Tibetan Girl Awarded Exemplary Award at US University

A Tibetan girl at studying at a University in the United States has been awarded with an exemplary award. The university has awarded the annual recognition of an outstanding student in recognition of the Tibetan girl for her exhibition of generosity and care in the field of public health, Stony Brook University for the year 2019.

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Major Fire Accident Brings Tragedy at Tibetan Market in Paonta

A sudden fire accident has occurred at a Tibetan market in the Paonta Sahib district of Himachal Pradesh. According to sources, the fire accident has brought tragedy to the Tibetan refugees by bringing thousands of rupees loss from the incident. However, a timely support from a group Sikh youth on pilgrimage march helped douse the fire.

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First Tibetan Terminology App Called TibTerm Launched

The Terminology Desk of Department of Education at the Central Tibetan Administration has recently launched a new Tibetan language App called ‘TibTerm’. This is the first of the kind Tibetan language app which is dedicated to the standardization of standard Tibetan Terms, already published by the official desk of CTA.

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First Lodi Gyari Fellows Begin Internships at US Congressional Offices

Two young Tibetan girls are the first Lodi Gyari Fellows who has begun their prestigious internship opportunities at US Congressional offices in Washington D.C. The two young Tibetan-Americans have begun their prized eight week internships at House Foreign Affairs Committee and office of Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Mass.).

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Tibetan Monk Awarded Prestigious British Empire Medal in UK

A Tibetan monk has been awarded with the prestigious British Empire Medal (B.E.M.) in the United Kingdom in recognition of his contributions to Buddhism in the country. The Tibetan monk is a Buddhist master trained in India before moving to the UK, where he has been resident Buddhist teacher at the Jamyang Buddhist Center in London.

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Tibetan Court Rejects 3 Months Time Appeal by Defendant of Case 20

The Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission of the Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamshala has rejected the request for three months time by the defendant of the Case no. 20. As per the report by Tibet Sun, the Tibetan court has served a notice to the defending lawyer ruling the rejection of his request for more time during the first hearing of the case.

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Brilliant Goal Keeping Helps Mundgod FC Defend GCM Title

The 25th edition of Gyalyum Chenmo Memorial (GCM) Gold Cup, the premier exile Tibetan soccer tournament was won by the defending champions, Mundgod FC. The final match of the 2019 GCM tournament saw a serious competition between Mundgod FC and Dhundupling FC on Sunday but brilliant goal keeping helped Mundgod defend the title.

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Pioneer’s Report ‘Dalai Vs Sangay’ Misleading; Clarifies CTA

Department of Information and International Relations (DIIR) of the Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamshala, India has issued a clarification against a misleading report published by the Pioneer on Sunday. The misleading report is titled ‘Dalai Vs Sangay: Case hearing from June 5’, relating to the case between Former Speaker and the President of CTA.

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In Tibet You Get Money to Display Xi Jinping Portraits But Punished for Dalai Lama’s

The worsening human rights situation in Tibet is for real. The Chinese authorities controlling Tibetans in Tibet offers money for displaying the portraits of Xi Jinping while it brutally punishes anyone even possessing the pictures of His Holiness the Dalai Lama! The state interference in Tibetan religious freedom is very serious in real.

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