Paul Bourke Ends As Executive Officer Of Australia Tibet Council After 30 Years

Paul Bourke ends as the executive officer of Australia Tibet Council after completing 30 years of service to campaign for the right of Tibetans by the end of this year. The important vacancy after his departure will be filled by the incumbent Campaigns officer, Kyinzom Dhongdue by the beginning of next year.

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India Grants One Year Multi Entry Visa To Tibetan IC Holders To Ease Foreign Travel

The Government of India has granted one year multi entry visa to Tibetan IC holders to ease their foreign travels at the request of the Central Tibetan Administration as announced today. Tibetans holding IC have been facing issues of humiliation and unnecessary hassles while traveling abroad and entry/return visa is one of them.

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His Holiness The Dalai Lama Arrives In Bylakuppe

Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama arrived in Tibetan settlement Bylakuppe this afternoon after a two day journey by road from Mundgod Tibetan settlement. His Holiness visiting to the Tibetan settlement for a five day program in the southern part of India where he is scheduled with many programs at the monasteries in the area.

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Neither Dalai Lama Nor Samdhong Have Or Planning A China Visit!

Of late various news services have been suggesting that the former Tibetan prime minister had made a private visit to China and hinted that His Holiness the Dalai Lama might be headed for a visit to China. However, to clear out all dusts, Professor Samdhong Rinpoche clarified in a recent interview with a major news paper that all those are just rumors and nothing else.

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55 Hotels In Dharamshala Declared Illegal Told To Shutdown By Court

55 Dharamshala hotels have been declared as illegal and now ordered to be shut down according to a court order on Monday. The Pollution Control Board regional officer has carried out the inspection of the hotels and other establishments in Dharamsala, McLeodganj and Naddi as per the direction from High Court in response to a PIL.

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Home Minister Directs Officials To Improve Living Conditions Of Tibetan Refugees

The Central Government of India’s Home minister Rajnath Singh has directed the concerned officials to take steps to improve the living conditions of the Tibetan Refugees according to the home ministry. The issue of rehabilitation status of the Tibetan refugees along with the Sri Lankan Tamilians were reviewed by a high level committee presided over by the home minister himself.

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