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Treat Tibet as ‘core issue’, Tibetan govt-in-exile president to India

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India should treat Tibet as a "core issue", Tibetan govt-in-exile's President Lobsang Sangay said, expressing concern over Beijing's growing influence in India's immediate neighbourhood.

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