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Hundreds of exiled Tibetans in India took to streets today demanding China to quit the Tibet. The protest by the Council for Tibet Freedom marks the anniversary of Quit India movement against the British colonial rulers....
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darbala  

Location: new york
Subject: Quit India
Aug 13 2005 04:42 AM

Those exiled Tibetans did not listen to His HH. Dalai Lama abandoned seeking indedepence from China, rather he want autonomy.
Roy Howarth  

Location: Sydney, Australia
Subject: Unification is unacceptable
Aug 11 2005 08:17 AM

Yes, China has a lot to offer Tibetans - like religious supression, torture, imprisonment, genocide, and the list goes on. The world will only accept China's occupation if Tibetans enjoy the same freedoms in their homeland that are enjoyed in democatic, non-Communist countries around the world. Nothing less is acceptable.
Xiang  

Location: US
Subject: Quite Funny
Aug 10 2005 09:08 PM

I don't think this is possible. Tibet has just united to its mother land. How can it be possible? Tibetans stop dreaming & come in to the world of reality.

China has much to offer to Tibet.
dorji wangchuk  

Location: bhutan
Subject: all the best
Aug 10 2005 01:40 PM

i wish to the tibetans "all the best for your freedom movement" and when tibet get independent buddhism will flourish much more that now.
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