Chinese Journalists Expulsion Primarily Associated To Shugden Issue

The ultimatum from the Indian government against the three Chinese journalists of the Xinhua News Agency to leave the country by 31 July by denying to extend their visa came primarily due to their involvement with the Shugden issue of Tibetan community in India according to fresh reports.

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Chinese Troops Incursion Came Face To Face With Indian Soldiers In Uttarakhand

In a confirmation about incursions from the Chinese troops into Indian territory on 19th July, the Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat said that Chinese troops have been spotted at the demilitarized stretch of international border along Barahoti in Chamoli district of the hill state. More worrisome is that the intruders had also come face to face with the Indian soldiers.

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Another Tibetan Jailed For Involving In A Wechat Group About Dalai Lama

A Tibetan in Tibet has been arrested and imprisoned in Sichuan province for his mere involvement in the Chinese made social media, Wechat group during the celebration of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 80th birthday last year. He is the second Tibetan to be arrested over the involvement in the social media group.

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Indian Woman Finally Ends Hunger Strike After 16 Years

An Indian lady activist Irom Sharmila Chanu has decided to finally put an end to her 16 years of hunger strike against a government law. The announcement came yesterday where declared that she will be ending the hunger strike 9th of the coming August. She will then be campaigning for local elections as an independent candidate.

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