Denmark Police to Compensate Activists for Snatching Tibetan Flag

As a result of a case filed against the Denmark police in Copenhagen by a bunch of Tibet activists for violently snatching away Tibetan National flags during a peaceful demonstration against Hu Jintao in 2012, the police are now compensating the activists with a DKK 20,000 in an acknowledgment that the incident was serious mistake by the police.

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Catch Tibetan Opera Festival Going on in Dharamshala

The 23rd Shoton or Tibetan Opera Festival is a special occasion to catch up if you are in Dharamshala this season as it is one of the largest Tibetan cultural festivals in exile presided over by the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts, Dharamshala. The cultural fest began on April 20 and it will conclude on April 25.

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For Tibetans, India is Their Spiritual Home: Dalai Lama

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama while delivering a special lecture at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi told that for the six million Tibetans, India is their spiritual home. The spiritual leader delivered the special lecture on “Role of culture and ethics in promoting global peace and harmony” in the national capital on Sunday.

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Tibetan Charged in Sweden Says Never Spied for China

The Tibetan origin man charged of serious espionage in Sweden last week has denied of ever having spied for China on Wednesday. The Tibetan man in a telephone interview with the Radio Free Asia has stated that in contrary to the charges, he never provided information about fellow Tibetan refugees to China.

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Dalai Lama Condoles George Bush on His Mother’s Death

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama in a letter to the former President of United States, George W. Bush condoled the death of his mother on Wednesday. Barbara Bush was the matriarch of an American political dynasty spanning decades who was the second American to be both the first lady and the mother of a president passed away on Tuesday at the age of 92.

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Tibetans Thank Sweden for Plucking Out a Chinese Spy From Their Community

Tibetans in the Scandinavian country thanked the government for taking full effort in uprooting the suspected Chinese spy from their own community recently. The president of Tibetan community in Sweden thanked the country for plucking out a Chinese spy disguised as a member of the community for past many years.

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Major Tibetan Soccer Tournament Coming Up in Dharamsala

A major Tibetan soccer tournament is coming up in Dharamsala as per the announcement made by the largest Tibetan non-government organization, Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) on Friday. The TYC is planning to organize this sports competition in the Tibetan exile as a campaign to promote unity and health among the Tibetan youth.

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Dalai Lama Among Top 10 World’s Most Admired People

The Tibetan spiritual leader and world renowned torch bearer of peace, His Holiness the Dalai Lama is among the top 10 list of World’s Most Admired People according to the online survey conducted by the YouGov. The list of most admired people was published on Wednesday which was categorized into top 10 men and top 10 women.

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Dalai Lama Will Talk to Tourists Visiting Dharamsala

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama is scheduled to talk to the foreign and Indian tourists visiting his temple abode in Dharamsala on Monday according to notice on the official website of his office. It is also informed through the website that the talk will be live streamed to be available around the world.

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Tibetan Democracy One of Most Unique Systems: Dr. Sangay

The president of Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamsala,India is on a tour to United States and he delivered a prestigious lecture at a US University where he emphasized that the Tibetan democracy is one of the most unique and interesting democratic systems in thw whole world on Tuesday according to the official website of his administration.

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