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Tibetan prisoner’s health deteriorating in Xining prison
China will never accept Middle Way Approach: UFWD
Tibetans protesting "unfair" allowance arrested in Nangchen
Lone protester arrested in Ngaba, Lithang protester identified
China tightening grip on Larung Gar Monastery
China imposes restriction on Reting Monastery festival
Totally retired, no connection with political responsibilities: Dalai Lama
Tibetan Settlement Office re-awarded contract to clean McLeod
Tibetan NGO on a roll with ‘Clean Water Project’
Preparation for mining operation in Zoege leaves Tibetans worried
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Tibetans angered by 50 Cent's use of self immolation image
Nepal to allow Dalai Lama's birthday celebrations
Tashi Topgyal makes it five in the race for Tibetan PM's post
Trulshik Rinpoche's reincarnation recognized
Miss Tibet 2014 to represent Tibet at Mannapuram Miss Asia pageant
Ticketing website for Dalai Lama event crashes, foreign misdoing suspected
Tibetan Settlement Office re-awarded contract to clean McLeod
EC in limbo as CTA, PM candidate engage in public spat
Two leopard cubs found in Hunsur Rabgyaling Tibetan settlement
Dalai Lama wraps up UK tour, tells protesters to research
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27 August 2015
Tibetan prisoner’s health deteriorating in Xining prison
A Tibetan man serving a ten year sentence in a Chinese prison in Xining is reported to be in extremely poor physical condition. He was among those Tibetans who had a scuffle with the Chinese policemen trying to take the charred body of Lobsang away in a waiting police
China will never accept Middle Way Approach: UFWD
In what comes as a major blow to the Tibetan exile government’s efforts of reestablishing dialogue with Beijing, China has said that the “Middle Way proposed by the Dalai Lama group” will never be accepte
26 August 2015
Tibetans protesting "unfair" allowance arrested in Nangchen
At least ten Tibetans have been arrested Wednesday following an agitation by around hundred Tibetans outside a Chinese government office in Nangchen County (incorporated into Qinghai province) in Kham, accord
Lone protester arrested in Ngaba, Lithang protester identified
She was arrested shortly after she commenced the lone protest and taken away. A source was quoted as saying, “She shouted in protest for some time before a group of police arrived at the scene and took her aw
China tightening grip on Larung Gar Monastery
In yet another onslaught at monastic population growth, the Chinese authorities have ordered Serthar Larung Gar Buddhist Institute in Serta County, Sichuan Province, to put a check on its enrollm
25 August 2015
China imposes restriction on Reting Monastery festival
The Chinese authorities in Phenpo Lhundup County have imposed restrictions on the celebration of Reting Monastery’s Phaphong Thangkor festival, a religious ceremony which happens every 12 years in the seventh
Totally retired, no connection with political responsibilities: Dalai Lama
The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama has reiterated his position of being “totally retired” from politics. In a brief interview published August 21, 2015 with Religion and Ethics Newsweekly, an affiliate o
24 August 2015
Tibetan Settlement Office re-awarded contract to clean McLeod
The decision of not renewing the Tibetan Settlement Office's contract of cleaning McLeod Ganj area by Municipal Council of Dharamshala (MCD) has backfired with residents complaining of unattended and stinking
Tibetan NGO on a roll with ‘Clean Water Project’
Around 11000 residents of McLeod Ganj have attributed a renewed importance to ‘drinking water’ as a priced commodity owing to the excess urbanization of the area without balancing counter measures and the co
22 August 2015
Preparation for mining operation in Zoege leaves Tibetans worried
Workers of a Chinese government’s mining division have forced their way near a hill considered sacred by local Tibetans of Dingwa township in Zoege County in Amdo Ngaba, Kanyag Tsering, a monk of Kirti monastery
21 August 2015
Tibetans angered by 50 Cent's use of self immolation image
The American R &B (rhythm and blues) artist Curtis James Jackson III alias 50 Cent has angered several Tibetans and supporters by posting a picture of a Tibetan man who self immolated in March 2012, on his official Insta
Tibetan political prisoner moved to hospital after complaint of 'stomach pain' in Qinghai
A Tibetan political prisoner was transferred to an emergency care facility at the Qinghai Red Cross Hospital in Xining following complaints of severe stomach pain, reported the Radio Free As
20 August 2015
Tashi Topgyal makes it five in the race for Tibetan PM's post
The race for the highest office in the Tibetan government in exile has now become a battle amongst five candidates with a former army in the Special Frontier Force declaring his candidacy for the Sikyong elections
Postal service scrutinized ahead of 50th anniversary of TAR
With the 50th anniversary of Tibetan Autonomous Region approaching, a new campaign to inspect and monitor the postal exchanges between Beijing and Tibetan Autonomous regions has begun, according to a new report by Dhara
19 August 2015
Lone Protester arrested in Lithang, elderly Tibetans beaten up in Yadzi County
Two separate incidents involving an arrest of a lone protester in Lithang County in Kham and another of Chinese police beating group of Tibetans in Yadzi County in the Tibetan Autonomous Area have emerged from i
18 August 2015
Nomad woman arrested in Ngaba after solo protest
A Tibetan woman has been detained by the Chinese police on August 15 in the restive Ngaba town in Amdo following a solitary protest, according to Kanyag Tsering, a Tibetan monk of Kirti monast
Office for Tibetan Refugee Traders Association opened in Ludhiana
The Tibetan Refugee Traders Association (TRTA) has opened its office in Ludhiana, the north Indian town known for hosiery goods and supply centre for Tibetan winter garment sellers all over Ind
17 August 2015
Fresh protests and pleas over mass arrests of lawyers in China
The global outcry over the mass arrest and interrogation of lawyers, legal activists and human rights crusaders in China last month is yet to quell amid reports of ‘torture’ and ‘incommunicado detention’ of over 20 people who are still held in custody by the government.
Green book challenge to encourage voter turnout
As the Tibetans exile populace gear up for the 2016 elections for the Tibetan PM and the members of the Tibetan Parliament in exile, there is a growing awareness in the community for maximum voter turnout for the elec
Miss Tibet 2014 to represent Tibet at Mannapuram Miss Asia pageant
13 girls from Azerbaijan, Bhutan, China, India, Iran, Malaysia, Nepal, Palestine, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Tibet, Turkmenistan, UAE and Uzbekistan are participating in the first of its kind beauty pageant sponsored by Mannapuram Fin
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 Latest News Discussions
RANGZEN SPRING II (12:08, 21 Aug 2015)
Tibetan PM launches MWA documentary, app for Tibet Online TV (20:08, 17 Aug 2015)
EC in limbo as CTA, PM candidate engage in public spat (22:08, 06 Aug 2015)
CTA recruitment policy draws mixed reactions (14:08, 04 Aug 2015)
Tulku Tenzin Delek's sister, niece released (22:08, 03 Aug 2015)
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CTA recruitment policy draws mixed reactions (2)
Dalai Lama speaks at Glastonbury festival, China rebukes organizers (1)
Trulshik Rinpoche's reincarnation recognized (1)
Billboard defaming Dalai Lama taken down in NYC (1)
TYC chapters meet for 46th Working Committee Meeting in Delhi (1)
Tulku Tenzin Delek's sister, niece released (1)
EC in limbo as CTA, PM candidate engage in public spat (1)
Tibetan PM launches MWA documentary, app for Tibet Online TV (1)
RANGZEN SPRING II (1)
 Latest Photo News
Exile Tibetan PM Lobsang Sangay hoists the Indian tricolor as members of the Kashag, senior officials of the Central Tibetan Administration participate in an official function to mark the 69th Independence Day of India, Kashag Secretariat, Aug. 15, Phayul Photo
Tibetan residents of Dekyiling Tibetan Settlement, Uttrakhand, stand near a long queue of water containers as the settlement is gripped by acute water shortage this monsoon, August 5, 2015. Photo:FB Page/Dekyiling Shichak (not official page)
His Holiness the Dalai Lama whose turning 80 was celebrated world over, particularly in Los Angeles, Glastonbury and New York, over the past few weeks, arrives at Theckchen Choeling, the Tibetan leader's residential premises, McLeod Ganj, July 15, 2015, Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
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