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Dalai Lama

Ashoka Had De-Militarised Himself, The BJP Is Busy Re-Militarising Him

Apr 12, 2017 Apoorvanand

Ashoka, father of Sanghamitra and Mahendra, is not remembered in Bihar or elsewhere as a conqueror but as who went to Buddhism in his quest for a rightful, non-violent way of life

Insulting The Chinese

Sep 20, 2013 Shovon Chowdhury

'We must show them that we are not afraid of them by insulting them. We must cause them to lose face. Once they see we are fearless, they will be too scared to attack.'


The Fire Spreads

The anti-Han and anti-Beijing ferment, marked by endless self-immolations of freedom-loving Tibetans—monks and others, young and old, men and women— continues in the Tibetan areas of China.

Feb 13, 2013 Video Grab: Nepalese policemen rush as a Tibetan monk burns after he set himself on fire in Katmandu, Nepal.

The Fire Spreads

Mar 19, 2013 B. Raman

The Chinese attempts to arrest and persecute relatives and friends of those committing self-immolation on charges of complicity have injected fresh oxygen into the Tibetan independence ( Rangzen) movement.


Can History Repeat Itself In Tibet?

Despite their most brutal suppression, the Chinese have not been able to destroy the pride and hopes that continue to drive the Tibetan movement.

28 November, 2011

Avoidable Unpleasantness

B. Raman

Over-dramatisation of issues by China injects distrust into India-China relations which had been progressing well despite continuing differences over the border dispute.


25 October, 2011

A New Tibetan Consciousness

B. Raman

The new generation believes in a peaceful struggle. It feels that the violence of March 2008 played into the hands of the Chinese and enabled them to use brutal force to suppress the movement.


20 October, 2011

The Burning Issue

Dibyesh Anand

Protests by self-immolation is a new phenomenon in Tibet. But at least the Dalai Lama would know best that China does not fear the dead or the dying monks. It fears the living ones.


13 March, 2011

In His Lifetime

B. Raman

While wishing and hoping for a long life for His Holiness the Dalai Lama, it will be unwise to postpone the selection of his political successor


11 February, 2011

Portrait Of A Lama As A Spy

Tsering Shakya

However ludicrous the claim that the Karmapa is a Chinese agent may be, the doubts expressed at the highest levels of Indian society are a matter of concern with serious repercussions for the Tibetan community in India


15 December, 2010

The Next Dalai Lama

Dibyesh Anand

A highly probable scenario for the 15th Dalai Lama is that there will be two of them: one boy recognised inside China with Beijing's blessings, another somewhere in exile. It will wreck all hopes for reconciliation


08 October, 2010

'A More Open China'

Dalai Lama

'Awarding the Peace Prize to Liu Xiaobo is the international community’s recognition of the increasing voices among the Chinese people in pushing China towards political, legal and constitutional reforms'


21 August, 2010

Need To Be Direct

B. Raman

Our recognition of Tibet as a part of China should not mean our silence on all matters relating to His Holiness and the Tibetan people.


11 July, 2010

Countering China

B. Raman

Even if the foreign secretary's visit to meet the Dalai Lama was not connected with the Chinese decisions announced during Mr Zardari's visit, it is important for India to let China know its indignation


20 April, 2010

In Tibet's Hour Of Need

B. Raman

Post the earthquake in the Qinghai Province, the birthplace of the Dalai Lama, Tibetan monks appeal that he be allowed to visit to "offer salvation for our dead and prayers for the victims."


18 April, 2010

Controlling Reincarnation

B. Raman

'The Chinese are determined to ensure that the reincarnation of His Holiness, when he dies, will take place as laid down by the party and the Government and that God and the people will have no say'


06 April, 2010

The Big Bhai Is Watching You

Outlook Web Bureau

If it is Hindi-Chini bhai-bhai, the Chinese bhai definitely seems to have a frightening reach over sensitive and critical information impinging on Indian national security


24 February, 2010

A Witch’s Cauldron

Bertil Lintner

Beijing’s fury about the Dalai Lama’s recent meeting with President Barack Obama is a fresh reminder of China’s sense of vulnerability over Tibet and the role India plays in hosting the Tibetan leader


Photo Gallery

A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

PTI Photo

A health worker collects swab sample of a woman for COVID-19 test, amid concerns over rising Omicron cases, in Gurugram.

PTI Photo

Traffic jam on a road at Shalimar Bagh during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/ Shahbaz Khan

The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/ Shahbaz Khan
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