[PTI] ITANAGAR, April 23 – “Will naming Beijing as Mumbai make China’s capital an Indian territory,” asks the president of Arunachal Chamber of Commerce and Industries summing up the mood of locals on China renaming places in Arunachal Pradesh.
Shashi Tharoor, The Korean Herald | April 12, 2017
Relations between India and China haven’t been particularly warm in recent months.
PTI | April 4, 2017
NEW DELHI: Amid persistent Chinese objections to the Dalai Lama’s trip to Arunachal Pradesh, India said on that no “artificial controversy” should be created around the Tibetan spiritual leader’s visit.
Ishaan Tharoor, The Washington Post | March 29, 2017
The Scottish Parliament has backed a second bid for secession from Britain, approving a motion that supports making a formal request to Westminster for the powers to hold a new referendum on independence.
Sohil Sehran, Hindustan Times| March 29, 2017
NOIDA – The Noida office of a mobile phone company witnessed high drama on Tuesday after an employee of the company, a Chinese national, tore and threw an Indian flag in a dustbin.
Amit Dasgupta, Hindustan Times | March 23, 2017
I have long admired His Holiness the Dalai Lama. I continue to do so.
NDTV | Edited by Malini Chatterji | March 07, 2017
BEIJING: China’s Foreign Ministry called the Dalai Lama a “deceptive actor” on Tuesday, after the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader said in an interview that Chinese hardliners have parts of their brains missing.
AFP | March 1, 2017
BEIJING: ISIS terrorists from China’s Uighur ethnic minority have vowed to return home and “shed blood like rivers”, according to a terror-tracking firm, in what experts said marked the first ISIS threat against Chinese targets.
PTI | February 17, 2017
BEIJING: A US university headed by an Indian-origin academician has rejected call by Chinese students to withdraw invitation to exiled Tibetan leader the Dalai Lama but assured them that his speech would have nothing to with politics.
By Hyunjoo Jin and Joyce Lee | February 17, 2017
SEOUL – Samsung Group chief Jay Y. Lee was arrested early on Friday over his alleged role in a corruption scandal rocking the highest levels of power in South Korea, dealing a fresh blow to the world’s biggest maker of smartphones and memory chips.