Opinion: Bruised Sentiments

As years rolled and internet of things started disrupting the traditional markets and online marketing became a norm, crushing many brick and mortars companies to their knees, Amazon emerged bigger than ever, buying every new upstarts and investing heavily on acquisition and research & development.
Amazon became the site to go and just as profits were easily to be made, second and third parties vendors were allowed to market in their platform ultimately compromising ethics, risking principles and morality of things and  jeopardizing the company’s credibility.

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Buried Fortune Buried Dreams

This was one monsoon season, some twenty summers ago, where the hills of Darjeeling were soaked by non stop rain and surprised by sudden break of sunlight, refracting picturesque rainbows and people welcoming the sun-shower with folkloric songs of the foxes marriages. The fresh crystal rain drops from the washed green needles of the pine trees dip and where flash floods across the other side of hill, erupts into sudden waterfalls, a sight everyone, every time of this year yearns to see from my side of the village called Bhutia Busti.

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Dreaming World Cup for Tibet

Our boys from Team Tibet will soon be in London to play the Conifa tournament, a mini World Cup of a sort and I want to take this opportunity to wish them all the luck and I want them to roar like the snow lion, bark like the Tibetan mastiff, play defense like the Yak and run like the Tibetan antelope. I also want to for the fun of the game predict that this World Cup 2018 will be won by France. But since first kiss is the deepest, my support for Argentina and Messi will always remain.

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Neutralizing the Messengers of India

India continues to be a dangerous place for working journalists as the largest democracy in the globe has lost three journalists in mysterious accidents within the first three months of the year. Even the UN secretary general Antonio Guterres came out with a strong condemnation against the journo-killings and let the world know about India’s degraded index on safety & security of professional scribes.

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Opinion: I’M EVERYWHERE

Today, I will be exploring about the possibility of our mind or consciousness to reincarnate into more than two persons in our next life or that we exist in multiple numbers at the moment that many of the Buddhists believe in and its relationship to the quantum world. Countries such as Tibet and Bhutan has some of the most interesting stories to share about passing away of some High Lamas and then their coming back to this world as two or three reincarnates beings.

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Opinion: Bitcoin Still Straining For Legitimacy

The status of bitcoin in Tibet has been interesting for the last few years. As cryptocurrency became a bigger phenomenon around the world, there was talk of it becoming particularly popular in Tibet and parts of China. The Washington Post, for that matter, even discussed Tibet as a hub for bitcoin mining, which is basically a complex computing process used to release original bitcoins to the blockchain network.

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Reflections on a Bitter Reality

In the past few days, I tried to think and analyze on an unusual and candid comment made by a Tibetan woman who is a soprano in Chinese army and a current member of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC).  Gowa Gyamo Kyi has long career in Chinese army as singer who normally performs at big national galas.

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Has Modi Surrendered to Xi Jingping on Dalai Lama?

India’s stand on the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama seemed to have become pro-active ever since Narendra Modi took the Prime Minister’s office since 2014. However, according to the reports of a circular among the Indian government functionaries to skip Dalai Lama events in order to not upset China raises this question whether Modi has surrendered to Xi Jingping on His Holiness?

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