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Man who set himself on fire in Karze County of eastern Tibet dies

Dharamshala — A Tibetan man reportedly died after setting himself on fire last week in traditional Province of Tibet to protest Chinese rule, according to a Tibet sources. This was the second known act of self-immolation in a Tibetan County since March.

Last Updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 22:40
 
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Yet another layman sets himself on fire in Tibet to protest China's rule

Dharamshala — In reports coming out of Tibet, a Tibetan man set himself on fire Saturday in the Kham region of eastern Tibet in continued protest against China's occupation of Tibet.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 April 2017 11:22
 
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250 final nuns removed from Tibet's Larung Gar, ending expulsions

Dharamshala — According to local sources, after the removal of a final 250 nuns on April 6th, the forced removals of monks and nuns from Sichuan Province’s Larung Gar are now complete.

Last Updated on Friday, 14 April 2017 17:37
 
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Self-immolation survivor who called for freedom in Tibet released

Dharamshala – A young Tibetan monk who set himself on fire in protest against Chinese rule, while calling for freedom in Tibet and His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s return to Tibet, was released from prison last month with one of his legs amputated.

Last Updated on Friday, 14 April 2017 17:12
 
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Senior monk jailed for nine years over 2008 Tibet uprising released

Dharamshala — A senior Tibetan Buddhist monk, who was also chant master of Tsennyi Monastery in Amchok township, north-eastern Tibet, was released after completing nine-year prison sentence, for allegedly involving in widespread peaceful protests in 2008.

Last Updated on Friday, 14 April 2017 17:24
 
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5000 expelled, destruction continues at Tibet's Larung Gar

Dharamshala — American freedom watchdog, Human Rights Watch released a statement on March 29th urging Chinese authorities to halt the expulsion and political re-education of monks and nuns from a major Tibetan religious institution. According to information from an abbot of the institution, Chinese officials announced days ago that 3,225 homes at Larung Gar, the world’s largest Tibetan Buddhist institution, would be torn down by April 30.

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 March 2017 15:34
 

Tibetan Women's Assoc. commemorates 33rd anniversary in Delhi

 Tibetan Women's Assoc. commemorates  33rd anniversary in Delhi

New Delhi — The regional Tibetan Women's...

Kashag on D-Day: Tibet invasion was Illegal, but seeks autonomy

Kashag on D-Day: Tibet invasion was Illegal, but seeks autonomy

Dharamshala — Officiating President and ...

People in Tibet totally void of democratic rights: Parliament statement

People in Tibet totally void of democratic rights: Parliament statement

Dharamshala — Commemorating the 57th ann...

Arunachal Pradesh enacts Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy act

Arunachal Pradesh enacts Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy act

Dharamshala — The state of Arunachal Pra...

New York Tibetan girl wins Miss Tibet North America-2017

New York Tibetan girl wins Miss Tibet North America-2017

New York — A young girl from New York, T...

Youth Congress to focus political campaigns on Tibet's Independence

Youth Congress to focus political campaigns on Tibet's Independence

Bengaluru, India —The five-day meeting o...

15 Tibetan cooperatives' conference in Mundgod lauds achievements

15 Tibetan cooperatives' conference in Mundgod lauds achievements

Mundgod — Over 60 Tibetan co-operators i...

Rangzen Conference pledges to reinforce Tibet's Independence struggle

Rangzen Conference pledges to reinforce Tibet's Independence struggle

Paris — The three-day "fourth Internatio...

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