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China threatens India of “serious consequences” over explusion of its journalists
Monk released after completing sentence in Zoege
3 Xinhua journalists asked to leave India after intelligence red flag
Former Miss Tibet Tsering Chungtak passes away
In conversation with the reel Dalai Lama, Tenzin Dalha
Human Rights Watch says tolerance against peaceful protest in Tibet diminishing
Latest solo protestor from Ngaba identified as Kunchok Dolma
Dharamshala NGOs rally to condemn Kalachakra by China - picked Panchen
China begins demolition of Larung Gar
Two Tibetans in Chinese contingent for Rio Olympics
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Tibetan PM withdraws Sharling's nomination from cabinet over age row
Former Miss Tibet Tsering Chungtak passes away
Four girls to vie for Miss Tibet 2016 crown
‘Fake Panchen’ to give 'Kalachakra' initiation
Tenzin Sangnyi crowned Miss Tibet 2016
Miss Tibet defends her flawed Tibetan, vows to work on it
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25 July 2016
China threatens India of “serious consequences” over explusion of its journalists
The Chinese government yesterday vehemently criticized India’s move to refuse visa permits for three Xinhua’s journalists calling it a “petty act” that can compound to “serious cons
Monk released after completing sentence in Zoege
A Tibetan political prisoner who is a monk of Thangkor Sogtsang Monastery in Zoege region has been released on July 20 after his sentence of two and half years ended, RFA re
24 July 2016
3 Xinhua journalists asked to leave India after intelligence red flag
In an unprecedented move, the Indian government has decided to expel three Chinese journalists working for the state-run news agency Xinhua after they were red flagged by the intellig
22 July 2016
Former Miss Tibet Tsering Chungtak passes away
The winner of Miss Tibet 2006, Tsering Chungtak, passed away yesterday evening in Majnu ka Tilla, a major transit point of Tibetans, New Delhi due to cardiac a
In conversation with the reel Dalai Lama, Tenzin Dalha
Only a few have been fortunate to be in the shoes of His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama, in reel life. Tenzin Dalha became the latest actor to play the Tibetan spiritual leader on camera with his rol
Human Rights Watch says tolerance against peaceful protest in Tibet diminishing
The leading rights group Human Rights Watch (HRW) in their latest report, ‘Detention and Prosecution of Tibetans under China’s Stability Maintenance Campaign’, reported that the authorities’ t
Latest solo protestor from Ngaba identified as Kunchok Dolma
The Tibetan woman who was arrested following a brief stint of solo protest against the Chinese regime in Ngaba last week has been identified as Kunchok Dolma, a mother of two. She
21 July 2016
Dharamshala NGOs rally to condemn Kalachakra by China - picked Panchen
On the day when the Chinese government - backed Panchen Lama Gyaincain Norbu begins his Kalachakra initiation or the ‘wheel of time’ teachings today at Tashi Lhunpo monastery in S
China begins demolition of Larung Gar
The Chinese authorities on Wednesday began demolition of Tibet’s largest Buddhist center, Larung Gar Buddhist Academy in Serthar County, Kardze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sic
20 July 2016
Two Tibetans in Chinese contingent for Rio Olympics
The Chinese contingent for the 2016 Olympics to be held in the Brazil next month from August 5 – 21 is set to feature two Tibetan athletes in two different event
Monk gets three-years' prison for staging solo protest
A Tibetan monk of Ngaba Kirti Monastery has been sentenced to three years’ imprisonment yesterday for carrying out a solo protest against the Chinese government on September 10, 2015 i
19 July 2016
Dalai Lama expresses shock over killings in Nice
The Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama has written to French President Francois Hollande expressing "shock and sadness at the heartbreaking deaths of more than 80 people in Nice dur
18 July 2016
Tibetan PM reiterates commitment for Middle Way Approach
The Tibetan Prime Minister (Sikyong) Dr. Lobsang Sangay, at a special briefing to the media today, elaborated on the recently concluded 28th meeting of the Tibetan Task Force on Negotiations he
Tibetan woman detained for solo protest in Ngaba
A young Tibetan woman has reportedly been detained after she staged a lone protest in the restive Ngaba Town, Ngaba County in Eastern Tibet in an apparent protest against the
Nuns create history by passing Geshema examination
For the first time in the history of Tibetan Buddhism and twenty Tibetan nuns have become the first batch of Tibetan nuns to become Geshemas, which was non existent before the Tibet
16 July 2016
‘Fake Panchen’ to give 'Kalachakra' initiation
The Chinese appointed Panchen Lama Gyaltsen Norbu regarded as the ‘fake Panchen’ by most Tibetans is set to give the foremost Buddhist teaching, the Kalachakra initiation or the ‘wheel o
Popular abbot of Nangchen freed from prison
A renowned Tibetan Buddhist leader and abbot of Jhapa Monastery in Kham Nangchen region, who was arrested two years ago, has be
Nalanda University included in UNSECO’s World Heritage list
The remains of Nalanda University has joined Mahabodhi Temple of Bodh Gaya in UNESCO’s list of World Cultural Heritage after UNESCO, a specialized agency of the UN, yesterday announced the ancient Buddhist university’s inclusion in the list at the 40th session of the Wo
15 July 2016
Kardze Tibetans urge Xi to probe woman's death
Tibetans in the restive Kardze County’s Datharma region in eastern Tibet have urged Chinese President Xi Jinping and regional government authorities to probe the death of a Tibetan woman while de
Suppression of Tibetan flag case against police dismissed by Danish court
A Copenhagen City Court has dismissed a case of imposing extra fine on the police for suppressing a protestor during a state visit by then Chinese President Hu Jintao in Jun
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama being greeted by on his arrival at Kushok Bakula Rinpoche Airport in Leh, Ladakh, J&K, India, July 25, 2017. Photo/Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL
Ven. Thupten Ngodup, the medium of State Oracle Nechung participates in the official ceremony of the Trelo Tsechu (Guru Padmasambhava's birth anniversary) conducted by the Nechung Drayang Ling monastery, Dharamsala. July 18, 2016, Phayul Photo/Geleck Palsang
President Barack Obama greets His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the entrance of the Map Room of the White House on June 15, 2016. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
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