Nepal Delays Sending 8 Tibetan Refugees to Dharamsala

While Nepal government had agreed to send 8 Tibetan refugees in their custody to Dharamsala, the Indian town where the exile Tibetan headquarter is situated on last Friday, it is now learnt that the government has halted the process which turns out likely due to the fact that the information was leaked in the media prior to its execution.

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Tibetan Youth and Band Steals the Show on Indian National TV

The band called ‘The Mountain Souls ft. Gaurdeep’ which also features a Tibetan youth as a member of the band on the music reality show called ‘Dil Hai Hindustani 2’ on Indian National Television channel, Star Plus after a marvelous opening performance two weeks ago stole the show in their eight episode of the show last weekend.

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Visit Goa on August 8

Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama is set to visit Goa Institute of Management (GIM) at the institute’s campus in Sakhali next week. His Holiness’s visit to the state will mark the 25th year anniversary of the institute and he will be speaking on the importance of traditional Indian knowledge in modern time.

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No Doubt That My Return to India is Absolutely Certain: Karmapa

Following speculations in the media that the Indian intelligence agents are worried that His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorjee would not return from United States to India, the Buddhist leader in an interview on Monday clarified that there is no doubt or question that my return to India is absolutely certain.

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Tibetans Should Use Culture to Counter China’s Soft Power War

Tibet’s Diaspora needs to keep its cultural connect with Tibet as strong as possible and shall use its Soft Power to tackle Chinese hard power. His Holiness’ the Dalai Lama’s stature and appeal among the masses around the around the world is already very profound. But not much is known to the world about Tibet.

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China Crackdown Tibetans in the Name of Fighting ‘Organized Crimes’

The Chinese government is implementing a crackdown of Tibetan Social Groups in the name of fighting against ‘Organized Crimes’ says the fresh report published by the Human Rights Watch on Sunday. According to the report, the authority is now treating even the traditional forms of social actions in Tibetan areas as illegal in the crackdown campaign.

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We Need Warm Heart to Live Peacefully & Joyfully: Dalai Lama

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama on his tireless travel across the remote villages into the far north of Jammu and Kashmir, His Holiness while speaking to the students of a school explained that to live peacefully and joyfully in our day to day lives, we need a warm heart.

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US Vice President Says Tibetans Brutally Repressed by China

In a rare admittance from a high profile foreign official on the international stage, the Vice President of United States of America during the keynote address at the first ever U.S. State Department’s Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, told that the Tibetan people continue to be brutally repressed by the Chinese government.

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Nepal Agrees to Send 8 Tibetan Refugees to Dharamsala

Following the recent incident of arresting two Tibetan refugees trying to enter into Tibet without proper permits, Nepal government is now all set to send eight other Tibetan refugees to the Indian town of Dharamsala, the exile headquarter of Tibetan refugees on Saturday. The government is coordinating with its Indian counterpart and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in this matter.

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