Yongzin, China’s Gift To Tibetans Or A Propaganda Tool?

Yongzin, which literally refers to a tutor in more specific context of Tibetan Buddhism, is the name of the first search engine completely packaged in Tibetan language backed by the Chinese government. This search engine besides performing the search queries for Tibetan, it’s designs and interfaces are tailored in Tibetan language too.
This will obviously stand out as first grand Tibetan search engine in its utilities as well if the authorities had not imposed censoring of data or curbing information in a biased manner!

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Tibetan Nurses Registration Approved Under INC By Government of India

In the particular grievance of Tibetan nurses in the state of Uttarakhand India through the office of Bureau of His Holiness the Dalai Lama based in Delhi regarding the requirement of birth certificates for registration of Tibetan professional nurses in the state has been redressed according to the letter addressed to the office from the Ministry of Health and Family welfare, government of India.

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China Issues Handbook Of Warning Tibetan Monks Against All Protests

The local Chinese authorities in Ngaba county in the South Western Chinese province Sichuan has issued a handbook in a red cover to the local Tibetan monks of the Kirti monastery whose title was targeted as a book of law for monastery according to Central Tibetan Administraion. The book primarily declares any form of peaceful protest as well as sharing of information about inside Tibet to outside the country as a serious crime prosecutable by law.

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Tibetan Youth Brings Tibetans Prisoners’ Plight To College Stage

A young Tibetan student in south India brings out the plight of Tibetan prisoners in Tibet to the centre stage of his college with the help of his class mates in the form of a beautiful drama. The drama was performed in the audience of the entire fraternity of his college which accounts to around 1500 people.

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P. V. Sindhu Gets India Its First Silver Medal Of Rio Olympics

The Indian shuttler P. V. Sindhu who met with the world no. 1 at the women’s singles badminton final at the Rio Olympics loses to Spanish to where she gets the first silver medal for India this Olympic.
This victory is a historic achievement by any Indian as she has become the first Indian to win this title at the Olympics.

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US Lawmakers Ask Obama To Redouble Support For Tibetan People

The US Congressman McGovern leading 72 US lawmakers has written a letter to the President of United States, Barack Obama which instructs the out-going president to prioritize the issue of Tibet during his last few months at the office on Wednesday. The letter comes as result of no progress in the view of finding a solution to the issue of the Tibetan people led by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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2015 Miss Tibet Runner Up Performs Tibetan Relpa Dance At Miss Asia

Tibetan participant for the Miss Asia pageant, Ms. Lobsang Kyizom who is representing Miss Asia Tibet performed the famous Tibetan traditional dance, Relpa at the pageant during the hidden talents round. Lobsang Kyizom is representing Tibet at the Miss Asia pageant being held in Kerala with a total of 18 contestants from different countries which includes India, Nepal, Bhutan, Singapore to mention a few.

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