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Tibetan occupants evicted from government houses in quake hit region
Sangay opens workshop for revised guidelines of health project
Tibet’s urban population to rise by 30% in 15 years
China forces closure of academic workshop by a monastery in Kyegudo
Noted American writer denies authorship of Op-Ed in Chinese State Paper
Dalai Lama speaks to doctors and staff at RML Hospital
Pope Francis refutes reports of Dalai Lama snub due to China fear, leaves doors open
Student group launches Tibetan flag challenge
Monks and nuns in Serthar denied passport
7th Brisbane Festival of Tibet kicks off
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Object found near Dalai Lama temple not a bomb, says security official
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Breaking: Tibetan dies after setting self on fire
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Dalai Lama accepts award from Monpas, launches Karnataka govt. project
Tibetans exiles mourn Kalsang Yeshi's death, offer khatags
Facebook's removal of post on self immolation by Tibetan writer angers exiles
Talk with the Dalai Lama, US tells China
20 yr old Tibetan woman immolates self to death
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25 January 2015
Tibetan occupants evicted from government houses in quake hit region
The Chinese authorities in a quake hit region of eastern Tibet have evicted Tibetan occupants of government issued houses, built by the government following the devastating earthquake in 2010, reported the Radio F
24 January 2015
Sangay opens workshop for revised guidelines of health project
The Department of Health of the Tibetan government in exile (known officially as the Central Tibetan Administration) today revised the guidelines of one of its major initiatives in the field of he
23 January 2015
Tibet’s urban population to rise by 30% in 15 years
China, during a government meeting on urbanization this week, announced its decision to increase the permanent urban population of Tibet by 30 percent by 2020 — a figure that represents roughly 280,000 new Chi
China forces closure of academic workshop by a monastery in Kyegudo
The Chinese authorities have forced a monastery in Kyegudo, Yulshul Tibet Autonomous Prefecture, to shut down an annual winter workshop at a school run by the monastery, reported the Voice of Tibet rad
Noted American writer denies authorship of Op-Ed in Chinese State Paper
A noted New Yorker writer and China hand has asked the staterun China Daily to remove an article published under his name saying he had not written the piece on Chi
21 January 2015
Dalai Lama speaks to doctors and staff at RML Hospital
Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama yesterday spoke on “Compassion and Ethics” to hundreds of doctors and staff of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, formerly known as Willingdon Hospital, one of
Pope Francis refutes reports of Dalai Lama snub due to China fear, leaves doors open
Pope Francis has denied cowing to Chinese pressure in not meeting the Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama during the latter’s visit to Rome in December last year for the Nobel Sum
20 January 2015
Student group launches Tibetan flag challenge
The Students for a Free Tibet has launched a campaign asking Tibetans and Tibet supporters to take up the challenge of raising the Tibetan flag, which the student group calls “one of the most recognizable symbo
19 January 2015
Monks and nuns in Serthar denied passport
Chinese authorities have stopped issuing passport to monks and nuns in Sertha County in Kardze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture to travel outside Tibet and Chin
7th Brisbane Festival of Tibet kicks off
The city of Brisbane, Australia, will bear witness to what the organizers call a “varied and engaging” experience through the Festival of Tibet, that begin tod
16 January 2015
Monks of four traditions and Bon to meet annually for religious harmony
The Department of Religion and Culture of the Tibetan government in exile (known officially as the Central Tibetan Administration) will host an annual general discussion on religion titled “Discussion amongst the four m
Human Rights deteriorating under Xi, says Freedom House report
The U.S. based human rights watchdog Freedom House in its latest report has said the state of religious freedom in China has worsened since Xi Jinping became Chinese Preside
15 January 2015
Dhingri youth released, barred from travelling
Chinese authorities have released a Tibetan youth on Tuesday, three weeks after he was arrested from the Tibetan capital Lhasa on Dec. 26, and issued strict orders banning him from travelling outside his native
14 January 2015
CTA starts trainers' Workshop on Middle Way
The Department of Information and International Relations of Tibetan government in exile (known officially as the Central Tibetan Administration) today began its three-day Community Trainers workshop
Object found near Dalai Lama temple not a bomb, says security official
Amid concerns over a suspicious package found by a Tibetan woman on the linkor road adjacent to the residence of the Tibetan spiritual leader, the Department of Security of Tibetan government in exile said that it wa
13 January 2015
Revive ancient Indian psychology, Dalai Lama tells Indians
The Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama said Indians are forgetting the ancient Indian school of thought which is "highly developed" and relevant in today's world reeling in violenc
Dalai Lama visits Mother Teresa's tomb in Kolkata
The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama arrived in Kolkata yesterday for a series of events, including a talk on secular ethics ‘A Human Approach to World Peace’ at Presidency University in Ko
Tibetan PM stuns Indian students with talk on religion
Tibetan Prime Minister Dr Lobsang Sangay on Monday received a standing ovation following his talk on “Religion in Storm or Storm in Religion”, 5th National Conclave of Indian student parliament, in the Indian city of
12 January 2015
Tibetan Minister Dolma calls on senior official of Canadian High Commission
The Home Minister of the Tibetan government in exile (officially known as the Central Tibetan Administration) called on Shannon Fraser, Immigration Program Director at the Canadian High Commission in Ne
10 January 2015
Protesters heading for Prefecture turned back by police in Luchu County
Chinese police in Luchu County have stopped over a hundred Tibetan students and parents heading for prefectural headquarters of Kanlho Tibet Autonomous Prefecture with a plea to address their concerns
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama is presented with the Santokbaa Award by Governor of Gujarat Sri O P Kohli (in red turban), for his contribution to humanity, Surat, Gujarat, India. January 2, 2015. Photo/Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL
Pema Chinjor, Tibetan minister for religion and culture speaks at a public prayer for the latest Tibetan to die after setting self of fire in Tibet, Tsuglakhang, Dec.26, 2014. Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon immolator
Tibetans and supporters gather at a candle light vigil to pay respects to Tsepey Kyi, 20, of division 4 of Meruma township in Ngaba County, Ngaba Tibet Autonomous Prefecture on Monday. (Dec. 23, 2014/Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
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