when people with radically different world views become wary of one another and unable to communicate.

"I'm always interested in the big questions," says de Santos. "What is life? Do we have a soul? Is there intelligent design? Matt Chait's play asks these questions and dramatizes them in a story about a man wanting to be heard who finds much more."

Challenging one another's perceptions in A Misunderstanding are Bertram Cates, a biology professor who has been dismissed from the University of California for sharing his spiritual views with his science students (played by Chait, whose resume includes over 100 plays on and off Broadway, at theaters including American Place Theatre, Cafe LaMama, Manhattan Theatre Club, Theatre Company of Boston, National Playwright's Conference, Eugene O'Neil Foundation and more); Joshua Brownstein, head of the University's biology department (Bruce Katzman, whose numerous credits include the Tony Award-winning revival of Cabaret on Broadway and Way to Heaven at the Odyssey); Brownstein's daughter, Melinda, portrayed by Amy-Helene Carlson (Heavenly Bodies at the Player's Theatre, Bachelorette at BrooklynONE, both in NYC); and graduate student Howard Blair, played by Dennis Renard (Baby Eyes at Playwrights Arena, 12 Angry Men at Laguna Playhouse).

Audiences might recognize the character names from Chait's previous play, Disinherit the Wind - a work that reviewers called "fascinating" (Stage Raw); "gripping" (LA Splash); "intense and compelling" (Los Angeles Post Examiner); "entertaining, moving and thoughtful (The World Through Night-Tinted Glasses); "provocative" (Theatre Notes); and "genuine and profound" (Colorado Boulevard). A Misunderstanding is a spin-off of sorts, presenting a similar situation - a face-off between opposing belief systems - but from a completely different perspective.

According to Chait, "A Misunderstanding is about the essence of reality itself, and about the difficulty people have in understanding one another when the lens through which they view reality differs. Although my head was very much at work in the writing, so was my heart and my sense of humor."

In addition to his playwriting and acting credits, Chait has taught acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and at UCLA, and had his own acting studio for over 20 years. In 1990, he purchased what was then the Richmond Shepard Theatre Studios and expanded that into The Complex. He is the recipient of a Charlie Award from the Hollywood Arts Council and proclamations from Eric Garcetti, Paul Koretz and Mitch O'Farrell for his contributions to the theater community of Los Angeles.

Elina de Santos is co-artistic director of Rogue Machine Theatre. She has directed world premieres of Hostage by Michelle Kohlos Brooks, Family Riots by Gideon Jeph Wabvuta, In the Valley of the Shadow by Katherine Cortez, Dirty Filthy Love Story by Rob Mersola, Nice Things by Vince Melocchi, Razorback by John Pollono, Church & State by Jason Odell Williams, Yard Sale Signs by Jennie Webb and The Sexual Life of Savages by Ian McDonald; the American premiere of Daytona by Oliver Cotton; West Coast premieres of Smart Love by Brian Letscher (upcoming in 2019 at PRT), Bhutan by Daisy Foote, Falling by Deanna Jent, Nicolas Wright's Vincent in Brixton (Pasadena Playhouse) and New Jerusalem by David Ives; and L.A. premieres of Stop Kiss by Diana Son (co-director, Matthew Elkins), David Mamet's Speed the Plow and Edward Albee's A Delicate Balance. A small sampling of other directing credits includes Broken Glass, All My Sons and Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller; Awake & Sing! (in 1994-95 and again in 2015-16 at the Odyssey, as well as at the Berkshire Theatre Festival and Pittsburgh Public Theatre) and Rocket to the Moon by Clifford Odets; Tennessee Williams' Orpheus Descending (LADCC Award for direction), A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, Orphans by Lyle Kessler (OC Weekly Award for best production), and Romeo & Juliet: Circus Verona (Deaf West Theatre). Elina is the recipient of the Milton Katselas Award for career achievement in direction from the Los Angeles Drama Critic's Circle.

The creative team for A Misunderstanding includes set designer Todd Faux, lighting designer Leigh Allen, sound designer Ross Chait, costume designer Michael Mullen, graphic designer Kiff Scholl and casting director Michael Donovan. The production manager is Matthew Herrmann, and the stage manager is Tempest Rockbell. A Misunderstanding is presented by Rubidor Productions.

Performances of A Misunderstanding take place on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. from Jan. 4 through Feb. 3. There will be two preview performances, on Wednesday, Jan. 2 and Thursday, Jan. 3, both at 8 p.m. Tickets to all performances except opening night (Jan. 4) and previews are $30 general admission and $15 for students and seniors. All tickets on Jan. 4 are $45 and include a post-performance reception with the actors; tickets to previews are $15. The Complex is located at 6476 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038. To purchase tickets, call (323) 960-4418 or go to www.plays411.com/misunderstanding.


          Bhután 100 Ngultrum emlék bankjegy (UNC) 2016/18 - Jelenlegi ára: 5 200 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      

Bhután 100 Ngultrum bankfriss papírpénz.
2016/18-as emlékkiadás, csodálatos motívumokkal.
Az áru a képeknek megfelelő minőségű!
 A NYERTES AZ AUKCIÓ LEZÁRTÁT KÖVETÖ 72 ÓRÁN BELÜL LÉPJEN VELEM EMAILBEN KAPCSOLATBA, AZ ADÁSVÉTEL GYORS LEBONYOLÍTÁSA ÉRDEKÉBEN. FIZETÉS 10 NAPON BELÜL!
Ha bizonytalan, kérdése van az áruval kapcsolatban, előbb tegye fel kérdéseit a Kérdezzen az eladótól menüpont alatt, és csak azt követően licitáljon! Az áru megnyerése esetén ha nem veszi át, negatív értékelést adok, és az árut újralistázom!
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Bhután 100 Ngultrum emlék bankjegy (UNC) 2016/18
Jelenlegi ára: 5 200 Ft
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          Bhután 1 Ngultrum bankjegy (UNC) 1986 - Jelenlegi ára: 199 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      

Bhután 1 Ngultrum bankfriss papírpénz.
1986-os kiadás - már nincs forgalomban.
Az áru a képeknek megfelelő minőségű!
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Csak akkor licitáljon, ha elfogadja a feltételeket! Kellemes böngészést!

Bhután 1 Ngultrum bankjegy (UNC) 1986
Jelenlegi ára: 199 Ft
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          Bhután 10 Ngultrum bankjegy (UNC) 2013 - Jelenlegi ára: 150 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      

Bhután 10 Ngultrum bankfriss papírpénz.
2013-as kiadás, csodálatos motívumokkal.
Az áru a képeknek megfelelő minőségű!
 A NYERTES AZ AUKCIÓ LEZÁRTÁT KÖVETÖ 72 ÓRÁN BELÜL LÉPJEN VELEM EMAILBEN KAPCSOLATBA, AZ ADÁSVÉTEL GYORS LEBONYOLÍTÁSA ÉRDEKÉBEN. FIZETÉS 10 NAPON BELÜL!
Ha bizonytalan, kérdése van az áruval kapcsolatban, előbb tegye fel kérdéseit a Kérdezzen az eladótól menüpont alatt, és csak azt követően licitáljon! Az áru megnyerése esetén ha nem veszi át, negatív értékelést adok, és az árut újralistázom!
Fizetés után (banki átutalással vagy rózsaszín postai csekken való befizetéssel) postázom az elnyert tételt ajánlott levélben.
Csak akkor licitáljon, ha elfogadja a feltételeket! Kellemes böngészést!

Bhután 10 Ngultrum bankjegy (UNC) 2013
Jelenlegi ára: 150 Ft
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          Bhután 20 Ngultrum bankjegy (UNC) 1992 - Jelenlegi ára: 645 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      

Bhután 20 Ngultrum bankfriss papírpénz.
1992-es kiadás, csodálatos motívumokkal.
Az áru a képeknek megfelelő minőségű!
 A NYERTES AZ AUKCIÓ LEZÁRTÁT KÖVETÖ 72 ÓRÁN BELÜL LÉPJEN VELEM EMAILBEN KAPCSOLATBA, AZ ADÁSVÉTEL GYORS LEBONYOLÍTÁSA ÉRDEKÉBEN. FIZETÉS 10 NAPON BELÜL!
Ha bizonytalan, kérdése van az áruval kapcsolatban, előbb tegye fel kérdéseit a Kérdezzen az eladótól menüpont alatt, és csak azt követően licitáljon! Az áru megnyerése esetén ha nem veszi át, negatív értékelést adok, és az árut újralistázom!
Fizetés után (banki átutalással vagy rózsaszín postai csekken való befizetéssel) postázom az elnyert tételt ajánlott levélben.
Csak akkor licitáljon, ha elfogadja a feltételeket! Kellemes böngészést!

Bhután 20 Ngultrum bankjegy (UNC) 1992
Jelenlegi ára: 645 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-12-05 15:59
          India likely to commission major hydropower project in Bhutan this month: Vijay Gokhale      Cache   Translate Page      
Over the years, the Indo-Bhutan mutually beneficial cooperation has been anchored in the remarkable cooperation in the energy sector.
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          „Atlas szczęścia” – najsympatyczniejsza książka tej jesieni idealnym pomysłem na świąteczny prezent.      Cache   Translate Page      
Na księgarskich półkach można odnaleźć fascynującą pozycję – „Atlas szczęścia” Helen Russel, która zawędrowała do Australii, Walii, Bhutanu, Irlandii, Finlandii, Turcji, Syrii, Japonii i wielu innych krajów, by odkryć sekrety szczęścia z różnych zakątków świata. „Atlas szczęścia” to mnóstwo ciekawych (i często przezabawnych!) opowieści o tym, jak ludzie ze wszystkich stron świata dodają sobie nadziei i pielęgnują optymizm. Jak pisze autorka: „Ludzie codziennie znajdują szczęście – zarówno w krajach, które przodują w światowych rankingach szczęścia, jak i w tych, które plasują się znacznie niżej. Dowiadując się więcej na ich temat, sami możemy stać się szczęśliwsi i pomagać w tym innym”. „Atlas szczęścia” jest pełnym radości zaproszeniem: inspiruj się i czerp z życia pełnymi garściami. „Atlas szczęścia” to wypełniony po brzegi przewodnik […]
          Chencho Gyeltshen's spectacular strike could mark the start of something special at Bengaluru      Cache   Translate Page      
Chencho scores with an acrobatic effort for Bengaluru against NorthEast. Two minutes into injury time against NorthEast United in Guwahati on Wednesday, Bhutan's Chencho Gyeltshen soared in the air, turned his body upside down and met Sunil Chhetri's header near the NorthEast penalty spot with a precise back-volley to salvage a point that maintained Bengaluru's unbeaten start to the Indian Super League (ISL) season. Yet, this wasn't the only reason this goal was special. It points to a bigger role Chencho can play for Bengaluru for the rest of the season. In fact, the...
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[West Bengal], Dec 5 (ANI): India and Bhutan are commemorating the golden jubilee celebrations of formal diplomatic relations through the organisation of a sports fest from December 5 to December 7
          TVS Apache owners embark on ride to Bhutan      Cache   Translate Page      
The TVS Apache Owners Group (AOG) has flagged-off its first international ride to Bhutan. The 10-day-long round trip started from Siliguri, West Bengal, on December 3, 2018, and will see 17 TVS Apache ... - Source: www.autocarindia.com


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