Tibetan Brothers Denied License in Nepal, Qualify For Dental Programs in Canada

The Tibetan brothers who were denied the license to practice dentistry in Nepal for being stateless back in 2015 have now been qualified for dental programs in Canada according to a story published in The Star today. The brothers hail from a humble refugee family in Nepal are now realising their dreams of become dentist with rare opportunities in Canada.

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13 Cops On Duty To Guard Dalai Lama Suspended For Negligence In Bodh Gaya

13 policemen on duty to guard the Tibetan spiritual leader in Bodh Gaya has been suspended for negligence according to the latest reports on Wednesday. Senior superintendent of police of the district is said to have taken the action after those 13 policemen on duty to guard His Holiness the Dalai Lama were not found at their assigned locations.

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China’s Repressive Policies Cause of Tibetan Self Immolations: President Sangay

China’s Repressive Policies in Tibet is the cause of Tibetans from all ages and communities resorting to self immolations as last method to vent out their dissatisfaction explains Central Tibetan Administration president Lobsang Sangay according to the recent article published in its official website. This is an explanation in account of the fact that more than 151 Tibetans resorting to this extreme step of burning oneself since 2009.

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PM Modi Will Visit Arunachal Pradesh To Send A Strong Message To China

According to the latest reports, Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will be visiting the state Arunachal Pradesh to continue sending strong signal to China. The Prime Minister’s date of visit of to the North Eastern state of India though has not been confirmed yet, it is expected to take place in the early part of 2018.

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One of The Largest Tibetan Monastery Opened In Taiwan

One of the largest Tibetan monastery has been opened in Taiwan according to the report published in the official website of the Central Tibetan Administration on Wednesday. The Gosok Tsechen Kunphen monastery was inaugurated in the presence of His Eminence Jangtse Choeje Gosok Rinpoche and Representative Dawa Tsering, Office of Tibet, Taiwan on Sunday.

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Dipping Temperatures Might Mean Better Business for Tibetan Sweater-Sellers

The arrival of New Year has brought with it, perhaps, good news for Tibetan sweater-sellers. Tibetan sweater-sellers who are struggling to make sales might see a rise in the purchase after Skymet Weather said that the winter chill will continue. Tibetan sellers were earlier concerned about the onset of a late winter, resulting in warmer climate even during the month of December.

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