Assam’s PPFA Slams Beijing for Anti-India Campaigns

Guwahati: After a massive demonstration by Arunachali students at Itanagar on Monday, a patriotic forum ridiculed the Communist China government in Beijing for its ‘unwanted exercise’ against India. Patriotic People’s Front Assam, PPFA slams Beijing in a statement asking the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to rethink over its policy towards Tibet.

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Tibetan Prime Minister On First New Zealand Tour

Tibetan Prime Minister Lobsang Sangay will be visiting New Zealand for the first time. The visit is scheduled to start from 30th April. His visit will begin from Brisbane, Australia. It will have a very significant political dimension to it as well as the PM will be meeting several dignitaries and members of political leadership as well. This lends more weight to this particular visit.

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Dalai Lama Awarded M L Sondhi Prize International Politics 2016

New Delhi: His Holiness the Dalai Lama awarded Professor M L Sondhi prize for International politics here in Delhi today. The event took place at the India International Centre, New Delhi in the presence of Indian dignitaries such as journalist Arun Shourie and Lalit Mansingh among the many others.

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Seven Tibetan Students Trapped In An Admission Racket

Seven Tibetan students are trapped in a Medical college racket in Bangalore according to the report in the Tibet Express. School graduates of 2016 are awaiting a promised admission to one of the prestigious medical college in Bangalore since their application last year. The students are today deserted without the money as wells as their documents they submitted for admission.

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We Are Not Chinese, Arunachalees Are Patriotic Indians

We are not Chinese, We are patriotic Indians retorted the leader of the All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union when staging their protest against China renaming districts in the state. The alleged controversial regions in the state, which China claims as parts of Chinese territory have been renamed by China to claim their stronghold in the recent times.

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Tibetan Girl Tops A Science Fair And Wins Spot In Prestigious ISEF

The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), a program of Society for Science & the Public (the Society), is the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. Her project was titled “Oxtoic drug levels in cochlear tissues: Validating machine segmentation of drug uptake in individual cells types of cochlea in confocal images.”

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Arunachal Places China Renamed Have Early Links To Dalai Lama and Tibet

China’s displeasure with India has turned into a diplomatic tussle where regions well known for their Tibetan roots are now being renamed. The six places in Arunachal Pradesh recently renamed by China have deep-rooted links with the Dalai Lama and Tibet.
The 14th Dalai Lama earlier visited the Tawang Monastery in Arunachal Pradesh purportedly to discuss his reincarnation and China’s religious persecution in occupied Tibet.

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The False Narrative On The Dalai Lama And Tibet

Some of these students even labeled the Dalai Lama as a rapist, a terrorist, and a separatist among other labels. Others claimed that slavery and tyranny were rampant in Tibet prior to the arrival of the Chinese. Regardless of how one looks at these claims, it is important to examine them in order to discover if there is any semblance of truth to these claims. In this essay, I will disprove all these claims and show how China is unjustifiably occupying Tibet and is in violation of numerous basic human rights.

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Tibetan Medical System Being Considered For UNESCO Honour

The traditional Tibetan Medical system, Sowa Rigpa is being considered for giving an elite UNESCO status, the intangible cultural heritage. However it has got entangled into another diplomatic tussle between India and China.
Traditional Tibetan medicine is centuries-old traditional medical system that employs complex approach to diagnosis, incorporating techniques such as pulse analysis and urinalysis.

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Father’s Memoir Takes Tibetan Youth To Adversity Incurred Post Chinese Invasion

A second generation Tibetan youth in exile revisits the adversities incurred upon Tibetans of his parents generation post the Chinese invasion of Tibet. Rignam Wangkhang, son of first generation exiled Tibetan Tsering Dorjee Wangkhang visits the experience of his father’s escape into exile and the hardships endured aftermath the Chinese invasion of Tibet.

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