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Dalai Lama begins three-day teachings for Tibetan youth
Tibetan woman sets herself on fire in Chone, Tibetan exiles offer prayers
International Rangzen Conference re-affirms Rangzen stance
CTA launches 21,00,000 Rupees worth of TED awards for entrepreneurship
Tibetan arrested for possession of Dalai Lama image
28 teams to play in the biggest sporting event of the Tibetan Diaspora
International Rangzen Conference starts in Delhi
Tibetans in Canada honour Tibetan PM with CTAO award
Man immolates self in Tawu County
Tibetan singer sentenced to three and half years in prison
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7.9 magnitude quake hits Nepal, famous Buddhist shrine damaged
Largest pro independence group suspends president of NY NJ chapter
Staff of Tibetan reception centre shot, hospitalized in Chandigarh
Modi shirks Dalai Lama ahead of China visit
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
Dalai Lama, CTA express solidarity with Nepal, donate towards relief
Nepal declines Taiwan’s help offer
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21 April 2006
Tibetans elect young radicals to parliament-in-exile
Tibetans have opted for a younger look for their parliament-in-exile in northern India, according to election results announced, with some new members saying they would press for independence for their homeland.
Tseden Dhogonpa awarded "2006 Calgary Immigrant Aid Society Immigrants of Distinction Community Service Award"
Last night, Ms. Tseden Dhogonpa from Calgary, Alberta, Canada was presented the coveted "2006 Calgary Immigrant Aid Society Immigrants of Distinction Community Service Award".
20 April 2006
"March for Tibet's Independence" 2006
"March for Tibet's Independence" from Charlottesville to Washington, D.C. FISHERS, Ind.- The International Tibet Independence Movement (ITIM) is coordinating yet another "March for Tibet's Independence."
Tibetans Demand Freedom During Chinese President's Visit
Tibetans and their supports will demand an end to China’s occupation of Tibet as Chinese President Hu Jintao meets President Bush at the White House on Thursday. The demonstrators will join Taiwanese
Finance Department's Entrepreneurship Awareness Campaign
Research and policy unit of the Finance Department of the Central Tibetan Administration is planning to organise a one-month entrepreneurship awareness campaign in various Tibetan settlements in South India.
Report of Protest against Hu Jintao in Seattle
Tibetans of all ages (ranging from 16 to 72), 26 of them from Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington drove to Seattle early Tuesday morning with a lot of energy and excitement.
Dalai Lama makes surprise trip to Chicago
The Dalai Lama is in Chicago on a quiet trip to meet with select supporters and friends, his first visit to the area since 1999.Tsultim Ngabtak, the president of Buddhist View International in Morton Grove, Ill.
19 April 2006
Anxious Tibetans Await Demolition Deadline, Majnu Tilla under DDA Drive
The buildings and houses in Majnu Ka Tilla (Manjutilla), now known as New Arunanagar colony, a major transit for Tibetans traveling within India and abroad and a flourishing commercial centre, may have to face bulldozers of Delhi
Dalai Lama leaves prerogative of appointing members to the exile parliament
In an unprecedented development, the Dalai Lama has renounced his privilege of appointing three members to the Tibetan parliament-in-exile.
A Voice Once Silenced in Tibet - Washington Times Op/Ed of Phuntsok Nyidon
I was 19 years old when I made the protest that resulted in my imprisonment for 15 years. It happened in 1989, when my country, Tibet, was under martial law. Together with a group of fellow Tibetan nuns, I went to the Barkhor area of central Lhasa, and we shouted,
Jetsun Pema Awarded Children's Prize
Jetsun Pema or Amala for the children of the Tibetan children's village has been awarded the World Children's Honorary Award in Stockholm, Sweden yesterday
China 'selling prisoners' organs'
Top British transplant surgeons have accused China of harvesting the organs of thousands of executed prisoners a year to sell for transplants
18 April 2006
SFT to Protest
The relief for the Chinese president was shortlived as Students for a Free Tibet will stage protest demonstration during Chinese President Hu Jintao's US and Canada visit
Lack of a United Approach to Hu’s Visit
A lack of one united approach by the Tibetans and their supporters during Chinese president Hu Jintao’s visit may leave Hu guessing who the winner is, Hu himself or the Dharamshala based exile Tibetan
Tibetans May Possess Land
The state cabinet's decision last winter allowed resident Tibetans to hold land. Chief Minister Raja Vir Bhadra Singh has now assured a visiting delegation led by Kalon Lobsang Nyandak Zayul that notifications to that
Dalai Lama, at famed Mayo, touts compassion's role in health
Sudip Kundu said he was suffering under the stress of a cluttered life when a book by the Dalai Lama, "The Art of Happiness," gave him fresh perspective.
Husband- wife bike rally for Panchen Lama
Friends of Tibet ( India) Kolkata chapter is organizing a Kolkata to Chandragiri MOTORCYCLE RALLY on 21st April 2006. Three members of FOT Kolkata Chapter will take part in this event.
International Tibet Independence Movement demanding Hu Jintao grants Tibet's independence
During Hu Jintao's visit to Seattle, Washington, D.C., and New Haven, leaders of the International Tibet Independence Movement (ITIM) and Jigme Norbu, son of Taktser Rinpoche (His Holiness The Dalai Lama's oldest brother)
17 April 2006
Fake Tibetan Medicine May Cause Serious Legal Problems
The misuse of traditional Tibetan system of medicine and the adulterated medicine on sale worldwide, if unchecked, may pose serious legal problems in future, Kalon Thupten Lungrig said Friday morning at a conclave here
Dalai Lama has message of learning
Every one of Minnesota's approximately 1,500 Tibetans, as well as hundreds of others from around the Midwest, turned out Sunday to hear the Dalai Lama speak at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
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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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Largest pro independence group suspends president of NY NJ chapter (2)
China says no to Indian consulate in Lhasa, India settle for Chengdu (1)
Tibetan PM Sangay interacts with Chinese scholars, students (0)
Discriminatory Chinese passport regulations violate Tibetans’ right to travel: TCHRD (0)
Modi shirks Dalai Lama ahead of China visit (0)
Two Tibetans severely injured in police assault in Driru (0)
CTA to call for Panchen Lama's release on International Solidarity Day with Tibet (0)
CTA calls Chinese White Paper "frenzied" (0)
Land grab petitioner missing after visit by police (0)
Ngaba on high alert, body of self immolator not handed to family (0)
Violence not an answer to violence, says Dalai Lama (0)
Tawang monastery offers longlife ceremony for His Holiness (0)
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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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