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Tibetans rubbish Chinese claim over Dalai Lama reincarnation
Tulku Tenzin Delek's sister, niece released
Tibetans, right groups rue IOC awarding Winter Olympics to Beijing
Rungye Adrak released after eight years in prison
Prominent Chinese artist denied UK visa
CTA recruitment policy draws mixed reactions
TYC hold 'Lobby day’ at 46th Working Committee Meeting in the Capital
All religions convey peace, says Dalai Lama in Ladakh
Kalam’s death an irreparable loss, says friend Dalai Lama
Three Tibetans arrested in Serta
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3 girls vie for Miss Tibet 2015 crown
Nepal to allow Dalai Lama's birthday celebrations
Trulshik Rinpoche's reincarnation recognized
Dharamshala - McLeod Ganj road named Potala in honor of Dalai Lama
Dalai Lama wraps up UK tour, tells protesters to research
Tibetans greet Dalai Lama on 80th birthday, offer long life prayer
Billboard defaming Dalai Lama taken down in NYC
Dalai Lama speaks at Glastonbury festival, China rebukes organizers
Tibetan PM awards young entrepreneurs
New APP on Tibetan Language launched
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12 May 2006
China warns countries against hosting Dalai Lama
China on Thursday opposed Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama's visit to Latin American countries and asked foreign governments to be on "high alert" against his political activities and bid for "Tibetan independence"
11 May 2006
Newly Elected Deputies of the 14th ATPD to Take Oath
The newly elected 43 members of the 14th Assembly of the Tibetan People's Deputies (ATPD) will report here on 29 May for the swearing in ceremony and to attend the first session.
Buddhism: India's spiritual gift to the world!
Some time during the sixth century BC, a wandering ascetic sat to meditate under a tree in the vast plains of northern India, resolving not to rise until he had attained the ultimate knowledge of spiritual
Dalai Lama Concludes Three-Day Visit to Peru
His Holiness the Dalai Lama today successfully concluded his three-day visit to Peru with the address to the intellectuals and opinion makers at the auditorium of National Library of Peru.
10 May 2006
Dalai Lama 'behind Lhasa unrest'
China has blamed the Dalai Lama for an outbreak of violence at a Buddhist monastery in Tibet, accusing the exiled spiritual leader of stirring up unrest.
With U.S. visit over, China to try string of dissidents
At least four Chinese journalists and Internet writers are expected to stand trial this month just weeks after President Hu Jintao presented a softer line on human rights during a trip to the United States.
China wins seat on new UN Human Rights Council
The People's Republic of China was today elected to the UN's new Human Rights Council despite calls from human rights organizations, including ICT, for UN member states to reject China's candidacy.
Tibet Storms Pathways For Vapor, Chemicals
NASA and university researchers say thunderstorms over Tibet provide a main pathway for water vapor and chemicals to travel into the stratosphere.
09 May 2006
Dalai Lama Concludes Visit to Chile
His Holiness the Dalai Lama concluded his four-day visit to Chile today. Early this morning, His Holiness had a 30-minute private meeting with the Chilean Minister of Transport, Mr. Sergio Espejo Jakse.
08 May 2006
His Holiness in Chile
His Holiness the Dalai Lama arrived in Santiago on 3 May. Soon after checking in at the Hotel Marriott, His Holiness met with the Chilean press. Around 100 Chilean media reporters attended the meet.
Rail link could be bad news for Tibet
The first-ever rail link between the largely secluded region of Tibet and the rest of China would become operational on July 1. Observers feel that the $3 billion Qinghai-Tibet rail project would change the face of Tibet both
Brussels Film weekend dedicated to His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the people of Tibet
A Film weekend dedicated to His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the people of Tibet was organized by Les Amis du Tibet in co-operation with the Bureau du Tibet.
07 May 2006
China lashes out against US report on religious freedom critical of Beijing
China on Saturday lashed out against a US report critical of Beijing’s policies on religious freedom, calling the assessment irresponsible and harmful to relations between the two countries.
06 May 2006
21 Dead, 2 Critical as Bus Plunges Near Lhasa
Unconfirmed reports say that 21 people were feared dead and 2 critically injured as the bus they were travelling in plunged into Kichu river near Lhasa on April 21. An old Tibetan woman and the driver of the bus survived the plunge but were said to be
China arranges 1st five scheduled trains to Tibet
The schedule has been set for the first five trains to Tibet via the new Qinghai-Tibet railway which will begin trial operations on July 1, an official with the Qinghai-Tibet Railway Company said Friday.
05 May 2006
Reject China at UN Elections, Human Rights Group Urge
A leading human rights organisation yesterday urged UN Members to reject China's candidature when the body's General Assembly elects the first 47 members of the new
Film on Dalai Lama's mother to be aired in US
A documentary on the life of Dekyi Tsering, the mother of the Dalai Lama, will be aired by public television channels in the US beginning Sunday.
Nominees for Second Directly Elected Kalon Tripa Announced
At a press conference that took exactly twelve minutes, held by the Election Commission of the Exiled-Tibetan Government here today, the two nominees for the post of Kalon Tripa (Prime Minister) was announced.
Giant ozone hole 'forming over Tibet'
Chinese scientists have warned a 2.5-million-square-kilometre ozone hole may be forming over the Tibetan plateau, state media reported today.
Long Island Politician Files Lawsuit Against Google
A Long Island politician who describes himself as a "quality of life guy" on his Web site filed a lawsuit Thursday claiming the Google search engine company is profiting from child pornography.
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 Latest News Discussions
Largest pro independence group suspends president of NY NJ chapter (08:04, 03 Apr 2015)
Obama calls Dalai Lama “a good friend” at first public appearance (07:04, 03 Apr 2015)
China says no to Indian consulate in Lhasa, India settle for Chengdu (03:04, 02 Apr 2015)
SFT, TWA observe World Water Day (19:03, 24 Mar 2015)
SEVEN REASONS WHY DALAI LAMA SHOULD NOT VISIT CHINA (19:03, 24 Mar 2015)
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US Congress commission on human rights convenes hearing on Tulku’s death (0)
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Philanthropist Tibetan Lama dies in Chinese prison (0)
Trulshik Rinpoche's reincarnation recognized (0)
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama whose turning 80 was celebrated world over, particularly in Los Angeles, Glastonbury and New York, over the past few weeks, arrives at Theckchen Choeling, the Tibetan leader's residential premises, McLeod Ganj, July 15, 2015, Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
Pema Choedon (C), Flanked by 1st Runners Up Lobsang Kyinzom (L) and Tsering Dolma (R), after winning the 13th Miss Tibet pageant 2105. Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
Tibetans and supporters participate in a candle light vigil in tribute to the latest Tibetan self immolator from Amdo Chone, Sangye Tso, McLeod Ganj, May 28, 2015. Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
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Undefeated in Death: Tenzin Delek Rinpoche
Dalai Lama, Anything But "A Simple Buddhist Monk"
Kundun: The Presence of an Absence
Tibet Isn't Free Yet; That Doesn't Mean the Dalai Lama Has Failed
THE SUBLIMINAL CLARITY OF BLURRY CELLPHONE VIDEOS: by J. Norbu
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A Way Ahead: Human Approach to a Peaceful World
Green is In…Red is Out
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