အဆက္

 

ဘူတန္  ႏိုင္ငံအေၾကာင္း တေစ့တေစာင္း ေလ့လာ ရေအာင္

 

ဘူတန္ႏိုင္ငံရွိအိန္ဒိယသံရုံးရဲ့ဝက္ဆိုဒ္ က အစီရင္ခံစာ ျဖစ္ပါတယ္၊

 

၂၀၀၉-၂၀၁၀ အၾကားကျဖစ္ဘို႕ခန္႕မွန္း ရပါတယ္၊

 

သူမ်ားႏိုင္ငံေတြ ဘယ္လိုလုပ္ၾကသလဲ?

ဘာေတြလုပ္ျပီးလို႕ ?

ဘာေတြဆက္လုပ္ေနတာလဲ?

စပ္စုရေအာင္၊

 

ေရကာတာ ၄ ခု နဲ႕ အင္းဂေတ စက္ရုံ ၂ လုံး

(လုပ္ျပီး နဲ႕လုပ္ဆဲ ) အေၾကာင္းအရာ အေသးစိတ္ ေတြ ပါ ၾကတာ၊

 

မတ္လ၂၀၀၉  က နယူးေဒလီ အစည္းအေဝး အရ၊ ၂၀၂၀ ႏွစ္မွာ ဆိုရင္

၁၀၀၀၀ MW မီဂါ ဝက္ဒ္ ဓာတ္အား ကို ထုတ္လုပ္ ႏိုင္ဘို႕

ေရကာတာ စီမံကိန္း (၁၀) ခု ကိုသေဘာတူစာခ်ဳပ္ၾကတာ၊

 

 

Indian Embassy

 http://www.indianembassythimphu.bt/mega.html

 


Mega Projects

 

GoI assistance under various Five Year Plans does not include India’s funding of mega projects like hydroelectric power projects, Penden and Dungsam cement projects, Hashimara-Phuentsholing Railway Line (the “Golden Jubilee Rail Line”), ‘Total Solutions Project’ (for capacity building in ICT sector and establishment of Bhutan Institute of Medical Sciences). GOI has agreed to provide assistance to Bhutan in developing the hydropower sector and to purchase at least 10,000 MW of power from Bhutan by 2020. During his address to the Joint Session of the Parliament of Bhutan in May 2008, Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh informed that the total bilateral economic engagement with Bhutan (including mega projects) over the next five years to be of the order of Rs./ Nu. 100 billion.

For developing 10,000 MW of power from Bhutan by 2020, ten hydropower projects have been agreed during the first Empowered Joint Group (EJG) Meeting held in Delhi in March 2009. Of these 10 projects, the agreement on the implementation of the Punatsangchhu-I Hydro Electric Project was signed between the two governments on 28th July 2007, while the DPRs (Detailed Project Reports) for Punatsangchhu -II and Mangedechu Hydroelectric projects have been completed and implementation agreements for these two projects is expected to be signed shortly. The agreement for preparation/ updation of DPRs the Amochhu Reservoir Hydroelectric Project (HEP), the Kuri Gongri HEP, the Chamkharchhu-I HEP and the Kholongchhu HEP have been signed. For other 3 projects (Sunkosh Reservoir, Wangchu Reservoir and Bunakha Reservoir), these are yet to be signed.

Some of completed/ ongoing GOI-assisted Mega Projects are:

 


Chukha Hydroelectric Project (CHEP)  

 

CHEP, a 336 MW project, located on Wangchu river in Chukha district was built by India on a turnkey basis at a remarkably low cost of Rs. 2460 million. The project has been earning precious revenue for Bhutan through export of electricity to India and has a significant share in the internal revenue generation of the RGoB. In 2008, it exported electricity worth Rs. 372.45 crores to India. The Chukha Hydropower Corporation now runs the project.

Kurichhu Hydro-Electric Project 

Kurichhu Hydro-Electric Project is a run-of-the-river 60 MW project located on Kurichhu river in Mongar district funded by GOI at a revised cost of Rs. 560 crore (60% grant and 40% loan at low interest rate). The project was established with the objective of providing sufficient and reliable power to eight eastern Dzongkhags to bring about fast socio-economic development in the region. The project was formally inaugurated jointly by the Tongsa Penlop His Royal Highness Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Ambassador Sudhir Vyas in April 2006.
WAPCOS of India prepared the Detailed Project Report for the Kurichhu Hydroelectric Project and M/s National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (India) Limited (NHPC) prepared the Pre-Construction Report.

A Kurichhu Project Authority (KPA) was constituted for overseeing and monitoring the construction. KPA signed a turnkey agreement with the NHPC in 1995 for execution of the project, with WAPCOS as the Review Consultants. Hindustan Construction Company (HCC), Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. (BHEL), Larsen & Toubro (L&T), and Gammon (India) Ltd were involved in executing civil and electrical works. All four units have been commissioned. Surplus power is exported to India. Kurichhu earned Rs. 34.90 crore as revenue from export of electricity to India in 2008.

Tala Hydro-electric Project 

A run-of-the-river 1020 MW project on the Wangchu river, downstream of Chukha Hydroelectric project, funded by GOI with 60% as grant and 40% at low interest rate at the revised cost of Rs 4126 crores. It comprises a 92m high concrete dam, a 22.2 km long water conductor system (Head Race Tunnel), and underground power house with 6 generating units of 170 MW each, and three 440 KV single-circuit transmission lines to the India-Bhutan border.

Water and Power Consultancy Services (WAPCOS) of India designed the project, in association with Central Electricity Authority, Central Water Commission, Geological Survey of India and other GOI agencies. WAPCOS are also the consultant to the project. A bilateral agreement for the execution of the project was signed in 1996. Subsequently, an 8-member Tala Hydro-electric Project Authority (THPA) chaired by Bhutan’s Minister for Trade and Industry, was constituted to oversee the monitoring and execution of the project. The last (28th) meeting of the THPA was held in August 2009.

All six units were commissioned during 2006-07. Surplus power is exported to India. The project generated revenue of Rs. 728.783 crores during July 2008 – June 2009.

Punatsangchhu-I Hydroelectric Project  

A run-of-the-river 1200 MW project on the Punatsangchhu river located between 7 KM and 18.5 KM downstream of Wangdue Phodrang Bridge. Agreement on its implementation signed on 28th July 2007 in Thimphu. The project is being funded by the Government of India with 40% grant and 60% loan at an interest of 10% at the estimated cost of Rs. 3815 crores (December 2006 price level). Construction of the project commenced in Nov 08 and expected completion is by Nov 2015.

Water and Power Consultancy Services (WAPCOS) of India prepared DPR for the project. WAPCOS are also the consultant to the project. Main civil and electro-mechanical works have been awarded to Hindustan Construction Company (HCC), Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. (BHEL), Larsen & Toubro (L&T), and Gammon (India) Ltd. A Punatsangchhu Hydro-electric Project Authority (PHPA) has been constituted to oversee the monitoring and execution of the project.

All six units were commissioned during 2006-07. Surplus power is exported to India. The project generated revenue of Rs. 728.783 crores during July 2008 – June 2009.

Dungsam Cement Plant

Dungsam Cement Plant is a dry- process plant with an annual capacity of 1 million ton per year, located at Nganglam in south-eastern Bhutan for which India provided Rs. 300 crore and agreed to build required road and rail infrastructure. The various activities of the project are in full swing and the cement production would commence from September 2011.

Penden

Located in Samtse district on Indo-Bhutan border, the Plant with an initial capacity of 300 ton per day was funded and built with Indian assistance at a cost of Rs 142 million. It started trial production in 1980 and went commercial in 1982, having an initial capacity of 300 ton per day. Besides meeting the entire domestic requirement of Bhutan, surplus is sold to neighbouring Indian States.  Working at its optimum capacity, the cement factory has contributed handsomely to the government exchequer (Nu 807.0 million in 2005).

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“တာလာ” Tala ေရကာတာ လွ်ပ္စစ္ဓာတ္အား ထုတ္စီမံကိန္း
ကုလား ႐ူပီ က ဘူတန္ ပိုက္စံ BTN နဲ႕တန္းတူ ထားတာ သန္း ေလး ရာ ႐ူပီ ကုန္ၾကတာ၊
၂၀၀၃ မတ္ ၃ ရက္ေန႕ ကစျပီး ၂၀၀၇ ဇန္နဝါရီ ၃၀ ရက္ ေန႕က ျပီးတာ

TALA HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT 


http://www.tristarglobal.in/project-detail.aspx?Ppage=&ID=42

Start Date     :    Saturday, March 29, 2003

Completion Date    :    Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Client Name     :    Tala Hydroelectric Project Authority Gedu, Bhutan

Approximate Contract Value    :    400000000

The Tala Hydroelectric Project is being implemented as a part of a bilateral trade agreement between Govt. of India & Royal Government of Bhutan.The entire project implementation/construction is being 

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Druk Green at Work

Druk Green: Druk Green at Work

http://www.drukgreen.bt/Article.aspx?a=628&c=223

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၂၀၀၂ မွာ တဆင့္ကိုျပီးလို႕ စတင္သုံးတာ၊

၂၀၀၅ မွာ က်န္တဆင့္ ကိုျပီးစီးတာ၊

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BASOCHHU HYDROPOWER PLANT (BHP)

 The Basochhu and Rurichhu rivers were identified in the mid 1970’s by hydropower engineers as a potential source of energy production in the medium size range. However, the preliminary design of the Basochhu project using the Basochhu and the Rurichhu, both tributaries of the Punatsangchhu, was carried out only by 1994. The construction of the project was financed by the Government of Austria and the Royal Government of Bhutan. The project was built in two stages. The upper stage commissioned in 2002 has an installed capacity of 24 MW with a mean annual energy generation of 105 million units. The lower stage with an installed capacity of 40 MW commissioned in 2005 has a mean annual energy generation of 185 million units. It was only on formation of Druk Green, the Basochhu Hydro Power Corporation Limited (BHPC) was emerged and renamed Basochhu Hydropower Plant (BHP).

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Energy

HCC Infrastructure | Our Business – Energy

http://www.hccinfrastructure.com/ourbusiness/energy.aspx

With strong GDP growth, India is witnessing a constantly growing need for power. As a direct result, the gap between demand and supply is increasing. For 2010-11, the Central Electricity Authority has estimated an energy deficit of 10% and peak deficit of 12.1%. In order to bridge this gap, the Government of India has enacted a policy framework which provides significant opportunities for private companies to participate in the value chain of the power business. Keeping this in mind, HCC Infrastructure has formulated a strategy to enter into power generation – mainly the Hydro and Thermal sectors.

HCC, the parent company of HCC Infrastructure, has built 25% of India’s Hydro capacity. Leveraging this strength, HCC Infrastructure is seeking suitable BOT opportunities in primary and secondary markets of Hydro Power. While doing so, HCC Infrastructure will be engaging with best in class advisors, consultants and partners.

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၁၀၂၀ MW ထုတ္ ေရကာတာ ျဖစ္လို႕ အိန္ဒိယ နဲ႕ဘူတန္ တို႕

ပူးေပါင္းလုပ္ကိုင္တဲ့စီမံကိန္းေတြထဲမွာအၾကီးဆုံး

ေလာေလာဆယ္ ႏွစ္စဥ္ ၄၈၆၅ သန္း Kwh ထုတ္လုပ္ေနတာ၊

၂၀၀၅မွာျပီးဘို႕ ခ်ိန္တာ၊ ၂၀၀၇ က်မွ ေနာက္က်စြာနဲ႕ျပီးတာ၊

၂၀၀၈ က်ေတာ့ ႏွစ္ႏိုင္ငံကဝန္ၾကီးခ်ဳပ္ေတြေရွ႕ေမွာက္ မွာ

အခမ္းအနားနဲ႕ဖြင့္လွစ္တာ၊

၉၂ မီတာျမင့္ျပီး ၂၂ကီလိုမီတာရွည္တဲ့ ေတာင္ထဲက လိႈင္ဂူ ေရသြယ္လမ္းေၾကာင္းရွိတာ၊

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Tala Hydroelectric Project, Bhutan

Tala Hydroelectric Project – Power Technology

http://www.power-technology.com/projects/tala/

The 1,020MW Tala hydroelectric project is the biggest joint project between India and Bhutan so far, generating 4865 million kWh/yr. Tala is located in Chukha Dzongkhag in western Bhutan, a small kingdom in the Himalayas. The run-of-the-river project is being managed by Tala Hydroelectric Project Authority (THPA). It is located on the Wangchu River and, at 860m, is the region’s largest high-head project.

Commissioning of the plant was planned for June 2005, but because of geological problems this was delayed until March 2007. Cost estimates were revised, too. The project was originally estimated at BTN 14 bn (the Bhutanese Ngultrum is equal to an Indian Rupee), equivalent to US$0.3bn, but this was increased in stages to around BTN 40bn. The plant was dedicated in May 2008, in front of the Prime Ministers of Bhutan and India.

The dam is 92m high and feeds a 22km-long headrace tunnel. An underground power house in Tala village has six 170MW generators. Three 440kV transmission lines stretch to the Indian border, since the power is being entirely supplied to India. Bhutan aims to export 10,000MW of power by the year 2020….

Hydroelectric project construction contracts.

The plant was supplied by Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited of India, with other Indian contractors including M/s Hindustan Construction Company, M/s Larsen and Toubro and M/S Jaiprakash Industries.

Five main contracts were awarded for construction. These covered the dam itself and first 6.4km section of the headrace tunnel (C1), a 5.13km horseshoe-shaped headrace tunnel and a 260m D-shaped adit tunnel (C2), the next 4.4km headrace tunnel section and a 960m adit tunnel (C3), the last 7.2km section of the headrace tunnel and two adits (C4), and an underground surge shaft, two pressure shafts, a tailrace tunnel and underground caverns (C5). Hindustan Construction Company Ltd were awarded C1 and C4, Larsen & Toubro was awarded C3, and Jaiprakash Industries was awarded C2 and C5.

Atlas Copco supplied the drilling and transport equipment, including five Rocket Boomer 352 two-boom face drilling rigs, five Boltec 435H rigs with pressurised cement injection, and 16 MT-420 20t dump trucks. Drilling of the upstream and downstream tunnels both hit soft spots (moist crumbly rock which is difficult to stabilise) in 2003. Around 80% of the strata were adjudged ‘poor’ or ‘very poor’, which caused considerable tunneling delays. Blockages in inclined and vertical pressure shafts delayed completion even further. Geologists described the conditions as the worst for tunneling that had been met anywhere in the world.

Strong economic growth is reducing poverty

Bhutan has made strong economic growth and social progress over the last 20 years. Landlocked, it is surrounded by India and China and has a population of around 750,000.

Bhutan’s Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) was developed after extensive consultation with communities and stakeholders. The kingdom is decentralising its government and improving access to roads, electricity, telecommunications, schools and hospitals. The aim is to continue economic growth while reducing poverty, particularly in the many isolated communities in the country.

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“တာလာ”  Tala ေရကာတာ မျပီးခင္ ကထဲက ဘူတန္ႏိုင္ငံရဲ့ဝင္ေငြအနက္ ၄၅% ဝင္ေငြဟာ

 ေရအားလွ်ပ္စစ္ေရာင္းခ်တာကေန ရ တာ

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The power sector in Bhutan is essential to this effort and, even before Tala was completed, contributed about 45% of the country’s gross revenue. Tala was one of two hydroelectric projects in the Chukha region (the other was Chukha II which is immediately upstream of Tala and generates 500MW). Tala is key to Bhutan’s economy, promising to almost double the country’s per capita annual income. The Tala project was funded by the Indian Government using grants (60%) and a loan (40% at 9%).

Electricity exported to India

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(အိန္ဒိယ ကေခ်းေငြေတြအျပင္) ၊၂၀၀၃ မွာ ADB အာရွဖြံ႕ျဖိဳးေရးဘဏ္က  ပါဝါဓာတ္အားလိုင္း  ၾကိဳး  သြယ္ဘို႕ ယူအက္စ္ $ ၆၂ သန္း ခြင့္ျပဳဘို႕အတည္ျပဳ  ခဲ့ တာ၊

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In 2003, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved a$62m loan for what was India’s first public-private partnership for power transmission. The Power Grid Corporation of India (PCI) and Tata Power formed a joint venture to transmit the power from the project to northern India. The first phase commits to 1,000MW, which will rise to 3,000MW.

Tala-Delhi Transmission is constructing more than 1,000km of 400kV power lines and 20km of 220kV lines. The power lines are being built under Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (BOOT) contracts. Tala-Delhi Transmission will operate the system for 30 years and then transfer ownership to the government-owned PCI.

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ဘူတန္ျပည္သူ ေတြကေရနံထက္ ေရ ကို ပိုျပီးတန္ဘိုးထားၾကတာ

ႏွစ္ႏိုင္ငံ စ လုံး ကို အက်ိဳး မ်ားစြာ ျဖစ္ထြန္း တာပါ

ဓာတ္အားမရခင္က ထင္းနဲ႕ခ်က္ျပဳတ္တာ မီးခိုးေတြ႐ႉရျပီး မက်န္းမမာ ေရာဂါေတြျဖစ္၊ခုဆိုရင္ အေမေတာင္က်န္းမာလို႕ အသက္ ၈၄ ႏွစ္ရွိတာ လို႕ေျပာ

ခုမွဘဲ မီးခလုတ္ နဲ႕မီးသြယ္လာၾကတာ၊ ယခင္ကဆိုရင္ ျပည္သူေတြ ၅၀ % က လွ်ပ္စစ္ဓာတ္အား မ ရၾကပါ၊

Bhutan hopes to cash in on hydro-electric power – 30 Mar 08 – YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsq65VhiYhE&feature=related

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ဓာတ္အားထုတ္လုပ္ျပီး အိန္ဒိယကိုေရာင္းတာနဲ႕

Tala တာလာ ေရကာတာ က ႏွစ္စဥ္ယူအက္စ္ $ ၁၇၅ သန္း ဝင္ေငြ ကို ရေအာင္ဖန္တီး ေပးႏိုင္တာ၊


ေရအားလွ်ပ္စစ္ထုတ္ ေရကာတာၾကီး ေနာက္ထပ္ ေျခာက္လုံးလုပ္ဘို႕အစီအစဥ္ရွိတာ၊

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Bhutan, the world’s newest democracy, is hoping to boost its economic prospects by harnessing its major natural re

source – water.

The Tala hydro-electric dam in southern Bhutan is already making $175 million a year by exporting electricity to India.

As Tony Birtley reports, another six big hydro-electric projects are in the pipeline.


Tala Hydroelectricity Project – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tala_Hydroelectricity_Project

Tala Hydroelectricity project is the biggest hydroelectric joint project between India and Bhutan so far, generating 4865 GWh/yr. Tala is located in Chukha Dzongkhag in western Bhutan, a smallconstitutional monarchy in the Himalayas.[1] It is located on the Wongchu River and, and is at a height of 860 metres (2,820 ft).

The dam is 92 m high and feeds a 22 km-long headrace tunnel. An underground power house in Tala village has six 170 MW generators. Three 440 kV transmission lines stretch to the Indian border, since the power is being entirely supplied to India. Bhutan aims to export 10,000 MW of power by the year 2020. Dam building started in 1998 and the project was commissioned in 2007. it was built by jp grp[

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Sunday, July 30, 2006  ယေန႕စတင္ သုံးျပီ

Tala Hydroelectric Project Commissioned 

Tala commissioned today

BHUTAN NEWS: Tala Hydroelectric Project Commissioned

http://bhutannews.blogspot.com/2006/07/tala-hydroelectric-project.html

Posted on Saturday, July 29, 2006, @ 03:42:35 EDT 29 July 2006-

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အိန္ဒိယကို ဓာတ္အားေရာင္းရင္း၊

ႏွစ္စဥ္ ဘူတန္ပိုက္စံ Btn သန္း ေလးေဟာင္ ( ၄,၀၀၀,၀၀၀,၀၀၀) ရမွာျဖစ္တာ

ဓာတ္အား မွန္သမွ် အိန္ဒိယကိုေရာင္းတာ

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The Tala Hydroelectric Project, a new backbone for Bhutan’s economic development, will earn more than Nu.4.00 billion a year from the export of power to India. 

His Royal Highness the Crown Prince with Mr. Sushil Kumar Shinde, Lyonpo Yeshey Zimba and officials of the two countries. After a series of negotiations over three years Bhutan and India agreed on the tariff for the export of power to India at Rs. 1.80 per unit. 

The rate will be increased every five years by 10 percent until the loan of about Rs.17 billion for the project is repaid and then by five percent every five years. In the presence of His Royal Highness the Crown Prince Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck the “protocol” on the tariff was signed on July 28 in New Delhi by the Bhutanese minister for Trade and Industry, Lyonpo Yeshey Zimba, and India’s minister for Power, Mr. Sushil Kumar Shinde.

A “power purchase agreement,” valid for 35 years, will be signed in August by the two nodal agencies, the Department of Energy of Bhutan’s Ministry of Trade and Industry, and the PTC India Ltd….

With the transmission system transferring the Tala power to the Indian grid through four circuits, Tala is expected to have a substantial impact on industries in India and will light up houses as far as New Delhi.
The minister for Power, Mr. Shinde, said that Tala was a very important and “prestigious” project. “I am very happy with the Tala project because we will now be getting about 1,000MW of very reliable power,” he said. “It is at a very critical time that we got it.”

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စာေရးသူ တဦးက ေအာက္ပါအတိုင္း ေရးသားခဲ့တာ ကိုသြားသတိရတာ၊

” ကုလားၾကီးနဲ႕ေပါင္းတဲ႕ သူ႕ကုိမွီခုိေနရတဲ႕ ဘဂၤလားေဒ႕ရွ္၊ နီေပါလ္လုိ ႏုိင္ငံမ်ားလည္း ေထြထူးျပီး တုိးတက္တာ မေတြ႕ရဘူး။ ဒါလည္း ရွင္းပါတယ္ သူေဌးနဲ႕ေပါင္းမွ လဘက္ရည္ အလကားေသာက္ခြင့္ရပါမယ္။

ကုိယ္လုိသူလုိေတြပဲ ေပါင္းရင္ ကိုယ့္အိတ္ကိုယ္စုိက္၊ ပိုဆုိတာ တရုတ္ကုလားလုိ႕ ကုိယ့္ထက္အင္အားၾကီးျပီး ငါ့ဖုိ႕သမားဆုိရင္ေတာ႕ မစားရတဲ႕အျပင္ ကုိယ့္သမီး၊ ႏွမ၊ တူမပါ လက္သရမ္းခံ ရတယ္။”

 ဘဂၤလားေဒ႕ရွ္၊ ကုန္သြယ္ေရး အေၾကာင္း ေလ့လာတုန္းကလဲ မမွန္ကန္ ေၾကာင္းေတြ႕ရတာ၊

ဘဂၤလားေဒ႕ရွ္ ရဲ့ကုန္သြယ္မႈအေၾကာင္း ဆရာ”ဝိကီ”(Wikipedia) ရဲ့အျမင္ | The Mandalay Gazette-Myanmar/Burma News Media Forum Network


http://myanmargazette.net/81967/business-economy

 

ခုလဲမမွန္ကန္ ေၾကာင္းထပ္ေတြ႕ရျပန္တာ၊

ဘူတန္က အိန္ဒိယကို အားကိုးတာ “လဘက္ရည္ အလကားေသာက္ခြင့္ရတာ” ထင္ရွား တာ၊

 (ဘယ္ကမလဲ? အာလူးပူရီ ခ်ပါတီ၊ ဆမူစာ ဒါန္ေပါက္ ပူတင္း အျပင္ ဖာလူဒါ ပါ စုံလို႕ပါဘဲ) 

“ကုိယ့္သမီး၊ ႏွမ၊ တူမပါ လက္သရမ္းခံ ရ” တာ လဲ မရွိ ပါ၊

 

တဦးခ်င္းဝင္ေငြ အားျဖင့္ ျမန္မာထက္ ႏွစ္ျပန္ မ က ငါး ျပန္ နီးပါး

ေတာင္ျဖစ္ေနတာကိုသာၾကည့္ပါေတာ့လား ေမာင္ရင္အေပါင္းတို႕၊

၄င္းက ဟိုလူဒီလူ “ကြၽတ္ကြၽတ္ဝါး” မယ္လို႕ ၾကိမ္းဝါး ထားတာ၊ 

၄င္း ရဲ့ ေဆာင္ပုဒ္ အရ စိတ္ထား မ မွန္ အက်င့္ဆိုးတာ

သီလသိက္ခါ မ ရွိတာကိုျပေနတာ၊

 

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