Mind Wars: China Punches Above its Weight

By insisting on an unconditional Indian withdrawal from Doklam plateau

Spare the Momo Please

A Tibetan snack that encloses varied flavours as well as memories, draws investment as much as political flak, it boasts of a culinary heritage that some trace to the Mongol Empire


A vivid picture of war, diplomacy and covert action which suggests that contrary to general belief, the proverbial foreign hand doesn’t have a finger in every pie

On the Wings of Happiness in Bhutan

In search of black-necked cranes

Of Mountains, Monks and Munsel-ling

The people of Spiti valley recognise what it is like for a community to survive under threat

Refuting Shangri-La

As partners in life and filmmaking, Tenzing Sonam and Ritu Sarin have been trying to overthrow clichés on Tibet

Tibetan Self-Immolations

The tally of self-immolations, since the first such protest was reported in 2009, has gone up to 85

Go Figure

Quasar Thakore Padamsee challenges his audience to piece together his play on Tibetan identity

The Mind of a Self-Immolator

On 22 March, Jamphel Yeshi, a 27-year-old Tibetan, burnt himself to death in protest against Chinese oppression in Tibet. He had decided on it 10 days ago. What happened in between?


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