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Pilgrims stopped at border, barred from religious festivals in Tibet

Dharamshala — Tibetans traveling from northwest China’s Gansu province to attend a large religious gathering in neighboring Sichuan are being stopped at the border and told they may not proceed, sources in the region say.

 
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Musician arrested over singing for Tibet freed after 4 years in prison

Dharamshala — A popular Tibetan singer released after completing four-year prison sentence, for singing songs praising His Holiness the Dalai Lama and highlighting Tibetans who were killed in widespread peaceful protests in 2008.

Last Updated on Monday, 20 February 2017 11:05
 
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'I found strength I didn't know I had in truth:' Ex-Tibet political prisoner

Dharamshala — “They frame us with the greatest and heaviest crimes. Under trial they coax or even force us to admit to many things we never did, an ongoing process of rendering us lifeless as a corpse, if not wiping us out altogether,” Labrang Jigme writes.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 February 2017 01:16
 
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Doctor freed after beatings, torture over a self-immolation in Tibet

Dharamshala — A Tibetan doctor, allegedly held by police for over a month in Machu County of north-eastern Tibet over suspected links to a self-immolation protest, was released last week after suffering beatings and torture in detention, a source from Tibet says.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 February 2017 01:09
 
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Tibetans ordered home by Chinese questioned by police, stripped of passports

Dharamshala — Tibetans who were ordered to return home by Chinese authorities prior to the Buddhist gathering led by His Holiness the Dalai Lama this month have allegedly been stripped of their passports and questioned by police, who are especially interested in what pilgrims discussed with others following their return, sources from Tibet say.

Last Updated on Friday, 27 January 2017 13:39
 
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China continues oppressive policies in Tibet and Uygher: HRW

Dharamshala — Human Rights Watch (HRW) China Director, Sophie Richardson, released a report on January 20th suggesting that China is continuing abusive policies long used in Tibet but now in Xinjiang, the ethnic Uyghur region.

 

16th parliament concludes 3rd session with new pledge to Tibet cause

16th parliament concludes 3rd session with new pledge to Tibet cause

Dharamshala — The 16th Tibetan Parliamen...

Tibet's demand for autonomy is legitimate: Indian Foreign Secretary

Tibet's demand for autonomy is legitimate: Indian Foreign Secretary

Dharamshala – “His Holiness the Dalai La...

Tibetan Parliament in Exile opens new budget session

Tibetan Parliament in Exile opens new budget session

Dharamshala — The budget session for the...

Spiritual leader to Tibetan pilgrims: 'This teaching is principally for you'

Spiritual leader to Tibetan pilgrims: 'This teaching is principally for you'

Dharamshala — “Since many of you couldn’...

His Holiness the Dalai Lama begins 3-day teaching with Jataka Tales

His Holiness the Dalai Lama begins 3-day teaching with Jataka Tales

Dharamshala — Greeting an audience of se...

Time has come for female led govts: Tibetan leaders on Women’s day

Time has come for female led govts: Tibetan leaders on Women’s day

Dharamshala — “Women should lead countri...

Tibetans, MPs, supporters held Tibet uprising commemoration in London

Tibetans, MPs, supporters held Tibet uprising commemoration in London

London — On Friday 10 March 2017, hundre...

Police arrests 150 Tibetan youth activists in New Delhi

Police arrests 150 Tibetan youth activists in New Delhi

New Delhi — Police has detained Tibetan ...