TWA’s 7th General body meeting Concludes

After six grueling days, Tibetan Women’s Association’s 7th General Body Meeting concluded today with the election of new team of executives to head its central office in Dharamsala. The new central executives, elected by the regional

World Health Day Message from the Health Kalon

On the occasion of World Health Day, the Department of Health of the Central Tibetan Administration would like to extend our warm greetings to all those dedicated to promoting good health throughout the globe.

Dalai Lama: Envoy Will Visit Beijing

A representative of the Dalai Lama will visit Beijing by the end of May to discuss Tibetans’ desire for “genuine autonomy” within China, the Dalai Lama said Monday. “There is a possibility of a mutually agreed solution,” the Dalai Lama

Dalai Lama seeks Indian recognition for Bhoti language

Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, called for the inclusion of the Bhoti language spoken by Himalayan people as one of India’s official languages. Speaking at a conference on Himalayan culture here Monday, the Dalai Lama

New Airport built in Tibet

Construction of the Nyingchi Airport in Nyingchi Prefecture in southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, is underway. The airport, one of the key projects enumerated by the state for China’s Tenth Five-Year Plan Period (2001-2005)

Army’s failure added to Nehru’s blunder

Almost all accounts of Sino-Indian history place great blame for the Sino-Indian war on Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Despite great experience in foreign affairs, he failed to adequately read the new Communist leadership of China.

Army’s failure added to Nehru’s blunder

Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru visiting Indian soldiers deployed near Tezpur in the Assam foothills. On his right is Defence Minister Y B Chavan who was appointed after the removal of V K Krishna Menon.