- Wednesday, 08 March 2017 10:25
- By: N. S. Venkataraman, Eurasia Review
After marching into the peaceful Tibet more than six decades back and occupying the country and suppressing freedom in Tibet and the world opinion against China’s aggressive move largely remaining impotent.
- Tuesday, 20 January 2015 10:08
- By: South China Morning Post
17 January 2015 - Zhao Ziyang’s family ‘proud’ of his Tiananmen legacy, says son 10 years after his death; there is no shame in unchanged official verdict on him.
- Friday, 13 May 2016 18:13
- By: Ananth Krishnan, India Today
Beijing, May 13, 2016: The move to raise the Tibet Military Command’s authority level would put it directly under the command of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) ground forces.
- Tuesday, 20 January 2015 09:51
- By: The Sunday Times, Editorial
Sunday, 18 January 2015- Coming as it did in the immediate aftermath of a hard-fought Presidential election, Pope Francis’ visit to Sri Lanka lost some of the media focus it would otherwise have merited.
- Tuesday, 10 May 2016 05:49
- By: Brahma Challaney, The National
Nothing illustrates the emergence of fresh water as a key determinant of Asia’s future better than the drought that has parched lands from South East Asia to the Indian subcontinent.
- Thursday, 05 May 2016 15:44
- By: Editorial board, The Washington Post
IN CHINA’s drive to modernize over the past few decades — a period in which it became an economic superpower — civil society groups took root, helping fight poverty and environmental damage, offering legal services, aiding migrants, and improving health care and education, among many other worthy pursuits.
- Tuesday, 06 January 2015 05:45
- By: Reuters, Debarati Dasgupta
Bylakuppe, India – It is the last prayer before lunch at the monastery and novice Buddhist monks are giggling and fidgeting with their bowls in a hall overflowing with maroon robes. Flatbread and vegetable soup are soon served, even to visitors, and the chatter dies down.
- Saturday, 16 January 2016 15:06
- By: The Economist
Published in the print edition of The Economist, 16 January 2016. In their response to wobbly markets, China’s leaders reveal their fears.
- Tuesday, 06 January 2015 05:37
- By: The Washington Post
Kapil Komireddi has written from South Asia, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East.
- Friday, 25 December 2015 15:19
- By: Rukor
Tibetans live in Tibet, to state the obvious
Non-Tibetans struggle with the altitude and extreme cold of the Tibetan Plateau, and a diet that has little to offer beyond fatty meat, dairy products and barley, surely conducive to heart disease
- Tuesday, 20 October 2015 08:06
- By: Financial Times
This article is eighth in a series of commentaries on the “The Silk Road Economic Belt, the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road and the Transformation of China’s Foreign Policy”
- Friday, 12 September 2014 07:22
- By: Sanat Kaul, Indian Today
While the Chinese are celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of the lapsed Panchsheel Agreement with India is also joining in, India is not bothering to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Simla Agreement of 1914, the basis on which it claims Arunachal Pradesh.
- Thursday, 04 September 2014 09:11
- By: Mr Jigme Ugen, TNC
Tibetan National Congress (TNC) is deeply concerned about the participation of at least 100 foreign politicians and dignitaries in a recent propaganda event by China.
- Thursday, 22 May 2014 07:34
- By: Sandipan Deb, The Wall Street Journa
Through his diplomatic gestures and one specific ministerial appointment, Modi has sent a clear declaration of intent to Beijing
- Tuesday, 03 March 2015 15:04
- By: Sarah Cook, 19 February, Foreign Policy
Blocked websites, jailed journalists, and nationalist rhetoric have long been features of the Chinese Communist Party’s media control strategy.
- Friday, 02 May 2014 09:03
- By: Outlook Tibet
Mao Zedong, a "Red-eyed Monster in the Tunic Suit', also Known as the greatest mass murderer in history terrorised the heart of the Himalayan region- Tibet Plateau in 1940s. Then Jiang Zhiming, Deng Xiaoping, Hu Jintao and Xi Jinping, one after another many "Red-eyed Monsters in the Tunic Suit" appeared to take over Mao's bloodshid legacy, and they arbitrarily and brutally killed and disappeared over 1.2 million Tibetans in their alien-invasion of Tibet. The daily life of Tibetans in Tibet is and no doubt remains fairly simple even after six decades.