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Mar 15, 2019
60 years ago the Dalai Lama escaped China-ruled Tibet: Dressed as a Chinese soldier, he walked for two days to cross over to IndiaOn 31 March the Dalai Lama walked across the border into the Indian state of Assam. "The Dalai Lama entered India on 31 March in the evening," Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru announced on 3 April
Jan 08, 2019
Chinese military equips PLA in Tibet with mobile howitzers to boost high-altitude combat capability, claims reportAfter the recent induction of lightweight battle tank in Tibet bordering India, the Chinese military has equipped its troops stationed at the Himalayan plateau with new vehicle-mounted howitzers to improve their combat capability
Nov 17, 2017
China, India discuss border issues for first time since Doka La, agree peace is vital for bilateral tiesIndia and China on Friday held their first meeting on the border consultation and coordination mechanism after the Doka La standoff.
Jun 28, 2016
After tête-à-tête with Dalai Lama, Lady Gaga reportedly 'banned' in ChinaLady Gaga met with the Dalai Lama for a talk about compassion and meditation at the US Conference of Mayors gathering in Indianapolis
Jun 18, 2016
Exiled Tibetans thank Obama for hosting Dalai Lama despite China's objectionHe said the Tibetan people were grateful to the US for encouraging dialogue between the Dalai Lama and Chinese authorities to lower tension.
Mar 02, 2016
First self-immolation of year reported in TibetA Tibetan Buddhist monk set himself on fire and died in protest against the Chinese rule, in the first such action this year
May 28, 2014
Tibetan monk flees to India after making documentary against ChinaA Tibetan monk who worked on 2008 documentary film critical of China's rule in the Himalayan region said he escaped Chinese police custody in 2012 and fled to India last week after hiding out for 20 months.
Nov 05, 2012
China to UN: Tibetan protests an 'evil attempt' to promote separatismChina strongly objected Monday to a UN critique that it must better address grievances in Tibetan areas where there have been frequent self-immolations, saying the protests are instigated by exiles in an "ugly and evil" attempt to promote separatism.