Fears for Nepal’s ‘invisible’ Tibetan refugees
Rani Singh, BBC News | April 27, 2015 The number of dead in the Nepal earthquake continues to rise. But how can authorities be sure about the precise number, or even know where to search for victims among the Nepalese population, when there are tens of thousands of undocumented refugees? more...
Massive Magnitude-7.9 Earthquake Hits Nepal; Widespread Damage and Deaths Reported
CNN Wire | April 25, 2015 A massive 7.9 magnitude earthquake has struck Nepal less than 50 miles from the capital, Kathmandu, the U.S. Geological Survey said Saturday. Witnesses said people were killed and injured, and historic buildings in Kathmandu had tumbled to the ground. more...
China and Pakistan launch economic corridor plan worth US$46 billion
[Reuters] ISLAMABAD, Apr 21: China and Pakistan launched a plan on Monday for energy and infrastructure projects in Pakistan worth US$46 billion, linking their economies and underscoring China's economic ambitions in Asia and beyond. more...
Exile govt trashes China’s white paper on Tibet
Naresh K Thakur, Hindustan Times | April 20, 2015 Dharamsala - Even as China's state council, in a new white paper, lauds Tibet's current "path of development" and denounces the spiritual leader the Dalai Lama as well as his "middle way approach", the Tibetan government-in-exile terms the paper an attempt to whitewash the "tragic" reality on roof of the world. more...
Tutu lands in Dharamshala to meet long-time friend Dalai Lama
Naresh K Thakur, Hindustan Times | April 18, 2015 South African anti-apartheid activist Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Saturday reached Dharamsala to meet his long-time friend and fellow Nobel Peace laureate the Dalai Lama. more...
Dragon’s game: India needs to reformulate its China policy
Brahma Chellaney, Hindustan Times|April 14, 2015 The hype over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s China visit next month is likely to obscure the underlying strategic dissonance and tensions between the world’s two most populous countries on issues extending from land and water to geopolitical aims. more...
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