Tag Archives: Nepal

  • Forgotten victims of Tibet

    High in the Himalayan mountains in Nepal, five miles from the Tibetan border at 7,000ft, 88-year-old Pasang Lama sits outside a ramshackle hut. ...

  • Ex-US President Carter says China pressuring Nepal on Tibetans

    China is putting pressure on Nepal to interrupt the flow of Tibetan refugees into the Himalayan nation, former United States President Jimmy Carter said on Monday. ...

  • Chinese leadership and Nepal

    As China's once-in-a-decade change in leadership is being discussed around the world, Nepali policymakers and politicians are also closely following the developments north of the border. ...

  • Security beefed up to foil anti-China protests

    Police have beefed up security to thwart any anti-China activities in the Capital as this month commemorates the 54th anniversary of Tibet’s failed uprising against China on 10 March 1959 and Dalai Lama’s exile to India. ...

  • China eyes India trade by boosting spending in Nepal

    China's ambassador to Kathmandu was recently pictured in a traditional Nepali cap and silk scarf, digging with a spade to symbolise the laying of the foundations of a new dry port near the Tibet border. ...

  • Students’ group calls on Nepal to return self-immolator’s body

    Activists of a pro-Tibet students' group held a signature campaign on Wednesday demanding the Nepalese government return a Tibetan self-immolator's body to his family members for cremation. ...

  • Tibetans want release of protester’s body in Nepal

    Nepalese officials say the body of a Tibetan man who set himself on fire to protest China's rule over Tibet can only be released to the man's family. ...

  • Nepal president on India visit

    Nepal President Ram Baran Yadav on Monday began a five-day official visit to India on the invitation of President Pranab Mukherjee. ...

  • Tibet is the inseparable land from China

    The Chinese government ignores the issue of its alleged violations of Tibetan human rights, and prefers to argue that the invasion was about territorial integrity and unity of the State. ...

  • Nepal’s ‘first’ global film star scrapes a living

    Lundup plays Tinle, an irascible elderly chieftain of a yak-herding and farming village in a power struggle with Karma, a hot-headed upstart who would like to take his place. ...