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China renames 6 places in Arunachal on its official map after Dalai Lama's visit
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China renames 6 places in Arunachal on its official map after ...

China announces "standardised" official names for six places in Arunachal Pradesh.The Hindustan Times reports: China has unilaterally renamed six places in Arunachal Pradesh in standard Chinese in what appears to be the first sign of retaliation against the 14th Dalai Lamas visit to the northeastern state earlier this month.Calling the remote Indian state as part of the border dispute with India, Beijing says Arunachal Pradesh is part of south Tibet with close Buddhist links with the ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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India will 'pay dearly' for playing Dalai Lama card, Chinese media warns

A new article in the state-run Global Times says New Delhi will 'pay dearly' for playing the Dalai Lama card in Arunachal Pradesh, over which Beijing claims sovereignty.
 India Today5 days ago 'India will pay dearly if it plays Dalai Lama card'  Rediff.com5 days ago India will pay dearly if it plays Dalai Lama card, says China  Deccan Herald5 days ago
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Why is China nervous? Dalai Lama has already visited Arunachal 6 times

On Saturday, Dalai Lama will be visiting Tawang for the fifth time during his seventh tour of Arunachal Pradesh. China seems to be anguished more with its own compulsions than India allowing Dalai Lama to visit the northeastern state. Highlights 1 Dalai Lama ...
 India Today2 weeks ago In Pics: After 7 years, Dalai Lama sets foot in Arunachal Pradesh's Tawang despite protests from China  DNA2 weeks ago Then & now: The Dalai Lama in Arunachal Pradesh  Rediff.com2 weeks ago China continues raising ante against Dalai visit  DNA2 weeks ago
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Defying China, India to host Dalai Lama in Arunachal Pradesh timesofindia.indiatimes.com
 Current News India1 month ago India defies China, will host Dalai Lama in Arunachal  Rediff.com1 month ago India to host Dalai Lama in Arunachal, defying China  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago India to host Dalai Lama in disputed territory, defying China  Deccan Herald1 month ago

China defiant, asserts 'lawful right' to rename Arunachal regions

Beijing on Friday dismissed New Delhi's protest over its decision to rename six places in Arunachal Pradesh, which China considers to be a disputed territory, saying "it is a legitimate measure".Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told media, "China's ...
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India expansionist, occupied Tawang: Chinese state media

Accusing India of "expansionism", the Chinese state media claimed today that New Delhi "occupied" Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh and warned Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama against selling China's sovereignty. An article titled 'Tawang's history affirms ...
 Business Standard1 week ago India expansionist, 'occupied' Tawang, alleges Chinese state media  DNA1 week ago
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Arunachal people unhappy under India's 'illegal' rule: China Daily

The people of Arunachal Pradesh live "difficult lives" under Indias "illegal" rule and they look forward to returning to China, a state-run Chinese daily claimed today as it criticised New Delhi for allowing the Dalai Lama to visit the frontier state. China ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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China has no business telling India what to do: Khandu

Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today said China has no business telling India what to do with regard to the Dalai Lama's movement in the country."China has no business telling us what to do and what not to do (regarding the Dalai Lama's movement). It is not our next-door neighbour. India shares boundary with Tibet, not with China," he said. "In reality, the McMahon Line demarcates the boundary between India and Tibet," he said.Khandu, who accompanied the Dalai Lama during an ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Khandu inspects new Arunachal Assembly building  Business Standard2 months ago Subansiri Hydro Project problems to be sorted out : Khandu  Business Standard2 months ago Khandu asks minister to work for faster development  Business Standard2 months ago
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Arunachal ready to welcome Dalai Lama, Tserteng Gompa could turn into tourist hub

Itanagar (Arunachal Pradesh) [India],Apr. 3 (ANI)| Arunachal Pradesh is fully ready to welcome Tibetan spiritual leader The Dalai Lama during his three-day visit from April 4.The Noble Laureate arrived in Guwahati on Saturday. Buddhist inhabitants of Tawang ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Arunachal ready to welcome spiritual leader Dalai Lama  catchnews.com3 weeks ago Arunachal ready to support growth of films  Business Standard2 months ago Arunachal govt streamlines relief disbursement process  The Assam Tribune2 months ago
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Green Heroes: Saving the bird in hand

In many traditional tribes of Arunachal Pradesh, when a man comes of age, he must hunt in the wild and bring back something to be accepted as an 'adult'. At the risk of being ostracised by staunch traditionalists, Jibi Pulu works at the grassroot level in a ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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