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US based Tibetan group documents endemic torture, climate of impunity in Tibet
Tibetan released in Derge
China forcing monks under 19 to disrobe
Relief for Tibetans in forestland encroachment case
Tibetan minister seeks world's support for Tibet's human rights
CTA to start new Office of Tibet for SA in Brazil
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Two Tibetans stabbed to death in Majnu-ka-tilla
Object found near Dalai Lama temple not a bomb, says security official
TIBETANS RUSH TO OFFER TERROR TIPS TO CHINESE POLICE
PEN International condoles Tibetan member's death
China hot at Obama for first public appearance with Dalai Lama
US women killed by IS militants a Tibet supporter, Tibetans remember her
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Dalai Lama among World’s 10 Most Admired Men
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27 March 2006
Tibetan Medical Centre Celebrates 45th Anniversary
The Tibetan Medical and Astro Institute (TMAI) celebrated its 45th founding anniversary on 23 March 2006. The chief guest for the occasion was Mr. Tenpa C. Samkhar, Secretary for the Health Department of the Central Tibetan Administration.
26 March 2006
Tibet's Biggest Hydropower Project to Begin Power Generation Late This Year
The first generating unit in a 100,000-kw hydropower project in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region is expected to go in operation and go on stream late this year.
Dreaming about Lhasa
Utpal Borpujari meets Tibetan couple whose first feature film, ‘Dreaming Lhasa’ explores the psyche of young Tibetans juxtaposing it with the older generation’s passion for the Tibet cause.
Tibet Week at Leeds University
From March 13th - 17th 2006, the Leeds University Free Tibet Society held a week of events aimed at promoting the Tibetan cause, as well as Tibet's unique culture.
24 March 2006
Gere wants to repair road to Dalai Lama's house
Hollywood star Richard Gere is keen to repair a narrow potholed mountain road leading to the house of Buddhist spiritual leader the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala town.
China to spend 700 million dollars on Tibetan roads
With an historic train line to Tibet about to open, China is now planning to spend around 700 million dollars on a vast new road network for the Himalayan territory, state press has reported.
Monks lucky to be on the road
Tom Petty says, "You don't have to live like a refugee." So tell that to Thupten Tendhar. He's the first to admit, "We are living as refugees."
"Nangma" - Tibetan Traditional Band to Tour U.S.
"Nangma" Bodkyi Solgyun Rolyang Tsokpa is based in Dharamsala, HP India. We decided to name our band "Nangma," because our music is dedicated to the preservation of the Nangma and Thoeshey genres of Tibetan music.
A Voice for the Voiceless
Eyes beaming at a huge projector screen, tears rolling down the cheeks, lips moving with prayers and rosary in hands. Around 1,500 people gathered at the TSUG LA KHANG to see the documentary Video "Law of Nature" screened
Lamas honored highest Tibetan Buddhism degree
Seven lamas have been honored with the Tibetan Buddhism's highest degree, the Gexe Lharampa in Lhasa, capital of China's Tibet Autonomous Region on Wednesday.
Tibet antelopes get protection
Qinghai has built a home where Tibetan antelopes can roam. A research station has been established in Qinghai Province, northwest China, to better protect endangered Tibetan antelopes
Upper Siang project likely to be relocated on Chinese concerns
The 11,000-MW 'Upper Siang' hydroelectric project - which would have been the country's largest power project and the world's third largest - could be shifted to an alternative site 49 km downstream of the original site
23 March 2006
Assembly Debates on US Political Refugees' Rehabilitation Programme
The current session of the Assembly of the Tibetan People's Deputies held a heated discussion yesterday on the US Administration's programme to allow Tibetan refugees without documents in Nepal to migrate to US.
Legislatures Ask His Holiness How We Can Help
"What more can we do for the Tibetan cause? "A 12-member delegation of provincial parliamentarians from an autonomous region of Italy asked His Holiness the Dalai Lama during an hour-long audience this morning.
22 March 2006
Chinese 'invasion' in Tibetan settlement!
Till a few years ago 'MIC' was a banned word at Mcleodganj, the hilltop settlement of the Dalai Lama. But that boycott of 'Made in China' products has given way to 21st-century market demands.
South Tyrol Delegation in Dharamshala
The South Tyrol delegation led by Dr. Veronika Stirner Brantsch, President of the Provincial Legislative Council, is here in Dharamshala for a four-day visit, coordinated jointly by the Assembly of the Tibetan People's Deputies
UN Special Rapporteur on Torture condemns maltreatment of Tibetan prisoners in rare eyewitness report
The UN's Special Rapporteur on Torture, Dr Manfred Nowak, stated that 'torture remains widespread' in Tibet and China after he spoke directly to Tibetan political prisoners during visits to the three main prisons in the Tibet
21 March 2006
Tibet Exhibition at Lyon International Fair
‘Peoples of Himalaya’, an exhibition of Tibetan culture and religion, was one of the themes of an international trade fair which is expected to draw more than 2 million people
Tibetan promises dramatic protest yet again
He has already done it twice - to the embarrassment of the world's two most populous nations - and the frail Tibetan activist, Tenzin Tsundue, says he will stage a dramatic protest yet again.
China resume repairs on Dalai Lama's summer palace in Lhasa
China has resumed repair of Norbu Linkag, the summer palace of the Dalai Lamas, after a break of over four months due to winter, a report from the remote Himalayan region said today.
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama arrives in McLeod Ganj after touring the US and Europe, Feb. 14, 2015/Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
Lakha Lama Rinpoche introducing His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the start of his talk in Copenhagen, Denmark on February 11, 2015. Photo/Elona Sjøgren
His Holiness the Dalai Lama having lunch with Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Mr Akhilesh Yadav, in Sankisa, UP, India on February 1, 2015. Photo/Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL
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After 75 years, the Dalai Lama is more important than ever
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