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Message to China: Kiren Rijiju tweets photos of Karmapa's visit to Arunachal
India Today

Message to China: Kiren Rijiju tweets photos of Karmapa's visi...

Tibetan Buddhist leader Gyalwang Karmapa is touring Arunachal Pradesh 17 years after he fled from China. IndiaToday.in | Edited by Prabhash K Dutta desk-itgd@intoday.com New Delhi, December 2, 2016 | UPDATED 14:19 IST A +A - MoS Home Kiren Rijiju with ... India Today, 17 hours ago
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ITBP’s Mt Kangto expedition in Arunachal may annoy China

In a first, a joint expedition team from the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) has reached the base camp of Mount Kangto. This assumes all the more significance as Mount Kangto, the highest peak in Arunachal Pradesh, is located right on the India-China ...
 DNA1 week ago ITBP-IMF expedition team first to scale Mt Kangto base  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago ITBP-IMF team first to scale Mt Kangto base  The Assam Tribune3 weeks ago
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Forbid Dalai Lama`s planned visit: China to Mongolia

China told Mongolia to forbid the Dalai Lama`s planned arrival there on Friday, suggesting the Tibetan spiritual leader`s trip could harm Beijing`s relations with its northern neighbour. China regards the Dalai Lama as a separatist, though he says he merely ...
 Zee News2 weeks ago China tells Mongolia to bar Dalai Lama visit  Yahoo! Singapore2 weeks ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Committed to one-China policy

Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that he and his party are committed to one-China policy. Tibet is an integral part of China and I am firm on one-China policy, Deuba told mediapersons at the Tribhuvan International Airport ...
 Kathmandu Post3 weeks ago Deuba denies sharing dais with Tibetan leaders  Kathmandu Post3 weeks ago NC chief Deuba firm on 'one-China'; denies meeting Dalai Lama  Business Standard3 weeks ago NC firm on 'one-China'; denies Deuba met Dalai Lama's rep  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Modi Diwali with ITBP troopers

Narendra Modi will spend Diwali tomorrow with Indo-Tibetan Border Police troopers near the China border in Uttarakhand, making it three years in a row that the Prime Minister will celebrate the day with the forces. Modi is scheduled to visit the Mana post in ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago PM to celebrate Diwali with ITBP men along China border  Rediff.com1 month ago PM to celebrate Diwali with ITBP  Sahara Samay English1 month ago Modi to celebrate Diwali with ITBP men along China border  Asian Age1 month ago
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China builds world's highest road tunnel to connect Tibet

(Photo: Representational Image/AP) The seven-km long tunnel, situated 6,168 metre above sea level, passes through the main peak of Chola Mountain. Beijing : China on Thursday completed work on the world's highest road tunnel costing about USD 170 million on ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago China-Highway Tunnel/Highest in World  News Content2 weeks ago China completes highest road tunnel  Nbmcw.com2 weeks ago
WA Today

China has big plans for Mount Everest

. Although the south-facing side of the mountain, in Nepal, might be better known, the Tibetan north face also has a rich mountaineering history and China has outlined an ambitious new vision for commercialising it. That may sound like an unseemly ...
 WA Today2 weeks ago China conquers Everest  Stuff.co.nz2 weeks ago As China conquers Everest, tourists are big winners  Emirates-Business.ae2 weeks ago China Wants to Commercialize the Other Side of Mount Everest in Tibet  Skift3 weeks ago
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Beijing: On Dalai Lama, Delhi must respect our position

China on Wednesday said India should respect its position on the proposed visit of exiled Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama to Arunachal Pradesh early next year. “The Chinese government is against the proposed visit of Dalai Lama to Arunachal Pradesh. We ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago India should respect China`s position on Dalai Lama: Envoy  Zee News3 weeks ago India should respect China's position on Dalai Lama: Envoy  Business Standard3 weeks ago

Arunachal tribes want Tibet trade back, ask for pre-1962 routes to be opened

Tribes of Arunachal Pradesh living near the McMahon Line demarcating the India-China border want pre-1962 trade routes to Lhasa reopened. Their demand comes with a rider: New Delhi and Beijing should keep their bilateral issues to themselves and ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
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Tibetan activists protest in Margao against China's illegal occupation of Tibet

The Tibetan activists staged a protest in Margao on Saturday against China's illegal occupation of Tibet.The protestors raised 'China out of Tibet now' slogans and held placards which read 'Free Tibet and 'end the occupation'.One of the protestors ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Tibetans stage anti-China protest as Xi arrives for summit in Goa  One India1 month ago BRICS: Tibetans protest as Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in Goa  catchnews.com1 month ago BRICS: Tibetan protesters detained in large numbers in Goa  One India1 month ago
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