The Dalai Lama says he is ready for talks with Chinese president Hu Jintao once the current unrest in Tibet has died down, after 24 people were arrested for 'grave crimes' in the recent anti-China protests. (Report: N.Germain)
The Tibetan spritual leader called the international community to help him solve the conflict with China through dialogue while the Chinese prime minister said discussions were possible under certain conditions. (Report : Mary MacCarthy)
The Dalai Lama has accused China of committing cultural genocide in Tibet, but at the same time argues Beijing deserves to host the Olympic Games. So where do the ensuing violence in Tibet and the global criticism of the crackdown leave China?