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CTA holds prayer service for latest self-immolator
Chinese rights group urges ‘real pressure’ ahead of Xi’s US visit
EC clarifies penalties for violation of election rules
Tibetan exiles celebrate 55th Democracy day
Ambassador Saperstein calls for religious freedom in Tibet
Tibet never a part of China but Middle Way still a viable solution, says CTA
‘Game Changers’ conference by TED concludes
34th Kalachakra postponed to 2017
Whereabouts of arrested Rebkong monk still unknown, family worried
DIFF 2015 to screen film on Tibet self immolations
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Trulshik Rinpoche's reincarnation recognized
Miss Tibet 2014 to represent Tibet at Mannapuram Miss Asia pageant
34th Kalachakra postponed to 2017
Tibetan Settlement Office re-awarded contract to clean McLeod
Ticketing website for Dalai Lama event crashes, foreign misdoing suspected
China will never accept Middle Way Approach: UFWD
Dharamshala beats Shimla to become first ‘Smart City’ in the state
EC in limbo as CTA, PM candidate engage in public spat
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26 May 2006
His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Depart for Belgium
His Holiness the Dalai Lama will depart Dharamshala for an extended visit to Belgium and Rekong Peo, Himachal Pradesh, on Sunday, 28 May.
A New Telemedicine to Install in Delek Hospital
The Italian-based Health R&S and E-Heart developed an advanced Italian telemedicine technology and donated it to the Tibetan Delek Hospital, Dharamshala.
Pico to write book on Dalai Lama
Inveterate traveller Pico Iyer cast a spell on his restless Manhattan audience by taking them on a spiritual journey. He radiated jet-lag defying alertness and admitted to feeling free of that "chattering self" as he had just spent
25 May 2006
Interview - Tibet Team's Manager Talks about Wild Cup and Future
Football is a religion in Brazil, they say. Football is the most popular game in many countries but not in a country like India where cricket is the king of sports. However, the Tibetans who lived in India for more
Tibetan Students Get Outstanding Class XII Results
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared Class XII examination result on 23 May 2006. Out of 1,050 Tibetan students who appeared in the All India Senior School Certificate Examination held this
Talk on Personality Development and Scourge of AIDS
Major General R.S. Mehta, the Chief of Staff of Headquarters at Yol Cantt., Dharamshala, delivered a lecture on Personality Development and Scourge of AIDS at the College of Higher Tibetan Studies (CHTS), Sarah, on 23 May.
24 May 2006
New bird flu outbreak found in far-west China
China said on Wednesday it had confirmed an outbreak of H5N1 bird flu among wild birds in remote far-western Qinghai province and in Tibet.
Silent protest in favour of the Dalai Lama
The government's decision to refuse the Tibetan leader an entry visa for fear of Chinese reactions comes in for criticism. The one monk protest will be picked up by one of the country's largest Buddhist monastery.
Travel documents for refugees to resume
The government on Tuesday decided to resume the issuing of travel documents to Tibetan and Bhutanese refugees, who have been sheltering in Nepal under the aegis of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
Dalai Lama heads to Vancouver in September
One thing that struck Victor Chan when he spent five years touring the world with the Dalai Lama was how the exiled spiritual leader from Tibet was handicapped by not having a base of operations for his teachings.
Senate Banking Committee Resolution to Award Congressional Gold Medal to the Dalai Lama
The Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs today passed legislation introduced by U.S. Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Craig Thomas (R-Wyo.) to award the Congressional Gold Medal to His Holiness
TPPRC to hold Youth Leadership Training Program
The Tibetan Parliamentary and Policy Research Centre (TPPRC), based in New Delhi, will organize its 5th Youth Leadership Training Program for college going students from 23 June to 1 July 2006 at Dharamsala.
23 May 2006
Rahul Gandhi Meets the Dalai Lama
The Dalai Lama today met with the great grandson of the man he respected much and who played a major role in the birth of the exile Tibetan government and community. Nehru's great grandson, an emerging face of Indian politics, dubbed by many as the future leader of
Press Release - Seventeen Point Agreement: a truce by force
The Imperialist powers have the ingenuity to concoct excuses with super fine sophistication to invade and occupy other countries and build empires in these “virgin lands”
EP Urges Nepal to restore Tibetan Exit Permits
On 18 May the European Parliament passed a resolution calling on the Nepalese government to "protect Tibetan refugees in transit to India, and end the suspension of exit permits without delay".
China set to launch Tibet railway
China expects to start controversial passenger rail services into Tibet from the beginning of July. It will open up the disputed territory to the rest of China like never before.
22 May 2006
Dalai Lama Opens Seminar on Nun Ordination
The Dalai Lama said that there must be a general consensus on the outcome of discussions on the ordination of Buddhist nuns. The Tibetan leader was speaking at the inaugural function of the
"Phun Anu Thanu" a runaway success in Minnesota
Tsultrim Dorjee, the co-director, spoke amorously of his first feature film 'Phun Anu Thanu' to a hall packed with over 400 enthusiastic audiences in the Minnesota community house.
Seoul Remains Cautious About Tibetan Leader's Visa Application
The South Korean government confirmed Thursday that the Dalai Lama applied for a visa to enter the country, but refused to clarify its position on the much sought-after visit by the Tibetan spiritual leader.
Chinese see gold in rail link to roof of world
Chinese businessman Sun Liping can't wait to go to Tibet. Living in the remote, barren landscape that surrounds the western city of Golmud, he doesn't see Tibet as China's poorest region.
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Tibetan PM launches MWA documentary, app for Tibet Online TV (20:08, 17 Aug 2015)
EC in limbo as CTA, PM candidate engage in public spat (22:08, 06 Aug 2015)
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Tulku Tenzin Delek's sister, niece released (22:08, 03 Aug 2015)
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CTA recruitment policy draws mixed reactions (2)
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Billboard defaming Dalai Lama taken down in NYC (1)
TYC chapters meet for 46th Working Committee Meeting in Delhi (1)
Tulku Tenzin Delek's sister, niece released (1)
RANGZEN SPRING II (1)
EC in limbo as CTA, PM candidate engage in public spat (1)
Trulshik Rinpoche's reincarnation recognized (1)
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama joins Swami Guru Sharanand-ji Maharaj (to his right) and members of Karshni Ashram for lunch in Trimbakeshwar, Maharashtra, India, August 31, 2015. Photo/Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL
Exile Tibetan PM Lobsang Sangay hoists the Indian tricolor as members of the Kashag, senior officials of the Central Tibetan Administration participate in an official function to mark the 69th Independence Day of India, Kashag Secretariat, Aug. 15, Phayul Photo
Tibetan residents of Dekyiling Tibetan Settlement, Uttrakhand, stand near a long queue of water containers as the settlement is gripped by acute water shortage this monsoon, August 5, 2015. Photo:FB Page/Dekyiling Shichak (not official page)
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Interesting correspondence between the Dalai Lama and Nehru (1960)
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