You cannot tell me who I can meet, Cameron warns China as his talks with the Dalai Lama threaten to cost Britain billions
Prime Minister refuses to bow to Beijing demands for apology
Downing Street says UK ministers can meet whoever they like
China invested $8billion in the UK in 2012 but row could see funds witheld
Religious freedom in Tibet worst in a decade: Report
DHARAMSHALA, May 1: A new report has placed China among the “most egregious violators” of religious freedom in the world and has found that religious freedom conditions in Tibet are “worse now than at any time over the past decade.”
Xi a ‘predator of freedom of information’
DHARAMSHALA, May 4: China’s new president, Xi Jinping has been named as a “predator of freedom of information” by the global press freedom group, Reporters Without Borders.
A Tibetan political prisoner released after serving 21 years
DHARAMSHALA, May 2: According to reports emerging from eastern Tibet, a long-serving Tibetan political prisoner, Lodroe Gyatso, now 52 was released today after enduring unimaginable torture in Chinese prisons.
Lodroe Gyatso, a dance artist and a weight lifting champion from Sog County in Nagchu Prefecture of Tibet Autonomous Region was initially sentenced to 15 years imprisonment on charges of ‘deliberate homicide’ for killing Gayoel, a Tibetan man who is known to be pro-Chinese by Nagchu Prefecture People’s Intermediate Court on 20 April, 1994.
China's new war front: Natural resource as a political tool
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, during his recent meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, asked for more openness on Chinese dam building. Singh said Xi assured him that he would have his proposal for a joint monitoring mechanism "looked into". Beijing has now conveyed its response rebuffing the transparency idea.