Category Archives: Opinions

  • NS Venkataraman A Strategy for Tibetans and their sympathisers

    The best way to enable Tibetans to register their protest is by a worldwide campaign to boycott the products and goods sold around the world under the name "Made in China". ...

  • Nava Thakuria Tibet-bordering Indian region turns safer for journalists

    The populous country of India stands in an awkward position over the journo-murder index, as it has witnessed the murder of four professional journalists in the last six months. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo Need for divine intervention

    What must be done to stop another imminent self-immolation brewing in the minds of oppressed Tibetans, is a discourse we must get into and the answer to this conundrum will be hard to find. ...

  • Tsering Choekyap “Remember humanity and forget the rest!”

    The time is right for NGOs and the government to accord long-overdue official recognition to Lobsang Wangyal for his steadfast promotion of the Tibet cause in international platforms. ...

  • Nava Thakuria Tibet-bordering bridge should be named after Bhupen-da

    A civil society group in northeast India urges the governments at Dispur and New Delhi to name the bridge after the legendary cultural personality Dr Bhupen Hazarika (Bhupen-da). ...

  • NS Venkataraman Will One Belt One Road meeting end up as damp squib?

    China claims that OBOR is all about trade, and that it has no political objective. However, this view will have no takers. ...

  • NS Venkataraman On Tibet, members of US Congress listen to their conscience

    The only person that China fears in the world is the Dalai Lama and his moral authority. China cannot silence the conscience of the world. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo To poke this monstrous giant one needle at a time

    His worldly views about Tibet and its people were totally opposite from mine, and I felt like he was a moving bluetooth loudspeaker connected to the propaganda of the Communist State. ...

  • NS Venkataraman China using economic muscle to gain dominance over others?

    The intentions of the Chinese government should really send signals of alarm to neighbouring countries about China’s increasingly dominant status and its ultimate goals. ...

  • Lobsang Wangyal Bye bye Yellow Book

    What does it mean that I have become a Tibetan-Indian? Will I start speaking in Hindi, move away from Tibetan society, change all my friends, and shun the Tibetan movement? ...