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Tibetan exiles commemorate 100 years of Shimla Convention
Violence in Gaza "unthinkable", says the Dalai Lama
Tibetan commerce body holds two-day workshop for young entrepreneurs
Reports of Dalai Lama being unwell not true, says a close aide
Tibetan legislators lobby Indian MPs for Tibet
Three Tibetans arrested in Sog County
Tibetan monk commits suicide in protest against religious repression
Chinese activist Hu Jia beaten up by 'plain clothed men'
Tibetan monk freed after serving sentence
Congressman Pitts ask China to open Tibet
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Shamar Rinpoche passes away
TYC shunned from Kalachakra social service opportunity due to independence?
Lone beauty takes it all, Miss Tibet 2014 declared, unopposed
Tibetan MPs express concern over asylum issues in Europe
Nepal rescinds permission for Buddhist leader's cremation
Tibetan PM at Modi's oath-taking angers China
Karmapa leaves on maiden Europe tour
Censorship blocks Govt paid Chinese netizens over Jolie's remarks
Dalai Lama arrives in Ladakh
Dalai Lama speaks out against caste based discrimination in Zanskar
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09 July 2014
Tibetan writer Woser and husband under house arrest as Kerry arrives
A Beijing based Tibetan writer and her Chinese husband Wang Lixiong have been put under house arrest to prevent the couple from attending an event at the US Embassy residence in Beijing as US Secretary of State John
08 July 2014
American professor denied entry, blacklisted for supporting jailed Uighur professor
China has denied entry to an American professor who teaches Tibetan History at the Indiana University for his support for a jailed Uighur Professor Ilham Toti despite having a valid Chin
07 July 2014
Tibetan rights group releases two new reports
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) today released two reports titled “Nyamdrel Gyaltsog Ki Trim Yig Khag” (A Collection of United Nations’ Conventions) and “Sota Chen Ki Mangtso
Dalai Lama urges Buddhists to stop violence against Muslims
His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Sunday urged Buddhists in Myanmar and Sri Lanka to stop violence against Muslims
06 July 2014
Tibetan exiles celebrate Dalai Lama's 79th birthday
Around five thousand Tibetans and supporters today participated in the official celebrations of the 79th birthday of the Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the Tsuglakhang courtyar
04 July 2014
Four Tibetans continue to be held for leading Chabcha mining protest
Four of the 27 Tibetans detained last month for protesting against an “illegal” mining by Chinese miners in Chabcha County in Tsolho (Hainan) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture are still held in detention for leading the
03 July 2014
TYC shunned from Kalachakra social service opportunity due to independence?
As thousands of devotees converge in the picturesque Ladakh for the 33rd Kalachakra initiations by the Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the largest Tibetan NGO known for its social service during th
02 July 2014
9 arrested in anti - mining protests in Dechen County
At least nine Tibetans have been arrested by Chinese police in Dechen County in Tibet’s Kham region following protests against mining operations in Martak village in Yama township on Monday. A Tibetan sour
Taktsa monastery's chapel gutted in fire
A massive fire broke out at the Taktsa Gon Geden Tashi Choesang ling in Zoege County in Sichuan province on Monday, reported the Tibet Times. The exact cause and the extent of damage to property have
01 July 2014
HRW asks China to end nationwide crackdown on activists
The New York based right group Human Rights Watch has asked China to release activists arrested prior to the tense 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre
30 June 2014
RSS leader assures help from new government
A senior leader of the Hindu nationalist group Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Indresh Kumar today met with the Tibetan Prime Minister Dr Lobsang Sangay here before interacting with local Tibetans at
Indian army foils PLA's incursion attempt at Pangong
With less than a month since Chinese foreign minister visited India reports have emerged of several attempts by Chinese soldiers to enter Indian waters at the scenic Pangong lake, according to the Press Trust of
North America RTYCs meet in Madison
A two day 14th Annual Working Committee meeting of North America Regional Tibetan Youth Congress (NARTYC) started on Saturday in Madison, Wisconsin. Representatives from seven regions – San Franci
28 June 2014
Indian lawyer concludes 48 hr fast for Tibet
Vishwa Purush Tulsi, a lawyer and founder of Tibet Liberation Front, called upon his fellow Indians to consider Tibetans as guests in their country instead of refugees. “After Chinese invasion, Tibetans led by His Holiness the Dala
27 June 2014
Dalai Lama speaks out against caste based discrimination in Zanskar
The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Wednesday concluded teachings and Avalokiteshvara initiation in Padum, Zanskar, calling upon the local people to eliminate the practice of caste
Tibetan nun released at midnight to avoid welcome ceremony
Chime, who was working as a nurse in a clinic in Lamdrok Nunnery, was arrested with her helper nun Choega on their way to L
No bail for Khenpo Kartse, lawyer denied meeting
Amid growing concerns over the health of a Tibetan Buddhist leader who was arrested in December last year Chinese authorities have told his lawyer that the charges against his client have been changed from ‘end
26 June 2014
TCHRD observes International Day against torture
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD) today observed the International Day in Support of Torture Victims and screened the first cut of a documentary film titled “Through flesh and bones
25 June 2014
A Tibetan arrested for desecrating Chinese flag released
A Tibetan political prisoner has been released from Pawo Tramo prison in Nyingtry County in Kongpo after serving three years of prison term on Sunday but asked to report to local authorit
Spanish courts drop case against Chinese leaders, China welcomes
In a setback to the Tibetans and supporters, a Spanish court on Monday dropped two judicial investigations against former Chinese leaders under a new law that allows Spanish courts to pursue cases only if the accu
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 Latest News Discussions
China arrests popular Tibetan singer after packed concert (10:05, 27 May 2014)
TYC condemns protests against Dalai Lama by Shugden followers (22:05, 26 May 2014)
Historical texts reveal Tibetan solution (17:05, 24 May 2014)
Arunachal Buddhist lama found hanging in Delhi Apt (01:05, 24 May 2014)
31 dead, 90 injured in Urumqi blasts (14:05, 23 May 2014)
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China arrests popular Tibetan singer after packed concert (1)
Tibetan exiles commemorate 100 years of Shimla Convention (0)
Nepal rescinds permission for Buddhist leader's cremation (0)
TYC shunned from Kalachakra social service opportunity due to independence? (0)
Indian lawyer concludes 48 hr fast for Tibet (0)
THE DIALECTICS OF BEING SHEEP – by Jamyang Norbu (0)
Spanish courts drop case against Chinese leaders, China welcomes (0)
Tashi Dhondup becomes the newest member of Tibetan parliament (0)
Misinformation About the Middle Way Approach (0)
US professors call for an end to ties with Confucius Institutes (0)
A "Partial-Middle Way" Campaign is Launched in Dharamsala (0)
Shamar Rinpoche passes away (0)
Censorship blocks Govt paid Chinese netizens over Jolie's remarks (0)
Dalai Lama prays for Tiananmen victims, Tibetan exiles remember June 4, 1989 (0)
A Tibetan political prisoner released (0)
 Latest Photo News
Monks repairing road leading towards Tsuglakhang before the arrival of the Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama from New Delhi. Incessant rain has caused the roads to wear out leaving huge potholes often leading to accidents. July 21, 2014/Phayul Photo/Kunsang Gashon
7 Petitioners lie on the pavement outside offices of China Youth Daily, after they drank pesticides to commit suicide. 12 people are being treated in hospitals after two separate incidents of mass suicide bids to publicize forced acquisition of land by government/16-7-2014, Telegraph
Incessant rain in Tibet's capital Lhasa has led to flooding in various parts of the city, including the sacred Jhokhang Temple/Photo/Lhasa Sonam's FB page
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Who’s the Boss?: China’s White Paper on Hong Kong
THE DIALECTICS OF BEING SHEEP – by Jamyang Norbu
THE SOUND OF ONE HAND GRASPING – Jamyang Norbu
Misinformation About the Middle Way Approach
A "Partial-Middle Way" Campaign is Launched in Dharamsala
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A Way Ahead: Human Approach to a Peaceful World
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