Gas Explosions Planted in Building Occupied by Tibetans in Dharamshala

According to the Tibetan reports, gas explosions were planted in two apartments of a building occupied by Tibetans in Dharamshala on late Friday. A plot to explode the building with domestic cooking gas cylinders was recovered right in time and informed to the police by the building residents.

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UPSC Announce Post for Tibetan Translator at Ministry of Defence

According to the latest announcement from the Union Public Service Commission, Government of India, a permanent post for the Tibetan translator is available at the Ministry of Defence. The announcement came along with three posts of Assistant Director Safety at Ministry of Labour and Employment.

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Monk Proposes Self Immolation Over Politics in Tibetan Exile

A Tibetan refugee monk from South India has proposed of self immolation over the rising dirty politics in the Tibetan exile community according to a press briefing on Friday morning. The monk explained three factors relating to the Tibetan exile community that lead to his intention to self immolate for the greater cause of Tibetan struggle.

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Indo-Tibetan Border Police Practice Yoga in Himalayas

In an interesting outbreak in the social media, Indo-Tibetan Border Police, ITBP personals are seen practicing yoga in the chilly Himalayan ranges according to the pictures shared by its official Twitter handle. The ITPB is one of the five Central Armed Police Forces of India and deployed to along the borders China occupied Tibet.

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China Expels 3 Tibetans with Valid Visas After 8 Hours Detainment at Airport

Three foreign based Tibetans holding valid visas on their foreign passports were expelled after eight hours of detainment at the airport blocking their entry to the country for meeting their relatives. The Tibetans were intensively questioned and searched by the officials at the airport before expelling them from the country.

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CTA Applying Double Standards on Tibetans Seeking Indian Citizen?

According to an article from a Tibetan professor, the Tibetan government in exile is alleged to be seemingly applying double standards over the issue of Tibetans seeking Indian citizen. The JNU professor accused in an article that the Central Tibetan Administration while favouring Tibetans seeking citizenship in the West, it does not favour Tibetans seeking Indian citizenship.

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Militant Who Plotted Terror Blasts During Dalai Lama Visit Arrested

The Special Task Force of Kolkata Police on Friday arrested a militant of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) group for his involvement in plotting the terror blasts during the spiritual leader Dalai Lama’s visit to Bodh Gaya last month. This is the fourth arrest of the terror outfit’s militant this month in its connection to the planned blasts last month.

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Pakistan Seemingly Adopts Chinese as Official Language

In a move in the Pakistan senate on last Monday, Chinese was seemingly adopted as one of its official languages according various news reports. The motion was brought in the senate where it calls for the declaration of Mandarin, a Chinese dialect as one of the official languages in Pakistan after Urdu and English for the implementation of CPEC.

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Despite No Details, China Says Jokhang Fire not Arson

While the Tibetans were celebrating the second day of their new year on February 17, the holiest icon of Tibetan Buddhism, Jokhang Temple was involved in a tragic fire incident. After almost a week’s time, the Chinese officials have informed through their official mouth piece Xinhua that the Jokhang fire in Lhasa was not a deliberate crime of any human.

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Two US Mayors Called Upon Dalai Lama in India

Recently, the Mayor of Louisville in Kentucky state, Greg Fischer and the Mayor of Anaheim, California, Tom Tait called upon the Tibetan spiritual leader in the Himalayan town of Dharamshala during their 10 day visit to India. The two US leaders visited His Holiness the Dalai Lama to inform their respective initiatives at promoting compassion and kindness in their cities.

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