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India Vs Bhutan: Protecting Nature

Both India and its tiny neighbour Bhutan are rich in biodiversity. But how do they compare in protecting nature?

21/05/2018 5:30 AM
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  • Neville C.
    14/07/2018 23:09

    India a nation inhabited by corrupt talking garbage. Bhutan a nation inhabited by caring people.

  • Chandan T.
    11/07/2018 18:33

    Considering the size of India and the population..we are still doing gud.. Bhutan might be doing even better,,yet they want to be part of us,, I think comparison ends here

  • Shankar S.
    11/07/2018 16:44

    We must learn good things from others. But, before that we must be aware of our prevailing system of administration

  • Sanat S.
    10/07/2018 05:36

    India is working towards its Paris Accord commitment. Recently India opened the biggest solar power grid in the whole world beating America's. To reduce India's depency on coal completely by 2030,India is working ro achieve that goal. Acknowledge whatever good is happening instead of just denigrating everything.

  • Nitesh L.
    10/07/2018 03:53

    Bye the way...India has the same rule to cut tree from your own backyard your need permission ....BRUT why making false compare...

  • Pramod A.
    09/07/2018 07:17

    bakwas

  • Kanchan S.
    08/07/2018 10:02

    Up cm ordered for 9crore plantation in state. V should just help gvt by adopting the trees planted near our houses . Me and my family do it. We irrigate them till they grown up.

  • VS M.
    08/07/2018 09:55

    its unfair to compare David and Goliath.Butan is a drop in an ocean. we all appreceate the way Butan is administered and selute the people to follow their good laws.

  • Harsimran S.
    08/07/2018 07:29

    Tera man pasand des...

  • Abhishek T.
    07/07/2018 23:48

    Twin Peaks

  • Atul B.
    07/07/2018 10:10

    Even in India you need permission from forest dept to cut tree in your backyard

  • Abhishek M.
    07/07/2018 05:56

    Bhutan is the only 'carbon negative' country in the world

  • Achuk T.
    06/07/2018 20:48

    I love my Bhutan....

  • Munira S.
    06/07/2018 15:03

    a reason to visit bhutan. Greener healthier and beautiful.

  • Shubham S.
    06/07/2018 14:18

    Even making a law about this in India won't matter much because there will always be a way for those middlemen and cheats to dodge the system through money or muscle power .. the country needs to have at least a 30% forest cover! And 21.54% is abysmal considering our infrastructure which is extremely poor

  • Amar S.
    06/07/2018 14:06

    Even in India, you cannot cut your own trees without permission. You will land up in jail, if someone files a complaint against you. Brut India should do some googling before put stuff in its videos. https://www.commonfloor.com/guide/do-you-need-permission-to-cut-down-trees-in-your-premises-40909.html

  • Himanshu S.
    06/07/2018 14:03

    For ur kind i want to inform u that in sikkim the same law exist

  • Kundan V.
    06/07/2018 13:31

    I have seen Brut India posting against india. Do u have any idea how big india is ? Have u noticed who invest in Bhutan ? Who Constructed Roads , Hydropower plant in Bhutan ? @brutIndia it's India I am unfollow you as your agenda is now seems against our Motherland !

  • Shrikant P.
    06/07/2018 12:06

    kuch comments 😊

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