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- Dalai Lama Holds Talks With Canada (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 30, 2007)
Canadian leader Stephen Harper became the country's first prime minister to hold formal talks with the Dalai Lama, in defiance of China's warnings of harming Sino-Canadian relations.
- Hu's China - Iii (OutLook, B. Raman , Oct 27, 2007)
In a despatch on October 21, 2007, the state-owned Hsinhua news agency of China reported as follows:
- Sino-India Border: Beijing Favours Mutual Concessions, Adjustments (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 26, 2007)
China on Thursday for the first time publicly said “mutual concessions and adjustments” were a must to reach an early deal on the vexed boundary issue with India for which the two governments have set up a Working Group to prepare a framework agreement.
- India, China Making Progress In Border Negotiations: Mukherjee (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 26, 2007)
India and China have established a Working Group to prepare a framework for the settlement of their vexed boundary issue, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee announced on Thursday.
- Kashmir Integral To The India Story (Tribune, Editorial, The Tribune, Oct 26, 2007)
Today the relationship between India and the state of Jammu and Kashmir completes sixty years. It was on this day, October 26, 1947, that the ruler of the state, Maharaja Hari Singh, signed the Instrument of Accession with the government of . . . .
- Chinese Soldiers Seal Off Tibet Monastery (Asian Age, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 25, 2007)
A major Tibetan monastery has been sealed off by armed troops following an increase in security after celebrations last week over a US award for the regionâ€™s exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, an activist group said on Wednesday.
- Iaf Carrier Of Prez, Pm Turns 60 (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 25, 2007)
The IAF’s communication squadron, the official carrier of the President, Vice-President, Prime Minister, visiting heads of the states and a host of other dignitaries today turned 60 with eyes on modernising its fleet with the addition . . . .
- Karnataka’S Thriving Tibetan Settlement (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 25, 2007)
With heavy maroon robes flapping in the wind, auto-rickshaws speeding down an empty road, seated inside are three bald novices, Buddhist monks on their way to Kushalnagar to watch a film.
- Finding The Peace Within (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Oct 24, 2007)
We need to embrace a more realistic approach to dealing with human conflicts.
- India’S New Image Crisis In East Asia (Hindu, P.S. Suryanarayana, Oct 24, 2007)
Now receding is the recently “rising” profile of India in Greater East Asia, which includes Australia and the South Pacific sub-region. This is largely traceable to the perception that India’s civilian nuclear energy deal with the United States . . . .
- Sino-Indian Strategic Ties To Gain Strength Under Hu (The Economic Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 23, 2007)
Sino-Indian strategic relations are expected to get further fillip during the second innings of Chinese Communist Party chief, Hu Jintao, who is all set to offer a red carpet welcome to Congress President Sonia Gandhi here this week.
- “Religion” Mentioned For First Time (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 22, 2007)
For the first time in its history, the CPC mentioned the word “religion” in an amendment to its Constitution adopted on Sunday.
- Understanding China (Statesman, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 22, 2007)
The most important factors explaining China’s progress since the deaths of Mao Zedhong and Zhou Enlai have been the spread and quick absorption of modern Western technology under conditions of relative peace and tranquillity.
- Pm’S Top Security Aide Was In Kabul On Secret Mission (Asian Age, Rashme Sehgal, Oct 22, 2007)
National security adviser M.K. Narayanan made a secret visit to Kabul earlier this month to get a firsthand appraisal of the Taliban resurgence, soon after external affairs minister Pranab Mukherjee drew attention to the . . . . .
- India Elbowing The West (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 22, 2007)
The subcontinent's collision with Eurasia 50,000,000 years ago created the Himalayas. How come the gigantic feature took shape so fast? A theory made headlines last week. Probably, a hot mantle-plume melted the bottom half of India . . . .
- Japan To Alter Support Of U.S. In Afghanistan (International Herald Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 18, 2007)
The Japanese cabinet approved a new antiterrorism bill Wednesday that would extend a refueling mission in the Indian Ocean but curtail Tokyo's support for U.S.-led combat operations in Afghanistan.
- India's Tea Territory (International Herald Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 18, 2007)
The Himalayas rose almost out of nowhere. One minute the Maruti Suzuki hatchback was cruising the humid plains of West Bengal, palm trees and clouds obscuring the hills to come; the next it was navigating a decrepit road that squiggled . . . ..
- Bush Defends Stand On Dalai Lama, Urges China To Hold Talks With Him (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 18, 2007)
US President George W Bush defended on Wednesday his plan to appear at an award ceremony for the Dalai Lama in the face of Chinese objections and urged Beijing to open talks with the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader China views as a separatist.
- Speedy India Caused Himalayas, Says Study (Dawn, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 18, 2007)
The Himalayas and Tibetan plateau formed when a “supercontinent” broke up and the Indian sub-continent smashed at high speed into Eurasia, a study published in the British journal Nature says.
- Us Defends Bush-Dalai Meet, Says It’S A Meeting With A Spiritual Leader (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 17, 2007)
The White House vigorously defended President Bush’s plan to meet with the Dalai Lama on Tuesday, brushing aside China’s warning that it would damage relations between Washington and Beijing. Both Bush and members of Congress — who are presenting. . .
- China Protests U.S. Award For Dalai Lama (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 17, 2007)
China’s Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi on Tuesday voiced his government’s strong discontent of, and firm opposition to, the United States’ hospitality to the Dalai Lama, including the granting of a Congressional award and a planned meeting . . . . .
- Sleeping On The Job (Pioneer, Claude Arpi, Oct 17, 2007)
India is the only country whose establishment officially defines 'national interest' as a 'vague' concept. As a result, the pursuit of a vague foreign policy leads to one fiasco after another. Burma is the latest example
- China's Hand (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Oct 16, 2007)
At a recent conference of State police chiefs, the China connection to India's North-Eastern insurgency was brought out loud and clear.
- Morality Should Trounce Economic Justification (Business Line, C. Gopinath , Oct 15, 2007)
Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, met with the Dalai Lama last week.
- Shiny On The Outside (Indian Express, Coomi Kapoor, Oct 13, 2007)
Among the many puzzles of China, what strikes a visitor from India is, where are all the people in the world’s most populous country?! In India, you throw a stone in any direction and a group will surface from nowhere.
- Ladakh's Lofty Passes (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 13, 2007)
Located in northwest India’s Jammu and Kashmir state, the remote Ladakh astounds first-time visitors with its surreal landscape – craggy peaks, barren deserts, plunging gorges, turquoise-green rivers and a backdrop of ancient gompas . . . .
- China Blames Dalai Lama For India Embassy Attack (Daily Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 13, 2007)
China on Friday accused exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama of instigating an attack on the Chinese embassy in India and urged New Delhi to punish those who stormed the compound.
- India Needs Burma (Times of India, Swapan Dasgupta, Oct 13, 2007)
At the best of times, unless it emanates from the Anglosphere or Pakistan, foreign news interests only a minusculity; at the worst of times, it is ignored altogether. As such, it was hardly surprising that TV images of Buddhist monks marching . . .
- The Gods Come Calling (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 13, 2007)
It is not just the bommais, it is also golden memories that come alive as people prepare for Navaratri, finds out Pankaja Srinivasan
- Indo-China Ties Under Strain (Dawn, Jawed Naqvi, Oct 11, 2007)
In an apparent effort to derail a crucial visit to Beijing by Congress Party leader Sonia Gandhi, Tibetan protesters raided the Chinese embassy in New Delhi on Wednesday while two other seemingly unrelated events cast a shadow on Sino-Indian ties.
- Monks, Masses And Military (Frontline, S.D. Muni, Oct 10, 2007)
THE military in Myanmar looks firmly in command, having crushed the democratic protests led by monks.
- Distant Neighbours (Frontline, P.S. Suryanarayana, Oct 10, 2007)
AUNG San Suu Kyi, Nobel Peace Laureate and a celebrated democracy campaigner, is by far the best known face of the spirit of Myanmar and its hapless people.
- Chinese Intrusions In Bhutan Worry Indian Govt (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 10, 2007)
India is deeply concerned at reports of Chinese intrusions into non-delineated parts of Bhutan's northern border with Tibet and is speaking to the governments both in Beijing and Thimpu to clarify the matter, top government sources said.
- Why Paro Won’T Ditch You! (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 08, 2007)
The months of October and November are an ideal time to visit Bhutan, our beautiful and pristine neighbour.
- Winding Routes From The Roof Of The World (Telegraph, Chirosree Basu, Oct 05, 2007)
When Warren Hastings returned to England in 1785, there followed in tow two yaks.
- Gandhi On Our Minds (Hindustan Times, Editorial, Gulf News, Oct 03, 2007)
So much has been written on M.K. Gandhi that it would be presumptuous to attempt to contribute any insight into this complex personality.
- China Keeps Arms Spend Under Wraps (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 03, 2007)
Centuries ago, Chinese general and military strategist Sun Tzu proclaimed, "all warfare is based on deception". To this day, China actively pursues this strategy, keeping its defence expenditure, arms imports, capabilities and strategic intentions . . . .
- High Road To Prosperity (Telegraph, K.P. NAYAR , Oct 03, 2007)
The Northeast was last week inadvertently thrust onto the crossroads of international diplomacy.
- India Must Speak Up, Now (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Sep 29, 2007)
The massive pro-democracy demonstrations led by Buddhist monks and nuns in Burma, which have unleashed a vicious crackdown by the military junta, remind us of the demonstrations in Lhasa in 1987, when hundreds of monks took to the streets to beg . . . .
- Q&a: 'Our Credibility Is Doubted To A Certain Degree' (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 28, 2007)
The Chinese official multimedia news agency, Xinhua, boasts 75 million stories and two million photographs in its kitty, the largest Chinese media database in the world. Tian Congmin, Xinhua head, talks to Narayani Ganesh on how the media in China . . .
- Sukhoi Base In East To Counter China (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 28, 2007)
As part of the counter-measures against the Chinese build-up of military infrastructure in the Tibet Autonomous Region and south China, India will progressively base squadrons of its most potent fighter Sukhoi-30MKIs in the eastern sector from 2008-2009 o
- Dalai Lama Meets Angela Merkel (Hindu, VAIJU NARAVANE, Sep 28, 2007)
Chancellor Angela Merkel became the first German head of state to officially receive the Dalai Lama when she held an hour- long meeting with him in Berlin on Wednesday.
- Crackdown Begins (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 27, 2007)
About 300 monks and activists were arrested across Yangon, according to an exile dissident group, and reporters saw a number of monks who are highly revered in Myanmar being dragged into trucks.
- The Ungood Earth (Times of India, NARAYANI GANESH, Sep 25, 2007)
The story of superlatives in China is not only about population numbers.
- Tibetans Fear Further Marginalisation (Tribune, Anita Katyal, Sep 25, 2007)
Known for its remoteness and inaccessibility, the mystical and mysterious land of towering Buddhist monastaries and robed lamas, Tibet today stands on the cusp of change.
- Voyage Of Discovery (Deccan Herald, Bala Chauhan, Sep 24, 2007)
This book is about the religious dilemmas a Muslim woman faces.
- Stairway To Heaven (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 24, 2007)
The months of October and November are just the right time to visit Bhutan, our beautiful and pristine neighbour.
- China Pushes South, Says Remove Bunkers (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 20, 2007)
Moves by the Chinese army along the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet trijunction, culminating in a demand for removal of two Indian army bunkers near an outpost called Batang La, indicate that Beijing is pushing south for more elbow room in the area . . . .
- Nepal Polls No Sure Thing (Asia Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 19, 2007)
All things being equal, as many as 17.6 million Nepali voters could conceivably to go the polls on November 22 to elect a Constituent Assembly to draw up a new constitution.
- Do We Know Who Are Our Foes? (Pioneer, Claude Arpi, Sep 14, 2007)
Books about strategic studies published in India are often boring. One reason is that most of them turn out to be an apology for Jawaharlal Nehru's foreign policy:
- Asia’S Strategic Triangle: China-India-Japan (Hindu, Ramesh Thakur, Sep 14, 2007)
The three Asian giants can transform Asia into an area of peace by thinking creatively and cultivating relations based on complementary interests and realistic expectations rather than the deadweight of history or the baggage of naive idealism.
- Hunt For Profit (Frontline, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 14, 2007)
As a hugely profitable business the world over, illegal trade in wildlife is growing while the rate of conviction for the crime remains low.
- Indian Farmers Oppose Giant Buddha Statue (Daily Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 12, 2007)
Kushinagar has yet to see violence related to the Maitreya Project, but anxiety over the plans remains
- Indian Farmers Oppose Giant Buddha Statue (Christian Science Monitor, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 11, 2007)
In the middle of a village square about a mile from the northern Indian town of Kushinagar, where Buddha died nearly 2,500 years ago, dozens of semiliterate, poor villagers chanted in unison last week through the humid night.
- Us Wanted India To Blow Up Chinese Installations (Dawn, Editorial, Dawn, Sep 11, 2007)
The United States had asked India to threaten China with military action in 1964 if it did not remove defence installations from Tibet, Zeenews said on Monday, quoting a new book.
- It’S Time To Take Sides (Indian Express, Tavleen Singh, Sep 10, 2007)
Only a country that has been Third World and second rate for as long as India has could be frightened by a naval exercise. So frightened that the communist parties took to the streets waving placards that evoked memories of their Cold War angst.
- The Culture Of Spirituality (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 10, 2007)
This book is a personal account of a pilgrims physical and spiritual journey in the little town of Dharamsala.
- From Lenin To Gucci (Asian Age, Suhel Seth, Sep 10, 2007)
There are obvious lessons to be learnt from Russia. That Lenin (without turning in his grave) can actually face up to Gucci without turning in his rather unfrequented grave.
- Buddha Mil Gaya (Deccan Herald, Abhay Kumar, Sep 08, 2007)
As part of a cultural and religious exchange programme, a strong contingent of 110 delegates from five Buddhists countries visited Bihar to re-discover the land of Buddha.
- Iaf To Boost Defence Along Eastern Skies (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 07, 2007)
The IAF has formally closed down its airbase at Tezpur in central Assam, in order to make it fit for the state-of-the-art Sukhoi 30s and other new generation combat aircrafts that it is likely to induct by 2012.
- Left Wills A Navy Cut (Pioneer, Priyadarsi Dutta, Sep 06, 2007)
Economy and education were two sectors of governance that Indian Communists used to mutate in the past. The nation's foreign policy too betrayed a Communist imprint during the Cold War.
- One Killed, Seven Missing In Avalanche In Tibet (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 06, 2007)
One person was killed and nine others were seriously injured when a avalanche hit a village of Bomi County in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, state media reported on Thursday.
- Save The Dainty Gazelle (Tribune, Baljit Singh, Sep 05, 2007)
There was an interesting zoological brief on the Chinkara, titled “An endangered species”, carried on the front page of The Tribune on Aug 25, 2007. But the accompanying photography was that of a cheetal stag, an error which is rather surprising in. . .
- Dalai Lama Backs Major Tibet Research At British Varsity (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 05, 2007)
The Dalai Lama has extended his support to a major 10-year research project at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, that will explore the close relationship between religion and politics in Tibet.
- Arabian Sea Could Turn Into Chimney For Nitrous Oxide (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Sep 04, 2007)
If the present warming trend continues, it would have far-reaching consequences on the ecosystem of the Arabian Sea, says biological oceanographer Joaquim Goes.
- Ladakh Heritage Figures Nowhere On Jammu-Kashmir Map (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 04, 2007)
While Ladakh has some of the world’s richest heritage sites, attracting tourists from across the world, it figures nowhere on the radar of the J&K Government’s own Directorate of Archives, Archaeology and Museums.
- China Bans Reincarnation Of Living Buddhas Without Nod (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 03, 2007)
In an extraordinary move that has long-term implications particularly for India, China has banned the reincarnation of living Buddhas without state permission.
- Nuked By Bad Taste (Telegraph, RAMACHANDRA GUHA , Sep 01, 2007)
In recent years, there has been a sharp decline in standards of political debate in India. In and out of the parliament, issues concerning the public good are rarely discussed logically or dispassionately.
- Rapid Melting Of Tibetan Glaciers Will Have A Catastrophic Effect, Says Manmohan Singh (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 31, 2007)
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday expressed concern over the rapid melting of glaciers in the Tibetan plateau. “If the glacier system in Tibet and Indus rivers melts, then it will have a catastrophic effect because of the linking of . . . .
- India Turns To China For Help On Glaciers (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 31, 2007)
Faced with the spectre of receding Himalayan glaciers wreaking havoc with regional ecology, India has taken up the issue with China for a joint solution to the problem of climatic change, the Rajya Sabha has been informed on Thursday.
- Absurd Ban Order (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Aug 31, 2007)
China's ban on the reincarnation of Buddhist monks without Government permission has to be among the most bizarre official orders ever passed, even by standards set by the Communist Party of China.
- Threat To Tibetan Identity (Tribune, S.P. Seth, Aug 31, 2007)
What is it about the Dalai Lama which enrages China so much? Their rage was at play again during the Tibetan leader’s Australia visit. Beijing put all the pressure to stop the Dalai Lama from meeting Prime Minister John Howard and opposition . . . .
- Cia Papers - Ii (Frontline, A.G. NOORANI, Aug 30, 2007)
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Staff Study, “The Sino-Indian Border Dispute”, noted, had been “compelled to act on the proposition that it was more important (as PM) to be realistic about domestic politics than . . . . .
- Patil Rejects Demand For Pota-Like Law (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 30, 2007)
The Central government said on Wednesday that the idea of setting up a federal investigating agency to deal with terror attacks such as the recent Hyderabad blasts could no longer be brushed aside.
- Indian Fined For Selling Shawls Made Of Rare Tibetan Antelope (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 29, 2007)
A Thailand court convicted an Indian national on Monday of violating Thailand's wildlife protection law by selling shawls made of endangered Tibetan antelopes, although the trader escaped with a US$300 fine and his store remains open.
- Ringside View Of History (Hindu, Partho Datta, Aug 28, 2007)
A book of varied speeches, released strategically around Independence Day is bound to invoke the nation, as this volume does unequivocally. From the founding moment of the Indian National Congress, the editor brings us step by step to the present day.
- Indian Fined For Selling Shawls Made Of Rare Tibetan Antelope (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 28, 2007)
A Thailand court convicted an Indian national on Monday of violating Thailand's wildlife protection law by selling shawls made of endangered Tibetan antelopes, although the trader escaped with a US$300 fine and his store remains open.
- Thailand Strikes (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Aug 28, 2007)
A Thai court has convicted an Indian national of violating Thailand's wildlife protection law by selling shawls made of endangered Tibetan antelopes - although the trader escaped with a $300 fine and his store remains open.
- As India Features In Science News (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Aug 27, 2007)
The biggest problem in controlling hypertension (high blood pressure) is compliance with treatment, says an editorial in the Lancet.
- Scientists Find Uranium In Ladakh (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 27, 2007)
Scientists have for the first time found uranium in “exceptionally high concentration” in Ladakh.
- Deport Taslima (Pioneer, N Jamal Ansari, Aug 22, 2007)
Roughing up of Taslima Nasreen has once again brought up the issue of 'freedom of speech' in focus. What happened in Hyderabad was not in good taste, but who are responsible for that?
- Communism’S Black Book (Asian Age, Editorial, The Asian Age, Aug 18, 2007)
Dickensâ€™ famous A Tale of Two Cities moved between conservative London and Paris of the Terror, from which Hannah Arendt was to study the evolution of Nazi and communist totalitarianism, exploring the strange relationship between abstract . . . .
- Asian Drama (Asia Times, Sreeram Chaulia, Aug 17, 2007)
The interactions among China, Japan, India, Russia and the United States have crucial importance for Asian and global stability.
- India Has Its Own 'Soft Power' - Buddhism (Asia Times, Sudha Ramachandran, Aug 17, 2007)
As the Sino-Indian battle for influence in East and Southeast Asia intensifies, India is backing its political and economic diplomacy with soft-power diplomacy.
- The Cia Papers - I (Frontline, A.G. NOORANI, Aug 17, 2007)
A CIA Staff Study published in May on the Sino-Indian border dispute (1959-62) throws neglected light on relations between the two countries.
- Real Heroes Are Unsung (Pioneer, Editorial, The Pioneer, Aug 16, 2007)
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Independence, it's time to remember the forgotten heroes who sacrificed their lives for the country at the borders, in Jammu & Kashmir and in the North-East.
- Railway Brings New Era (Deccan Herald, Editorial, The Deccan Herald, Aug 16, 2007)
The year-old railway is changing Tibet. It is bringing easier access to fresh vegetables, but also more tourists and migrants.
- Special Article (Statesman, Rajinder Puri, Aug 16, 2007)
The Indo-US Nuclear Deal is relevant for different reasons. It will affect our energy programme.
- A Father Betrayed (Guardian (UK), Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 14, 2007)
Since independence and partition, no event has so divided the Indian people as the demolition of a mosque in the northern town of Ayodhya in December 1992.
- Al-Qaeda Threats Not Being Taken Lightly: Police (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 14, 2007)
Stating that the reports of threats issued by the Al-Qaeda recently were not being taken lightly, Special Commissioner (Security) S.B. Deol said on Monday that arrangements had been made to ensure a peaceful Independence Day celebration in the Capital.
- Death Of The Small Town (Guardian (UK), Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 14, 2007)
In 1993 I spent a year travelling around India, researching a book about small towns.
- The Best And Worst Of Times (Guardian (UK), Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 14, 2007)
The journey to Mangu Singh's family home from India's capital takes only two hours, but it's a trip to a different planet.
- Rain Fury: 19 More Killed In Hp (Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 14, 2007)
The over century-old railway station at Koti on the Shimla-Kalka track was washed away in a cloud burst and 19 persons were killed at various places over the past 24 hours as rain havoc continued in the state for the second day today.
- Counting Apples (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 13, 2007)
Thanedar is very close to Shimla, about 80 km away. In fact, with an early start you can reach just in time for a late lunch. An option, if you are running late, is to take your lunch break at the HPTDC hotel at Fagu, a little beyond Shimla.
- Tales From A Himalyan Hill Station (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 11, 2007)
High on a hotel terrace in Darjeeling, an alarming noise pierced the Himalayan mists.
- Shadow Of Brown Clouds (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 10, 2007)
The retreat of the Himalayan-Hindu Kush (HHK) glaciers is one of the major environmental problems facing Asia.
- Corrigendum (Statesman, Editorial, Statesman, Aug 10, 2007)
Rajinder Puri’s article on this page (Criminal Justice, The Statesman, 7-8 August 2007) made the following two statements ~ (a) Beant and Satwant surrendered their weapons after the shooting. Approximately 40 minutes later they were shot in cold . . . .
- Tibetans Shun Path Of Peace In Fight For Freedom (Times Online (UK), Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 10, 2007)
Thousands of Tibetans rallied in the Indian capital yesterday in the first protest of an aggressive new campaign to highlight Chinese abuses in Tibet in the run-up to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
- Terror In Tibet (Deccan Herald, Terry Reis Kennedy, Aug 08, 2007)
Unless the legitimate grievances of the Tibetan people are addressed, the situation in Tibet may deteriorate
- Shobha De: Wake Up India (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 06, 2007)
Just 10 short days before the hoopla begins (60 years of Independence), I’m playing wet blanket and saying: Wake up.
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