China Deprives Benefits to Tibetan Family Keeping Dalai Lama Photo at Home

According to the recent report in Radio Free Asia, the Chinese local authorities in Tibet has deprived the benefits entitled to a Tibetan family from the government for having caught them displaying a photo of His Holiness the Dalai Lama at their home. The local Chinese officials caught the family in a surprise visit to their home.

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Visit Japan in November

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama is scheduled to visit Japan in November this year according to the schedule as published in the website of Office of His Holiness the Dalai Lama (OHHDL). The visit to Japan in coming November is scheduled to witness three days of teachings by His Holiness in the city of Yokohama.

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8 Tibetans Held in Nepal Custody Arrived in Dharamsala, India

Eight Tibetan refugees who were earlier held by Nepal since around a year have now arrived in Dharamsala, the Tibetan exile headquarter based in India last week. With intensive border patrolling in the Tibetan borders by Chinese border police supplemented by increasing Chinese influence in Nepal, the primary gateway to exile has been heavily locked for Tibetans.

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16 People Arrested for Robbing Tombs in Tibet

The local police in Lhasa’s Dhagze district has arrested a 16 member group on charges of robbing tombs and stealing relics from the ruins of temples in Lhasa, Tibet. While there has been a lot of destruction of old Tibetan buildings in different parts of Tibet, especially Lhasa, to make way for reconstruction under the Chinese authorities to convert them into commercial complexes.

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Tibetan Girl’s Indian Independence Day Message Will Melt Your Heart

Whenever I think of the 15th August, my mind recollects something and I shan’t forget to congratulate and thank India for making me realize who I am. It was exactly 11 years ago, I had felt an electric power kind of wave passing through my nerves and bones. And I found myself in the pool of tears which couldn’t be wiped off permanently. I can still sense the wetness all over my eyes. I am certain that it will remain until my unseen country Tibet’s issue is resolved.

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Tibetan Refugees Extend Helping Hand to Kerala Flood Victims

While India’s coastal state of Kerala was hit by the worst ever flood of the century rendering almost a million of people stranded across the region and more than 370 people dead, Tibetan refugees from near by Tibetan settlements extend their helping hands. With the incessant out pour of rains now receding, focus is now at rehabilitation of the flood victims.

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Atal Bihari Vajpayee, One of Strongest Voices for Tibet: Condoles Dalai Lama

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama condoled the family members at the death of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, referring him as one of the most eminent national leaders of India and one of the strongest voices for Tibet since the beginning. Recounting their friendship, His Holiness wrote that Vajpayee was a truly dedicated politician.

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama Offers Aid to Kerala Flood Victims

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama offered his condolences and aid to the Kerala flood victims by writing to the Chief Minister, Shri Pinarayi Vijayan on Saturday. Thousands of people in the state of Kerala has been stranded following one of the worst natural calamities of the century, i.e., the flood caused by heavy rainfall in the recent past.

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US Denies Visa to Tibetan National Women’s Soccer Team

The Tibetan National Women’s Soccer Team which is based in India was denied the visa by the United States Embassy in New Delhi very recently when the Tibetan National Sports Association applied for the team’s US visa. The team was scheduled to take part in the Gyalyum Chenmo Memorial Gold Cup 2018 in New York and New Jersey.

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Dalai Lama Tells Tibetans to Remain Non Violent Even After His Life

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama who recently spoke at the Dalai Lama Institute for Higher Education (DLHIE) told that Tibetans must remain non violent even after his life. His Holiness during the four day stay in Bengaluru city in South India paid a visit to the institute on Monday.

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