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Tibetan Sikyong meets Uttarakhand Chief Minister, reaffirms support

Dheradun — The democratically elected Tibetan Prime Minister, Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay, met with the new Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat on April 1st during his trip to Dheradun.

 
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'Nothing more anti-cultural than Cultural Rev. in Tibet:' Indian minister

Dharamshala — “In the history of humanity, never has been anything more anti-cultural that the so called Cultural Revolution… The Tibetan struggle shows how indomitable the human spirit is and resonates with a quote of Mahatma Gandhi Ji: they can break our limps but not our spirit,” said India’s former Foreign Minister Shri Yashwant Sinha during his visit to the Tibet museum on April 2nd.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 April 2017 14:26
 
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'Study hard to achieve your target one day:' Tibetan Sikyong to students

Dharamshala — “It doesn’t matter whether you are rich or poor, tall or short. If you focus and study hard, you will achieve your target one day. I am speaking from my own experience,” said democratically elected Prime Minister, Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay to students at the Tibetan Homes Foundation in Dehradun.

Last Updated on Friday, 31 March 2017 11:51
 
Kashag 2017

Tibetan leaders commence All-India tour enforcing policies, unity

Dharamshala — Members of the 15th Kashag, or cabinet members, of the Tibetan government-in-exile led by democratically elected Prime Minister Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay are preparing for an all-India trip to communicate new policies and reinforce Tibetan unity.

 
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Mentsee khang celebrates 101st anniversary of founding

Dharamshala — Mentsee Khang, the premier institute for traditional Tibetan medicine and astrology marked its 101st anniversary of establishment by the 13th Dalai Lama in Lhasa, Tibet in 1916 on March 30th.

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 March 2017 15:16
 
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High Court rules to give passports to Tibetans born in India

Dharamshala — In a groundbreaking move for Tibetans, the government of India has decided to issue passports to Tibetans born in India between 26 January 1950 and 1 July 1987 as per the Indian Citizenship Act 1955 following a Delhi High Court ruling.

 

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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