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EU parliamentarians urge head of Foreign Affairs to talk Tibet in China
Tibetan PM launches Tibetan translation of ‘Authenticating Tibet’
Tibetan death toll in Nepal earthquake at six
Tibetan political prisoner released in Sangchu County
Tibetan PM, heath minister meet with BJP leaders
Tibetans arrested in Sangchu return home
Tibetans protest road construction near sacred mountain
Tibetans, Nepalese hold vigil, raise funds for Nepal Earthquake victims
Tibetan PM inaugurates renovated Tibet Museum
Tibetan singer Lolo in poor health
 Hot Articles
7.9 magnitude quake hits Nepal, famous Buddhist shrine damaged
Largest pro independence group suspends president of NY NJ chapter
Speaker withdraws resignation after brief uproar in parliament
NYC incident regretted in Tibetan parliament
China rewards Nepal for curbing Tibet activities
17 dead in Tibet quake
Desmond Tutu arrives in Dharamshala to talk about Joy with Dalai Lama
Tibetans to avail online services of Foreigners' Registration Office
Why Tibetans were divided on the March 10th Tibetan Uprising Day?
Dalai Lama blesses Palpung Sherab Ling monastic seat
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14 April 2006
Fashion statement of Chubas no longer a favorite
Yeshi Dorje, a resident in the neighborhood of Lhasa’s central market, who had witnessed the March 10 burning of endangered animal skins in the Amdo province, said that the regular shops which sold tiger and leopard skins in Lhasa no
Probe Committee for Electoral Malpractice Manhandled
A former chairperson of the Tibetan parliament was manhandled by an angry mob in Bhandara Tibetan settlement in what is seen as a rare phenomenon in the Tibetan democracy which is usually referred to as a blessing
Web Users Urged to Help Chinese Censors
China's official Internet industry association is calling on its members to help the government suppress material deemed subversive or immoral.
Buddhist Hope Dalai Lama Visit Draws Support
Minneapolis Nima Lhamo feels a sense of peace when she kneels on the dusty throw rugs inside the Gyuto Wheel of Dharma Monastery, but she longs for something more.
13 April 2006
Gedhun Choekyi Nyima is not the “Panchen Lama” : China to UN Expert
United Nations, Geneva, 13 April – China claimed to a UN rights expert that Gedhun Choekyi is not the “Panchen Lama” but merely an ordinary Tibetan child. This official communication from Beijing is seen in the latest report
Dalai Lama to Attend Gwangju Conference
The Dalai Lama has accepted an invitation to visit Gwangju for a summit of Nobel Peace Prize laureates scheduled for June and hosted by the city government.
China puts the teenage Panchen Lama on display
China today allowed the teenage boy it has chosen as the Panchen Lama to make his first public speech, delivering a carefully calibrated message about patriotism and harmony.
China hosts first Buddhism forum
Buddhists from more than 30 countries are in China for the World Buddhist Forum - communist China's first ever international religious gathering.
China's Lama show at Buddhist forum
China's atheist communist rulers used the opportunity of the World Buddhist Forum to introduce the 11th Panchen Lama to the world stage today, but fellow delegates shunned him.
12 April 2006
Turmoil erupts in the biggest exile Tibetan organisation
The drama that unfolded in the largest Tibetan non-governmental organisation following the President's resignation and then reclaiming the post is now feared to cause a split and weaken the strength of
Google defends cooperation with China
Google Inc. CEO Eric Schmidt on Wednesday defended the search engine's cooperation with Chinese censorship as he announced the creation of a Beijing research center and unveiled a Chinese-language brand name.
China marks post-1949 first with Buddhist forum
China hosts the World Buddhist Forum this week, its first international religious meeting since the Communists swept to power more than five decades ago.
Global warming coming to Tibet?
Gesang Cering habitually wakes up at midnight to check whether his house or sheep pen are flooded again. He has gone through this late-night routine since 2000, when he began to see water oozing
11 April 2006
ICT Statement: Is China fit for the UN's Human Rights Council?
UN member states will vote on May 9 to decide which countries should sit on the new UN Human Rights Council. China has announced it will stand for election, but does it deserve a seat at the table?
Human Rights Watch Calls for UN Access to Detained Panchen Lama
The New York-based human rights monitoring organization Human Rights Watch has urged President George Bush to raise the issue of the Panchen Lama during the upcoming summit with President Hu Jintao and to ask that
10 April 2006
TYC Emergency Meeting Ends in a Draw
In what can be best described as 'All is well that ends well' development at the emergency meeting of the largest Tibetan organisation Kalsang Phuntsok Godrukpa
Samdhong Rinpoche Dominates Preliminary Elections
Samdhong Rinpoche has once again swept the preliminary round of the election for the Kalon Tripa's office with a record 82.6 % of votes cast. The results of the
Washington D.C. Tibetans To Heed H.H. The Dalai Lama's Call and Kashag's Appeal Concerning Hu Jintao's Visit
The Capital Area Tibetan Association (CATA), representing the Tibetan community in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia, has decided not to organize public demonstrations against Chinese President Hu Jintao
09 April 2006
Call for peace marks Buddha Jayanti celebrations
The Maha Bodhi Society of India celebrated the 2550th Buddha Jayanti Divas on Saturday by organising a peace conference that brought many religious leaders on a common platform here.
Tibetan women want to talk with China
A Tibetan refugee women's organisation has urged the Tibetan government-in-exile here to include women representatives in the ongoing Sino-Tibetan talks.
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 Latest News Discussions
Largest pro independence group suspends president of NY NJ chapter (08:04, 03 Apr 2015)
Obama calls Dalai Lama “a good friend” at first public appearance (07:04, 03 Apr 2015)
China says no to Indian consulate in Lhasa, India settle for Chengdu (03:04, 02 Apr 2015)
SFT, TWA observe World Water Day (19:03, 24 Mar 2015)
SEVEN REASONS WHY DALAI LAMA SHOULD NOT VISIT CHINA (19:03, 24 Mar 2015)
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SEVEN REASONS WHY DALAI LAMA SHOULD NOT VISIT CHINA (2)
Largest pro independence group suspends president of NY NJ chapter (2)
Tibetan exiles commemorate 56th Uprising anniversary (1)
NYC, March 10 - My Heart Broke Today (1)
Time for unity, not division, says Kalon Gyari Dolma at Tibetan women's uprising anniversary (1)
Tibetan PM rubbishes Chinese claim over next Dalai Lama (1)
Europe Stands for Tibet Rally held in Paris (1)
Commemoration or Rewriting March 10th? (1)
MARCH MADNESS (1)
SFT, TWA observe World Water Day (1)
China says no to Indian consulate in Lhasa, India settle for Chengdu (1)
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Tibetan exiles participate in a vigil to mourn the deaths in Nepal earthquake, and collection of relief contributions for victims, McLeod Ganj, April 27, 2015. Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
Tibetans and supporters participate in a candle light vigil to pay respects to Dhumkar (Nekyab), 139th Tibetan to self immolate since 2009, Mcleod Ganj, April 17, 2015.Phayul Photo :Kunsang Gashon
Tibetans take part in a candlelight vigil in honor of a Tibetan nun named Yeshi Khando who self immolated on March 8, 2015 in Kardze County. TCV Day school, Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
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A Factual Account of the Tibetan Government’s Gold and Silver
CHINA – LOSING WAY IN THE MIDDLE
The Dalai Lama's China Experience and Its Impact
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Green is In…Red is Out
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