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7october20093

Tibetan Youth Congress Celebrates 40 Years of Campaigning

Today was the 40th anniversary of the Tibetan Youth Congress and, to mark the event, a ceremony was held at the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts, Dharamsala. The Deputy Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile, Mrs Dolma Gyari, the Director of the Tibetan Welfare Office, Mr Tsering Phuntsok, and representatives from Tibetan NGOs attended the ceremony, together with around 400 local Tibetan people. Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2009 08:13
 
01october20091

60th anniversary of People’s Republic: Chinese celebration, Tibetan condemnation

This morning in China, the overwhelming theme was advanced military technology. With the unveiling of 52 new weapons systems, nuclear submarines, unmanned aerial vehicles, and five new types of missiles including intercontinental ballistic nuclear missiles all bearing the tag "Made in China," Beijing today celebrated the 60th anniversary of The People's Republic. 200,000 soldiers representing the 2.3 million members of the People's Liberation Army, the largest standing army in the world, paraded through the streets of the capital city while fighter jets and airborne bombers cruised overhead to the delight of 180,000 hand-picked ticket holders. Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2009 08:10
 
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GuChuSum commemorates Lhasa demonstration of September 27th 1987

Dharamshala: In remembrance of the demonstration in Lhasa on September 27th 1987, yesterday GuChuSum, the organization of Tibetan ex-political prisoners based in McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala, held its annual commemoration ceremony. Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2009 08:11
 
25september20091

A Video Interview Shot in Tibet reveals China´ s Repression

Dharamshala: A video interview shot by a Tibetan monk Rinchen Sangpo that was presented today by the Department of Information and International Relations, Central Tibetan Administration reveals "China ´s repression on every aspect of Tibet´ s identity for the last five decades of its rule". Last Updated on Friday, 25 September 2009 18:04
 
23september20094

Global Day of Action for Tibetan film-maker Dhondup Wangchen

Dharamshala: Tibet campaigners call Global Day of Action for Dhondup Wangchen today, on September 23, to express their outrage upon learning details of the probable charges facing the Tibetan film-maker. Dhondup Wangchen was formally arrested in July 2008 under suspicion of “inciting separatism” and espionage for filming interviews with ordinary Tibetans about their views on the Olympic Games, the Dalai Lama and Chinese government policies in Tibet.  Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 September 2009 17:17
 
19september20091

Eighth session of fourteenth Tibetan Parliament in-exile postponed indefinitely

Dharamshala: Proceeding sessions of the 14th Tibetan parliament-in-exile have been postponed indefinitely as of this afternoon. The reason for this was a staged walkout by some members after a proposal made by a fellow MP. This decreased the number of members in attendance to less than two-thirds (28 members) of the entire parliament which, according to the Tibetan charter, did not allow the parliament to continue with the session. Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 September 2009 16:45
 

Tibetan President and Speaker congratulate India’s President-elect

Tibetan President and Speaker congratulate India’s President-elect

Dharamshala — President Dr Lobsang Sanga...

Tibet in the 21st Century: President to speak at Sydney Opera House

Tibet in the 21st Century: President to speak at Sydney Opera House

Dharamshala — President Dr Lobsang Sanga...

India must reverse its position on Tibet: Ex-Indian defence minister

India must reverse its position on Tibet: Ex-Indian defence minister

New Delhi — Former Indian Defence Minist...

China is guilty of murder by lack of care in Liu Xiaobo's death: RSF

China is guilty of murder by lack of care in Liu Xiaobo's death: RSF

Paris, France — The Paris-based internat...

Leaders of Tibet join global community to mourn Liu Xiaobo's death

Leaders of Tibet join global community to mourn Liu Xiaobo's death

Dharamshala — Nobel Peace Prize Laureate...

China's most famous dissident, activist dies in custody: Liu Xiaobo

China's most famous dissident, activist dies in custody: Liu Xiaobo

Dharamshala — Chinese Nobel Peace Prize ...

US Rights Commission holds hearing on religious freedom in Tibet

US Rights Commission holds hearing on religious freedom in Tibet

Dharamshala — The US Tom Lantos Human Ri...

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