Tibetan Muslims Hope For A Seat In Tibetan Parliament

Tibetan muslims who arrived into exile after His Holiness the Dalai Lama fled into India and settled in Kashmir region of India. There by the Tibetan muslims flourished in the valley and have secured the citizenship of India. In an interview report published by Tibet express, an interviewee Tibetan muslim expressed their hope for a reserved seat for Tibetan muslims in the exile Tibetan parliament.

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India Must Cancel Dalai Lama’s Tawang Visit: China

Just days ahead of the Dalai Lama’s Tawang visit, China says that India must cancel the visit. The Chinese Consul General in Kolkata, Ma Zahnwu said to at a press meet repeated China’s stand on the upcoming visit to the disputed regions of India bordering Tibet, now conquered by China.
“India must cancel the visit.” said the Consul general at the press meet.

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India To Issue Passports To All Eligible Tibetan Refugees

The Government of India has ordered all the passports offices across the country and abroad to issue Indian passports to Tibetan refugees. Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) following the direction of Delhi High court decided to issue Indian passports to all eligible Tibetans born on India between 26/01/1950 to 01/07/1987.

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Bridging The Broken Tibetan Communities

During this program, one of the most interesting experience was the meeting with Tibetans. I met with Tibetan participants from Tibet and Nepal. After exploring some common origins between Tibet and Baltistan, we became close friends. We expanded our discussions and shared our deeper insight on the history, civilization and culture and language of both Tibet and Baltiyul (the former name of today’s Baltistan).

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Terrorist Group Warns Dalai Lama Before Assam Visit

Paresh Barua, the leader of ULFA, a terrorist group warns Dalai Lama to abstain from speaking against China publicly or privately. It is pertinent to mention that he is currently residing in China under the protection of the authoritarian state. It appears very certain that he has said it at the behest of the Chinese authorities.
ULFA (United Liberation Front of Assam) is a terrorist group operating in the North Eastern state of Assam and has claimed many attacks in the state killing hundreds of people. Over the past few years its clout and influence has receded.

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China Extending Tibet Policies To Muslims in Uyghur

China extending Tibet policies to Muslims in Uyghur. Going by the recent oppression in the restive province Xinjiang, it appears that China is now extending the policies it has used in Tibet to Uyghur Muslims.
China has been denying basic liberty and freedom of expression. In fact there is not even a semblance of it Tibet. The Chinese have resorted to changing the demographics of Tibet and have not allowed Tibetan culture to flourish in the same way that it has over the past several thousand years.

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China Unhappy Over India’s Increasing Indulgence With The Dalai Lama

China unhappy over India’s increasing indulgence with His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet at the public forums formally. It has exhorted India to not use His Holiness the Dalai Lama as a “bargaining chip”. Chinese experts have said that this would spoil India’s image amongst the Chinese and will not help in solving the bilateral issues.

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Lukar Jam Atsok, The ‘People-Elected’ Opponent of The Dalai Lama

Lukar Jam Atsock, a fierce proponent of complete independence for Tibet and a critique of the Dalai Lama, has been the face of condemnation for many Tibetans. His poem for the late Elliot Sperling where he expressed that the historian should’ve lived for 113 years drew immediate censure from people online and which eventually resulted in the vandalization of his vehicle outside his residence in Dharamsala.

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Tawang Is Part Of Tibet And Tibet Is Part Of China, So Tawang Is Part Of China: Chinese Scholar

Tawang Is Part Of Tibet And Tibet Is Part Of China, So Tawang Is Part Of China according to a claim made by a Chinese Scholar. Drawing out historical relations between Tibet’s capital Lhasa and Tawang, the scholar, Lian Xiangmin, Director of Institute of Contemporary Tibetan Studies at the China Tibetology Research Centre (CTRC), asserted Tawang as a part of Tibet and subsequently that of China.

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