CHINESE COURT

  • China: Tibetan agitators get stiff sentences March 22, 2012

    Beijing: Chinese courts have handed down stiff sentences to 11 Tibetan agitators who took part in the recent protests even as self immolation attempts by Buddhist Monks calling for return of Dalai Lama continued in Tibetan areas. Eleven people have been sentenced to jail terms ranging from three to 13 years...
  • Shanghai attack: India to summon Chinese diplomat January 2, 2012

    New Delhi: The Ministry of External Affairs will summon Chinese Deputy Chief of Mission to lodge protest over the ill treatment meted out to Indian diplomat in Shanghai, sources said. Indian embassy officials are apparently in a meeting with officials from the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing. The Indian diplomat...
  • Indian diplomat attacked in Chinese court January 2, 2012

    Beijing: An Indian diplomat was injured and hospitalised following an assault by a large group of Chinese traders in a court, as he tried to secure the release of two Indians who were held hostage by locals, demanding payment of their dues in the eastern business hub of Yiwu. S Balachandran,...
  • 30 Tibetans sentenced by China for Tibet riots April 30, 2008

    New Delhi: Six Buddhist monks were among 30 people sentenced by a Chinese court on Tuesday to jail terms ranging from three years to life for taking part in the deadly riots in Tibet. The punishments were the first to be meted out by a Chinese court against Tibetans accused of...