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Tibetan woman deported by Switzerland jailed in Nepal
Women inherently more compassionate, Dalai Lama tells participants of women empowerment conference
China relentless in violating human rights, suppressing voices: TCHRD annual report
Tibetan PM unveils book by late Tibetan surgeon
Niece of slain Tibetan Lama addresses UN summit in Geneva
Tibetan PM inaugurates residential building for ex-political prisoners
Over 300 Tibetan women meet for maiden empowerment conference
American city adopts resolution on Tibet
Contempt petition filed against Union of India over passport issuance to Tibetans
Chinese state media lauds Swiss government’s policy shift on Tibetan refugees
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From Dalai Lama's bodyguard to Dharamshala Municipal Councillor: Journey of a common man
Tibetan among two arrested at Delhi airport for travel document fraud: reports
Passports of Kalachakra returnees torn on arrival, further punitive measures feared
Chinese state media lauds Swiss government’s policy shift on Tibetan refugees
Former goalie of Tibetan national football team dead, investigation on
“It's like a whole library had burned down” : prominent Tibet scholar dies
Dalai Lama donates to help homeless, needy in US
China irked by Tibetan PM's presence at US Ambassador’s dinner gathering
The 34th Kalachakra - An Overview
Security tightened in Bodh Gaya ahead of Kalachakra
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20 October 2006
Tibetans and supporters protest killings of Tibetan refugees by China
Tibetans and supporters will demonstrate at the Chinese Embassy in Washington D.C. in response to the brutal killings of Tibetan refugees attempting to escape from Tibet into Nepal. Protesters shall
Tibetans hold Candle Light Vigil
The Regional Tibetan Youth Congress and Regional Tibetan Freedom Movement today staged the candle light vigil to pay homage to the martyrs of the Tibetan Freedom Struggle, through
19 October 2006
Illegitimate killing of defenceless Tibetan refugees on Nangpa La Pass by Chinese police
The Tibetan Community in Switzerland & Liechtenstein (TCSL) is most afflicted and condemns strongly the recent shooting of defenceless Tibetan refugees by the Chinese
Tibetan parliament-in-exile greets new UN General Secretary
Standing Committee of the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile yesterday sent greetings to South Korean Foreign Minister, Ban Ki-Moon, on his unanimous election to the post of the UN Secretary General.
Exile parliament urges UNHRC High Commissioner to take note of Nangpa-La pass shooting
Reacting to Nangpa-La pass shooting which resulted in the death of Kelsang Nortso, a 27 years old nun, and the injured 23 years old Kunsang Namgyal, the Standing Committee of the Tibetan
Unique Research Center on Buddhism Opens in Israel
The Middle East is one of the most unlikely places in the world to study Buddhism, or the Far East for that matter. But all that is hopefully going to change. The Israel Center for the Study of Buddhism
Tibetan-Americans Outraged by Cold Blooded Shooting of Young Nun and Children in Snows
We are deeply saddened and outraged to hear of the heartless shooting by Chinese soldiers of Tibetan refugees escaping to India through the Nangpa la Pass in the Himalayas on September 30.
Music, art play role in monks' spirituality
It has been said that math feeds the mind and the arts feed the soul.If that's true, the Drepung Loseling monks will have a regular feast of both this week.
A Journey Back to My Homeland, Tibet
I was less than a week old when my parents had to leave Tibet for India because of the full-scale invasion of Tibet by the People's Republic of China. After forty-six years I recently went back
Canada condemns Chinese soldier killing of Tibetan refugee
Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Peter MacKay "strongly" condemned the killing of an unarmed Tibetan fleeing into Nepal and wounding of another by Chinese troops, captured on video.
Two Norwegian mountaineers witness the shooting
Norwegian TV 2 carried a news report in prime time news yesterday on shooting at Nangpa la pass. This is a follow up to the previous coverage of the same incident when the Channel showed the
18 October 2006
Brutality in Tibet
For the past half-century, the global community has time and again swept the issue of Tibet and the violation of the human rights of Tibetans under the rug. Meanwhile, my culture, my heritage and my people are slowly but surely being
Mugumpa Tibetan clan in Nepal release first music album
A music album called “TA-LA-SHI-PA” by Tsewang Chorten from Mugum Village in far north western Nepal was released today at the Everest Hotel in Kathmandu by NIPA Production amidst a brief
Man behind Miss Tibet now plans Tibetan Olympics
The man behind the Miss Tibet pageant is now planning another event to focus attention on his homeland: Tibetan Olympics. Lobsang Wangyal, the producer-director of the
New images of aftermath of Nangpa pass shooting
A new set of images received by ICT depicts a group of Chinese police at the scene of the shooting of the young Tibetan nun on the Nangpa Pass near the border of Nepal on September 30.
Officials Detain Nine Tibetans for Links to Leaflets, Posters
The Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) has reported that Chinese public security officials detained nine Tibetans in Ganzi (Kardze) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (TAP), Sichuan
The life story of a Tibetan Revolutionary available in Tibetan
Kalon Tripa, Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche, yesterday released the Tibetan version of a book titled A Tibetan Revolutionary, launched by the Tibet Times.
Protest in Toronto against China’s Recent Attacks on Tibetan Refugees
Crowds of protesters peacefully rallied in front of the Chinese Consulate General in Toronto voicing their opposition at the recent fatal shootings of unarmed Tibetan refugees by Chinese border guards.
Miss Tibet winner puts politics on the catwalk
Braving a controversial "swimwear" round and questions about Tibet's "freedom struggle", a sociology student born in India has won the annual Miss Tibet beauty pageant held by Tibetans living
17 October 2006
Tibetan protesters train hard for Beijing Olympics
In a remote tree-lined field in the shadow of the Indian Himalayas, a handful of students link arms, chant slogans and burn a Chinese flag. Another, a bandana round his head, climbs a tree and unfurls the Tibetan colors.
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Ngari Chithun Association declares support for Penpa Tsering (13:01, 29 Jan 2016)
Tyranny of the Tibetan Majority (11:01, 29 Jan 2016)
RTYC New York/New Jersey controversy ends on positive note (10:01, 29 Jan 2016)
TYC Centrex clears the air at New York public meeting (20:01, 16 Jan 2016)
Chatral Rinpoche passes away aged 102 (22:01, 06 Jan 2016)
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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
'Unity is Strength,' says one of the formations of the calisthenic display by children of TCV on its 56th anniversary, Oct. 23, 2016. 17th Gyalwang Karmapa attended the celebrations as the Chief Guest/Phayul Photo: Kunsang Gashon
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Be selfish to achieve your dreams: Tenzin Dasel, Tibetan woman filmmaker
Twenty First Century Renunciation:Lingtsa T. Dorjee's mother talks about her son
Empowering digital Tibet: An interview with activist Lhadon Tethong
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