Tibetan Parliament urges UNHRC to hold special session on Tibet
Tibetan lawmakers in exile have called on the apex human rights body of the United Nations to convene a special meeting in response to the deteriorating human rights situation in Tibet, heralded by the ongoing wave of self-immolations. The Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile urged the 47 member states of the UN Human Rights Council
Men-Tsee-Khang opens Therapy Centre in McLeod Ganj
Men-Tsee-khang opened a new Tibetan traditional therapy centre aimed at alleviating diseases and promoting health through herbal medicine in McLeod Ganj town on Monday. The institute had earlier announced plans of commemorating 100 years of Lhasa Men-Tsee-khang
Modern Tibetan Art – Breaking Away from Tradition
Contemporary Tibetan art scene took a leap forward last week as a major new exhibition dedicated solely to contemporary Tibetan art kicked off at a museum in New York.
Fresh alerts of terror strikes on Buddhist population and monasteries in Himachal
Police in the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, exile home to thousands of Tibetans including His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Central Tibetan Administration, have been alerted of possible terror strikes on Buddhist population and monastries. India’s central counter terrorism unit, the National Investigation Agency, has alerted Himachal police