Activist group calls for redemption of justice ahead of Anya Sengdra’s second trial

Anya Sengdra in an undated photo

By Tenzin Dharpo DHARAMSHALA, Apr. 24: Ahead of the second trial of persecuted Tibetan anti-corruption activist, rights group International Tibet Network has called on China to “right a flagrant injustice” and grant “a free and fair” second trial for imprisoned Tibetan nomad and community leader Anya Sengdra. Sengdra who has campaigned against government corruption and […]

CTA to provide financial help to stranded Tibetan college students in India

Pema Yangchen, Cabinet minister for Education/CTA Photo Courtesy- CTA

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, Apr. 24: Pema Yangchen, Cabinet Minister of Department of Education (DoE) of CTA, announced on Thursday that her department will provide relief assistance of 5000 Rupees to 200 college students all over India. The all-India lock down that has banned travel and movement, due to the COVID-19 have impacted Tibetan college […]

China demolishes houses under-construction in Langdi monastery, Markham

Tibetan virus prevention workers take a break in Garze, Occupied Tibet. Photo-LA Times:Eleanor Moseman

By Choekyi Lhamo DHARAMSHALA, Apr. 23: Chinese officials demolished a building under construction which was built for housing 16 monks in Langdi monastery in Markham, Tibet. On Apr. 2, Chinese police arrived with a bulldozer to strike off the building which was being built by the local people in the traditional style by using collective […]