China Blatantly Reject Tenzin Delek Rinpoche Dying Of Torture

The Foreign ministry of China said that they protected the rights of the Tibetan monk Tenzin Delek who died in prison, responding to appeal to justice by his niece, Nyima Lhamo after she escaped to India that he died of torture in prison. She told in that she fled the Chinese occupation to Exile to tell the truth and seek justice for Tenzin Delek Rinpoche.

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Magical Governance From Sushma Swaraj: This Time 800 Jobless Indians In Saudi

BJP veteran Sushma Swaraj who took the office of External Affairs in the Narendra Modi government, she has been hitting headlines for her work which are all of something that everyone would want to see in their ideal government. From the evacuation of Indian citizens from war zones to helping people with their passports to taking on the Indo-Pak talks with a smile, she went on to prove the right decision people had made in her.

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How World Should Consider The 300m Pilgrimage Dalai Lama Took By Walk

During the ongoing 28 day visit to ladakh by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, His Holiness took a 300 meters pilgrimage by walk which the world will remember for the many years to come. The pilgrimage was to three temples of different beliefs but warmly welcomed equally by all of them with just same love and affection. This pilgrimage is an example of building mutual respect between the different religions around the world.

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Hijab Enforced By Law For Women In Iran But Their Men Join Their Fight Against It

A headscarf worn by muslims or more wide known as a Hijab is enforced strictly by law upon the women in Iran since the Islamic Revolution in 1979. The so called ‘Morality Police’ makes sure that the women in the country follow this weird law and those who did not follow are deemed to be fined or worse imprisoned.

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Sharling Dhardon Launches Tenzin Phuntsok’s Debut Book

‘My Name Is Tenzin, I Am Not Chinese’ is the debut book of Doring Tenzin Phuntsok which is a memoir of his college life in India was launched by former Exile Tibetan MP, Sharling Dhardon today. The book launch event took place at the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives in Dharamshala today at three of clock in the afternoon.

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Miss Tibet Director Gets High Court Nod For His Indian Passport

The Delhi High Court has directed the Central government to take into consideration the renewal of India born Miss Tibet director, Mr. Lobsang Wangyal irrespective of his Tibetan descent. The court said that it is the fundamental right of Mr. Wangyal as he has acquired the Indian citizenship by birth. The court directed the concerned authorities file the replies before August 22.

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Chinese Journalists Expulsion Primarily Associated To Shugden Issue

The ultimatum from the Indian government against the three Chinese journalists of the Xinhua News Agency to leave the country by 31 July by denying to extend their visa came primarily due to their involvement with the Shugden issue of Tibetan community in India according to fresh reports.

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Chinese Troops Incursion Came Face To Face With Indian Soldiers In Uttarakhand

In a confirmation about incursions from the Chinese troops into Indian territory on 19th July, the Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat said that Chinese troops have been spotted at the demilitarized stretch of international border along Barahoti in Chamoli district of the hill state. More worrisome is that the intruders had also come face to face with the Indian soldiers.

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