Former US President George Bush Condoles Late Lodi Gyari

The former president of United States, George W. Bush in a letter to the wife of late Gyari Lodi Gyaltsen condoles his untimely demise. The former president has recalled late Gyari Lodi as good man and his role as the special envoy of His Holiness the Dalai Lama as a highly productive and effective representation.

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Karmapa Will Return Back to India Assures President Sangay

Amid the protracted issue over the return of His Holiness the 17th Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorjee to India after he left the country in 2017, the President of Central Tibetan Administration, Dr. Lobsang Sangay has assured of his return. The Karmapa has been based in the United States over the past more than one year besides his short visits to Europe and Canada.

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Tibetan Parliament Approve Sikyong’s Minister Nomination, Topgyal Tsering

During the morning session of the on going Tibetan parliament sessions in Dharamshala, the members of the parliament approved Sikyong Lobsang Sangay’s minister nomination, Kashag secretary Topgyal Tsering. The new cabinet member is presumably expected to take the charge of Department of Information and International Relations.

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BJP MP Shanta Kumar Attends Tibetan Event Ignoring Chinese Warning

BJP MP and former Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh Shanta Kumar has snubbed China. The BJP leader was invited to the commemoration event of the 60th Tibetan National Uprising day organized by the Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamshala on March 10.

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Tibetan Parliament in Exile Begins its Budget Session

The Tibetan Parliament in Exile based in the Himalayan town, Dharamshala in Northern India began its budget session on Tuesday. 43 members of the exile Tibetan parliament was presided over by speaker Mr. Pema Jugney who appealed for productive discussions in the coming days of the session.

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Nepal Promised to Protect Rights of Tibetans Says US

The United States secretary of State Mike Pompeo has stated in a congratulatory message to the Prime Minister of Nepal that the Himalayan state has promised to continue protecting the rights of the Tibetan refugees living in the country. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has recently completed one year in the office.

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After US, Europeans Demand for Equal Access to Tibet

After the successful implementation of Reciprocal Access to Tibet bill in the United States, Europeans now call for equal access to Tibet. The call for equilateral relationship between the European countries and China has been led by a group European Parliament and many European national parliament members.

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NGOs Appeal Swiss Govt. to Step Up Protection of Tibetans

Non Governmental Organizations in Switzerland has urged its government to step up against China to protect human rights situation inside Tibet. The appeal calls upon the government to seek ways during its dealings with China to ensure respect for human rights of the people in the country.

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16 Tibetan Refugee Shops Burnt in India, You Can Help Out Here!

16 Tibetan refugee families shops have been burnt in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh during a local political crisis in the region. The concerned Tibetan refugees family in the case completely relies on the shops for their livelihood and a crowd funding campaign has begun to help their ease their trouble.

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