Activists call for Independence as the ultimate goal of Tibetan freedom struggle
As many as 15 activists for Tibet’s independence held a highly close-door meeting of what they called as Rangzen Meet earlier on June 10 here at the Tibetan Community Centre
Nawang Khechog: Tibet’s son of music
Nawang Khechog has travelled from that of a hermit meditator to being a Grammy nominee and one of the most celebrated and foremost Tibetan musicians around the world. After a deadly accident in February this year, Khechog speaks about his
Tibetans on hunger strike
Lobsang rests on the third day of a hunger strike by 14 Tibetan men and women in New Delhi, India, on Tuesday. The indefinite hunger strike is a protest against human-rights abuses by the Chinese government, the alleged destruction of Tibetan culture and the alleged imprisonment of several key Tibetan figures such as the 11th Panchen Lama.(THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/Saurabh Das)
Chinese government blocks access to Israeli Web site
The Chinese government has blocked English and Chinese versions of popular Web site Wikipedia since 2005,apparently because of entries on the country’s sensitive spots – Tibet, Taiwan
His Holiness the Dalai Lama to visit Barcelona after 10 years
During the two-day tour of the Catalan capital, His Holiness is to give a Public Talk and inaugurate the new headquarters of the Foundation. The place is welcoming the Dalai
Wild life poaching still rampant in Tibet
According to reliable sources, early this year, a group of western adventurers found some fresh carcasses of over 20 Tibetan antelopes that had been slaughtered and skinned for their precious shatoosh wool.
Indefinite Hunger Strike Update: Day 5
The Tibetan Youth Congress-led hunger strike of fourteen Tibetans at Jantar Mantar in Delhi enters the fifth day. The health conditions of the hunger strikers show signs of deteriorating.