17th Karmapa cleared from currency case
The Himachal Pradesh Government in a ruling today has decided to drop the name of the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje from a charge sheet filed in connection with the recovery of currency case last year.
4.6 million year old extinct horse holds clues to the rise of Tibetan plateau
The discovery of a skeleton of an ancient three-toed horse from the Tibetan Plateau has opened new areas of study on the habitat and elevation of Tibet nearly 5 million years ago.
‘Restore freedom in Tibet’ demands twin self-immolators in last message
Details about a voice message recorded by Choephag Kyab and Sonam before their self-immolation protest have emerged in exile. The voice message, recorded in a cell phone, is reportedly being widely circulated in the Zamthang region of Ngaba,
Where is China Heading on Tibet?
You know that I have been leading the Tibetan delegation for the dialogue with the Chinese government for the last many years. But I am not here today to give you a report on my progress because there is nothing new to say on that front. My last meeting with my counterparts in Beijing was in January 2010.