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Tibetan govt to highlight the the human rights violations in Tibet at UN

Geneva — Officials said the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) is undertaking a major effort to strengthen human rights advocacy for Tibet at the United Nations, particularly in the lead up to the 34th UN Human Rights Council beginning next month.

 
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‘The future remains open:’ Tibetan leader at Ladies Wing

New Delhi — His Holiness the Dalai Lama visited the Ladies Wing of the Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FICCI) on January 21st, after being invited to speak on the Power of Compassion.

 
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Sikyong of Tibet greets India on R-day, praises India's democratic values

Dharamshala — The political leader of Tibetan people (Sikyong) Dr Lobsang Sangay Thursday congratulated India on its 68th Republic Day anniversary and praised India's democratic values, diverse religious beliefs, ethnicity and ideologies.

 

Tibetan parliament hopes Pres Trump will help in resolving Tibet issue

Dharamshala — The Tibetan Parliament-in-exile (TPiE) on Tuesday (January 24) congratulated Mr Donald Trump, President of United States of America for being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America.

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'I'll live for 100 yrs:' Tibetan leader reaffirms at final day of Kalachakra

Bodh Gaya — “You are making this Long Life Offering to me and praying ‘May you live 10,000 years’, but we know that’s not possible. However, my dreams and other indications have shown that I could live to be 113. I don’t know about that, but I think I can say I’ll live to be 100. So, be happy, be at ease,” His Holiness the Dalai Lama said after finishing the bestowment of the Kalachakra empowerment to more than 200,000 devotees at the largest international Buddhist religious gathering held in Bodh Gaya, India on January 14th.

 
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Swiss arrests Tibet protesters in capital Bern during Xi's visit

Bern — Swiss police detained 32 Tibetan and Swiss nationals protesting against a visit by Chinese president Xi Jinping on Sunday, a spokesman told Reuters.

 

Tibetan President sends condolences to UK, victims of Manchester attack

Tibetan President sends condolences to UK, victims of Manchester attack

Dharamshala — In the wake of the terrori...

Communist China abuses student for praising freedom, democracy in US

Communist China abuses student for praising freedom, democracy in US

Maryland, USA — A Chinese student in the...

'A challenge to world's conscience': US delegation returns from D'sala

'A challenge to world's conscience': US delegation returns from D'sala

Dharamshala — The eight member bipartisa...

US confirms new Ambassador to China who testified to raise Tibet issue

US confirms new Ambassador to China who testified to raise Tibet issue

Dharamshala — Terry Branstad was officia...

Spiritual leader of Tibet talks about secular ethics to students

Spiritual leader of Tibet talks about secular ethics to students

Dharamshala — Three different groups of ...

China accuses US lawmakers of promoting independence for Tibet

China accuses US lawmakers of promoting independence for Tibet

Dharamshala — China has raised objection...

US Congressional delegation raises Tibet issue with Indian PM Modi

US Congressional delegation raises Tibet issue with Indian PM Modi

Dharamshala — The issue of Tibet was amo...

US lawmakers' visit marks an important moment for Tibet: TPiE Speaker

US lawmakers' visit marks an important moment for Tibet: TPiE Speaker

Dharamshala — The high-level bipartisan ...