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TYC activists storm Chinese Embassy in New Delhi as Xi begins India tour
Sixty Tibetan students detained in Baroda, Gujurat
Eight RTYC chapters reject TYC resolution to cancel membership
Ngodup Tsering appointed as new Education Minister, Reshuffle in TGiE
Tibetan Parliament discusses Xi’s visit to India
14 Nobel laureates urge Zuma to grant visa to Dalai Lama
Tibetans, Indians protest Xi's visit at landmark
Tibetan killed in a clash over grazing rights in Rebkong
Kargyu Dhondup is the new Chief Justice Commissioner
8th Tibetan Parliament session begins, calls on India to talk Tibet with Xi
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Tibetan nurse allege gangrape at Oberoi Hotel in Delhi by owner's staff
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Dalai Lama hopes to return to Tibet
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TYC expels executive members of eight regional chapters
13 yr old boy dies 6 days after electrocution
Tibetan activists manhandled by Chinese Embassy staff in Switzerland
President Xi likely to talk status of Tibetan government with India
Zero tolerance against rape: Tibetan PM Sangay
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21 August 2014
Leaked internal document shows China gunned down several Tibetans in March 2008 protests
A Tibetan advocacy group has exposed what it calls Chinese government’s “irrefutable evidence” against the latter’s attempt to conceal the number of Tibetans its armed forces have filled in retaliation to protests by Tibe
Two Tibetan political prisoners released on term completion
Dhamchoe Tsultrim, 42, was among several Tibetans who were arrested for their alleged involvement in self-immolation protest by Dhamchoe Sangpo on February 17, 2012. He was sentenced to two and a half years in pr
20 August 2014
Dalai Lama leaves for Germany
His Holiness the Dalai Lama today left Theckchen Choeling for Germany where he is scheduled to participate in a discussion o
Derge police firing death toll at 5, Tibetan exiles demand treatment for the injured
Three more Tibetans with gunshot wounds have succumbed to injuries as Chinese authorities continue to deny medical attention to the Tibetans injured in a firing on unarmed protesters demanding release of a loca
19 August 2014
Tibetan nurse allege gangrape at Oberoi Hotel in Delhi by owner's staff
A 28-year-old Tibetan nurse been allegedly gang-raped by two men at Oberoi Hotel in Hazrat Nizamuddin, New Delhi on August 15, India’s Independence Day. The accused duo also threatened to kill the nurse
TIPA selects new artistes after 5 years
peaking to reporters, Lobsang Samten, Artistic Director of TIPA, said the selection process was “different” from the previous ones. “Earlier when we selected dancers, we did not categorize them in any special groups. We
Tibetan succumbs to gunshot wounds while another kills self
Even as protests against indiscriminate firing into an unarmed crowd by Chinese police continue a Tibetan man has succumbed to his injuries sustained in the police firing in Denma Town in Sershul County. Reliab
TCCR “Trainers Training Programme” underway
The Dharamshala-based Tibetan Centre for Conflict Resolution today began its two-month residential training programme here at the House of Peace and Dialogue, Tibetan Children’s Vil
17 August 2014
Tibetan PM attends Tibetan sweater sellers and suppliers' meet - Ludhiana
The Tibetan Prime Minister Lobsang Sangay has said the Tibetan sweater sellers of today must uphold the ethical values in business maintained by the elder generation of Tibetan merchants ove
16 August 2014
Tibetan exiles celebrate 68th Independence Day of India
The Tibetan PM Lobsang Sangay expressed his greetings to the people of India on the 68th independence day of India. At a brief ceremony held at the Kashag Secretariat, Sangay unfurled the I
15 August 2014
Tibetan right group condemns Derge firing
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy has condemned the Chinese police firing on unarmed Tibetan protesters in Denma in Sershul County that left at least ten people with fatal in
14 August 2014
Sarah college celebrates 16th anniversary, introduces Masters Degree
The College for Higher Tibetan Studies, Sarah, which unofficially serves as a training centre for Tibetan civil servants today commemorated its 16th founding anniversary with the launch of Ma
13 August 2014
10 injured as Chinese police open fire on Tibetans in Derge
At least 10 Tibetans have been severely injured and several others arrested as Chinese police opened fire on protesters demanding release of a local Tibetan village leader in Denma town, Sershul County, Ka
Exile Tibetans responsible for fulfilling self immolators' wishes: Tibetan PM
The Tibetan Prime Minister Lobsang Sangay said that Tibetans in exile have a special responsibility -- to fulfill the aspirations of Tibetan self-immolators who had called for “the return of His Holin
12 August 2014
China allows expelled Lama to give teachings in Nagchu
Chinese authorities in Tibet’s Nagchu County have allowed a senior Tibetan Lama whom it had earlier expelled from his monastery 4 years ago to visit the monastery and give teachings and initiations to his followers las
TYC starts 45th Working Committee meeting in Gangtok
Over a hundred representatives from various regional chapters of the Tibetan Youth Congress in India, Nepal and Bhutan met on Monday for the 45th Tibetan Youth Congress Working Committee Meeting in Gang
11 August 2014
China releases two Tibetans from prison
China has freed a Tibetan environmentalist a year before the end of his five-year sentence on Friday. Rinchen Samdrup, who ran environmental NGO in mountainous Gonjo County, was jailed and sentenced in 201
Dalai Lama expresses condolences for Taiwan twin disasters
The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama has expressed his sadness over the two recent disasters in Taiwan that left around 80 people dead sand over 300 injur
09 August 2014
Tibetan writer Woser detained at Lhasa airport
An outspoken Tibetan writer who lives with her Chinese husband in Beijing told the Radio Free Asia that she was “intimidated” by Chinese authorities during questioning that lasted for three hours
Anti-Mining protest in Nangchen
Over a hundred Tibetans protested against a mining operations in Nangchen County in the traditional province of Kham earlier this week, source
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama gestures as he arrives in McLeod Ganj from Germany, Aug. 28, 2014/Phayul Photo/Kunsang Gashon
Tibetan exiles participate in a candle light vigil to pay tribute to the 5 Tibetans who died of injury sustained  in a firing on unarmed protesters demanding the release of a local chief of Shukpa village on Aug. 12. McLeod Ganj, August 20, 2014/Phayul Photo:Kunsang Gashon
Rescue workers gather around a mangled remains of a bus that plunged down a deep gorge on a mountain pass near Machu County. The bus was plying from Machu County to Tsoe town.  8 people have died, and 20 others were injured. Aug. 7, 2014/Tibet Times
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