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Dalai Lama congratulates Kovind.

Dharamshala, July 21 Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has congratulated Ram Nath Kovind on his election and said he hopes the President-elect will consolidate India's strengths. In a congratulatory letter, the Dalai Lama said: "This is the 58th year of our life in exile. Thanks to the kindness and generosity of the ...

- Yahoo! News - US

Tibetan nationalism based on altruism unique: Dr. Nagwang Phuntsog.

Looking at the intersection of secular ethics, Middle Way Approach and the Tibetan Nationalism in the schooling process, Dr. Ngawang Phuntsog, an associate professor at California

- Phayul.com - IN

Mentseekhang cautions public against fake medicines sold under its brand.

The Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute , has warned the public including Tibetans inside Tibet of the counterfeit pills sold

- Phayul.com - IN

India Ready for Talks With China on Border Standoff.

India said Thursday it is ready to hold talks with China if both sides pull back their forces to end a standoff along a disputed territory high in the Himalayan mountains.   Tensions flared last month in the southernmost part of Tibet in an area also claimed by Indian ally Bhutan, after Chinese teams began building a road ...

- Voice of America - US

India ready to discuss border stand-off with China.

India, on Thursday, said it is ready to hold talks with China with both sides pulling back their forces to end a standoff along a disputed territory high in the Himalayan mountains. Tensions flared last month in the southernmost part of Tibet in an area also claimed by Indian ally Bhutan, after Chinese teams began building ...

- DAWN - PK

India ready for talks with China to end border stand-off.

India said it was ready to hold talks with China with both sides pulling back their forces to end a stand-off along a disputed territory high in the Himalayan mountains. Tensions flared last month in an area on the Tibetan border that is also claimed by Indian ally Bhutan. Chinese teams began building a road onto a plateau ...

- South China Morning Post - HK

15 killed as bus falls into gorge in Shimla.

Fifteen passengers were killed and nine injured as a bus rolled into a 700-metre deep gorge in Rampur area of Shimla on the Hindustan-Tibet National Highway, about 140 km from here, today.The bus carrying about 40 persons was on its way from Reckong Peo in Kinnaur to Nauni in Solan. According to police, the toll is expected ...

- Deccan Herald - IN

India denies Chinese media claim of PLA build-up.

There has been no major troop mobilization by China towards the Line of Actual Control, nor have recent military exercises conducted by the PLA in Tibet raised "any red flags" in the Indian security establishment till now, say official Indian sources.

- Times Of India - IN

India denies Chinese media claim of major PLA build-up in Tibet .

There has been no major troop mobilization by China towards the Line of Actual Control, nor have recent military exercises conducted by the PLA in Tibet raised "any red flags" in the Indian security establishment till now, say official Indian sources.

- Times Of India - IN

India denies Chinese media claim of 'troop mobilization' in Tibet.

There has been no major troop mobilization by China towards the Line of Actual Control, nor have recent military exercises conducted by the PLA in Tibet raised "any red flags" in the Indian security establishment till now, say official Indian sources.

- Times Of India - IN

Tibetans forced to parade with Chinese flags at summer festival in Gansu.

Chinese authorities in Tsoe city in Kanlho Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture have forced Tibetans to carry Chinese national flags during a parade at the start of a three-day summer festiv

- Phayul.com - IN

No significant rise in troop level by China along border: Govt sources

There is no significant rise in deployment of troops by China along the Sino-India border and its recent military exercise in the Tibet region should not be linked to the current standoff between the armies of the two countries in Dokalam, top government sources said on Wednesday.

- Zee News - IN

China moves ammunition into Tibet region, close to border with India

, July 19 : As Indian and Chinese troops have been locked in a standoff in Doklam, PLA troops in June has moved "tens of thousands of tonnes" of military equipment, including army vehicles, and troops to a region south of the Kunlun Mountains in northern Tibet for military exercise using live ammunition.The hardware was ...

- Sify - IN

China mobilising thousands of tonnes of military equipment near India border

China's People's Liberation Army has amassed military vehicles and equipment in Tibet amid border tensions with India.

- IBTimes.co.uk - UK

China sends military vehicles, supplies to Tibet

Beijing, July 19 China has moved tens of thousands of tonnes of military vehicles and equipment into Tibet amid a continuing stand-off between Chinese and Indian troops in Doklam in the Sikkim sector of the border. The hardware was moved simultaneously by road and rail from across the entire region in late June, a report in ...

- Yahoo! News - US

China moved huge military hardware into Tibet after Sikkim standoff

The Chinese Army moved tens of thousands of tonnes of military vehicles and hardware into the remote mountainous Tibet region after the standoff with Indian troops in the Dokalam area in the Sikkim sector, the mouthpiece of the PLA said today.The vast haul was transported to a region south of the Kunlun Mountains in ...

- Deccan Herald - IN

UNESCO declares Chinese plateau a World Heritage Site

Tibetan activists fear World Heritage Site status for Hoh Xil may lead to displacement of Tibetan population.

- Al Jazeera - QA

'China moved huge military hardware into Tibet'

The vast haul was transported to a region south of the Kunlun Mountains in northern Tibet by the Western Theatre Command - which oversees the restive regions of Xinjiang and Tibet, and handles border issues with India.

- Times Of India - IN

Chinese Army moves huge military hardware to Tibet after Sikkim standoff: Report

The move took place late last month and involved hardware being moved simultaneously by road and rail from across the entire region.

- Rediff.com - IN

China ready to attack, change your stand on Tibet: MSY to Centre

"China is our enemy, not Pakistan. Pakistan can do us no damage," he said.

- Rediff.com - IN

From Doklam to Taiwan, China shows zero tolerance to 'sovereignty' threats

As can be seen in it's uncompromising line on Tibet, Taiwan or SCS, over which it claims suzerainty.

- The Hindu - IN

PLA moved huge military hardware into Tibet after Sikkim standoff: report

China's state-run media has stepped up its rhetoric against India in recent weeks but there was no way to confirm the veracity of such claims

- The Hindu - IN

China ready to attack India, claims Mulayam in LS

Samajwadi Party leader and former defence minister Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday claimed that China was ready to attack India in collaboration with Pakistan and asked the government to reverse its stand on the Tibet issue and support its independence.

- Times Of India - IN

'China moved huge military hardware into Tibet after Sikkim standoff'

The vast haul was transported to a region south of the Kunlun Mountains in northern Tibet by the Western Theatre Command - which oversees the restive regions of Xinjiang and Tibet, and handles border issues with India.

- Times Of India - IN

Crew members of Beijing-Lhasa train to provide better service for passengers

- Shanghai Daily - CN

Sikkim standoff: Chinese army moves huge military hardware into Tibet for 'logistical support'

The Chinese Army moved tens of thousands of tonnes of military vehicles and hardware into the remote mountainous Tibet region after the standoff with Indian troops in the Doka La area in the Sikkim sector, the mouthpiece of the People's Liberation Army said on Wednesday. The post Sikkim standoff: Chinese army moves huge ...

- Firstpost - IN

Mulayam asks govt to reverse its stand on Tibet, and support its Independence

Samajwadi Party leader and former Defence Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav today claimed that China was ready to attack India in collaboration with Pakistan and asked the government to reverse its stand on the Tibet issue and support its independence.Raising the matter in the Lok Sabha against the backdrop of tension between ...

- Deccan Herald - IN

Amid Dokalam stand-off with India, China`s PLA moves military vehicles, equipment into Tibet

In the wake of an Army face-off and chill in ties with India over Dokalam stand-off, China has moved tens of thousands of tonnes of military vehicles and equipment into Tibet, report said on Wednesday.

- Zee News - IN

Rave reviews for performers who once baked bricks to earn a living

THIRTEEN years ago, Penpa Drolkar was too busy baking bricks to harbor dreams of being lead dancer in a Tibetan opera troupe. Today, she is among a group of performers in a spectacular show featuring ethnic singing and dancing at the Tibetan Opera Art Center in Lhasa, capital of southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous ...

- Shanghai Daily - CN

Global Series: Humans in our Habitat

Families at a tree planting day at Te Muri, New Zealand in June 2017. Greenfleet Australia/ CC BY-SAOn the whole, humanity has been devastating for planet Earth. But our fates are linked, and people, on our good days, can also be nature's greatest defenders. The Conversation Global's series Humans in our Habitat' tells the ...

- The Conversation - UK

Was China's military drill in Tibet really just an exercise in logistics?

China has moved tens of thousands of tonnes of military vehicles and equipment into Tibet since it became locked in a border dispute with India, according to state media. The vast haul was transported to a region south of the Kunlun Mountains in northern Tibet by the Western Theatre Command – which oversees the ...

- South China Morning Post - HK

158 Indian soldiers killed in cross border attack, claims Chinese media

, July 17 : In a bizarre claim, the Chinese media said that at least 158 Indian soldiers were killed and several others injured after China fired rockets across Indian border installations on Monday.This development came after China reportedly indulged in live ammunition drill with a fully equipped brigade in the area today ...

- Sify - IN

Tibetan national flag seen at Ngaba's Martyr street

The Tibetan national flag was seen for a brief period at Martyr's street on July 12 despite heavy security in Ngaba town, known for several protests and self immolatio

- Phayul.com - IN

Amid Sikkim standoff, Chinese army conducts live-fire drills in Tibet

The brigade that conducted the drills was from the PLA's Tibet Military Command and is one of China's two plateau mountain brigades.

- Rediff.com - IN

Amid row with India, Chinese Army holds live-fire drill in Tibet

Beijing, July 17 Amid the continuing border stand-off with India, China has conducted a live-fire drill in Tibet in what one observer said was a likely warning to New Delhi. The report did not give precise details of where or when the exercise was held though it came as Chinese and Indian troops remain locked in their worst ...

- Yahoo! News - US

China flexes its military muscle in Tibet, close to border dispute with India

Chinese troops have taken part in a military exercise using live ammunition in Tibet, as the country remains locked in a stand-off with India in a disputed border area close by, state media reported. A fully staffed and equipped brigade engaged in various drills involving the rapid movement of troops, use of digital devices ...

- South China Morning Post - HK

China holds live-fire drill in Tibet near India border amid tensions

Chinese troops simulate attack by enemy aircraft in their latest war drills.

- IBTimes.co.uk - UK

The most powerful woman in Brussels: who is Margrethe Vestager?

The European commissioner for competition is taming the tech giants. Visitors to the office of the European commissioner for competition are often surprised by its decor. Instead of the vast mahogany desk favoured by many top bureaucrats in Brussels, there is a modest black workstation in the corner. On the light-wood floor ...

- New Statesman - UK

Amid the ongoing Dokalam stand-off, China`s PLA conducts live-fire drills in Tibet

Amid the ongoing standoff between Indian and Chinese troops at the Dokalam area, the People's Liberation Army has conducted live-fire exercises in Tibet.

- Zee News - IN

Chinese Army conducts live-fire drills in Tibet

The brigade that conducted the drills was from the PLA's Tibet Military Command and is one of China's two plateau mountain brigades, Global Times reported on Monday.

- The Hindu - IN

Chinese army conducts live-fire drills in Tibet

The PLA Tibet command guards the Line of Actual Control of the India-China border along several sections connecting the mountainous Tibetan region. The live-fire drills included the quick delivery of troops and different military units working together on joint attacks.

- Times Of India - IN

Chinese Army conducts live-fire drills in Tibet

Chinas military has conducted live-fire exercises in Tibet amid the ongoing standoff between Indian and Chinese troops at the Dokalam area in the Sikkim sector.The Peoples Liberation Army conducted live-fire exercises in Southwest Chinas Tibet Autonomous Region, state-run China Central Television reported on Friday, without ...

- Deccan Herald - IN

Amid Sikkim stand-off, Chinese military conducts live-fire exercises in Tibet

Live-fire exercises in Tibet amid the ongoing standoff between Indian and Chinese military at the Dokalam area in the Sikkim sector. The post Amid Sikkim stand-off, Chinese military conducts live-fire exercises in Tibet appeared first on Firstpost.

- Firstpost - IN

This standoff is China telling India to accept changing realities

As China and India find themselves in the middle of yet another military standoff in the high Himalayas, their age-old border problem is back on the boil. Or so it would seem. The underlying causes of the current round of hostilities, which broke out last month in the tri-junction of Sikkim, Tibet and Bhutan where China was ...

- South China Morning Post - HK

Tibetan student self-immolates in India after shouting 'freedom'

A Tibetan student self-immolated in India after shouting “freedom”, injuring himself critically, Indian police said on Saturday. The student set himself on fire on Friday at the Central University for Tibetan Studies in Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh state. Self-immolation has regularly been used as a protest against ...

- South China Morning Post - HK

Tibetan student self-immolates in India

NEW DELHI, July 15 — A Tibetan student has self-immolated in India after shouting freedom', police said today, injuring himself critically. The student set himself on fire yesterday at the Central University for Tibetan Studies in...

- The Malay Mail - MY

Nepal approves China's Tibet Airlines to conduct four flights a week

, July 15 : The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal has granted approval to China's Tibet Airlines, which will fly four days a week on Kathmandu-Chengdu-Kathmandu route. It will be the fifth Chinese airlines entering into the Nepali market."Growth in tourist movement, business and trade opportunities has encouraged more and ...

- Sify - IN

Tibetan student in India shouts 'freedom' and sets himself on fire

The student self-immolated at the Central University for Tibetan Studies in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh state The post Tibetan student in India shouts 'freedom' and sets himself on fire appeared first on The Express Tribune.

- The Express Tribune - PK

Meet the man who shoots China's rarest animals to save them from extinction

For more than three decades, wildlife photographer and conservationist Xi Zhinong has been trying to protect nature by capturing it on camera. He told the story of the Yunnan snub-nosed monkey in the 1990s, when the endangered species that lives in the remote mountain forests of southwest China was little known to the ...

- South China Morning Post - HK

Tibetan student self-immolates in India

Young man in Varanasi city survives but suffers 50 percent burns after setting himself on fire shouting 'freedom'.

- Al Jazeera - QA

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