It’s time to stand up to China over Ladakh
August 12, 2016
The people of Ladakh have for years asked for the reopening of the ancient Demchok-Tashigong route. Why is Beijing so reluctant to let people and goods flow again?
Tibet is learning the tricks of democracy
April 4, 2016
The ballots have spoken. Lobsang Sangay, the incumbent Tibetan prime minister, has been re-elected as ‘Sikyong’ (Political Leader) to lead the Tibetan refugees during the next five years.
Intolerance is rising in Jinping’s China
March 3, 2016
Members of the Communist Party of China were recently asked to ‘absorb’ the views of President Xi Jinping by learning from an article written long ago by Mao Zedong.
The Netaji files show up India’s secrecy rules
February 11, 2016
When PM Modi declassified 100 ‘top secret’ files on Netaji, the real ‘revelation’, which passed unnoticed by the news channels, was that the ‘top secret’ files contained nothing new.