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Dalai Lama arrives in Mundgod for a week's Lamrim teaching
Tibetan PM to speak at India Ideas Conclave in Goa
US Congress funds $ 3 Million for Tibetan exiles in India, Nepal
Tibetan exiles pray for latest self immolator
Tibetan college students complete course in Tibetan language, Buddhist studies
Breaking: Tibetan dies after setting self on fire
Exile Tibetan Parliamentarians call upon Indian lawmakers, revive All Party Indian Parliamentary Forum for Tibet
Tibetan youth beaten to death in Golog
Tibetan man sentenced for denouncing contoversial deity
Sad not meeting the Pope: Dalai Lama
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Pro - shugden protesters have right to protest, Dalai Lama says
Nepal to deny refugee papers to Tibetans: sources
Obama in China says US not in favour of Tibet's independence
Sad not meeting the Pope: Dalai Lama
Tibetans protesting China propaganda event in Toronto manhandled
Breaking: Tibetan dies after setting self on fire
US Special Coordinator for Tibet arrives in Nepal, Dharamshala in itinerary
Rome replaces Cape Town as venue of 14th Nobel Summit
Tibet activists unfurl banner, urge world leaders to unite for Tibet
Denma Lochoe Rinpoche passes away
06 March 2006
Dalai Lama offers lifeline to Indian tiger
The Dalai Lama, Tibet's spiritual leader, has thrown a lifeline to India's dwindling tiger population after an emotional appeal to outlaw the trade in animal skins provoked an extraordinary reaction in his homeland.
05 March 2006
Hearts join over plight of Tibetan children
Mark Geppert, of Oakmont, was a businessman-turned-missionary in 1998 when he found himself praying beside a monk in a Buddhist monastery in the Tibet region of China.
Indian Legislators Exchange Ideas with European Counterparts
The All Party Indian Parliamentary Forum for Tibet and Bureau of H.H. The Dalai Lama, New Delhi yesterday hosted a dinner reception in honor of the European Parliament Tibet Inter-group (EPTI)delegation that was on a visit to India.
Tibet meets New Orleans ... and the hall rocks
The longstanding American effort to preserve and promote an ancient Asian culture was thoughtfully turned back on itself during the 16th annual fundraiser staged by Tibet House Wednesday.
04 March 2006
Australian MP Supports Middle-Way Approach as a Moderate Programme
Addressing the House of Representatives on 27 February Mr. Michael Danby, MP of the Australia Labour Party and chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Tibet, said the Middle-Way Approach of His Holiness the Dalai Lama
Chinese Activists Say Protesters Detained
China's government is detaining people who were protesting problems ranging from poor health care to property seizures as the country's ceremonial parliament prepares to open its annual session, activists and human rights groups said Friday.
Large crowd at Leeds Tibetan Nuns talk
On March 2nd 2006, the Free Tibet Soc at Leeds University and Amnesty International at Leeds Uni held a talk by two of the Drapchi 14, Namdrol Lhamo and Gyaltsen Drolkar. Students for a Free Tibet UK arranged the talk.
Warmest winter ever in Tibet
Weather watchers in Qinghai Province and the Tibet Autonomous Region in northwest China have reported the highest winter temperatures ever recorded.
Tibetans preferring UT for treatment
Tibetans visiting Mcleodganj, temporary abode of Dalai Lama, are seeking nirvana in the city - freedom from disease and suffering.
03 March 2006
Press Statement of the Tibet Intergroup of the European Parliament
A delegation of the Tibet Intergroup representing the major political parties of the European Parliament (European People's Party, European Socialist Party, Green Party, Democratic and Liberal Alliance) paid a visit to Dharamshala
Delegation of the EPTI Expresses its Support for Tibet
At a press conference held this morning at the Department of Information and International Relations Hall, a delegation of the European Parliament Tibet Inter-group (EPTI) expressed their firm support for the autonomy of Tibet and they are resolute in raising voice against
China to spend nearly $1 bln to repel wetland rats
China will target a 7.5 billion yuan ($934 million) fund at repelling an invasion of rats eating their way across fragile wetlands on the Tibetan plateau, the China Daily said on Friday.
02 March 2006
Tibetans celebrate the beginning of a new year with Losar festival
It was a joyous occasion for all Tibetans, as the people from Tibet are colloquially addressed, who conducted special prayers to mark "Losar" or, the beginning of a new year this Tuesday.
Chinese Advisors May Tackle Rural Unrest
Huge but largely powerless, the Chinese parliament's main advisory body is a gaggle of businessmen, farmers, movie stars and Tibetan monks meant to keep Chinese leaders in touch with what's going on in the nation's far-flung regions.
Spanish court looks at Tibetan genocide claims
When Thubten Wangchen was 4 years old, his mother died in a Chinese work camp. She was pregnant at the time, and according to Mr. Wangchen, the Chinese were rounding up pregnant women and working them to death.
Trains a cheaper way to see Tibet
Sleeping on a train's hard berth from Beijing to Tibet may cost you less than US$100 in the near future, only one-third of a one-way air ticket at present.
Bush will hold inter-faith meeting after PM lunch
US President George W Bush will hold a meeting with nine prominent persons representing five religions tomorrow including a Shia leader from Lucknow, a Tibetan monk and a Dalit scholar.
01 March 2006
Namgyal Monastery invites public to Losar celebration
With slow, rhythmic prayers, Ithaca's Tibetan Buddhist community rang in their new year Tuesday morning amid more than 50 onlookers.
China: A Year After New Regulations, Religious Rights Still Restricted
One year after China's Regulations on Religious Affairs came into force, Chinese citizens' ability to exercise their right to freedom of religion remains as subject to arbitrary restrictions as ever
LTWA Director Concludes Mexico Visit Successfully
The Director of the Dharamsala-based Library of Tibetan Works and Archive, Ven. Lhakdor, concluded successfully his weeklong tour of Mexico on February 26. During his tour of Mexico, he visited Monterrey, the capital of industrial
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View from the audience during the first day of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's three day teaching at the request of a group from Russia in New Delhi, India, December 17, 2014. OHHDL Photo: Tenzin Choejor
A Tibetan man carrying a placard at a protest in the backdrop of G20 Summit in Brisbane, Australia. The campaign is carried out jointly by the Australian Tibet Council and Students for a Free Tibet. 15/11/14 Photo:SFT
A gigantic banner released by Tibet activists near the iconic Story Bridge in presence of mediapersons in Brisbane, Australia, where 20 world leaders will meet for G20 summit.  Nov. 14, 2014
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