Category Archives: Opinions

  • NS Venkataraman Who is China, to appoint the next Dalai Lama?

    Unfortunately, the world is keeping its eyes deliberately closed to China’s religious onslaught and aggressive approach in curbing the freedom of religions. ...

  • Lobsang Wangyal Let’s welcome an “attractive” Dalai Lama next

    Trolls need not show such tantrums towards someone who has given his life for the good of the whole world. ...

  • Nava Thakuria Mounting calls for conferring Bharat Ratna on Dalai Lama

    Indian supporters for a free Tibet have urged the Indian government to confer the Bharat Ratna on the 14th Dalai Lama for his immense contributions in creating goodwill for India. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Will China mend its ways after Hong Kong protest?

    Comparing the Hong Kong protest to the way it crushed the Tiananmen Square protest, one must not think that the Chinese government has become less ruthless or more human rights conscious. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo This street has our name

    In the hills of Ithaca I came upon a quiet corner of a single-lane road named Tibet Road. To see a road being named after my lost country Tibet was heartwarming to say the least. ...

  • Khedroob Thondup Why I am not afraid of Communist China

    After 60 years of occupation, Beijing still has no confidence in its rule over Tibet. As long as we have the moral high ground, Beijing will fail to control the minds of the Tibetan people. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Indian Parliamentary election: Why has it become presidential-like?

    The 2019 Parliamentary election will go down in history as a contest regarding one man, Mr Narendra Modi. This has never been so before in the history of Parliamentary elections in India. ...

  • Nava Thakuria India’s national elections: Northeast shows the way

    The Northeastern electorate valiantly defied their diktats, and in a sustained manner they reposed their faith on the Parliamentary democracy of India. ...

  • NS Venkataraman China at the crossroads

    China is realizing that economic and trade power has its limits, like Hitler realised that military power has its limits. If China will not alter its aims, it will pay a price before long. ...

  • Pam D Tenzin Speaker’s Parliamentary gaffe on ministerial election

    The Judiciary is the defender of the Constitution against encroachments by any organs of the government. Hence, the Judicial Review should not have been confused with Judicial Intervention. ...