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TAI screens documentary on cyber threat for Tibetans, gives presentation on WeChat perils
China shuts down private Tibetan school in Qinghai
Tibetan political prisoner released in Lithang
Drilda monk sentenced to 10 years in prison
Tibetan PM greets India on 66th Republic Day, TYC joins Clean India drive
Tibetan occupants evicted from government houses in quake hit region
Sangay opens workshop for revised guidelines of health project
Tibet’s urban population to rise by 30% in 15 years
China forces closure of academic workshop by a monastery in Kyegudo
Noted American writer denies authorship of Op-Ed in Chinese State Paper
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Object found near Dalai Lama temple not a bomb, says security official
Sad not meeting the Pope: Dalai Lama
Breaking: Tibetan dies after setting self on fire
Chilling winter freezes Tibetan sweater business
Tibetans exiles mourn Kalsang Yeshi's death, offer khatags
Dalai Lama accepts award from Monpas, launches Karnataka govt. project
Facebook's removal of post on self immolation by Tibetan writer angers exiles
Talk with the Dalai Lama, US tells China
20 yr old Tibetan woman immolates self to death
Tibetan PM stuns Indian students with talk on religion
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29 November 2014
Dalai Lama presides over 600th anniversary of Tsongkhapa’s Commentary
Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama today presided over the 600th anniversary of Jey Tsongkhapa’s ‘The Commentary on Four Annotations (Guhyasamaja),’ at Gyuto Tantric Monastery at Sidhba
28 November 2014
Dalai Lama calls for 'realistic approach' for Hong Kong movement
The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama has commended the spirit of Hong Kong movement but called on for ‘a realistic approach.’ In his recent interview with Asia Nikkei Review, the Tibetan lead
27 November 2014
Tibetan lawmaker's book on self immolation launched
The Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament, Penpa Tsering, today launched a book by a member of Tibetan Parliament here at Nyatri Hall in Gangchen Kyishong. Titled “Self-Immolation” and written by Jamyang S
No freedom for Tibetans in Tibet, says top US diplomat
The US Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues, Sarah Sewall, who recently visited Tibetan refugee camps in Nepal and India has said that Tibetans within China do not enjoy freedom within the Communist
10 Tibetans sentenced up to 13 years for Drango protest
Two years after protests by Tibetans in Drango County where police fired indiscriminately on unarmed protesters, reports have emerged of sentencing of several Tibetans to varying prison terms up to 13 ye
26 November 2014
Monk arrested for lone protest in Sershul
The monk belonged to the Mangey Monastery in Sershul County, Kardze prefecture. The image sent from Tibet show
Nepal bars Tibetans from Boudha stupa during SAARC Summit
In what is looked at as a blatant infringement of religious right, the Nepalese government has ordered Tibetans not to visit Boudhanath stupa, the main religious site usually thronged by devotees and to
25 November 2014
Earthquake in Dartsedo kills five
An earthquake measuring 6.3 on Richter scale hit Dartsedo County, Kardze Prefecture in Sichuan Province on Saturday around 4pm (local time) killing five
24 November 2014
ED gives clean chit to Karamapa on forex charge
The Indian Enforcement Directorate (ED) has dropped all charges giving its clean chit to the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje in connection with seizure of foreign currency worth 5.97crore from
Self Immolator sent home with amputated legs
A Tibetan man who set himself ablaze in protest against China two years ago in Bora has been sent home with both his legs amputated, a Tibeta
First ‘Dhangla Riwo’ magazine released
A newly founded Tibetan writers group Dhangla Riwo Patsok today released its first annual magazine ‘Dhangla Riwo’ at the Library of Tibetan Works and archives' hall in Gangchen Kyi
21 November 2014
China expels over 100 nuns in Dhingri
More than a hundred Tibetan nuns of Changlo nunnery in Dhingri County, Shigatse Prefecture of the Tibetan Autonomous Region, have been expelled by the Chinese authorities earlier this year, reported
20 November 2014
Green Party leader calls on New Zealand Prime Minister to talk Tibet with Xi
As Chinese President Xi Jinping mets with New Zealand Prime Minister John Key today, Green Party leader Dr Russel Norman called on Prime Minster Key to raise the issue of Tibet with
19 November 2014
Tibetan political prisoner released in Kardze
Lobsang Palden, a monk of Bheru Monastery in Serkhar village in Kardze, took part in protests at Kardze town demanding the "return of the exiled Tibetan leader the Dalai Lama to Tibet" and "freedom in Tibet." He was arrested and kept
Children's home founded by Tibetan monk turns 10
A noble initiative started for slum children of Dharamshala by a Tibetan monk - The Tong-Len Charitable Trust - today celebrated its tenth anniversary at its premises. Former Tibetan Prime Minister and academician Prof
18 November 2014
China releases last Tibetan anti-mining protester in Chabcha
Chinese authorities Chabcha County in Tsolho (Hainan) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture have on October 28 released a Tibetan man, the last person to be released among 27 Tibetans detained in June
17 November 2014
China expels 26 nuns from Nunnery in Driru
Since September, Chinese work-team officials have been visiting the nunnery to conduct patriotic reeducation. Several nuns who are not listed in Chinese government documents as nuns of the nunnery had to flee into the mou
Sakya centre turns 50
Addressing the gathering, His Eminence Sakya Ghongma Rinpoche said that the 50th anniversary is marked to look back to the last fifty years and evaluate ourselves and look for more improvement in all fields. "We mu
15 November 2014
Exile Tibetans pay tribute to imprisoned writers
Exile Tibetans here remembered the Tibetan writers jailed by China for expressing views through their literary works on the 33rd PEN Internationals’ Day of Impriso
14 November 2014
Tibet activists unfurl banner, urge world leaders to unite for Tibet
As the leaders of 20 countries including Chinese President Xi Jinping gather in Brisbane, Australia for the G20 Summit beginning tomorrow, four Tibet activists unfurled a banner in front of the iconic Story Bridge of Brisba
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama  gestures to thank students who performed before his talk at the Dayanand Anglo-Vedic (DAV) School in Ghaziabad, UP, India on January 27, 2015. Photo/Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL
His Holiness the Dalai Lama is presented with the Santokbaa Award by Governor of Gujarat Sri O P Kohli (in red turban), for his contribution to humanity, Surat, Gujarat, India. January 2, 2015. Photo/Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL
Pema Chinjor, Tibetan minister for religion and culture speaks at a public prayer for the latest Tibetan to die after setting self of fire in Tibet, Tsuglakhang, Dec.26, 2014. Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon immolator
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