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Dharamshala, India— A total of 50 bikers are part of the Indo-Tibet border rally initiated by Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) on 18th November 2020.  “This rally is also a reminder for our brothers and sisters inside Tibet that no matter how brutal our oppressor Communist China is, Tibetans across the world haven’t given up and dispirited yet. Generation changes, we will continue to fight and walk forward for our cause”, declares Gonpo Dhondup, President of TYC.

Dharamshala, India — Sikyong, the political head of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) is planning for a second visit to the United States within the course of one month to push for the Tibet Policy Act and Tibet support bill in the US senate.

Geneva — The President of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) Dr Lobsang Sangay launched CTA’s book-cum-report “Tibet Was Never a Part of China, But Middle Way Approach Remains a Viable Solution” in the Czech language during the inaugural program of the Third Geneva Forum 2020.

Dharamshala, India — More than hundreds of Tibetans and Indian supporters and friends marched the streets of McLeod Ganj, main Square in a candlelight vigil to shed light on the deteriorating Human Rights situations in Driru County, Nagchu in eastern Tibet, on 3rd November, 2020.

Dharamshala, India — Takna Jigme Sangpo, a true patriot of Tibet who was the longest-serving Tibetan political prisoner passed away Saturday morning at an elderly care home in Turbenthal, Switzerland. He was 91.

Dharamshala, India — The spiritual leader of Tibet, His Holiness the Dalai Lama has congratulated Jacinda Ardern for being re-elected as New Zealand’s Prime Minister for a second term in a landslide election victory.

Dharamshala, India — When outlining his main commitments, His Holiness the Dalai Lama said he feels a strong need to speak up for the protection of ecology of Tibet, not just for the benefit of the people of Tibet, but also on behalf of all those across Asia who depend on rivers that rise in Tibet for their water.

A Tibetan girl who lost her parents and brother while fleeing during the 1959 uprising, but later returned to establish the first private orphanage in Tibet has died in Switzerland from COVID-19. Over a period of 25 years, the mother of two birth sons provided care and protection for 300 youngsters in orphanages and centres for the children of nomadic herders.

Dharamshala, India — While commemorating the occasion of the 50th World Earth Day, His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet issued a message of compassion but also a call for a genuine sense of universal responsibility as one humanity.

Dharamshala, India — Men-Tsee-Khang, an organisation established to preserve the traditional arts of Tibetan medicine and astrology has signed an agreement with Manipur International University (MIU) that will provide the medical institute a land of 2,500 acres to establish a Center, in imphal collaborative to preserve, protect, promote and propagate Sowa-Rigpa.

Dharamshala, India – As media reported the first suspected case of the coronavirus in Central Tibet, President of the Central Tibetan Administration, previously known as the Gadan Phodrang, the Government of Tibet, strongly urged the Tibetans inside Tibet to strictly follow the basic protective measures against the new coronavirus.

London, UK – The London-based "Free Tibet" campaign group is calling for action on a growing climate crisis in Tibet and the Himalayas with the launch of a new campaign recently. The group said in a press release that they call for Tibetans to be recognised as being on the “frontline” of climate change.

Dharamshala — An exclusive conversation with Lobsang Dhondup, a former Tibetan political prisoner. He shares his experiences in a Chinese prison as one of the youngest Tibetan political prisoners and his escape to India. He also talks about his hopes for the future. His love for our country and his faith in Tibetan youngsters in the quest for a free Tibet.

Dharamshala, India — Unlike previous elections, the preliminary candidates for 2021 Sikyong of Tibetan government in-Exile and Members of Tibetan parliament-in-exile are largely discussed in Tibetan communities, using social media platforms. Not to mention the eager, discrete, and interest that young Tibetans show in their soon-to-be-elected leaders. The voices of youths are signs of their concerns in the country’s political affairs and democratic process in-Exile.

Dharamshala, India — Unlike previous elections, the prelimary candidates for 2021 Sikyong of Tibetan govrnment in-Exile and Members of Tibetan parliament-in-exile are largely discussed in Tibetan communities, using social media platforms. Not to mention the eager, discrete, and interest that young Tibetans show in their soon-to-be-elected leaders. The voices of youths are signs of their concerns in the country’s political affairs and democratic process in-Exile.

Taipei — In the history of human civilisation and international politics, the territory has become one of the most contested issues. Territory represents power, reproduce power, and it also represents the culture and identity of people living on it. The essence of the territory and its association with the concept of sovereignty still plays a vital role in shaping international politics and order.

Dharamshala, India — An exclusive interview with Rinzin Choedon, the National Director of Students for a Free Tibet (SFT). She states that what we are dealing with today is a human-made catastrophe virus (Covid19), Chinese Communist regime could have prevented the pandemic if it had not suppressed the truth, destroyed evidence and lied to the world. She also calls on global institutions to come together in solidarity through this global crisis and in its aftermath, to ensure that freedom and human rights are upheld.

Dharamshala, India — In an exclusive interview with Dr Pema Yangchen, Minister of the Department of Education (DOE), the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), Dr. Yangchen highlighted the purpose and aim of giving education in our Tibetan schools. As in her words, education policy has brought fruition if it could raise Tibetan citizens endowed with moral virtues and who could become contributing members of the society and the world at large.

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Taipei — U.S. Ambassador to India, Kenneth I. Juster has strongly praised His Holiness the Dalai Lama over his tireless efforts to seek freedom for Tibetans, preserve the Tibetan culture, and bring an end to strife and hostility around the world.

Dharamshala, India '— My main concern is to see a happy world but in order to be happy, we need ‘ahimsa’ and ‘karuna’, non-violence, and compassion. Compassion brings us inner peace, inner strength, and to be truly non-violent we need to be compassionate,' said His Holiness the Dalai Lama while speaking on Secular Ethics in Modern Education to members of Mind Mingle by video link from his residence in Dharamsala, India on August 25, 2020.

Dharamshala, India — "In today’s world, there is too much division. Thinking of others in terms of ‘us’ and ‘them’ is too prevalent—and it leads to conflict. We constantly need to remind ourselves of the oneness of humanity," His Holiness the Dalai Lama said, adding: "If we were to do that, there’d be no basis for hostility or bloodshed."

Dharamshala, India — World Humanitarian Drive and APJ Abdul Kalam International Foundation hosted a Global webinar session “Liveable Planet Earth – Working Together for a Peaceful World” on October 15, 2020.