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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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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South African MP Calls China’s Protest Against Tibetan Leader’s Visit Foolish

A South African MP slammed China for protesting and threatening the country for allowing the Tibetan political leader to visit the country. The South African parliamentarian called the Chinese embassy’s strong protest along with the threat against to the country beyond the limits and foolish.

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Police Directs Tibetans Holding Voter ID to Return Their RC

The Indian police has issued a directive to some of Tibetan settlement offices which informs Tibetans holding Indian voter IDs to return their refugee Registration Certificates (RC) for security reasons. The notice informs Tibetans who are holding voter IDs need to return their RCs within a period of one month.

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Tibet Occupation Started with a Road: Lobsang Sangay

Sikyong, the President of Central Tibetan Administration aka Tibetan Government in Exile during his visit to the South Africa told that the Tibet occupation started with a road while speaking to Daily Maverick. The Tibetan political head clearly explained how the Chinese armies entered and finally invaded Tibet, warning against the present situation in many African countries.

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Tibetans Condole Death of Ladakh’s Dr. Sonam Dawa Lonpo, a True Friend of Tibet

Condolences poured in after the passing away for Dr Sonam Dawa Lonpo, Chief Executive Councillor of Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council. The Tibetan government in exile, along with the Tibetan and Ladakhi communities, mourned the death of the leader who passed away due to sudden cardiac arrest at his home on January 30, 2018.

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Regionalism Biggest Internal Challenge of Tibetan Community: President Sangay

The president of Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamsala while speaking to the Tibetan community in Belgium on Sunday told that regionalism is the biggest internal challenge for the Tibetan community. The political head of Tibetan people, Dr. Lobsang Sangay, who is on a three nation tour to Europe warned against the practice of regionalism among the Tibetan communities.

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India Should Help Resolve Tibet Issue: President Sangay Urges At Thank You India Launch

In a move to engage with the international community for expressing gratitude in their support at the making the successful story of the Tibetan exile community, especially India, the host country of the exile headquarters, President Lobsang Sangay urged India to help in the resolution of Tibet issue while launching the yearlong Thank You India program for 2018.

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First Step to a Tibetan Commercial Bank Laid by CTA

Central Tibetan Administration on Wednesday launched Gangjong Development Finance Private ltd, a non-banking financial corporation, which is planned to be developed into a normal Tibetan commercial bank in the coming years. The president of CTA, Dr. Lobsang Sangay announced the initiative at a press conference held at Dharamsala on Wednesday.

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Step by Step Guide to Online RC Registration: CTA Guide

In order to alleviate public confusion regarding the process for online registraton of RC, here’s an illustration of a step by step guide through the complete process of the online registration. Kindly note that the online application form can be filled from any location but once the application is completed, you have to submit the printed form to the concerned FRO.

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