Former Special Envoy to Dalai Lama, Lodi Gyari Passes Away

Lodi Gyaltsen Gyari or Lodi Gyari widely known as Gyari Rinpoche who has been under treatment for liver cancer in San Francisco has been reported to have passed away on early Monday in US. One of the most well known leaders in the Tibetan exile was also a former special envoy to His Holiness the Dalai Lama during various rounds of talks with China.

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Cyclone in Odhisha Severely Affects the Tibetan Settlement

A very severe cyclone with winds having speed upto 150 Kmph on Thursday morning swept through the Eastern Coast of the country affecting people in Andra Pradesh and Odisha. The Cyclone Titli has also impacted the Tibetan settlement in the state of Odhisha damaging houses, roads and power grids as well as an extensive cover of farms.

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Two Karmapas Meet for the First Time in France, Issues Joint Statement

The two Karmapas, His Holiness the Ogyen Trinley Dorjee and Thaye Dorjee in a very surprisingly fortunate development met together for the first time in a rural part of France recently where they discussed about working together in the future. Following the historic meeting, the two issued a joint statement in three languages.

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Restricting Visitors Access to Tibet to Protect Its Environment: Chinese Ambassador

Hiding behind the veneer of Environment Protection, Chinese Ambassador to USA sought to explain the restrictions on foreign visitors to Tibet. Speaking to a US broadcaster during an interview, Chinese Ambassador to the US Mr. Cui stated that high altitude of Tibet and its delicate environmental balance are the reasons why it regulates the number of visitors to the restive region.

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Tibetans Contribute in Relief Works of Kerala Flood

While the state of Kerala in India is recovering hard from the devastation caused by the unprecedented flood during the peak of the monsoon season this year, Tibetan communities across the country too collaborated their efforts to gather supports in the relief works to bring back normalcy in the state.

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Tibetans Hold Cleanliness Drive Across India on Gandhi Jayanti

On the 150th birth anniversary Mahatma Gandhi, the Tibetans dwelling across India held cleanliness drives joining the largest cleanliness movement in the world, Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan. The cleanliness drive was also carried out as a scheduled program of the Central Tibetan Administration’s year long Thank You India campaign in 2018.

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2018 Bodhgaya Blast Targeted His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Visit

In a follow up to a blast and discovery of two additional low intensity explosives in the Buddhist holy place of Bodhgaya during the spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s discourse there, the National Investigative Agency (NIA) said in their chargesheet that the terrorists actually targeted the spiritual leader’s teachings at the beginning of this year.

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Canada Revokes Honorary Citizenship From Aung San Suu Kyi

Canada revoked the Honorary Citizenship from Myanmmar civil leader Aung San Suu Kyi according to the breaking reports on Thursday. The Members of Canadian parliament has reported voted unanimously to strip the Honorary Citizenship conferred upon the Burmese leader in 2007 for failing to act against atrocities met on Muslim minorities in the country.

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Miss Tibet Scheduled in New York Affected by Visa Problem

The only Tibetan beauty pageant, Miss Tibet which has been schedule to take place in New York, United States of America has been affected by visa troubles. Participants of the pageant from India have been denied visas to travel to the US to take part in the event previously scheduled to take place on 11th August 2018 in New York.

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