Fifty one years after leaving the country of Tibet due to the Chinese government taking over, the Dalai Lama has not lost hope of arriving at a mutually beneficial agreement with the Chinese.
A study titled Shadow In The Clouds, compiled by Canadian and American researchers in the University of Toronto, says Indian systems were compromised
China has repeated its “warning” of “serious damage” to its relations with the United States if President Barack Obama does not cancel his planned meeting with the self-exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, in the White House on February 18, 2010.
India and China raised sharply their defence expenditure in 2009 notwithstanding the global economic depression even as most European members of the NATO are facing a pinch on defence budgets owing to their big deficits.
The government of the United States has said it will serve a formal demarche to the government of China over China’s alleged involvement in cyber-attacks against Google, Adobe Systems and several other companies.
New Delhi: Though India’s National Remote Sensing Agency (NRSA) has confirmed that China had started building a dam at the Zangmu site on the river Brahmaputra, China has reportedly denied that it was doing anything on the Brahmaputra.
Dalai Lama, the banished leader of Tibet, will visit Arunachal Pradesh, the Indian state sharing its border with China, according to an aide of the spiritual leader.