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Budget session concludes, electoral reform discussion deferred to next session
Australian Cricket team call on the Dalai Lama
Senior Abbot says forced eviction at Larung Gar nearly over
India should take responsibility to ensure genuine autonomy for Tibet: Former Indian diplomat
Tibetans protest during Chinese premier Li Keqiang’s Australia visit
Lukar's car vandalized, says his family feel 'threatened by anti-social elements'
Yarchen Gar made inaccessible for tourists, foreigners
Dalai Lama’s upcoming trip to border state sparks political debate
Tibetan exiles observe World Water Day
Around 200 Tibetans arrested following latest self-immolation in Nyagrong
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Tibetan woman deported by Switzerland jailed in Nepal
Nepal bans ‘Tibetan Uprising Day commemorations’ again
From Dalai Lama's bodyguard to Dharamshala Municipal Councillor: Journey of a common man
Lukar's car vandalized, says his family feel 'threatened by anti-social elements'
Lukar's reference to Dalai Lama unfortunate: PM Sangay
Man arrested for spying on Tibetan refugees in Sweden
Chinese state media lauds Swiss government’s policy shift on Tibetan refugees
Setback for Tibetan women’s football team as US denies visa
Former goalie of Tibetan national football team dead, investigation on
Sangay led Cabinet walks out of parliament amid row over reform proposal of electoral rules
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26 October 2006
Tibetans in Bern, Switzerland hold a candle light vigil in front of the Bundes Haus
A human size doll clad in Tibetan nuns dress is supposed to remind us of the nun Kelsang Namtso,who was shot at during her escape to india with her Tibetan brothers
Chirac in China highlights human rights issue
French President Jacques Chirac singled out China's attitude on human rights as a particular area of concern for the country's leaders as they look ahead to hosting the 2008 Olympics.
Belgian Foreign Minister says he finds Nangpa La incident very hard to accept
During this afternoon's question and answer session at the Belgian Parliament, Mr. Walter Muls, President of the Interparliamentary Group for Tibet raised the following questions
RSS chief meets the Dalai Lama
The RSS chief, K Sudarshan, today met Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama at his residence in Mcleod ganj near Dharamsala.
25 October 2006
Three Detained for Allegedly Helping Tibetans Flee
Chinese authorities in Lhasa have detained two Tibetans and one Nepalese ethnic Sherpa for allegedly escorting Tibetan asylum-seekers from China into India.
Official Says Water Diversion Not Feasible
A controversial scheme to channel water from Tibet to the parched Yellow River in western China is unnecessary and anyway not feasible, China's top water resources minister said on Tuesday.
Candle light vigil against killing of Tibetan refugees
Yesterday afternoon, members of the Tibetan diaspora were joined by Norwegian human rights activists and other sympathizers in a peaceful demonstration in front of the Norwegian Parliament
China takes heat after tragic flight of Tibetan teenager
The two teenage girls were best friends. In their tiny farming village in Tibet, they had stayed up late many nights over four years plotting their escape.
Protest email-action launched by Olympic campaign
The ITSN Olympics campaign working group has launched an email protest campaign. The protest mails can be send from the 2008-FreeTibet.org website to Mr. Jacques Rogge, IOC
Outraged Tibetans protest shelling at the Pass
Outrage over the Chinese firing at the 19,000 feet high Nangpa La Pass Nepal-China border that claimed the life of a 17-year-old nun on 30 September has spilled over to
Repression under China: Murder in the mountains
A few minutes of jerky video footage shot by a Romanian cameraman on a mountaineering trip brought the plight of Tibetans under Chinese rule into Western living rooms this month. For once,
Chinese presidents posters and China's flag burnt for Tibet freedom
Quite aggressive were the activists for peace, while shouting out slogans with widening out their lips at the most, Simultaneously raising their hands up and down that, “we do not want Hu jin tao
Successful Urgent Protest Action Campaign via SMS, and Vigil held in Oslo
Amnesty International Norway and Norwegian Tibet Committee launched an urgent protest SMS protest campaign to the Chinese government and to the Chinese embassy in Norway on 23 October. Protest
24 October 2006
A group of Tibetan NGOs Protest Chinese atrocity on innocent Tibetans on Nangpa La Pass.
As the 41 surviving Tibetan refugees, who have earlier lived through the fateful incident on the Nangpa La pass, reached Dharamsala safely early this morning,
British Business Leaders lunch with senior Chinese leader, days after brutal murder of Tibetans at border
Free Tibet Campaign and its supporters will use the visit to London today by senior Chinese Communist Party (CCP) official Mr Jia Qinglin (1), to demonstrate their outrage at
Unlawful shooting of a Tibetan nun on the Nangpa La – the British Government must bring China to account.
Tibetans and Tibet supporters in the UK prepare to stage a protest as Chinese Communist Party’s senior political advisor, Mr Jai Qinglin, makes a good will visit to London.
Kalon Kesang Y. Takla sworn in
The officials of the Central Tibetan Administration offered felicitations to Kalon Kesang Yangkyi Takla this morning at the Kashag Hall.
Protest against Nangpa La shootings in Vancouver, BC
37 Tibetans from Oregon and SW Washington embarked on a 6 hour drive early Saturday morning in a 5 minivan caravan across the border into Canada to protest at the Chinese Consulate in Vancouver,
Second Tibetan shot at border
A second person was killed last month when Chinese border guards shot at Tibetan refugees trekking across the frontier into Nepal. The announcement was made yesterday by Chinese officials.
Tibet on European Parliament Agenda
According to the website of the European Parliament, the legislative body of the 25 Member countries of the European Union, the situation in Tibet will be taken up in the agenda of this
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Tibetans participate in a candlelight vigil following news of the self immolation protest by a 24 yr old Tibetan named Pema Gyaltsen in Nyarong, Kham, on March 18, 2017. McLeod Ganj, March 19, 2017 Phayul Photo:Kunsang Gashon
His Holiness the Dalai Lama gazes at devotees as he visits the Mahabodhi temple near the Kalachakra venue, a day after the conclusion of 34th Kalachakra. Jan. 15, 2016 Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
Three weeks after Indian PM announced Demonetization of 500 and 1000 notes residents including Tibetans queue outside State Bank of India and on-site ATMs to withdraw daily limit of 2000 Rs per account, Dharamshala, Nov. 28, 2016, Phayul Photo
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