With Chinese Provocations, India Must Listen to the Dalai Lama

As the Chinese government has been screaming across the world not to interfere in the internal matter of China when it came to raising voices for Tibet and other occupied regions, why is it interfering in the internal matter of India? With the Chinese provocations over the Kashmir issue, it is time that India listen to the Dalai Lama!

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A question every Tibetan must ask before their mirror

Times have changed but are no longer strange. Beijing just upped the ante and called the pro democracy protesters terrorist. Hong Kong is a hair closer to becoming the next Tiananmen massacre as China warns of playing with fire and hints at military intervention. United States led by Trump has vowed to escalate trade war with China and as of now both are bleeding sea of red and flirtatious volatility in their major indexes.

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Sixty years of Tibetan struggle and the way forward

Its 60 years now since Tibetans inside and outside continue their struggle against the Communist regime of China for their legitimate rights over language, tradition and culture.  On 10 March 1959 thousands of Tibetans came to the streets protesting against the Chinese occupation and their picturesque capital city of Lhasa became the epicenter of anti-Chinese movement.

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This Street has Our Name

Few years ago, when I was driving up the hills of Ithaca towards Cornell university, I stumbled upon a street name out of the blue called the Tibet Road. A quiet corner of a single lane road it was, surrounded by the usual quietness of the nature and probably punctuated by the frequent crossing of deer. But to see a road, any road regardless being named after my lost country Tibet was heartwarming to say the least.

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In Tibet You Get Money to Display Xi Jinping Portraits But Punished for Dalai Lama’s

The worsening human rights situation in Tibet is for real. The Chinese authorities controlling Tibetans in Tibet offers money for displaying the portraits of Xi Jinping while it brutally punishes anyone even possessing the pictures of His Holiness the Dalai Lama! The state interference in Tibetan religious freedom is very serious in real.

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Tibetan Angst over Chinese buy up in Australia

With the influx of Chinese capital into the northern beaches housing market, some local Tibetan community members have voiced concerns about the potential for China to in effect become landlord to some Tibetan refugees. This will mean that local Tibetans are potentially forced to pay rent to the very regime they fled from in the first place.

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Tibetans Show Renewed Anger of China Kidnapping Panchen Lama

As the 30th birthday of the Tibet’s lost lama approached last month, Tibetans brought up extensive campaigns through out the world demanding immediate release of the Eleventh Panchen Lama from Chinese capitivity. Such campaigns have brought the worst results to those Tibetans inside Tibet.

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Terrorism revisits Sri Lanka

Terrorism, nonetheless in a different package, has returned to Sri Lanka claiming over 250 people’s lives and wounding hundreds other seriously in a coordinated serial terror attacks. In fact, from ethnic insurgency to religious terrorism a changing face of organized violence has arrived in the country floating on ocean in the south of Indian sub-continent.

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