Tibetan Girl Wins University Election, Chinese Students Protest

A Tibetan girl came victorious in a University student body election and she will be appointed as the president of the Students Union. However, Chinese students immediately started to protest against the victory for her Tibetan identity and even began petition against her election as the president of the Student’s Union of the University.

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From Dalai Lama to Himachal CM Greet on Tibetan New Year

As the Tibetan New Year or more popularly known as the LOSAR in Tibetan approaches, greetings from important personalities start pouring in on the internet. From the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama to the Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Shri Jai Ram Thakur, new year greetings messages are going viral on the social media.

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Believe it or not, This is an Indian Railway Junction, Yes!

The Indian Union minister for Railways on Tuesday unveiled the recently redevelopment look of the Mathura Junction on his official Twitter account. The redevelopment has given a makeover look of the specific railway junction that would leave you in a difficult position to actually believe it is railway junction in India!

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Prabhu Deva’s Short Cameo at Tibetan Refugee Settlement

Well known Indian actor and director Prabhu Deva has made a short cameo at a Tibetan refugee settlement in south India. The director and actor has recently visited the Tibetan settlement in Kollegal near Mysore to shoot a clip for his upcoming. The short visit by the superstar was applauded by the local Tibetans as they also became a part of the movie!

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China Ban Tibetan Kids Attending Classes in Monasteries During Vacation

The local Chinese authorities in parts of occupied Tibet has banned Tibetan school going kids from attending extra classes provided by the local monasteries during their vacations. In a circular release by the local Chinese authorise in Qinghai’s Nangchen county seeks to stop Tibetan kids from attending classes given by the local Tibetan monasteries.

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Commemoration of 30th Year of 10th Panchen Lama’s Passing Away Observed

The Regional Dhomay Association, Dhundupling, Clement Town in Dehradun observed a commemorative of the 30th anniversary of passing away of the 10th Panchen Lama Choekyi Gyaltsen today. The commemorative ceremony was observed to express the gratitude to lifelong efforts of the Panchen Lama for the welfare of the Tibetan people.

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Tibetan Monk Brutally Attacked and Looted at Home in South India

A Tibetan monk who lives in a secluded house in a camp of Tibetan Refugees in Mundgod was on Saturday night brutally attacked by a gang of robbers and looted of huge amount of cash and important belongings. The monk living at his house has sustained injuries from attacks by thieves armed with swords and his screams went unheard of by the secluded neighbourhood.

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Tibetan Refugees’ RC Renewal Delay Could Cost Upto $500 in Penalty

The Tibetan refugees living in India on the provision of the Registration Certificate (RC) from the host country India are now liable to be fined upto 500 US Dollars or thirty six thousands rupees if their RC renewal is delayed. The notice issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs/Foreigners Division, Government of India outlined the financial penalty amounts with respect to the extend of delay in time.

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