Dharamshala: A Parliamentary sideline session to discuss His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama's statement issued to the 9th Tibetan Parliament Budget Session concluded today in the mess hall of Tibetan Government in exile, Gangchen Kyishong, Dharamshala, India.

Dharamshala: On this historically significant day Tibetan women across the globe gathered in observance of the 51st anniversary of the National Tibetan Women's Uprising Day in Tibet. The chronicling of 51 years of struggle of Tibetan women elucidates the consistent efforts, perseverance, and selfless dedication that characterize the integral role Tibetan women have played in the Tibetan freedom struggle.

Dharamshala: The Ninth Session of the 14th Tibetan Parliament began today in Dharamshala. Penpa Tsering, Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile, inaugurated the session this morning. He expressed his exiled parliament's concern at the current tense situation in the occupied Tibet, including the statue of ninth round of China-Tibet talks.

Dharamshala: Hundreds of exiled Tibetans including nuns and monks and supporters on Friday held a mass candlelight vigil in Dharamshala, India to condemn "Strike Hard" campaign in Tibet's capital of Lhasa which recently launched by communist regime of China. The event was organized by four large Tibetan NGOs, Tibetan Youth Congress, Tibetan Women's Association, National Democratic Party of Tibet and Students for Free Tibet.

Pune - Students from 16 different countries in Pune met today to commemorate the 51st anniversary of the Tibetan Uprising day at Symbiosis Auditorium. March 10 holds a special significance in the hearts of all Tibetans as on this day, 51 years ago, Tibet experienced one of the bloodiest massacre in the history of our struggle.

Dharamshala: The ninth session of the 14th Tibetan Parliament in Exile is set to begin this Monday with the commencement of the budget session in Dharamshala, India's Northern Hill station, where exiled Tibetan government based for last 50 years.

Dharamshala: The ex-political prisoners organization, Gu-Chu-Sum Movement of Tibet this morning launched a three-day book exhibition in the library of Namgyal College, at the main Tibetan temple in Dharamshala, India, where exiled Tibetan government based for last 50 years.

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