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Zhao Ziyang’s family ‘proud’ of his Tiananmen legacy, says son 10 years after his death

Zhao Ziyang, former chief of the Communist Party of China. Photo: Media file17 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.

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Welcome for Pope; Dalai Lama next

His Holiness The Dalai Lama and His Holiness The Pope Francis. Photo: Media FileSunday, 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. 

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Sizing up Xi’s ‘Friendly Overture’- Part 1

Lobsang Yeshi, an independent researcher and a member of Tibetan Parliament. Photo: Outlook Tiebt(‘Xi has no firm grip over PLA.’ ‘Xi is not responsible for the recent PLA incursion in Ladakh?’ – A Reality Check)

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The Year the Training Wheels Came Off China

 Chinese market Economic reforms are transforming this burgeoning superpower, but Beijing needs to get used to the world watching and judging its every move.

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Panchsheel not in India’s interests, says Sanat Kaul

India’s warm ties with China started with the Panchsheel Agreement. But the Simla Agreement better represents our interests. Photo: Indian TodayWhile 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.

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Trip Tips: A glimpse of little Tibet in southern India

A Tibetan Buddhist monk walks in front of the Golden Temple inside the Nyingmapa Monastery in Bylakuppe, southwest of Bengaluru, previously known as Bangalore, December 4, 2014. Credit: REUTERS/Abhishek N. ChinnappaBylakuppe, 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.

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Tibetan National Congress Condemns China’s “Lhasa Consensus”

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. Photo: TNCTibetan National Congress (TNC) is deeply concerned about the participation of at least 100 foreign politicians and dignitaries in a recent propaganda event by China.

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Book review: ‘Meltdown in Tibet,’ on China’s eco-destruction, by Michael Buckley

Kapil Komireddi has written from South Asia, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East.

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What you may have missed: Narendra Modi’s message to China

Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi. Photo: Media FileThrough his diplomatic gestures and one specific ministerial appointment, Modi has sent a clear declaration of intent to Beijing

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