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China arrests Tibetan monks for funding prayer for Dalai Lama
China asks India to exclude Arunachal youth from Indian delegation
Names for final election of Domed seat out, Lukar withdraws
Dalai Lama saddened by South Korea ferry disaster, offers prayers
Tibetan arrested for photographing self immolation protest
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
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Toronto - Tibetan youth stabbed to death trying to stop a fight, police say
Tibetans decry Dalai Lama slander by western followers of Shugden
Missing Tibetan man in Bylakuppe found dead
Is the Dalai Lama safe? - by Jamyang Norbu
Youngest Tibetan MP slams China at Geneva Summit
Taiwan Tibet support group 'hurt' by CTA official's remarks
Tibetan monk rescues German teenager from the streets of Cardiff
AN ALTERNATE TRIBUTE TO BAPA PHUNTSOG WANGYAL - A SLAVE MINDSET
Tibetan Parliament passes unanimous resolution on Dholgyal issue
A Tibetan monk self immolates in Ngaba
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06 December 2005
China denies reports of widespread torture
China on Tuesday denied a special U.N. investigator's report of widespread torture in the country, saying it had mechanisms in place to prevent the problem.
Filmmaker Duo Holds Premiere of their Film
If you see a typical Indian film-styled posters with Tibetan alphabets in your communities, don't take it for a film of three hours' bollywood revolution around a tree. It is the publicity poster of a Tibetan film made by two youngsters, one a
Chinese Embassy stormed for brothers in Tibet
The aftermath of the deaths and the sufferings of the monks and nuns of Drepung and Gharik Monasteries of Tibet through the repressive Patriotic re-education Campaign by the Chinese Communist Party saw powerful reverberations in the Indian Capital city of New Delhi
Shops Gutted by Fire in Ladakh Budh Vihar
A fire broke out at Ladhak Budh Vihar, one of the most well known Tibetan Markets in Delhi and a favorite shopping place for Indian
26 Tibetan Activists Arrested in Delhi
26 Tibetan protestors, 19 men and 7 women, were arrested by Delhi police today at the Chinese Embassy. 40 Tibetans from the two regional chapters of Delhi's Tibetan Youth Congress led by the TYC president Kelsang
Tibetan Parliamentary Delegation to visit Switzerland
A two-member Tibetan parliamentary delegation led by Pema Jungney, chairman of the Assembly of the Tibetan People's Deputies (ATPD), will visit Switzerland to participate in meetings with the members of the Swiss Parliamentary Group for Tibet.
Tibetan woollen sellers are a worried lot as Mumbai sweats
Though December has set in, the Tibetan woollen vendors in Parel see few signs of good times ahead in Mumbai. The month, which usually registers sales of Rs 3,000 per day, is currently witnessing pitiable sales of Rs 800 to Rs 2,000 per day.
China shows first TV play about Tibetan monk martyr
China, which opposes 'Tibetan independence' has begun showing a television play featuring a "patriotic" Tibetan monk, who fought and achieved martyrdom against British imperialists in his attempt to avoid the Himalayan region from being separated.
Tibet's Mineral Resources Valued at US$22.3 bln
The potential value of mineral resources prospected in Tibet during the years 2000-2005 is valued at more than 180 billion yuan (US$22.3 billion).
05 December 2005
Trouble at Indo-Tibetan day, activists caned
The first anniversary of the Mysore chapter of the Indo-Tibetan Friendship Society (ITFS) ran into trouble when hundreds of activists of the Bhagat Singh Yuva Sene..
04 December 2005
Police resort to lathi-charge on protestors
Tension prevailed following a city-based organisation staged a protest against the celebrations by Indo-Tibet Friendship organisation on the occasion of its first anniversary here today.
03 December 2005
TYC to Hold Protest Against Drepung Crackdown
For the local Indian community of Dharamshala which saw Tibetans with placards, national flags, banners winding through the town in March every year, and replacing
His Holiness the Dalai Lama to address members of the Indian Parliament
On 6 December, His Holiness the Dalai Lama will address members of the Indian Parliament at the Parliament Annexe Building in New Delhi, as requested by the All Party Indian Parliamentary Forum for Tibet.
Planning Commission to Make an Exploratory Visit to South India
The office of Planning Commission (PC), of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), will make an exploratory visit to Bangalore, Coimbatore and Tamil Nadu in south India between 12 and 25 December.
Torture Is 'Widespread' in China, U.N. Investigator Says
A high-level United Nations investigator condemned the "widespread" use of torture in Chinese law enforcement and said Beijing must overhaul its criminal laws
02 December 2005
TYC Demands Stop to Patriotic Reeducation Campaign
The Tibetan Youth Congress said that the Drepung unrest is a case of human rights violation and that it sees the exile government's efforts for negotiations with China and human rights violation in Tibet as two entirely
Kashag Urges Tibetans in Tibet to Maintain Peace and Stability
The exile Tibetan government today said that it was deeply saddened by unconfirmed reports of unrest in Drepung monastery following a patriotic reeducation session
Tibetan Parliamentarians after the Convention
At the invitation of International Campaign for Tibet, Netherlands, 12 members Tibetan Parliamentarians' delegation visited Amsterdam from 20-23 November after the World Parliamentarians' Convention on Tibet
Tibet and Peace event in Moscow
On 26 November, Tibet Culture & Information Centre, Moscow, in cooperation with the Writers' Association of Russia, organised an event called 'Tibet and Peace' in the House of Literature in central Moscow to honour the 70^th birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Tenzin Woeser honored with the “Appreciation award”
The Society of Ex Namgyal Students in the United States honored Tenzin Woeser of the Tsam Tsam fame with an "Appreciation Award" at a modest function in New York
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 Latest News Discussions
Reshuffle in Offices of Tibet, Japan and Australia (21:04, 20 Apr 2014)
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For Hu the Bell Tolls (13:04, 16 Apr 2014)
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AN ALTERNATE TRIBUTE TO BAPA PHUNTSOG WANGYAL - A SLAVE MINDSET (21:04, 08 Apr 2014)
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Toronto - Tibetan youth stabbed to death trying to stop a fight, police say (4)
An Unnecessary Resolution (3)
Missing the big moment: by Jamyang Norbu (2)
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Taiwan Tibet support group 'hurt' by CTA official's remarks (2)
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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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China on the Edge - by Gordon G. Chang
For Hu the Bell Tolls
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