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EC clarifies penalties for violation of election rules
Tibetan exiles celebrate 55th Democracy day
Ambassador Saperstein calls for religious freedom in Tibet
Tibet never a part of China but Middle Way still a viable solution, says CTA
‘Game Changers’ conference by TED concludes
34th Kalachakra postponed to 2017
Whereabouts of arrested Rebkong monk still unknown, family worried
DIFF 2015 to screen film on Tibet self immolations
49th day post-death prayer for Trulku, vigil for latest self immolator
Dharamshala beats Shimla to become first ‘Smart City’ in the state
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Tibetans angered by 50 Cent's use of self immolation image
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
Tibetan Settlement Office re-awarded contract to clean McLeod
34th Kalachakra postponed to 2017
Ticketing website for Dalai Lama event crashes, foreign misdoing suspected
China will never accept Middle Way Approach: UFWD
Dharamshala beats Shimla to become first ‘Smart City’ in the state
EC in limbo as CTA, PM candidate engage in public spat
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11 August 2015
Two leopard cubs found in Hunsur Rabgyaling Tibetan settlement
The cubs, believed to be only a few weeks old, were handed over to local forest department authorities for expert help and rehabilitation. The forest officers are in search of their mother who, some fear, might have lost its way
Hot air balloon named ‘Tashi’ soars high despite China gag
A hot air balloon named ‘Tashi’ which means good luck in Tibetan flew over Bristol, UK taking part in the 37th edition of the ‘Bristol International Balloon Fiesta’ last week despite objection by Chinese government on severa
10 August 2015
Medium of Gadhong state oracle passes away, CTA mourns
The medium of one of the state oracles of Tibet has passed away on Sunday at the age of 78, the official website of the Tibetan government in exile (officially known as Central Tibetan Administration) repor
08 August 2015
Right group demands probe into Tulku's death, family cut off from exile relatives
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy has reiterated its call for an independent and impartial investigation into the mysterious death in Chinese prison of a prominent Tibetan Lama serving a life
07 August 2015
Livelihood clampdown on Tibetans in Diru County
In a bizarre imposition of yet another policy, the Chinese authorities have laid “absurd” conditions to clamp down on the livelihood of Tibetans living in the Driru County, a hotbed for anti government protests by Tibeta
06 August 2015
Last year's Kardze lone protester rearrested ahead of Dalai Lama's 80th birthday
A Tibetan who was detained briefly last year for carrying out a solitary protest in the main market of Kardze County has been arrested again last month, days ahead of the 80th birthday of the exiled Tibetan leader His Holiness
Inroads near Lhasa set fears of new mining projects in Gyama valley
A new road venture leading to the Gyama valley by a Chinese road construction company in Medro Gungkar County, near Lhasa (Tibetan Autonomous Region) has become a concern for local Tibetans who fear a new
05 August 2015
Campaign season looms in exile Tibetan world
With the deadline for registration for the 2016 Tibetan elections just ten days away the political climate in exile communities have charged up as candidates declare their running and supporters preparing for campai
04 August 2015
EC in limbo as CTA, PM candidate engage in public spat
As campaigning for election to the highest office in the Tibetan exile government gripped the Tibetan world, the first election-related public controversy highlighted the need for better clarity on campaign rules, particularly on the use of government media machinery to give those in power an edge over
Row over origin of a 'Tibetan' canine breed
A dispute over the origin of a particular breed of dog called Shih Tzu has been in contention since few days with the Shanghai based ‘China Canine Union’ pushing for the origin to be reclassified as China and not
03 August 2015
Tibetans rubbish Chinese claim over Dalai Lama reincarnation
China has yet again accused the Tibetan leader Dalai Lama of "personalizing" the issue of his reincarnation leading to angry reactions from the Tibetans and supporters who rubbished it as yet another political gimmick to
02 August 2015
Tulku Tenzin Delek's sister, niece released
In what comes as a relief to Tibetans and activists, the sister and niece of the Tibetan Buddhist figure whose suspicious death in a Chinese prison last month shook the Tibetan world have been relea
01 August 2015
Tibetans, right groups rue IOC awarding Winter Olympics to Beijing
Despite continued protests from human rights advocates including Tibetan groups Beijing on Friday won the bid to host 2022 winter Olympics, beating Almaty by 44 votes to 40 with one abstention. The International
31 July 2015
Rungye Adrak released after eight years in prison
The Tibetan nomad who took Chinese officials and police by surprise at an annual horse racing festival in Lithang with his speech demanding the return of the exiled Tibetan leader to Tibet and release of the jailed Panchen
Prominent Chinese artist denied UK visa
China’s best known artist and a fierce critic of the authoritarian government in Beijing, Ai Wei Wei, has said the denial of six month visa to him by UK is a denial of his rights as an ordinary citizen. "This
30 July 2015
CTA recruitment policy draws mixed reactions
The Public Service Commission of the exile Tibetan government (Central Tibetan Administration) which is responsible for the recruitment of staff and their training yesterday held interview for Tibetan youth asp
29 July 2015
TYC hold 'Lobby day’ at 46th Working Committee Meeting in the Capital
The largest pro independence group of the Tibetan Diaspora, which concluded its 46th Working Committee Meeting in the Indian capital today, devoted the fourth day to engage in lobbying efforts to draw support to the
All religions convey peace, says Dalai Lama in Ladakh
The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama has said the purpose of great treatises of Buddhism like Kangyur and Tengyur are not to be merely objects of devotion or to be occasionally recit
28 July 2015
Kalam’s death an irreparable loss, says friend Dalai Lama
The Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama, currently on 5 day visit to Ladakh, has expressed sadness over the passing away of former Indian President Abdul Kalam, 83, of cardiac arrest on Monday in
27 July 2015
Three Tibetans arrested in Serta
Reports have emerged of arrests of three Tibetans including a monk in connection with celebrations of the exiled Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 80th birthday last month in Serta County, Sichuan
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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)
EC in limbo as CTA, PM candidate engage in public spat (1)
Billboard defaming Dalai Lama taken down in NYC (1)
TYC chapters meet for 46th Working Committee Meeting in Delhi (1)
RANGZEN SPRING II (1)
Tulku Tenzin Delek's sister, niece released (1)
Tibetan PM launches MWA documentary, app for Tibet Online TV (1)
Trulshik Rinpoche's reincarnation recognized (1)
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama joins Swami Guru Sharanand-ji Maharaj (to his right) and members of Karshni Ashram for lunch in Trimbakeshwar, Maharashtra, India, August 31, 2015. Photo/Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL
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)
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 Latest Opinions
Interesting correspondence between the Dalai Lama and Nehru (1960)
Why Dr. Lobsang Sangay Again?
RANGZEN SPRING II
A Response to the Open Letter to Tsering Kyi
HEARING THE FIRST BIRDSONG OF RANGZEN SPRING
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A Way Ahead: Human Approach to a Peaceful World
Green is In…Red is Out
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 Latest Interviews
Advancing Disability Rights by Expanding our Understanding:Interview with Ling Choktul Rinpoche
In Conversation with Loten Namling
Q&A with Tibetan writer Tsering Namgyal
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