Indo-Tibetan Border Police Practice Yoga in Himalayas

In an interesting outbreak in the social media, Indo-Tibetan Border Police, ITBP personals are seen practicing yoga in the chilly Himalayan ranges according to the pictures shared by its official Twitter handle. The ITPB is one of the five Central Armed Police Forces of India and deployed to along the borders China occupied Tibet.

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China Protests PM Modi’s Arunachal Pradesh Visit

China firmly protested the Indian Prime Minister’s visit to the Arunachal Pradesh accusing him of complicating the border issues between the two Asian giants. PM Narendra Modi promised of fast paced development in the largest state in the Northeast part of India and China is not appreciating the visit as it does not recognise the state as a part of India.

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Intelligence Warns Of China Luring Tibetan Refugees In Northeast India To Be Spies

The Intelligence Bureau warns of China luring the Tibetan refugees in North east India to be their spies according to the report published by The Print. The IB issued warning where they have stated that China is trying to lure certain Tibetan refugees to provide local strategic information in exchange for monetary rewards.

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PM Modi Will Visit Arunachal Pradesh To Send A Strong Message To China

According to the latest reports, Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will be visiting the state Arunachal Pradesh to continue sending strong signal to China. The Prime Minister’s date of visit of to the North Eastern state of India though has not been confirmed yet, it is expected to take place in the early part of 2018.

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Dalai Lama is Always Right, Even When He is Wrong

For the Dalai Lama to say that Tibet does not seek independence and rather seeks development, it is a statement that exposes how leaders around the world look at long-term benefits of amicable international relations. Tibet is a costly situation for China, one that would take more than His Holiness to find a solution or an alternative for.

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Xi Jingping Tells Tibetan Families Living Near Arunachal Pradesh Settle near Indian Border

Chinese President Xi Jingping, in a recent letter addressed to a herding family in Lhunze County in Tibet, told the families to settle themselves near the Indian border so that there would be “peace in the territory”. China claims that more than 2,000 kms of the disputed area at the Line of Actual Control is part of Southern Tibet near the foot of the Himalayas.

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India Should Give Maximum Support To The Dalai Lama And Tibet’s Independence Said Mulayam Singh

India should give maximum support to the Dalai Lama and Tibet’s independence said the Samajwadi party leader Mr. Mulayam Singh Yadav in the parliament yesterday. This statement from the former Indian defence minister came at a time when India has once again reached to a critical border controversy with China.

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China Cancels Indian Journalists Scheduled Trip To Tibet

China cancels Indian journalists scheduled trip to Tibet amid the standoff in Doklam between the Indian and Chinese border army. The message of cancellation was informed to the concerned parties by the Chinese embassy in New Delhi. The reports said that the cancellations are a backdrop of stand off between the armies of the two nations at the Doklam region of Sikkim-Tibet border.

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