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Two Chinas: As Beijing suppresses Tibetans, Xi Jinping preaches human rights to world leaders
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Two Chinas: As Beijing suppresses Tibetans, Xi Jinping preaches human rights to world leaders

While the human rights situation has steadily deteriorated in Tibet with the Communist Party monitoring the life of each individual through an Orwellian system, Xi Jinping preaches and promotes human rights to the rest of the world

Want to tame the Dragon? India must first bust the ‘One China’ myth
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Want to tame the Dragon? India must first bust the ‘One China’ myth

Time has come for India to start questioning China’s forcible occupation of Tibet, Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia, and most importantly, give Taiwan a diplomatic high-five.

China cancels hundres of flights, closes schools, ramps up testing to stamp out COVID-19 outbreak
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China cancels hundres of flights, closes schools, ramps up testing to stamp out COVID-19 outbreak

The latest outbreak was linked to an elderly couple who were in a group of several tourists. They started in Shanghai before flying to Xi'an, Gansu province and Inner Mongolia

Chinese police denies using force, detaining and expelling US reporter from Inner Mongolia
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Chinese police denies using force, detaining and expelling US reporter from Inner Mongolia

The Los Angeles Times said last week that its Beijing bureau chief was grabbed by the throat, pushed into a cell and held for more than four hours before being forced to leave the area

US paper says reporter detained, expelled from China's Inner Mongolia for covering tensions over new language policy
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US paper says reporter detained, expelled from China's Inner Mongolia for covering tensions over new language policy

The incident comes amid broader tensions between the US and China over journalists stationed in each other's country.

Hockey World Cup 2018: Australia begin title defence with hard-fought win over Ireland; debutants China hold England
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Hockey World Cup 2018: Australia begin title defence with hard-fought win over Ireland; debutants China hold England

Australia's quest for a record hat-trick of titles started with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Ireland in the opening Pool D match of the men's hockey World Cup in Bhubaneswar on Friday.

China successfully tests high-altitude spy drones, may help Beijing dominate 'near space'
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China successfully tests high-altitude spy drones, may help Beijing dominate 'near space'

China has successfully tested high-altitude spy drones which could help it dominate "near space", a region of the Earth's atmosphere, a media report said on Tuesday.

India must support Mongolia after China's crackdown post Dalai Lama's visit, imposition of toll tax
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India must support Mongolia after China's crackdown post Dalai Lama's visit, imposition of toll tax

China’s behavior towards her neighbours can expected to be highly irrational and bullish, with the exception of Pakistan that has surrendered her sovereignty to China

Rio Olympics 2016: Yogeshwar Dutt makes shock exit, misses out on wrestling repechage
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Rio Olympics 2016: Yogeshwar Dutt makes shock exit, misses out on wrestling repechage

Yogeshwar Dutt lost in the opening round to Mongolian Ganzorigiina Mandakhnaran whose QF defeat dashed his medal hopes of a repechage at the Rio Games.

In China's Inner Mongolia, a 'Jasmine Revolution' of sorts
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In China's Inner Mongolia, a 'Jasmine Revolution' of sorts

The killing of a Mongolian herdsman in China's wild frontier region revives tensions between development and traditional nomadic ways of life.