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Exile Tibetans pray for Tibetan self immolators
Conference on CTA’s international efforts concludes
Abbot among five Tibetans arrested
Tibetan PM Sangay launches TPI website and book on CCP leaders in Tibet
China scraps human rights talk with UK
Tibetan immolates self in Tawu
Reshuffle in Offices of Tibet, Japan and Australia
Students' conference on Leadership and Personal Development held
China denies visa for Thai activist supportive of Dalai Lama
UN Human Rights Committee expresses concern about Tibetans to Nepal
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Youngest Tibetan MP slams China at Geneva Summit
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24 March 2014
Taiwan Tibet support group 'hurt' by CTA official's remarks
A Taiwanese Tibet support group has accused the Tibetan exile government’s representative in Taiwan for “hurting the sentiments of Taiwanese supporters” and “misinforming the public” about the organizat
23 March 2014
Tibetan self-immolator Lobsang Palden dies
A Tibetan monk from Kirti monastery in Ngaba who set himself on fire on the sixth anniversary of a 2008 crackdown has succumbed to his burns on Friday around 1.30 pm (local time). Lobsang Palden, 23, set himself ablaze on
Seventh session of the 15th Tibetan Parliament concludes
The 15th Tibetan Parliament in Exile today concluded its seventh session during which the budget of Tibetan government in exile for the fiscal year of 2014-2015 was discussed. Tibetan lawmakers, on the last day of the current session, passed a budget of INR 189,26,55,572 (One hundred and eighty nine
22 March 2014
Tibetan prisoner on parole succumbs to 'torture' injuries
A Tibetan political prisoner who the Chinese officials released in October last year apparently for ‘fear of death in custody’ has died at his home in Bhelban Township in Machu County on Wedn
3 Tibetans including a father of two sentenced up to 12 years for 2008 protest
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy said reports of arrest and subsequent sentencing of three Tibetans in Tibet’s Sangchu County between 2008 and 2009 have emerged now through its source
21 March 2014
Tibetan NGOs lobby Indian politicians and lawmakers
A delegation of Tibetan NGOs has urged Indian politicians and parliamentarians to press China to bring “an immediate end to the crackdown in Tibet” saying “only coordinated and swift diplomatic action” can stop the
HP University confers honorary degree upon Dalai Lama
The Himachal Pradesh University bestowed upon Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama an honorary Degree of Doctor of Letter (D.Litt) in Shimla yesterday. The Tibetan leader graced the 21st Conv
19 March 2014
Tibetan Parliament passes unanimous resolution on Dholgyal issue
Tibetan Parliament in Exile on Monday unanimously passed a five point resolution concerning the worship of Dorjee Shugden (Dholgyal) after an intensive discussion during its ongoing parliament se
Students storm Taiwanese Parliament to oppose China trade deal
In an unprecedented turn of events, at least 300 students and activists against a trade deal with China have stormed the Taiwanese parliament late Tuesday demanding a public review of the de
Chinese activist Cao's death a 'huge blow' to human rights: Tibetan rights group
Tibetan exiles have expressed sadness over the death of a Chinese human rights activist Cao Shunli, 52, who died of organ failure in a Beijing hospital last week. Condemning the treatment meted out to Cao by Chinese
Tibetan MP (Europe) Chundak Koren resigns on health grounds
A Tibetan member of parliament from Europe Constituency, Chungdak Koren, has submitted her resignation from the 15th Tibetan Parliament in exile citing health reason
18 March 2014
China rejects five out of seven UPR recommendations on Tibet
China has rejected all the recommendations on Tibet to the United Nations Review of its human rights record except one, that is to facilitate the visits of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights an
Four Tibetans arrested in Sog
Two Tibetan monks have been arrested in Sog County by Chinese authorities on March 13 this year, said Ngawang Tharpa, a Tibetan exile with contacts in the region. The two monks belonged to the Drilda monastery where the Great Monla
17 March 2014
Double self immolation protest marks crackdown anniversary
A monk whose name is not yet known carried out the protest around 7.30 AM (local time) on Sunday. He was a monk of Sonag monastery in Jhador township in Tsekhog. As of now, i
16 March 2014
A Tibetan monk self immolates in Ngaba
A Tibetan monk today set himself on fire in protest against China’s occupation of Tibet and its hard-line policies, said Kanyag Tsering, a Tibetan monk of Kirti monastery here. Chinese police immediately arrived at the protest site, doused the flame and took him away in a vehicle. It is not known if he is still alive or
15 March 2014
Tibetan Parliament honours Indian Tibet supporters
Tibetan Parliament in Exile honoured over forty local Indian Tibet supporters representing various Tibet support groups including local Taxi and Auto union today as the observers for the ongoing Tibetan Parliament
Tibetan held without trial for over a year in Sog
Chinese authorities in Tibet's Sog County have held a Tibetan man in detention for over a year without trial and is reportedly in poor health, exile sou
WeChat leads to arrest of five Tibetans in Sog
Five Tibetans including two monks of Drilda monastery in Sog County were arrested by Chinese authorities on March 6 for allegedly sharing pictures and messages on WeChat, the China based popular mes
14 March 2014
Missing Tibetan man in Bylakuppe found dead
A Tibetan man who had gone missing since March 4 (third day of Tibetan New Year) in Bylakuppe Tibetan settlement has been found dead on Wednesday. Police found the body of Loden,
20 women arrested outside the Chinese embassy for Tibet protest
Twenty women belonging to the regional Tibetan youth congress Delhi were arrested and later released for carrying out a protest outside the Chinese Embassy on Wednesday, the 55th Tibetan women’s uprisi
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama inside a shop during a brief stopover for rest  on a roadtrip from Kyoto to Koyasan, Japan, where he delivered Buddhist teachings,  April 13, 2013/Photo/Office of Tibet, Japan
His Holiness the Dalai Lama responds as Ven. Suguri Kouzui, Dean of Shuchiin University, offers prostration before a talk at the university in Kyoto, Japan on April 10, 2014. Photo/Office of Tibet, Japan
Tibetans hold a candle light vigil after news of a self immolation protest by a Tibetan nun in Bathang County in Kham, Tibet, reached India. McLeod Ganj, March 30, 2014, Phayul Photo/Kunsang Gashon
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