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Protests at Chinese cell-phone company in Noida after employee 'disrespects' Indian Flag
Canada's envoy to China says trade talks won’t be at the expense of human rights
Ministry of External Affairs upholds Delhi High Court's ruling to issue Passport to Tibetans
“China using ULFA” as an extended arm to voice objection: Says India - China defence analyst
Mentseekhang celebrates 101st founding anniversary
The Dalai Lama arrives in India - 2 historical letters of 1959
Utsang Chokla calls for unity amongst three provinces at 14th General Body meeting
Tibetan Diaspora observes Tibet Lobby Day
Video shows demolition still continue at Larung Gar
Tibetan lawmakers debate on electoral reform, women empowerment
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Tibetan woman deported by Switzerland jailed in Nepal
Nepal bans ‘Tibetan Uprising Day commemorations’ again
From Dalai Lama's bodyguard to Dharamshala Municipal Councillor: Journey of a common man
Lukar's car vandalized, says his family feel 'threatened by anti-social elements'
Lukar's reference to Dalai Lama unfortunate: PM Sangay
Man arrested for spying on Tibetan refugees in Sweden
Chinese state media lauds Swiss government’s policy shift on Tibetan refugees
An Open Letter from Tibetan Students/Researchers in Exile
Setback for Tibetan women’s football team as US denies visa
Former goalie of Tibetan national football team dead, investigation on
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23 February 2017
China relentless in violating human rights, suppressing voices: TCHRD annual report
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy, the only Tibetan - run rights group, today launched one of the most comprehensive reports on the situation inside Tibet in the past
Tibetan PM unveils book by late Tibetan surgeon
This novel took over 15 years to come about and after tweaking it for years he had left it as a manuscript before he passed away,’ said the Lhamo Pempa, Daughter of posthumous novelist Dr. Tse
22 February 2017
Niece of slain Tibetan Lama addresses UN summit in Geneva
The niece of the Tibetan Lama Tulku Tenzin Delek who passed away in a Chinese prison in July 2015, yesterday recounted the accounts of her uncle’s mysterious death at the 9th Genev
Tibetan PM inaugurates residential building for ex-political prisoners
The Tibetan Prime Minister Dr. Lobsang Sangay today inaugurated Druzin Gatsel, a residential building for former political prisoners in McLeo
21 February 2017
Over 300 Tibetan women meet for maiden empowerment conference
The Central Tibetan Administration would formally observe March 12, already being observed as the Tibetan Women’s Uprising Day, as Tibetan Women’s Day, said the Tibetan Prime Minister Dr. Lo
American city adopts resolution on Tibet
An American city in the state of California has adopted a resolution for Tibet that condemns the human rights violations of Tibetans under China as well as called for the right to self
20 February 2017
Contempt petition filed against Union of India over passport issuance to Tibetans
A Tibetan photojournalist and an event management entrepreneur has knocked the doors of the Indian court once again following the latest hurdle in his quest for Indian passport – adverse police
Chinese state media lauds Swiss government’s policy shift on Tibetan refugees
The Chinese state mouthpiece Global Times in an article published today lauded the Swiss government policy to change its position on immigration of Tibetan refugees. The policy cha
US defies Chinese warning, deploys carrier to patrol disputed South China Sea
The US Navy has deployed its aircraft carrier in the disputed South China Sea for ‘routine operations’ despite China’s strong protest against the US challenging its sovereignty in the
Dalai Lama the reason for Chinese govt. move to delay AC Milan buyout?
The Chinese government has reportedly impeded a business deal of a Chinese company to buy out a major European football club from Milan due to last October’s move by the city to make the exiled Tibetan leader the Dalai Lama an honorary citizen, which the Chinese go
Political prisoner released after more than four years
A Tibetan political prisoner has been released upon completion of four years and ten months prison term, reported the Voic
17 February 2017
Lone protester missing after six weeks in detention
A 20 year old Tibetan man who was detained early last month for carrying out a solo protest in Serthar County (Chi. Seda), Sichuan Province in Eastern Tibet is still held incommunicado after 43
UC San Diego rejects Chinese students’ call to disinvite Dalai Lama
The Chancellor of University of California San Diego has rejected the protest of Chinese student associations of cancelling invitation to the Tibetan spiritual leader as the commencement speak
16 February 2017
China its own worst enemy on Tibet issue, says Australian MP
When it comes to handling Tibet issue, China is often its own worst enemy, said Australian MP Michael Danby, referring to the heavy travel restrictions imposed by China on Tibetans from Tibet at
“Don’t play with fire,” China warns India over reception of Taiwanese delegation
Following the visit of a Taiwanese parliamentary delegation to India two days ago, Beijing has issued warning to its counterparts in New Delhi to not meddle in its affairs and resp
Defending human rights in China remains a high-risk activity, shows report
The annual report by the Network of Chinese Human Rights Defenders (CHRD) have found deterioration of human rights situation in China under president Xi Jinping who has
15 February 2017
Tibetan typesetting pioneer Narkyi Ngawang Dhondup passes away
Pre-eminent Tibetan language and literature expert Narkyi Ngawang Dhondup has passed away at his residence in New Delhi on Monday around 9 pm following respiratory complications. He was 86 ye
China deploys forces during religious festival at Kumbum Monastery
he Chinese authorities in Qinghai have deployed a large number of security personnel at Kumbum Monastery in what some say is a show of force and intimidation during a major religio
14 February 2017
Tibetan PM hopes for coordinated US-Japan support for Middle way policy
The Tibetan Prime Minister Lobsang Sangay on Monday has expressed hopes for a joint, coordinated effort from the United States government and the Japanese counterparts, in endorsing and sup
13 February 2017
Kirti-bound pilgrims restricted by Chinese officials
Tibetan pilgrims from neighboring areas who are converging to attend a sacred religious event at the Kirti monastery in the restive Ngaba region have recently been barred by Chinese officials without providi
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Tyranny of the Tibetan Majority (11:01, 29 Jan 2016)
RTYC New York/New Jersey controversy ends on positive note (10:01, 29 Jan 2016)
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UC San Diego rejects Chinese students’ call to disinvite Dalai Lama (0)
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“It's like a whole library had burned down” : prominent Tibet scholar dies (0)
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Tibetans participate in a candlelight vigil following news of the self immolation protest by a 24 yr old Tibetan named Pema Gyaltsen in Nyarong, Kham, on March 18, 2017. McLeod Ganj, March 19, 2017 Phayul Photo:Kunsang Gashon
His Holiness the Dalai Lama gazes at devotees as he visits the Mahabodhi temple near the Kalachakra venue, a day after the conclusion of 34th Kalachakra. Jan. 15, 2016 Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
Three weeks after Indian PM announced Demonetization of 500 and 1000 notes residents including Tibetans queue outside State Bank of India and on-site ATMs to withdraw daily limit of 2000 Rs per account, Dharamshala, Nov. 28, 2016, Phayul Photo
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