A senior State Department official has spoken about the plight of Tibetans in Nepal and the efforts the United States is making to encourage an improvement in their situation.
Representatives of Tibetan youth Congress, Students for a Free Tibet (India) and Friends of Tibet India today submitted a memorandum to Mr. Shyam Saran, Foreign Secretary
A memorandum presented to His Excellency Mr. Shyam Saran, Foreign Secretary, Government of India on his visit to Dharamsala on March 18th 2006
Your Excellency, Namaste! May we introduce ourselves; we are three Non-governmental organizations – Tibetan Youth Congress, Students for a Free Tibet and Friends of Tibet (India).
Tibetans turned up in droves in this north Indian hill station to elect a prime minister and members of the Tibetan parliament in exile.
In continuation of its efforts towards promoting grassroots democracy and thereby strengthening the Local Assemblies, the Tibetan Parliamentary and Policy Research Centre (TPPRC) based in New Delhi
In what has been unprecedented in the 47 years of exile Tibetan governance, the budget proposed for 2006-07 forecasts a surplus income of nearly three million rupees.
On behalf of the Central Tibetan Administration and the exile Tibetans, Kalon Tripa Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche welcomed the release of Phuntsog Nyidrol after serving 15 years behind bars in Tibet.
The Education Department of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) is giving an orientation course for pre-primary teachers at the College of Higher Tibetan Studies, Sarah.
The US has pledged 1.4 million dollars for the assistance of Bhutanese and Tibetan refugees in Nepal, the UN refugee agency said today.
ICT Members to Climb Highest Point in Each U.S. State: Team Highpoint volunteers to raise money for Tibetans
Four dedicated and adventurous ICT members from Colorado are climbing the highest point in each of the U.S. fifty states to raise awareness and funds for Tibet.