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Dalai Lama
India  /  Published 05.05.19

Noodles and Nehru’s nod

Gyalo Thondup, the Dalai Lama’s brother whose noodles factory burnt down here on Saturday, had learnt to make the strips of flour paste from his mother at the age of five at his native village of Ta...
By Vivek Chhetri in Kalimpong

India  /  Published 14.07.19

China warning over meddling on Dalai successor

The successor of the Dalai Lama has to be decided within China and any interference by India on the issue will impact bilateral ties, Chinese officials have said. In the first clear assertion on the s...
By PTI in Lhasa

India  /  Published 02.01.20

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By PTI in

Opinion  /  Published 20.11.19

The knotty history of the McMahon Line

Friends can turn into enemies and enemies can become friends, but neighbours will remain neighbours. This truism is often neglected at the cost of peace-building. Hence this revisit of the McMahon Lin...
By Pradip Phanjoubam in

Opinion  /  Published 29.04.19

China's large-scale rewriting of history

On March 26, the Press Trust of India reported that the People’s Republic of China has destroyed some 30,000 old maps. Printed in China, the allegedly “incorrect” maps had depicted Taiwan as a s...
By Prabhakar Singh in

India  /  Published 10.04.19

Dalai Lama hospitalised with chest infection, condition stable

Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, has been admitted to a private hospital in Delhi with a chest infection and his condition is stable, hospital sources said on Wednesday. The Dalai Lama, 83, ...
By The Telegraph in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 07.04.19

Close down all the fountains

Sir — Belgian authorities have rightly altered the mechanics of Manneken-Pis, the famous pissing boy who symbolizes going with the flow. The water that comes out of his bronze bladder will now be re...
By The Telegraph in

People  /  Published 02.03.19

A life worthy of a biography

At a time when race, religion, colour, caste, gender and nationality are so important in defining a person’s identity, the life of Freda Bedi, who broke glass ceilings and crossed boundaries at ever...
By Sajeda Momin in

India  /  Published 19.05.19

Dalai Lama says China leader wanted to meet him in 2014: report

The Chinese president had agreed to meet the Dalai Lama during a state visit to India in 2014, The Observer has reported. It added that the plan was quashed by Delhi, according to the Tibetan spiritua...
By The Telegraph in Calcutta

Opinion  /  Published 20.07.19

LGBT red flag in Poland

Sir — At least 30 towns and villages in Poland have declared themselves ‘free of LGBT ideology’. Swidnik was the first to declare its homophobic leanings in this staunchly Catholic country. The ...
By The Telegraph in


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