Tag Archives: China

  • Dalai Lama’s new “prime minister” illegitimate: official

    The Dalai Lama moved one step closer to "retirement" on Wednesday when his self-declared "government-in-exile" picked a new "leader" -- a Harvard graduate who has never been to Tibet. ...

  • Nepal-Tibet border security meeting concludes

    The Nepal-Tibet border security meeting held in Khasa concluded on Sunday. During the meeting, officials of the two nations agreed to coordinate with each other on security affairs. ...

  • China Gold International announces 2011 exploration plan in Tibet

    China Gold International Resources announces the 2011 exploration plan for its Jiama Copper-Gold poly-metallic project in Tibet. ...

  • Great changes taken place in Tibet

    Monday marks the 52nd anniversary of "serfs' emancipation" in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Two years ago, the day became a "public holiday" in Tibet. ...

  • China extends reach in S Asia with Nepal aid deal

    China's army chief wrapped up a high level visit to Nepal on Thursday, signing a new aid deal with Kathmandu's military. ...

  • Lhasa: The land of Shangri-la

    Jaideep Mukerji embarks on a journey to Lhasa, a place steeped in history, that has withstood the ravages of time and cultural vandalism ...

  • Hackers use Chinese firm’s servers

    A Chinese man cited by a US security firm as being linked to cyber-spying on Western oil companies said on Friday his company rents server space to hundreds of hackers. ...

  • “Night Dragon” attacks from China strike energy companies

    Chinese hackers working regular business hours shifts stole sensitive intellectual property from energy companies for as long as four years. ...

  • Qigong: mindful movement made in China

    Qigong is a mind-body practice that melds slow graceful movements, mental focus and deep abdominal breathing to boost and balance a person's vital energy, or "qi". ...

  • Lalit Mansingh India rises on global stage in 2010

    Today, India as a nation with political stability, military strength and a growing economy, why should we be so hesitant to act as a world power? ...