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Landslides kill 4 ITBP personnel; hit Amarnath Yatra 29.6.2018 Rediff: News
The Manali-Leh National Highway-3 was blocked after heavy rainfall triggered landslide in Himachal Pradesh's Kullu district on Friday.
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Delhi University dream for young Tibetan refugees 26.6.2018 DNA: Recent Columns
Sitting in an auditorium at the Delhi University's (DU) North Campus, Tenzin Nyiton was anxiously waiting for the officials to answer her admission-related queries on Monday. The 18-year-old, who studied Humanities at a school meant for Tibetan refugee children in Gopalpur (Himachal Pradesh), is now aspiring to explore the world beyond her "community environment" at the university. Nyiton along with a group of 25 other Tibetan students visited the Delhi University to get their admission-related queries solved. After waiting for 15-20 minutes they finally met the officials. "I was not aware of the last day of registration and hence I had failed to submit my form during the first phase of registration. Fortunately, DU re-opened the registrations for foreign candidates and I managed to apply. I want to pursue Psychology (H) at either Miranda House or Hindu College now," she said. Her family has been living away from their ancestral place in Tibet since the 1980s. Sitting next to her was 19-year-old Ugyen ...
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Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh participates in Yoga Day activities in Lucknow 21.6.2018 Govt of india: PIB
The Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh participated in Yoga Day activities on the occasion of 4th International Day of Yoga (IDY) in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh today. Addressing the gathering, Shri Rajnath Singh said that Yoga has been accepted universally and it is being celebrated as a festival across the world today.
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Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh to participate in Yoga Day activities in Lucknow 18.6.2018 Govt of india: PIB
On the occasion of 4th International Yoga Day, 2000 CAPFs personnel will participate in the function which will be held at Forest Research Institute (FRI) Dehradun, Uttarakhand. The Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will also participate in this event.
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Between worlds: 60 years of the Tibetan community in India 16.6.2018 Hindu: Health
The community is still caught between longing for their homeland and cementing their lives here
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Visiting Dalai Lama? Go by the book 3.6.2018 Hindu: Home
Centre plans policy as India doesn’t wish to antagonise Chinese monks or compromise on security
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The beauty of India's lesser known landmarks 3.6.2018 Rediff: GetAhead
Rediff readers share their best travel memories.
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Indian-Tibetan descent Aftab Pureval wins Democratic primary in US 16.5.2018 General News
Aftab Karma Singh Pureval, an American of Indian-Tibetan descent, has won the Democratic primary for the first congressional district of Ohio, but faces a Himalayan task of defeating a 11-time Republican Congressman. But for the 35-year-old, who was the first Democrat to get elected as the Hamilton County Clerk of Courts in more than 100 years, says climbing the Himalayas is in his DNA. Congressman Steve Chabot has represented the seat since 1995 from the Republican bastion. "I am the first Tibetan-American to run for the Congress, Pureval told PTI in an interview. "My story is improbably American. I am the son of a refugee. My mother was born in Tibet and she was forced to flee her home country along with my grandparents, he said. He said, his grandparents and his mother made their way through the Himalayas to Nepal and entered India where she grew up as a refugee. His mother studied in a school in Mysore and later went to Delhi for college education, where she met his Punjabi ...
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A fresh start? 8.5.2018 FrontLine: World Affairs
Against a backdrop of accumulated grievances, highlighted by the Doklam standoff, the informal summit at Wuhan comes as an unprecedented trust-rebuilding exercise at the highest level. By ATUL ANEJA in Wuhan
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No fundamental difference on `inter-connectivity` issue, we`ll not push India on Belt and Road Initiative: China 28.4.2018 Zee News : India National
China on Saturday said Beijing will "not be too hard" with New Delhi on the issue of the Belt and Road Initiative.
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China will ‘not be too hard’ with India on Belt and Road Initiative 28.4.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
The BRI, a pet initiative of President Xi Jinping, is aimed at promoting a network of roads, ports and rail networks all over the world to spread China’s influence. India had boycotted last year’s Belt and Road Forum organised by China.
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What Himachal Pradesh did for Summer Visitors? 28.4.2018 HimVani.com

Himachal is said to be the God gifted area of India where you can visit and touch the snow even in June. As no other major industry is there to rare the economy of this small hill state, only tourism industry can make the state self-sufficient. All the Governments which ruled the state since its […]

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Won't push India on BRI, says China's vice foreign minister 28.4.2018 Rediff: News
The BRI, a pet initiative of President Xi, is aimed at promoting network of roads, ports and rail networks all over the world to spread China's influence.
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China will not push India on BRI:Vice Foreign Minister 28.4.2018 General News
China today said there is no fundamental difference with India on the issue of "inter-connectivity" and Beijing will "not be too hard" with New Delhi on the issue of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The BRI, a multi-billion-dollar initiative launched by President Xi Jinping when he came to power in 2013, has become a major sticking point in the bilateral ties. The BRI also includes the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which India opposes as it goes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. At the end of the two-day informal summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi in the central Chinese city, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Kong Xuanyou said, "we feel that there is no fundamental difference between China and India on the issue of supporting inter-connectivity." "The Indian side does not exclude this cooperation. It is also continuing to advance on interconnection. India is also a founding member of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). It is the second .
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China can't silence the call for Free Tibet 27.4.2018 Rediff: News
The people who know Tibet will continue to fight the good fight.
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Free Tibet movement: Is anyone in India still sounding emotive battle cry? 13.4.2018 Business Standard: Today
Three generations of Tibetans now live in India, after the Dalai Lama came here six decades ago
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Sweden charges Tibetan with spying for China 12.4.2018 All News-IANS Stories
Sweden has charged a 49-year-old Tibetan man living in the country for spying on fellow exiles for the Chinese government, the media reported on Thursday.
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Sweden charges Chinese with spying on Tibetan refugees 11.4.2018 General News
Swedish prosecutors today charged a 49-year-old Chinese man with espionage for allegedly gathering intelligence on Tibetan refugees in Sweden and Norway for China. The man, identified in the charge sheet as Dorjee Gyantsan, is accused of infiltrating the Tibetan community to pass information on their personal and political activities to Chinese officials in exchange for money. His lawyer, Mikael Soderberg, told AFP his client -- who faces up to four years in prison -- denied all charges. Dorjee acquired resident status as a refugee in Sweden in the early 2000s, and posed as a supporter of Tibetan independence, prosecutors said. He also attended Tibetan anti-China protests in Norway, and covered a visit of the Dalai Lama to Norway as a reporter for the pro-Tibetan Voice of Tibet, in order to collect information on Tibetan refugees. The espionage is believed to have taken place from July 2015 to February 2017, when he was arrested. "This is a very serious crime. The espionage has ...
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Danish students renovate Tibetan monument in India 8.4.2018 General News
In a show of solidarity, a team of 22 Danish volunteers in collaboration with a Tibetan Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)-in-exile are renovating a prominent Tibetan monument known as 'Tibetan Martyrs Pillar' near the main Buddhist temple in Himachal Pradesh's Dharamsala .Director of Tibet Hope Center, Damdul, said, "We are collaborating with a group students from a Danish college who are here for three weeks. The theme of their work is to gain a cultural understanding. Under this theme, they are able to understand more about the Tibetan culture and their way of life. There are a few students; some of them are here renovating this martyrs pillar whereas some are visiting schools for educational activities."A group of 22 young Danish volunteers from a Danish college along with Tibet Hope Center, a Tibetan NGO in-exile are undertaking such an initiative in order to further an inter-cultural understanding.A Danish volunteer Lassa, says, "I am working voluntarily to help the Tibetan ...
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The Long Road to Tibet: Rahul Sankrityayan’s quest for travel and learning 8.4.2018 Eye – The Indian Express
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