Tibetan Tops M.Com Degree Exam, Awarded Gold Medal

A Tibetan girl has yet again out shined in one of the most prominent universities in India. Young Tibetan girl has topped the Master in Commerce (M.Com) exam and she has been awarded the gold medal for the outstanding result. She is one of the few Tibetan students who have been able to bring such significant results among other students in India.

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Dalai Lama Encourages Young Tibetans to Work in Their Community

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama has encouraged young Tibetans to contribute in their community. While affirming that the Tibetan spirit a thrived over the years, the spiritual leader advised a group of young Tibetans to work in their community. A small video clip of the advise from His Holiness is going viral on social medias.

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Chinese Soldiers Intrude into Ladakh Village to Protest Tibetan Flag Raised

The Chinese soldiers along the border of Ladakh has intruded into a village in Indian territory on a significant event recently. According to the local reports, the soldiers on the Chinese side has entered few kilometres into the Indian territory and lodged their protest over the villagers raising the Tibetan flag.

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Tibetan Girl Awarded Gold Medal for Academic Excellence in Bangalore College

A Tibetan girl has been awarded with the Gold Medal in her college in recognition of her academic excellence. A nursing student has secured the distinction of class topper in their college exams and the college has recognised her achievement by awarding a gold medal and a certificate of honour.

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JNU Instructs Tibetans to Pay Same Tuition Fee as International Students

The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi has revised its fee structure regarding foreign students applying for the university. Tibetan students, whose diasporic status was previously recognized by the university, have not been exempted from the newly revised fee structure. Under this revision of the tuition fee, the annual tuition fee for Tibetan students have increased almost twenty-fold compared to previous years.

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Five Tibetan Youths in Race for the First Youth Icon Award

Five of young Tibetans are in race to the first ever Youth Icon Award organized by the Global Tibetan Students Union. The students union on Monday launched the public polling of the five finalists of their Youth Icon Award. According to the official social media page of the students union, there are three women and two men listed in the finalists.

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Unfettered and Independent Access to Tibet for UN Experts Urged

A human rights group during the 41st session of UN Human Rights Council in Geneva has urged for unfettered and independent access to Tibet for UN experts. The group raised its serious concerns over China’s brutal policies to erase the Tibetan identity and expand their authority over the entire region of Tibet.

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Chinese Pressure Leads to Drop Half Tibetan Kiwi Teen from Youth World Cup

Half Tibetan Kiwi teen initially selected to the team for the Youth World Cup soccer tournament being held in China has been dropped after Chinese pressure. The teen born in New Zealand was advised to be dropped from the team by the Chinese consulate and eventually the team management dropped him from the prestigious tournament.

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Deported US National Penpa Tsering Warns of Travelling to Nepal

A Tibetan origin US national Penpa Tsering was in a shocking incident, deported back to New York from Tribhuvan Internation Airport in Nepal last week. While Chinese influence being the cause of deportation has been admitted by the Nepalese officials, the victim has been traumatized by the incident. He has warned all foreign nationals to think twice before visiting Nepal.

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In Unity, Tibetans Should Follow the Path Shown by Dalai Lama

The 42nd Sakya Trizin Rinpoche, Ratna Vajra Rinpoche has in a recent interview with the Tibetan radio service, Radio Free Asia urged the Tibetans to follow the path shown by His Holiness the Dalai Lama in a spirit of unity. Ratna Rinpoche has spoken to the radio service while he is touring certain parts of the US.

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