Dharamshala —Tibetan high school students, joined by supporters of all ages walked and chanted through Dharamshala's streets on Friday as part of a globally-coordinated climate movement.
Almost a billion people across Asia depend on Tibet water: Tibetan leader
Dharamshala, India — Explaining Tibet’s influence on global climate is reportedly equivalent to that of the North and South Poles, His Holiness the Dalai Lama said that "almost a billion people across Asia depend on water from rivers in Tibet. If the snow on the mountains of Tibet disappears, millions of Indians will suffer the consequences.
The ongoing battle against Tuberculosis in the Tibetan Community
Dharamshala — Tuberculosis (TB) continues to be a major public health problem among Tibetan refugees in India. To determine the incidence and risk of the same, data on TB was included in the demographic and health surveillance project carried out by the Tibetan government in exile in Dharamsala, from 1994 to 1996.
World Malaria Day - Tibetan Minister says Malaria remains a challenge
Dharamshala — Health Kalon Dr Tsering Wangchuk issued a statement commenting on progress so far and challenges ahead in the fight against malaria in the Tibetan settlements located in Malaria endemic region, such as Odisha, Mainpat, Miao, Tezu, Tuting and Bhandara.
The real motives behind China's scientific expedition to Tibet?
Dharamshala — China's second scientific expedition to so called the 4,000-metre-high Qinghai-Tibet plateau was widely covered by the Indian media, expressing its concern that China has extended its area of study to cover the controversial China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
The plan of Chengdu-Tibet railway launched in March 2016
Dharamshala — China's state-run media recently claimed that, China is going to build a second railway running through Tibet, so called the Sichuan-Tibet railway.
Sikyong of Tibet offers message of hope on TeachAIDS HIV
Dharamshala, February 2, 2016 — "There is no cure for HIV and AIDS but it is preventable. We have learned that the single best way to stop the spread of HIV is through education"- Dr Lobsang Sangay, the elected political leader of Tibetan people.