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 Latest Stories
President Xi likely to talk status of Tibetan government with India
Two more Tibetans arrested in Denma town
Senior Tibetan Lama spotted in poor health in prison:Tibetan right group
13 yr old boy dies 6 days after electrocution
TYC expels executive members of eight regional chapters
Tibetan nun arrested in Golog
Meeting on Basic Education Policy concludes
A pregnant wife of a deceased man hangs self to death
China shuts down Beijing Independent Film Festival
China sentences Tibetan monk to nine years in prison
 Hot Articles
Tibetan nurse allege gangrape at Oberoi Hotel in Delhi by owner's staff
Reincarnation of former head of Tibet's oldest sect enthroned
Tibetan MPs express concern over asylum issues in Europe
Reports of Dalai Lama being unwell not true, says a close aide
Nepal rescinds permission for Buddhist leader's cremation
TYC expels executive members of eight regional chapters
Zero tolerance against rape: Tibetan PM Sangay
Kalachakra incites hatred and terror, says China
13 yr old boy dies 6 days after electrocution
Tibetan PM attends Tibetan sweater sellers and suppliers' meet - Ludhiana
26 January 2006
Tibet Activists Deplore Google Censorship
Free Tibet Campaign deplores the announcement by Google that it is to capitulate to political pressure from China and provide a web-based search engine for the Chinese market that will prohibit access to information
Serving China? Google really should search its conscience
Every morning it is the same. A cheery, two-note tune that says: "Welcome to the world and all its weird and wonderful ways." Never mind Fritz Spiegl and his soon-to-be-deleted Radio 4 theme.
IBS - Chinese, Tibetan And Indian Herbal Medicines May Help
Traditional herbal medicines may improve symptoms of abdominal pain, disturbed bowel movements, and/or bloating and distension caused by Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
25 January 2006
DIIR Kalon to Address Human Rights Workshop
Lobsang Nyandak Zayul, Kalon for the Department of Information and International Relations (DIIR) of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), will speak on the functions and policies of the CTA
Nagpur-based Bharat Tibet Sahyog Manch members in Dharamsala
Today Mr. Ashok Mandey, President of the Bharat Tibet Sahyog Manch (BTSM) in Nagpur and his team comprising about 10 members met Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche, Kalon Tripa of the Central Tibetan Administration.
Year of Tibet Launched in Australia and New Zealand
On 1 January 2006, a Year of Tibet was launched with a message from His Holiness the Dalai Lama at Woodford Festival, Queensland. The function was attended by about 5000 Australians from different States.
Google agrees to censor service to enter China
Web search leader Google Inc. said on Tuesday it was introducing a new service for China that seeks to avoid a confrontation with the government by restricting access to services to which users contribute such as e-mail
24 January 2006
Film-makers call up Google to help find new face of Buddha
A Worldwide search has been launched to try to find the face of the Buddha. A film about the life and teachings of Siddharth Gautam, the historical founder of Buddhism, is planned
MGAC launches Save Tibet - Secure India campaign
To mark the 47 years of Chinese occupation of Tibet, Dr Mahesh Yadav, President of Mahatma Gandhi Global Amity Council (MGAC), Bhopal started off "Save Tibet - Secure India"
23 January 2006
Illiteracy and education levels worsen in the TAR despite development drive
The most recent statistics available for the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) reveal that the proportion of the local population that cannot read or write increased by more than 10 percent, to 54.9 percent in 2003, from 43.8 percent in 2002.
Angry Monk: Reflections on Tibet
Touted as a film about the life of Gendun Choephel, the movie is less a complete biography than an analysis of the monk's conflict with the norms of Tibetan Buddhism and society.
Global meet on science and spirituality
An international conference on science and spirituality will be held here Feb 5-7 to explore the relationship between the two knowledge traditions.
22 January 2006
Nepal police detain 41 Tibetans
Nepalese police today detained 41 Tibetans for illegal entry into the country, a police official said. The group was detained at the Thankot police checkpoint outside Kathmandu, after travelling from Bhairahawa, 282km southwest of the capital
Democracy in Action
On 15th January 2006, The Regional Tibetan Youth Congress of NY&NJ has organized a debate in New York City for North America Chithue candidates in front of nearly 300 Tibetans and most of them were young generation.
Chinese Communist Party Hinders Australian Officials from Attending New Year Global Gala
A letter from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to Australian government departments and officials dated December 14, 2005, was recently released, in which the CCP not only slandered the New Tang Dynasty organization
Dalai Lama's visit next month will focus on the spiritual, rather than the political
The Dalai Lama, the exiled leader of the Tibetan people who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989, will visit Israel next month.
Hello, Dalai
Recently the Dalai Lama came to Washington to talk about religion, science, the mysteries of the human mind and various other topics that are important to any holy man whose first name is "the."
21 January 2006
Two locomotives collided at China's new rail line to Tibet
Two locomotives collided at a work site on China's new railway line to Tibet, killing one person and injuring eight others, the government said Saturday.
Tibet: An Encounter with 'The Fake One'
Last summer as our bus approached the deep tunnel the Chinese had bored through Sichuan's Erlang Mountain to ensure access to Tibet's restive Kham region, a phalanx of People's Liberation Army trucks blocked the way.
Film on Tibetan Scholar Gendun Choephel to Premiere at Sundance Festival
Angry Monk, a film on Tibetan scholar Gendun Choephel, by Swiss film maker Luc Schaedler is having its North American premiere at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival on January 22, 2006.
 Latest News Discussions
China arrests popular Tibetan singer after packed concert (10:05, 27 May 2014)
TYC condemns protests against Dalai Lama by Shugden followers (22:05, 26 May 2014)
Historical texts reveal Tibetan solution (17:05, 24 May 2014)
Arunachal Buddhist lama found hanging in Delhi Apt (01:05, 24 May 2014)
31 dead, 90 injured in Urumqi blasts (14:05, 23 May 2014)
  Hot News Discussions
TYC expels executive members of eight regional chapters (0)
10 injured as Chinese police open fire on Tibetans in Derge (0)
Tibetan PM reaffirms commitment to MWA at prayer marking 3 years (0)
Nepal to allow Buddhist leader's cremation (0)
Tibetan exiles commemorate 100 years of Shimla Convention (0)
Nepal rescinds permission for Buddhist leader's cremation (0)
TYC shunned from Kalachakra social service opportunity due to independence? (0)
 Latest Photo News
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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 Latest Opinions
Who’s the Boss?: China’s White Paper on Hong Kong
Misinformation About the Middle Way Approach
A "Partial-Middle Way" Campaign is Launched in Dharamsala
 Latest Bookreviews
A Way Ahead: Human Approach to a Peaceful World
Green is In…Red is Out
Subcontinental Drift
 Latest Interviews
In Conversation with Loten Namling
Q&A with Tibetan writer Tsering Namgyal
The Dalai Lama shares wisdom on dissent, death and politicians
 Latest Travels
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