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India should take a firm stand against China and recognize Tibet as an occupied territory

There can never be a constructive border solution between India and China without talking on the issue of Tibet.

Chinese govt jails two Tibetan musicians for composing song praising HH the Dalai Lama, arrests another for sharing it on social media

The two Tibetans, Tsetan and Tsego were sentenced to seven years and three years in prison respectively by a Chinese court.

Galwan standoff breathes life into the ‘Free Tibet’ movement, Tibetan activists hope India will soon address the Chinese occupation of Tibet

In the aftermath of the Galwan stand-off, the movement to free Tibet from the clutches of China has once again gathered steam.

Toronto: Tibetan Youth Congress slams China, raises pro-India slogans outside the Chinese Consulate General

The Tibetan protestors held placards and shouted slogans saying Tibet stands with India.

‘China is committing cultural genocide in Tibet’: CTA President-in-exile urges UNHRC to discuss human rights violations in Chinese occupied regions

CTA urged the UN body to take appropriate decisive measures to protect fundamental rights in China occupied regions

India-China standoff: Arunachal Pradesh CM Pema Khandu taunts China, refers to LAC as ‘Indo-Tibet border’

Days after the Galwan Valley standoff, India Arunachal Pradesh CM makes a statement by referring to the border as India-Tibet border.

President of Tibetan govt-in-exile warns Nepal, says after occupying Tibet, Beijing looking to accomplish its “Five-fingers-plan”

China bolstering its expansionist policies in the Indian subcontinent region, said the Tibetan government-in-exile

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MP Special DG caught beating his wife in viral video says what he did was ‘not a crime’, gets relieved of duties: Read the...

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“Have no regrets”, Balika Vadhu director takes on his father’s business of selling vegetables as upcoming film projects get stalled

The Balika Vadhu director Ram Vriksha Gaur has been selling vegetables in his hometown of Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh.

Columnist Sudheendra Kulkarni who used Jaswant Singh’s death to target Modi, had once insulted and left Singh in tears, senior journalist reveals

Sudheendra Kulkarni, who had extended support to Rahul Gandhi ahead of 2019 elections has been a very vocal Modi critic and Pakistan sympathiser.

PM Modi’s call for UN reforms should be the beginning of our resurgent foreign policy

India could look to pursue a seven-point agenda to play a bigger role in global affairs.

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