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Tibet parliament in exile asks China to withdraw army

Holding that the situation in Tibet continues to deteriorate, Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile on Wednesday urged visiting Chinese President Hu Jintao to withdraw large reinforcement of military from......

Tibet dispute:Dalai Lama offers to work with China

Kasur Lodi Gyari, the special envoy of the Dalai Lama, along with four other members of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile's task force, visited China from January 26 to 31 to hold the ninth round of......

India is in a timidity trap with China

'The Panchsheel Agreement is unique in the annals of international relations as it stands out as a bizarre illustration of a prime minister trading his country's crucial national interests solely......

Brooks Report: Four failures that led to the 1962 debacle

It is well-known, and the Brooks-Bhagat report vouches for it, that the real failure for the 1962 debacle against China was not military, but political, says Ram Madhav. As the news of the leak of......

'Nalanda an international varsity, not another central university'

Noble laureate economist Amartya Sen, the chancellor of Nalanda University in Bihar's Nalanda district, has questioned the interpretation of the upcoming university as another central university......

India plans to bridge rising trade deficit with China

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will this week abandon the ongoing standoff in parliament over alleged massive losses in the allocation of coal mines by flying off to Iran to participate in the 16th......

Cricket stifles Chandigarh airport

Le Corbusier's 'City Beautiful' is seeing an unprecedented rush of private jets and VIP aircraft for the World Cup Cricket semi-final between India and Pakistan at Mohali on Wednesday. Officials......

Here's what our MPs will decide in Budget Session

Parliament met on Monday for the Budget Session, starting with the President's address. This session will likely focus on financial issues, other debates on important national issues, and......

India among the world's most corrupt nations!

India continues to be among the world's most corrupt nations. In fact, it has fallen further in the transparency index to be ranked at 87 among 180 nations. While in 2008, India was at the 85th......

Looking East via the North-East

Opening up borders between India and countries like Bangladesh can make the North-East region the fulcrum of India's 'Look East' policy, writes Jyoti Malhotra.During her meeting with a handful of......

'Traffic was not an easy film to visualise'

Scenarist duo Bobby and Sanjay (inset) have already proved their credentials with two well appreciated films -- Ente Veedu Appoontem and Note Book. Now, their latest Malayalam script,......

Making of Amelia: 'It was go, go, go all the time'

Mira Nair's Amelia was shot at many fabulous locations. She says it was important to the film that it had a sensuous look. She says she was most inspired by 'the things in life that inspired......

Bollywood says NO to Australia

In response to the recent spate of violence againt Indian students in Australia, Bollywood filmmakers have decided not to shoot films in that country. The rising attacks on......

Vettel cruises to Silverstone triumph

Germany's Sebastian Vettel ran away with the British Grand Prix in a Red Bull one-two while championship leader Jenson Button struggled home in sixth place on Sunday. Australian Mark Webber......

Olympic torch arrives in Australia ahead of protes

The Olympic torch arrived in Australia's capital of Canberra on Wednesday, landing at an air force base under the type of tight security usually afforded visiting world leaders. Hundreds of extra......

Tight security as torch arrives in New Delhi

The Olympic torch arrived at New Delhi airport early on Thursday amid heavy security because of fears members of the world's largest community of exiled Tibetans may disrupt its passage through the......

Concern mounts as torch begins Asian journey

Security forces were deployed in Pakistan's capital Islamabad on Wednesday for the visit of the Olympic torch, as safety fears rose for the relay in Australia after Chinese students called......

Dalai Lama does not support Olympics boycott

The Dalai Lama, Tibet's exiled spiritual leader, said on Friday he does not support a boycott of the Beijing Olympic Games. Asked on NBC 'Nightly News' whether he wanted the world to boycott the......

  People speak for tibet parliament

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Q. Is the share of the economic pie is the only demand of the Maoists government should be able to fulfill it by giving more attention to develop the affected areas. But if they have hidden agenda to carve out a separate Maoistan with the help of our hostile neighbors then a political solution to this problem is impossible. Give your views on this.
:  A. We are a democracy. We have elected representatives who make rules and regulations in Parliament for the economic and overall development of the...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/is-the-share-of-the-economic-pie-is-the-only-demand-of-the-m//answers/17077392

Good Citizen
Q. Identify the person : Subramanya Samy
Good Citizen:  A. DR. SUBRAMANIAN SWAMY (B. 15 SEPTEMBER 1939 AT CHENNAI, SOMETIMES SPELT ASSUBRAMANIAM SWAMY) IS A POLITICIAN FROM INDIA. HE IS ALSO A TRAINED...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/identify-the-person--subramanya-samy/17076821/answers/16727400

hitler
Q. You all must be aware about Naxal problem in India. Its been a very old n big threat to Indias internal security and recently it has taken a bigger n devastating mode. Congress govt. has always tried to shake off its responsibility saying that naxalism is d states issue but infact it has become a monster, which this govt is responsible for. I think they are not doing enough to address this problem at all. First, d \'Salva Judum\' debacle, & then d Lalgarh episode, shows that d central & state govts have gone all wrong. Indian Govt is on the \'right way\' to tackle Naxalism ?
Hitler :  A. 1) salva judum is congress initative to control naxal.instead it has yields human settlement like the one who is homeless. which is a meaningless...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/you-all-must-be-aware-about-naxal-problem-in-india.-its-been/16727315/answers/16097181

sumati gayki
Q. The Congress party since the days of Jawahar Lal Nehru has swept under the carpet unconvienent issues. All such issues like, why special status to J&K; why the J&K case was taken to UN; why country was not made strong to take on China after the fall of Tibbat;what is Kashmiryat; why did it compromise with the corruption in the system etc.,deserve to be explained by this party. This party should come out with a white paper on these issues, failing which, electorate will not give second chance to this party coming to power.
Sumati Gayki:  A. Those issues have been cleared & covered a billion times already. Well, a billion and one times doesn't hurt I suppose so I'll take the liberty...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/the-congress-party-since-the-days-of-jawahar-lal-nehru-has-s/16087080/answers/12652750

SATYAPRAKASH AGRAWAL
Q. wen this load shedding going 2 stop......????who r da 1ce 2 blame....???leaders........???ppl who steal electricity.....???or who........???
SATYAPRAKASH AGRAWAL:  A. As was expected almost all trhe answerers have made govgernment the scapegoat. While it is t rue the government is responsible but other factors...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/wen-this-load-shedding-going-2-stop......who-r-da-1ce-2-blam/12651029/answers/10092688

  Web results for Tibet Parliament
Jaswant Singh

Jaswant Singh, 76, is one of our most senior politicians. Having contested his first election in 1967, he has gone on to hold the key ministries of... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-we-tended-to-think-it-s-a-bad-dream-it-ll-go-away-but-2002-can-t-go-away-jaswant-singh-1979030
IIT, IIM MP faces challenge on Sikkim seat (Curtain Raiser - Election Special)

Gangtok, April 11 Prem Das Rai, the only parliamentarian with IIT and IIM degrees, is facing a challenge from a newly formed outfit in Sikkim's... ...

http://www.prokerala.com/news/articles/a451855.html
As Delhi goes to polls, don't miss these 30 stunning, black and white, historical photos of the national capital over 156 years

Nearly 50,000 security personnel, apart from 161 flying squads of police and video surveillance teams will be deployed as part of elaborate... ...

http://ibnlive.in.com/news/as-delhi-goes-to-polls-dont-miss-these-30-stunning-black-and-white-historical-photos-of-the-national-capital-over-156-years/463947-79.html
The other Taliban

A couple of Western diplomats from Islamabad were in Delhi the other day to probe the prospects of improving India-Pakistan ties, and to find out... ...

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/140409/commentary-columnists/article/other-taliban
Indias northeastern states neglected China

China feels that India has not only neglected its northeastern states but the unrest and insurgencies in the region geographically close to the... ...

http://hindustantimes.com.feedsportal.com/c/33818/f/608451/s/3915ea9b/sc/2/l/0L0Shindustantimes0N0Cindia0Enews0Cindia0Es0Enortheastern0Estates0Eisolated0Eneglected0Esays0Echina0Carticle10E120A53720Baspx/story01.htm

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