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China orders withdrawal of monks and nuns from monasteries in Jomda
Pro - shugden protesters have right to protest, Dalai Lama says
Tibetan monk sentenced to 12 years in Sog
Tibetan PM commends Tibetan charitable organization
6th Tibet Film Festival held in Zurich and Dharamsala
Dhondup Wangchen wins Havel Prize
Telo Rinpoche appointed as Honorary Representative of Russia
Denma Lochoe Rinpoche passes away
TCV celebrates its 54th founding anniversary
Karmapa graces Delek Hospital's 43rd founding anniversary
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Dalai Lama hopes to return to Tibet
Five girls to vie for 2nd Miss Himalaya title
3 killed, 1 injured as man mows down 4 Tibetan girls after a quarrel
Tibetan activists manhandled by Chinese Embassy staff in Switzerland
President Xi likely to talk status of Tibetan government with India
TYC activists storm Chinese Embassy in New Delhi as Xi begins India tour
Pro - shugden protesters have right to protest, Dalai Lama says
'Goons' disrupt Tibet Film Festival in Hong Kong
Four women Nobel laureates to boycott summit in South Africa
Tutu, Cape Town mayor hit out at Zuma as Nobel summit exits SA
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16 February 2006
ICT to Hold Sixth Tibetan Youth Leadership Program in Washington, D.C.
The International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) invites young Tibetans in the United States to apply for its sixth Tibetan Youth Leadership Program, to be held in Washington, D.C. from May 20 to 24, 2006.
"No Olympics in China Until Tibet is Free" - TYC led Indefinite Hunger Strike: Day 1
Tibetan Youth Congress launched its indefinite Hunger Strike with the support of Tibetan Community, Italy on February 14th 2006 at 4.00 pm. Italy time at San Pietro in Vincoli, Torino.
Companies under fire for China 'disgrace'
US technology firms came in for their sternest criticism yet as they attempted to defend themselves against charges they help China oppress internal dissent in return for access to the country's booming internet market.
15 February 2006
Burning of wildlife skins prohibited as tensions rise in Rebkong
Chinese authorities in Rebkong (Qinghai province) have banned the burning of a stockpile of wildlife skins in the main courtyard of Rongwo monastery. The situation is said to be tense across the Rebkong region as large numbers of troops and police have been seen patrolling the streets.
His Holiness' Envoys Arrive in Beijing for Fifth Round of Talks
As indicated by the Kalon Tripa Samdhong Rinpoche during his public talk to new arrivals from Tibet at the Amravati Kalachakara, His Holiness the Dalai Lama's envoys have begun the fifth round of talks
China denies Internet controls lead to arrests
Chinese people can freely access the Internet and the government has never arrested anyone for expressing an opinion on the Web, an official state newspaper said on Wednesday.
Buddhists, Muslims break ice
Jak Nyan Jik Zing, Jak Zang Jik Thun (On a bad day we fight, on good days, we meet) is an old Ladakhi adage. On the eve of Valentine's Day, two communities are bringing back love to the rarefied Himalayan air.
His Holiness Appeals for Peace in Ladakh
His Holiness the Dalai Lama expressed disappointment over the recent communal violence between the Buddhist and Muslim communities in Ladakh and appealed for peace.
14 February 2006
Tibetan website closes for a day to protest Google censorship
A Tibetan website based in India shut down for a day Tuesday to protest global search engine Google's decision to censor search results in China.
China Censorship Gets Google Dumped on Valentine's Day
Thousands of Tibetans and Google users dumped the search engine in a mass "breakup" today as they boycotted Google services and protested at offices around the world.
Google loses hundreds of Internet users over Tibet
As lovers celebrated Valentine's day worldwide on Tuesday, Internet hunk Google lost hundreds of sweethearts who broke off with the web search engine in outrage over the censoring of information related to Tibet to placate China.
Switzerland & Liechtenstein Tibetan Communities Hold Panel Discussion
The Tibetan Community of Switzerland & Liechtenstein (TCSL) witnessed an open "Panel Discussion" on 12 February 2006. The forum was participated by the four candidates for the
China Censorship Gets Google Dumped on Valentine's Day
Thousands of Tibetans and Google users dumped the search engine in a mass "breakup" today as they boycotted Google services and protested at offices around the world.
Protesters picket Google's Sydney HQ
The Australia Tibet Council launched the campaign for a mass break-up with Google on Valentine's Day protest this afternoon.
13 February 2006
Dalai Lama to inaugurate International Buddha Seminar in Bodhgaya today
Buddhist spiritual leader Dalai Lama will today inaugurate the week-long celebration of the 2550th birth anniversary of Lord Buddha
Google facing Valentine's Day dump
Google is set to feel the wrath of supporters of a free Tibet who are trying to gee up interest in a boycott of the leading search engine because of its recent decision to censor information and links from its Chinese site, google.cn.
Tibetan hunger strike to begin on Monday with Palden Gyatso
Members of the Tibetan Youth Congress and Palden Gyatso, 75 year old former political prisoner and activist announced an indefinite hunger strike at a press conference organised by the Tibetan Community in Italy
Students and Tibetan Youth Hold Leadership Training
Approximately 50 students and young Tibetans met at the School of Oriental & Asian Studies (SOAS), University of London yesterday for an annual leadership training jointly organised by Students for a Free Tibet UK and Tibetan Youth UK that started on 10th February.
12 February 2006
Tibetan 'prime minister' not for second term
Samdhong Rinpoche, "prime minister" of the Tibetan government-in-exile in Dharmasala, is reluctant to contest for a second term, saying a younger person should take charge - but has indicated he would stay if the Dalai Lama wanted him to.
Dalai Lama calls for world peace, the Buddha way
Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, Sunday inaugurated here a three-day international conference to mark the 2,550th death anniversary of the Buddha and called for peace in the world by spreading the message of love and compassion.
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 Latest News Discussions
Thoughts on Kasur Lodi Gyari’s article about TYC (11:10, 16 Oct 2014)
Response to Lodi Gyari's article on TYC status (20:10, 07 Oct 2014)
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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Tibetans commemorate 54th Democracy Day (1)
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Labrang monk sentenced to 5 years in prison (1)
TYC activists storm Chinese Embassy in New Delhi as Xi begins India tour (1)
Sixty Tibetan students detained in Baroda, Gujurat (1)
Tibetan Parliament discusses Xi’s visit to India (1)
8th Tibetan Parliament session begins, calls on India to talk Tibet with Xi (1)
President Xi likely to talk status of Tibetan government with India (1)
Tibetan student immolates self in Tsoe (1)
A lone protester sentenced to 10 years in prison (1)
Dalai Lama begins teachings, CTA prays for latest self immolator (1)
3 killed, 1 injured as man mows down 4 Tibetan girls after a quarrel (1)
Tibetan exiles and supporters come out for Hong Kong (1)
Tutu, Cape Town mayor hit out at Zuma as Nobel summit exits SA (1)
Response to Lodi Gyari's article on TYC status (1)
Eight RTYC chapters reject TYC resolution to cancel membership (1)
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama dons the Indian cricket team's cap and  the West Indies' jersey presented to him during 4th One Day International between India and West Indies, HPCA stadium, Dharamshala, Oct. 17, 2014
Winner of Miss Himalaya Pageant Jyoti Dogra (center), first runner up Priyanka Dogra (left) and second runner up Dawa Dema after crowning ceremony of Miss Himalaya Pageant. TIPA, Oct. 5, 2014 Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
His Holiness the Dalai Lama arrived at Theckchen Choeling, McLeod Ganj, after taking part in a series of events in Mumbai and Delhi, including an interfaith conference. 22 Sept. 2014, Phayul Photo:Kunsang Gashon
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Thoughts on Kasur Lodi Gyari’s article about TYC
Response to Lodi Gyari's article on TYC status
Status and position of the Tibetan Youth Congress in 1968: Lodi Gyari
Why the Scottish Referendum was great for Tibet
A few more thoughts on the importance of protesting Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit
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