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New Delhi's delicate dance over Tibet

As Beijing grows stronger, India shows China respect but will not abandon Dalai Lama

| India

Commemoration of 60 years of exile in India by the Dalai Lama and his followers has highlighted a big dilemma for New Delhi -- how to remain hospitable to its guests in the face of China's growing power and assertiveness.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has been criticized for curbing some of the resident Tibetan refugees' more strident anti-China public demonstrations and displays.

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