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20 yr old Tibetan woman immolates self to death
Bribe money offered to family of dead Tibetan youth
Dalai Lama arrives in Mundgod for a week's Lamrim teaching
Tibetan PM to speak at India Ideas Conclave in Goa
US Congress funds $ 3 Million for Tibetan exiles in India, Nepal
Tibetan exiles pray for latest self immolator
Tibetan college students complete course in Tibetan language, Buddhist studies
Breaking: Tibetan dies after setting self on fire
Exile Tibetan Parliamentarians call upon Indian lawmakers, revive All Party Indian Parliamentary Forum for Tibet
Tibetan youth beaten to death in Golog
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Pro - shugden protesters have right to protest, Dalai Lama says
Nepal to deny refugee papers to Tibetans: sources
Obama in China says US not in favour of Tibet's independence
Sad not meeting the Pope: Dalai Lama
Tibetans protesting China propaganda event in Toronto manhandled
Breaking: Tibetan dies after setting self on fire
US Special Coordinator for Tibet arrives in Nepal, Dharamshala in itinerary
Rome replaces Cape Town as venue of 14th Nobel Summit
Tibet activists unfurl banner, urge world leaders to unite for Tibet
Denma Lochoe Rinpoche passes away
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17 October 2014
Lone Tibetan protester arrested in Kardze
According to a Tibetan living in exile with close contacts in the region, Dorjee Rinchen, popularly known as Dori, took to the streets of Serta yesterday throwing lungta (windhorse flags) in the air. Chinese police
Abbot Kartse sentenced to two and half years' prison
Noted Tibetan Buddhist leader and a philanthropist from Nangchen, Khenpo Kartse, has been sentenced to two and a half years' imprisonment by a Chinese court in Chamdo, according to Ka
Tibetan PM Sangay meets Czech Parliamentarians and Senator
PM Sangay met with Mr Jaroslav Sebak, member of Czech Senate and three members of the Chamber of Deputies led by former foreign ministe
16 October 2014
Tibetan Parliament offers condolences to Cyclone Hudhud victims
The Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, on behalf of all the Tibetans, express] our deepest condolence for all those people who lost their lives in the dreadful Hudhud Cyclone. Our sincere sympathies for all those who ha
15 October 2014
Tibetans in Golog pray for Tenzin Delek Rinpoche’s release
Tibetans in Golok Township in Lithang County in Kardze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture on Sunday offered prayers for the ailed Tibetan religious leader Tulku Tenzin Delek Rinpo
14 October 2014
Tibetan PM Sangay congratulates Nobel Peace Prize winners Malala and Kailash
Tibetan Prime Minister Dr Lobsang Sangay yesterday congratulated the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai and Kailas
13 October 2014
CECC report shows China's violation of Tibetans' rights
The Congressional Executive Commission on China (CECC), in its 2014 annual report released on Thursday, said that China has increased harsh security and punitive measures in Tibetan areas following a decline in
11 October 2014
Dalai Lama congratulates Nobel Peace Prize winners Malala and Kailash
The Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalia Lama, the 1989 Nobel peace prize winner, has congratulated the Nobel Peace Prize winner duo of
10 October 2014
Book by prominent independence supporter launched
A Tibetan writers' group called Tibet Writes today launched a new book by one of the most prominent faces among supporters of Rangzen or the complete independence for Tibet, a position differing from the one th
09 October 2014
China orders detruction of religious structures in Driru
In a move to further escalate restrictions on monastic life in Tibet, Chinese authorities in Driru County have ordered destruction of religious buildings and expel young monks from monasteries, often seen as hotbed for a
08 October 2014
Dalai Lama accepts long life prayer offering from Keutsang Rinpoche
Keutsang Rinpoche, whose previous reincarnation led the search party to find the current Dalai Lama, today offered a Long Life Prayer Offering Ceremony (Tenshug) to the Tibetan spiritual leader at Tsugla khang, the main te
PEN International calls for freedom of speech in Tibet
The 80th PEN International Congress has passed a resolution on ‘Right to freedom of speech and state of writers in Tibet’ calling on the Chinese government to restore the right to freedom of speech and rehab
07 October 2014
A lone protester arrested in Kardze County
On Saturday morning, a Tibetan named Passang Wangchuk, 37, carried out a lone protest in a market of Kardze County raising slogans and
TYC commemorates 45th founding anniversary
The Tibetan Youth Congress, the largest pro-independence group in exile, today commemorated its 45th founding anniversary with an appeal to the Tibetan youth to participate in protests and campaigns to intensify
06 October 2014
Tibetan immolates self in Golok
A Tibetan man immolated himself near a police station in Gade County, Golog Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, eastern Tibet on September 16, a day before another Tibetan set himself ablaze in Tsoe County, Kanlho T
Dalai Lama begins teachings for Taiwanese
Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama today began a four day teachings on Nagarjuna’s “Fundamental Wisdom Treatise of the Middle Way” (Uma Tsawa Sherab) at Tsug-la khang, the main templ
Dalai Lama Expresses sadness at the passing away of Ama Wäger
The Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama expressed sadness at the passing away of Ms. Wäger, a long time ph
03 October 2014
Five girls to vie for 2nd Miss Himalaya title
Five girls from the Himalaya region will compete for the 2nd Miss Himalaya Pageant to be held on October 4-5 at Tibetan
Tibetan writer Gyitsang Tagmik released
A well known Tibetan writer jailed in 2010 for a video message has been released earlier today after completing four years' sentence in Sang
Tutu, Cape Town mayor hit out at Zuma as Nobel summit exits SA
Archbishop Desmond Tutu, a close friend of the Dalai Lama and whose foundation is among the organizers of the 14th Nobel Summit in Cape town, has hit out at the South African government headed by Jacob Z
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Thoughts on Kasur Lodi Gyari’s article about TYC (11:10, 16 Oct 2014)
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Tutu, Cape Town mayor hit out at Zuma as Nobel summit exits SA (19:10, 07 Oct 2014)
Tibetan exiles and supporters come out for Hong Kong (20:10, 03 Oct 2014)
3 killed, 1 injured as man mows down 4 Tibetan girls after a quarrel (17:09, 30 Sep 2014)
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View from the audience during the first day of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's three day teaching at the request of a group from Russia in New Delhi, India, December 17, 2014. OHHDL Photo: Tenzin Choejor
A Tibetan man carrying a placard at a protest in the backdrop of G20 Summit in Brisbane, Australia. The campaign is carried out jointly by the Australian Tibet Council and Students for a Free Tibet. 15/11/14 Photo:SFT
A gigantic banner released by Tibet activists near the iconic Story Bridge in presence of mediapersons in Brisbane, Australia, where 20 world leaders will meet for G20 summit.  Nov. 14, 2014
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