Earthquake with 6.9 Magnitude Hits Tibet, Tremors Felt in Arunachal Pradesh

Tibet has been rocked by an earthquake which measures 6.9 on the Richter scale. On Saturday morning, Tibets Nyinchi province which is close to Arunachal Pradesh was hit by an earthquake.
Around 6:34 AM (Beijing), the China Earthquake Networks Center recorded the earthquake. Chinese state-run media Xinhua reported that the quake struck with a depth of about 10KM.

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Mao Described Tibet Right Palm And Ladakh, Sikkim, Bhutan, Nepal and Arunachal Five Fingers

Mao described Tibet right palm and Ladakh, Sikkim, Bhutan, Nepal and Arunachal Pradesh its five fingers said the Tibetan political leader Dr. Lobsang Sangay in an interview with the Governance Now recently. The president of Central Tibetan Administration, Dr. Sangay drew the ‘Right Palm Five Fingers’ strategy of Mao Zedong while talking about the border clashes between India and China in recent times.

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India Has Every Right To Be Concerned About Tibet: Dalai Lama

His Holiness the Dalai Lama has voiced his concerns over changes in Tibetan Ecology. Speaking at an event at his residence in Dharmashala he said that he is very concerned about the climate change particularly in Himalayan region and Tibet. He also said that India has every right to be concerned about Tibet and its ecology.

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Nazi’s Tibet Expedition Turned To A Drunken Hunting

Nazi’s Tibet expedition in the era of 1930s-40s to find the Aryan race origin is reported to have turned into a drunken hunting. Exotic East has always been a center of attraction among westerners. The names Shangrila and Shambala still ignite same passions as they did years before when the interest in oriental studies was at its prime. Tibet has also enjoyed a plethora of interest among Europeans particularly the Germans.

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After 58 Years, Dalai Lama Meets Assam Rifles Soldier Who Helped Him Escape Tibet 

In 1959 when the Dalai Lama escaped from Tibet, he treaded the hostile Himalayas with a caravan consisting of soldiers and countrymen who dexterously guided the Tibetan spiritual leader to India. One of them was a young soldier belonging to the Assam Rifles, a jawan named Naren Chandra Das who met the Dalai Lama during a recent session in Guwahati, Assam.

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Chinese Intellectual Willing To Be Messenger Of Dalai Lama’s Middle Way Policy

A Chinese intellectual has expressed his willingness to act as the messenger of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Middle Way Policy. The Chinese professor made this statement during the commemoration of the 58th Tibetan National Uprising Day in New York according to the official report in website of Central Tibetan Administration.

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Chinese Diplomat Attempted To Confiscate And Destroy A Tibetan’s Coverage Of Tibet Briefing At United Nations

A Chinese diplomat had made a failed attempt to confiscate the coverage of the Tibet briefing meeting held at the United Nations. During the meeting about Human Rights in Tibet-2016 at the sidelines of the 34th sessions of the UN Human Rights council on Friday, a Chinese diplomat tried to confiscate and destroy the coverage of the meeting collected by a Tibetan.

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Tibet Being Used As A Tax Haven By China’s Wealthiest

For the wealthiest people in Beijing, strife-torn areas like Tibet and Xinjiang are swiftly mutating into a tax haven where investment is lucrative owing to the fact that China levies less tax in these region.
This development has been highlighted by reports of how Chinese billionaire actresses Zhao Wei and Fan Bingbing set up companies in the provinces of Tibet and Xinjiang to escape the 25% tax cap set up by the Chinese government.

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