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Copenhagen University shuts down Tibetan studies wing
Two monks detained for holding prayer for Dalai Lama’s health in Drango
Karmapa announces plans of monastic college for Buddhist women
Ratu Ngawang dies at 90
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Dalai Lama assures good health, sends losar greetings
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Pro-Independence movement denied political space, says Lukar Jam
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Tibetan camp leader’s suicide allegedly linked to elections
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Chatral Rinpoche passes away aged 102
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04 July 2006
Tibetans target Chinese embassy in US over Railway
Students for Free Tibet along with Tibetans living in the US capital and Charlottsville, Virginia, staged a very feisty demonstration in front the Chinese Embassy here in Washington, DC on July 1 to denounce the inauguration of the Golmud-Lhasa Railway line. Visibly angry and incensed
Train trip from Beijing to Tibet is realization of 100-year-old dream
After rolling under snow-covered peaks and crossing 2,500 miles, the first train to travel from Beijing to Tibet pulled into a station here Monday, inaugurating the world's highest railway and opening a new chapter in China's relentless assimilation of this once-remote mountain
Film fest to mark 'World Tibet Day' on July 6
'Conlicts', a one-day film festival, will be held here on July 6 to mark the 'World Tibet Day' and the 71st birthday of Dalai Lama. The festival, being organised by Friends of Tibet, Design & People and Kashi, will screen both feature and documentary films on various
Protest outside Chinese consulate in NY against railway
China is proud to launch its first ever railway in Tibet, also popularly known as the roof of the world. Yet, as with so much else in China's often harsh 56 year rule over Tibet, the 710 mile long railway to the Tibetan capital has drawn controversy even before the first
Tibetans fear 'cultural genocide' will follow Chinese railway
Tibet will be soldered to China today with the opening of a railway line across the Himalayas. But the controversy around the engineering marvel was highlighted at Beijing station yesterday when protesters unfurled a banner warning that the line would destroy the culture and environment of
03 July 2006
40 Tibetans arrested outside the Chinese consulate in Mumbai
More than 40 exile Tibetans have been arrested and detained at Marine Drive police station in Mumbai. The protestors - all members of the Tibetan Youth Congress - were detained for staging a demonstration outside the Chinese consulate against the operation of Chinese railway line
And we unfurled the banner and spoiled PRC's party...
Sitting in a 22nd floor hotel room in Hong Kong, Beijing suddenly feels like a million miles away instead of just a three hour plane ride of fitful sleep. We touched down here Friday night at around 9:30 pm after two days in China that brought me increased
Could the Tibetan 'miracle' go up in smoke?
After conquering mountain peaks and permafrost, the builders of the world's highest railway are facing a new threat: cigarette smokers. On the inaugural 48-hour voyage of the Beijing-Tibet train yesterday, Chinese officials were gearing up for the danger of banned cigarettes in the Canadian-built
Will India-China border talks ever end?
For 25 years, India has been seeking to settle by negotiation with China the disputed Indo-Tibetan frontier. Yet, not only have the negotiations yielded no concrete progress on a settlement, but they also have failed so far to remove even the ambiguities plaguing
India fears China will use reopened route to spy
As India and China prepare to reopen a Himalayan pass on the legendary Silk Road trade route between East and West this week, some Indian military experts warn China could use the pass to extend its spy network deep into India
Tibetan filmmakers announce new feature film
After their whirlwind tour in India, the United States, Canada, Nepal and Bhutan for the screenings of their first fim, ‘Phun Anu Thanu’, the director duo of Tibet Motion Pictures & Arts are set to start shooting for their next venture - a film about four exile youth and their aspiration to win a drama
Tibetan nun release "Inner Peace" album of spiritual mantras
Nuns Welfare Foundation of Nepal presented the 7th annual fund raising concert by famous mantra singer Ani Choying Dolma called 'Inner Peace with Ani Choying Dolma' at Nepal Academy Hall, Kathmandu for an audience of over
Dalai-Lama has not been invited to summit not to endanger dialogue with Chinese leaders
The organizers of the Moscow Religious Summit have not invited the Dalai-Lama to the forum because they do not want to endanger the Buddhist spiritual leader's emerging dialogue with the Chinese authorities, Metropolitan of Kaliningrad and
Bikers rev up where old Tibet and new China collide
Tibetan herdsmen in cowboy hats and traditional robes roar by on gaudy motorbikes. Sun-baked nomads wander around shops owned by Han Chinese migrants. Tibetan and Cantonese pop blares from music stores. Welcome to Litang, a 4,000 metre-high
Finding New Hope By Taking Buddhist Path
The events of September 11th shook my sense of security in the world and reminded me of the ultimate fragility of life. But most of all, they made me wonder how people could be filled with so much hate that killing themselves and others in this horrible way was the
Tibetan dissident to accuse Chinese of torture and genocide
Tenzin Tsundue, a Tibetan poet and activist, takes his fight to Britain today when he files a sworn testimony detailing atrocities he says he saw and experienced while in prison in the remote Himalayan region
Leading exile Tibetan activists on UK visit
Exile Tibetan activist and poet Tenzin Tsundue, and the national co-ordinator of Students for a Free Tibet's India chapter Tenzin Choeying are currently half way through their ten-day visit to the UK. Following an amazing week at SFT Free Tibet! Action camp in Germany, the two
Toronto Tibetans Say No! to Railway in Tibet
Tibetans from Toronto today organized a demonstration in front of the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa. The protestors rejected the railway operation in Tibet which began its first trip today connecting China-Tibet through Golmud-Lhasa. The demonstration was jointly organized by Canada Tibet Committee
Edinburgh Students Protest Chinese Railway in Tibet
Students for a Free Tibet Edinburgh chapter today staged protest demonstration outside the Chinese Consulate in Edinburgh against the opening of the controversial Chinese railway in Tibet. In doing so they joined demonstrations around
Reject the Railway Demonstration in Chicago
In solidarity with other Tibetans and Tibet Supporters from around the world, Tibetans and one Westerner gathered on June 30th in Chicago in front of China's Consulate to strongly express their displeasure with the China-Tibet railway
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Monks participate in the Tsetor rituals of the Tibetan Losar, at the Tsuglakhang temple on the first day of the Tibetan Fire Monkey Year 2143. Theckchen Choeling, Feb. 9, 2016. Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
Officials of the Central Tibetan Administration pray for Kagyu MP and former speaker Karma Choephel who breathed his last on Jan. 30, 2016. Offices remained closed in mourning after the prayer. Ghangchen Kyishong, Feb. 1, 2016. TibetNet Photo
His Holiness the Dalai Lama laughs as he comments on a presentation during the second day of the Mind & Life XXX conference at Sera Monastery in Bylakuppe, Karnataka, India on December 15, 2015. Photo/Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL
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