Category Archives: Opinions
Will Modi succeed in making India a Hindu Nation?
20 June 2018 | Nava Thakuria
The debate relating to Bill 2016 asks if it is only a ploy to safeguard Hindu refugees from neighbouring countries, or a plan by Hindu-centric forces to make India a Hindu Nation. ...
Dreaming World Cup for Tibet
19 May 2018 | Ugyen Gyalpo
Every time during the World Cup, when the players come out of the dugout and their national anthems are played, I am sore at heart and left imagining how it would be if Tibet were there ...
The title “President” for Sikyong is not legal
14 May 2018 | Sharchok Khukta
Since there have been many who have put forth questions regarding the usage of the title "President" in English for "Sikyong", I will answer in one presentation for all. ...
Time to save the sinking ship of the Tibetan cause
28 April 2018 | Ugyen Gyalpo
The clash of mighty egos, and our flawed democracy, a system without multiple parties to represent different voices, has our community deeply divided and entrenched on regional grounds. ...
Contrast in West’s approach towards Syria and Tibet
26 April 2018 | NS Venkataraman
The contrast in approach of US and its allies towards Syria and Tibet is conspicuous and obvious: They will support a humanitarian cause only if it would serve their geopolitical interests. ...
Dalai Lama’s return to Tibet: Is Tibet on the hara-kiri path?
23 April 2018 | Vijay Kranti
Dr Sangay’s statement about the Dalai Lama’s return to Potala to ‘reunite’ with Tibetans is nothing short of official endorsement of the Chinese agenda on the Dalai Lama and Tibet. ...
Mila Rangzen — The Red Lamb of U-Tsang
17 April 2018 | Mila Rangzen
I am the Red Lamb of our U-Tsang region, recognizing the grievances against us and calling for total separation from the Khampas and Amdowas. ...
Neutralizing the messengers in India
10 April 2018 | Nava Thakuria
If the nation wants the journalists to do the risky jobs for the greater interest always, their security along with justice must also be ensured. ...
Nepal joining OBOR will be historical mistake
8 April 2018 | NS Venkataraman
Prime Minister Oli of Nepal has rejected the concerns expressed by several well-wishers of Nepal that Nepal joining the One Belt One Road initiative (OBOR) could lead to a death trap. ...
What if the protesters bring Lobsang Sangay to court?
2 April 2018 | Lobsang Wangyal
Should the issue end up in court, it will not only be about Lobsang Sangay and the protesters, but will reflect badly on Tibet, as well as the Dalai Lama. ...