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China links Tibet and Nepal with new road and rail routes

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China launches new cargo service linking Tibet with Nepal The new rail and road cargo service launched on Friday, linking Guangdong, Tibet and Nepal, aims to boost trade with the South Asian neighbour as China pushes forward its ... Current News India, 2 months ago

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Pictures: When Tibet moved to Bodh Gaya

'We are happy China has failed to disrupt the Kalachakra Puja by its repressive measures in Tibet; many Tibetans have come to attend the Puja.'Glimpses of the Kalachakra Puja in Bodh Gaya. Text and photographs: M I Khan Thousands of Tibetan devotees, including hundreds of monks, robed in their traditional colours of maroon, orange, deep red and yellow, outnumber local residents in Bodh Gaya these days. Tibetans, along with hundreds of foreigners, mostly from European countries, America China, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago China blocks Tibetans' visit to India: Tibetan sources  Deccan Herald1 month ago

China tightens border rules in Tibet to counter 'separatists'

China has tightened border rules in Tibet, extending the already stringent rules to ports, trade zones and scenic spots, citing growing incidence of "separatist and terrorist activities" amid efforts to make the remote Himalayan region South Asias trade hub.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Endless trouble for India if China-Nepal cargo service viewed as threat: Chinese state media

Describing Indias $1 billion aid to Mongolia as a "bribe", Chinas official media on 12 December said that there may be "endless trouble" in Sino-India ties if New Delhi viewed Chinas cargo service with Nepal as a threat to the sale of Indian goods.
 catchnews.com2 months ago Endless trouble if India opposes China-Nepal connectivity  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Strategic rail lines along China and Pak borders get govt’s nod

The government has kick-started the construction of four strategic railway lines along the China, Nepal and Pakistan borders. These four lines are part of the 14 strategically important lines of the armed forces to be used for supplies for Army and troops ...
 DNA2 months ago

Unesco heritage site Boudhanath Stupa reopens after Nepal quake

Kathmandu, Nov 22 (IANS) The Boudhanath Stupa, one of the Unesco-enlisted heritage sites in Nepal which was severely damaged in an earthquake last year, was reopened for public on Tuesday after completion of its reconstruction. Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal ...
 Sify2 months ago

UP Wildlife trafficker held with aide for trading animal skin

A notorious wildlife trafficker, from Kanpur and his associate from Guna, who were involved in trading of hides of leopards and tigers and also scales of pangolins in the international market have been arrested by Wildlife sleuths of Madhya Pradesh. The ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

When CIA feared China could attack India again after bloody 1962 war

Though China emerged victorious in the bloody 1962 war with India, it still baffled the Americans for months who were worried that Beijing could again strike against New Delhi through Tibet, Myanmar and even Nepal and Bhutan.
 Zee News3 weeks ago

Exhibition capturing Buddhist traditions at Rashtrapati Bhavan

A unique exhibition of photographs based on Buddhist heritage by art-historian Benoy K Behl will be exhibited at Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum from January 27. The photographs captured by Behl portray the birth and development of different Buddhist schools in ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Peeping through a scribe’s murder

Nava Thakuria Killing of media persons in the Indian subcontinent is no unusual happening as it annually losses around ten journalists to assailants. India, Pakistan and Afghanistan often lead the list of victims with additional inputs from Bangladesh and ...
 Kangla Times4 weeks ago
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