Thursday, July 30, 2015

Neither ill will nor malice

Omair - a friend and an author based in Delhi wrote an interesting article today, on India-Bhutan relations and what ails it:

Omair has visited Bhutan a number of times and traveled extensively within the country. He understands, more than some Bhutanese, the principles on which India-Bhutan relations is founded.

In his mail to me informing me of his article in The Hindu, he reassures me that the ongoing disaster with our hydro-power projects “….. has more to do with dysfunction within India's foreign policy apparatus rather than any ill will - mistakes rather than malice - …..”

I would like to think so too and I am tempted to believe him. However, as they say in the comic books - the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Thus, if malice were not intended, the Big Brother will prove it in the manner in which they go about correcting the mistakes.

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