India’s Union Sports Minister Boycott Asian Games Attendance in China Over Arunachali Athletes’ Visa Dispute with China

DHARAMSALA, 25 Sept: India’s Union Sports Minister Anurag Thakur cancelled his trip to attend the 19th Asian Games opening ceremony in Hangzhou, China, in protest against Beijing’s refusal to grant accreditation cards to three Arunachali wushu martial athletes, as reported by Indian Express on Saturday.

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After Biden, German Foreign Minister Labels Xi Jinping a ‘Dictator,’ Drawing China’s Protest

By Tsering Choephel
DHARAMSALA, 20 Sept: German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock recently provoked CCP when she referred to Chinese President Xi Jinping as a “dictator.” This remark led to strong protests from Beijing, with Chinese officials labelling it an “open political provocation,” as reported by CNN Tuesday.

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General Naravane’s Bold Moves: India’s Shifting Stance on China

By Tsering Choephel

DHARAMSALA, 14 Sept: Former Indian Army Chief General Manoj Naravane (retired) made headlines on Tuesday when he shared a map on “X” (formerly Twitter), that depicted regions like Tibet, East Turkestan, South Mongolia, and Manchuria as separate and occupied territories of what is considered China today. In his post, General Naravane remarked, “Finally, someone got the map of China as it really is.”

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Chinese Ambassador’s Controversial Speech Sparks Protests in Nepal

By Tsering Choephel

DHARAMSALA, 6 Sept: The speech by the Chinese Ambassador to Nepal, Chen Song, at the “China in Global Economy and its Impact in Nepal” conference on Saturday in Nepal has provoked concerns and protests among Nepalis. According to a report in The Kathmandu Post today, the address has raised alarm due to what former Nepali Ambassador to Denmark, Bijay Kant Karna, describes as China’s “hawkish and aggressive behaviour in Nepal.”

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Beijing’s Cartographic Aggression: China Draws Ire with Inclusion of Indian Regions in Controversial Map

By Tsering Choephel

DHARAMSALA, 30 Aug: China’s Ministry of Natural Resources has released a new edition of the map on Monday that includes India’s state of Arunachal Pradesh and the Aksai Chin region as part of its territory, arousing strong protest and responses from Indian ministers and army veterans.

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