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Govt playing down Tibet policy didn’t appease China. Modi wishing Dalai Lama now a welcome change

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PM Modi wishing the Dalai Lama on his birthday is a welcome change. The Modi government’s Tibet policy has been inconsistent. Playing it down didn’t really help appease China. His Holiness and Tibetans living in India are not merely honoured guests but also a symbol of India’s diversity and large-heartedness.

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