Tag Archives: India

  • Lobsang Sangay First anniversary of Sikyong Lobsang Sangay’s administration

    On the one-year completion of the 14th Kashag's administration, Sikyong Lobsang Sangay highlights the accomplishments, and shares his thoughts. ...

  • India still maintaining double standard toward exiled Tibetans

    After the 1959 rebellion, tens of thousands of Tibetans went into exile, following the Dalai Lama, and lived as refugees in India, Nepal, and other countries. ...

  • In Himalayan arms race, China one-ups India

    It has all the appearance of an arms race on the roof of the world. Asia's two great powers are facing off here in the eastern Himalayan mountains. ...

  • Claude Arpi China’s top two obsessions — loyalty and Party

    China has had two obsessions: stability and loyalty to the Party. When Beijing's State machinery starts hammering a certain issue on the masses, it usually means that the leadership has a serious predicament. ...

  • Indo-Tibetans of Kashmir

    The Tibetan Muslims living in Kashmir are now a mixed identity. They were ecstatic at seeing the Dalai Lama, their king, visit them in Srinagar recently. ...

  • Dalai Lama visits Kashmir, a disputed land like Tibet

    After a gap of 24 years, the Dalai Lama is visiting the Kashmir Valley – a region, as with the Tibetan spiritual leader's homeland, where many yearn for independence. ...

  • Drapchi: A Tibetan opera singer’s odyssey

    Indie filmmaker Arvind Iyer's new venture "Drapchi" traces the journey of a Tibetan opera singer. ...

  • Ajai Shukla Batting for the McMahon Line

    Having already given away Hong Kong and forsaken Taiwan with a one-China policy, the British hand was left with Tibet as the lone card that mattered desperately to Beijing. But London gifted it away. ...

  • Proposal for transferring CTSA schools to CTA

    Circular from India Department of Education: Proposal for transferring the schools managed by Central Tibetan Schools Administration (CTSA) to the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) ...

  • Dibyesh Anand India’s Tibet problem

    India should not forget that Chinese-controlled Tibet is its neighbour. The current Indian leadership's ignorance of Tibetans goes against principles of justice, humanity and ignores historic Indo-Tibetan relations. ...