Tibetan Self Immolator From Varanasi Dies Of Burn Injury

Tibetan self immolator from Varanasi dies of burn injury days after tremendous effort in saving him from the initial 70% burn injury. Tenzin Choeying, resorted to self immolation to draw the attention of the world towards the Tibet issue on July 14 at his university campus in Varanasi, India and today he breathed his last at the Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi.

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India Should Give Maximum Support To The Dalai Lama And Tibet’s Independence Said Mulayam Singh

India should give maximum support to the Dalai Lama and Tibet’s independence said the Samajwadi party leader Mr. Mulayam Singh Yadav in the parliament yesterday. This statement from the former Indian defence minister came at a time when India has once again reached to a critical border controversy with China.

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Tibetan School Girl Nominated For 2017 Oticon Focus On People Awards

Camas High School Junior Is Finalist in National Awards Program Honoring Outstanding People with Hearing Loss. Tsering Shola of Camas is among 12 outstanding people with hearing loss honored by the 2017 Oticon Focus on People Awards, a national competition that recognizes individuals who are helping to change perceptions of what it means to live with hearing loss. Tsering has been selected as one of three finalists in the Student category.

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Tibetan Political Leader Hoisted Tibetan Flag At Lake Bordering Tibet

The Tibetan political leader hoisted Tibetan flag at Pang Gong lake very close to Tibet recently while he was in Ladakh to celebrate the 82nd birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Dr. Lobsang Sangay on the eve of His Holiness’s birthday, offered sangsol and prayers at the highland lake which borders Tibet, now occupied by China.

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New Rules Set For Tibetans Availing Indian Passports

New rules have been set for Tibetans availing Indian passports following the earlier court ruling in favour of Tibetans eligibility to seek Indian passports. The MEA’s ruling has laid out four conditions to be fulfilled by the Tibetans who are applying for the Indian passports instead of the Tibetan travel document I.C. issued by the Indian government.

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InFrame: First Tibetan Photography Magazine Launched

InFrame, the first Tibetan photography magazine was launched in Dharamshala on Tuesday at Hotel Tibet in Mcleod Ganj. The launch event presided over by the Kalon of Department of Education, Central Tibetan Administration started at around three in the afternoon with an audience gathering of around a hundred people.

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Tibetan Girl Awarded Gold Medal For Academic Excellence In MBA

A Tibetan girl has been awarded gold medal for academic excellence at the A P Goyal Shimla University on June 25, 2017 for the MBA exams held in June 2015. The Department of Education, Central Tibetan Administration, Dharamshala shared the news of Miss Tsamchoe on their Facebook page today, congratulating her outstanding achievement.

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A Tornado Spotted Swirling Over Tibet’s Capital Lhasa

A tornado was spotted swirling in the sky in the capital of Tibet, Lhasa according to the records of video footage shared by tourist and locals on last Saturday. The people were shocked of the situation as it is one of very rare situations of have occurred in Tibet. The whole weather condition lasted of around just 10 minutes.

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