Category Archives: Opinions

  • Lobsang Wangyal CAA is unconstitutional and unsecular; divides India

    There's every reason that the Supreme Court could strike down the CAA, or ask for review, without hesitation, as its terms are capricious and violate the Constitution. ...

  • Lobsang Wangyal Forget China, let’s fix injustice in our society

    Dealing with these injustices, one feels like our oppressor is not somewhere else but is among ourselves. It feels like: Forget China, first we need to sort ourselves out. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Pen warriors can liberate Tibet from China’s vice-like grip

    Pen warriors launching an opinion campaign on Tibet's cause will truly be acting in the Buddhist tradition and way of life, in a peaceful, proactive manner. ...

  • Nava Thakuria Lending support to the Baloch movement

    Goodwill for the Baloch freedom movement has grown in the recent past which has inspired the Baloch freedom fighters to express confidence in the Indo-Baloch relationship. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo What can Tibetans learn from Hong Kong?

    We have shown solidarity towards others' cause marching hand in hand, but what about ours? How can we all sleep when we have dead countrymen and burnt bodies in the minds of our houses? ...

  • NS Venkataraman Will China face Hong Kong-type protest in Pakistan?

    In the coming decade, the real challenge for China’s totalitarian methods, expansionist plans, and aggressive postures will be in Pakistan. ...

  • Kunchok Gyatso Case no 20 and its Karma

    A fictional conversation between Penpa Tsering (PT) and Lobsang Sangay (LS). Tsering brought a defamation case against Sangay, and the court gave its verdict on 14 October 2019. ...

  • Nava Thakuria Losing ground to the Western psyche: India’s way

    Francois Gautier asserts that the Western media should at least respect the country with the wisest past, which still gives birth to humans with wonderful qualities. ...

  • Tenzin Sangmo Can the defendant in Case no 20 lose gracefully?

    It can only be hoped that the Tibetan public moves on and rise above regional and political affiliations in its reception of the verdict and not be swept into perpetual squabble. ...

  • Lobsang Wangyal Moving beyond Case no 20

    For now, the case is over. We don't have to think about it anymore. What we need to do is to leave behind those divisive battles of the past, and try to move forward. ...