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A lone protester sentenced to 10 years in prison
WeChat leads to arrest of two Tibetans
Tibet raised at the 27th session of UN Human Rights Council
Tibetan activists protest Xi in Delhi
TYC activists storm Chinese Embassy in New Delhi as Xi begins India tour
Sixty Tibetan students detained in Baroda, Gujurat
Eight RTYC chapters reject TYC resolution to cancel membership
Ngodup Tsering appointed as new Education Minister, Reshuffle in TGiE
Tibetan Parliament discusses Xi’s visit to India
14 Nobel laureates urge Zuma to grant visa to Dalai Lama
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TYC expels executive members of eight regional chapters
13 yr old boy dies 6 days after electrocution
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President Xi likely to talk status of Tibetan government with India
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03 February 2006
His Holiness' Extended Visit to Sarnath, Nalanda and Bodhgaya
Tomorrow His Holiness the Dalai Lama will depart for New Delhi, where he is expected to give teaching on the Twelve Links of Dependent Origination at the Constitution Club. From Delhi, His Holiness will proceed on an extended visit to Sarnath
China defends human rights record
The Chinese foreign minister, Li Zhaoxing, has defended his country's human rights record during an official visit to Switzerland.
Mystery of the monk with a golden voice - Grammy nominee baffles scientists
Buddhist monk Geshe Ngawang Tashi Bapu's golden voice has not only earned him a large fan following around the world and a Grammy nomination, but also aroused the curiosity of scientists.
02 February 2006
The Life of Gendun Chophel Re-discovered
It all started when I was selected, at the age of seven, to go to Switzerland with five other children to live in Trogen, a small village in the German speaking part of Switzerland.
Tibet Group, The Largest Group at the French National Assembly
Mr Lionnel LUCA, President of the Tibet Group at the French National Assembly announced today that the Tibet Group is now the largest group at the Lower House of the national Parliament).
Tibetan, Blinded, Freed from Jail, Five Still Held for Slaughterhouse Fire
Authorities in the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan have released one of six Tibetan nomads held in connection with the burning of a Chinese-owned slaughterhouse, after prison beatings and an untreated infection left the man blind, Tibetan sources said.
01 February 2006
Paris Municipal Council Passes Motion on Tibet
Municipal Council of Paris has passed a motion in favour of Tibet yesterday. This motion was sponsored by the Socialist political group headed by Mr Patrick Bloche. The motion received support from the Socialist party and Green party who
Chris Jagger and students unite for Tibet concert
A benefit concert in support of Tibet, called Tibet Blues, will take place on 3 February 2006 hosted by students from the University of Bristol.
Indian singing monk says Grammy nomination a big surprise
Indian singing monk Ngawang Tashi Bapu, nominated for a US Grammy Award, says he never in his "wildest dreams" expected to be in the running for the coveted prize when he started chanting Buddhist hymns.
Education Department's Workshop for Primary School Teachers
The Department of Education (DOE) of the Central Tibetan Administration is organising a workshop for primary school teachers on the use of low-cost teaching aids at the Eklavya Institute of Teachers Education, Ahmedabad.
31 January 2006
WTI Campaign at Amravati Kalachakra
The Tibetan Conservation Awareness Campaign was formally launched by His Holiness the Dalai Lama in April 2005.The campaign was initiated by Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) and the UK based Care for the
Spiritual growth must to defuse tension: Dalai Lama
The Dalai Lama said unrest and tension was increasing in the world today in the age of information technology and spirituality was the only path to solve modern problems.
Carpet export dips
Export of hand-knitted woollen carpet, the second largest foreign currency earning exportable commodity, has declined by 9 percent in terms of quantity during the first six months of 2005/06.
30 January 2006
Tibetan Film to Screen at PVR
Dreaming Lhasa will be the first Tibetan film to be screened in a commercial cinema hall in India, reports Voice of Tibet radio service. The film that won international appreciation at film
CNN's Richard Quest Interviews His Holiness on Spiritualism
The inimitable Richard Quest and his team visited Dharamsala to interview His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The interview took place on 28 January and its main theme was spiritualism.
His Holiness Attends the Death Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
This morning His Holiness the Dalai Lama departed for Pathankot to attend the event for commemoration of the death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
More Beijingers Go to Lama Temple on 1st Day of New Year
A total of 45,000 people visited Yonghe Lamasery to pray for happiness in the new year, up 16 percent over that for the first day of last traditional Chinese New Year, according to figures released by the Holiday Affairs Office of the Beijing Municipal Government.
29 January 2006
Google challenges EU plan to regulate the internet
Google, the giant internet search company, is to lead industry opposition to new proposals from the European Commission to regulate online content.
Tibetan cinema takes roots
Tibet as a theme has inspired filmmakers, especially documentary makers, for decades. Indigenously made Tibetan films were, however, a rarity.
28 January 2006
President of the Largest Tibetan NGO Quits
The president of the Tibetan Youth Congress has resigned with effect from 26 January 2006. The resignation was announced yesterday by the president himself at a press conference at Ladakh Buddh
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama gestures as he arrives in McLeod Ganj from Germany, Aug. 28, 2014/Phayul Photo/Kunsang Gashon
Tibetan exiles participate in a candle light vigil to pay tribute to the 5 Tibetans who died of injury sustained  in a firing on unarmed protesters demanding the release of a local chief of Shukpa village on Aug. 12. McLeod Ganj, August 20, 2014/Phayul Photo:Kunsang Gashon
Rescue workers gather around a mangled remains of a bus that plunged down a deep gorge on a mountain pass near Machu County. The bus was plying from Machu County to Tsoe town.  8 people have died, and 20 others were injured. Aug. 7, 2014/Tibet Times
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