Dr. Lobsang Sangay Takes News Week Cover Story

President Dr. Lobsang Sangay takes the News Week magazine cover story in its September 11 edition according to the official news report from the Central Tibetan Administration website. Newsweek En Espanol, Spanish version of the reputed weekly periodical featured the Tibetan political leader in its cover story in their latest edition.

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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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Young Indian Students’ Short Film About Tibet Wins Big

Young Indian student’s short film about Tibet wins big at some of the international film festivals and listed in many others. Three young Indian students from Bangalore made a short film about the real life situation of Tibetan refugees living in India and the film has won the best documentary short film at Bangalore Short Film Festival, 2017.

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Donald Trump Proposes Tibetans’ AID Cut, Wants Others To Jump In Now

The new US president Donald Trump proposes Tibetans’ AID cut and wants other countries to jump in now to continue the support required for the Tibetan community. The pioneer of the developed nations and the leader in economy, United States congress will now have to vote for President Trump’s proposal of zero aid for the Tibetan community in the coming year.

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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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Tibetan Parliament Votes Dr. Rabgyal To Justice Commissioner

Members of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile took part in a voting a process to appoint a new Justice Commissioner of Central Tibetan Administration today. During the morning session of 6th day of the 2nd session of TPiE proceedings, the members voted between the two candidates nominated by the selection committee.

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US Lawmakers Ask Obama To Redouble Support For Tibetan People

The US Congressman McGovern leading 72 US lawmakers has written a letter to the President of United States, Barack Obama which instructs the out-going president to prioritize the issue of Tibet during his last few months at the office on Wednesday. The letter comes as result of no progress in the view of finding a solution to the issue of the Tibetan people led by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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Official Website Of H. H. The Dalai Lama Hacked And Infected

The Chinese version of the official website of His Holiness the Dalai Lama has been hacked and infected with malicious viruses according to a report from the BBC world. Over the past few years there has been threats from the same group of attackers and the attackers are alleged to be Chinese as their logs are found written in Chinese.

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