Monthly Archives: December 2018

  • China marks 40-year economic rise as clouds gather

    China celebrates Tuesday the 40th anniversary of its transformative "reform and opening up" policy, which turned the world's most populous country into an economic juggernaut. ...

  • Seven-year-old immigrant girl dies after US Border Patrol arrest

    A 7-year-old girl who crossed the US-Mexico border with her father last week died after being taken into the custody of the US Border Patrol, federal immigration authorities confirmed. ...

  • Tibet Act may further jeopardize China-US relations

    No side would win in a Sino-US confrontation, be it cold war, hot war or trade war. Only when the two can make mutual compromise and move in the same direction, can they promote stability. ...

  • Resigned to pursue PhD qualification, says Dhardon Sharling

    Dhardon Sharling clarified that she was resigning to pursue her doctoral studies at a university in the United States. She is resigning from the post of Information Secretary of CTA. ...

  • Indian rupee falls further against US dollar

    The Indian rupee extended its losses on Wednesday against the US dollar after ruling Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) suffered a setback in the three state elections. ...

  • Dhardon Sharling submits resignation letter

    Information Secretary of Central Tibetan Administration, Dhardon Sharling, has submitted her resignation letter to leave the administration of Lobsang Sangay, reliable sources told Tibet Sun ...

  • ‘Humbled’ Modi suffers defeats ahead of 2019 India polls

    India's ruling party suffered stinging election defeats in at least two stronghold states, results showed Tuesday, in a big blow to Prime Minister Narendra Modi before national polls in 2019 ...

  • India should close ‘Tibetan file’ and move on

    All things considered, therefore, India must show greater realism and foresight and prepare to close the ‘Tibetan file’. ...

  • China summons US ambassador over Huawei arrest

    China summoned the US ambassador on Sunday to protest the "extremely bad" arrest of Huawei's chief financial officer in Canada and demand that the US drop its extradition request. ...

  • Paris on lockdown as police clash with ‘yellow vest’ protesters

    French riot police clashed with “yellow vest” protesters in Paris on Saturday during the latest wave of protests against high living costs which have shaken President Macron’s authority. ...