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Hu Jia, who publicises human rights abuses across China, has been accused of inciting subversion of state power.
Campaigners say his arrest shows that China is not keeping its promise to improve human rights ahead of this year's Beijing Olympic Games.
Thu Apr 3, 2:23 AM ET
KATHMANDU (AFP) - Nepal needs to take stronger measures to prevent daily protests by Tibetan refugees in Kathmandu, China's ambassador to Nepal said in a statement Thursday.
China wants Nepal to "safeguard the dignity of the law, and take severer measures to prevent those political organisations from organising and implementing illegal political activities," Ambassador Zheng Xianglin said.
Bruce Loudon, South Asia correspondent | April 03, 2008
INDIA yesterday bowed to intense pressure from China and warned the Dalai Lama, who has lived in exile in the Indian city of Dharamsala for the past 50 years, to "keep out of politics" while in the country.
In a delicate balancing act, India enjoys a trading relationship with China expected to be worth $US40 billion ($44billion) this year, while also hosting the Tibetan leader, his government-in-exile and followers.