China encroaches on religious freedom at the Tibetan monastery by enforcing new government controls over Larung Gar according to the report in the Human Rights Watch. The new interference into the religious affairs at the iconic Tibetan monastery by the government rightly proves the party claims of constitutionally protecting religious beliefs.Read more
On the commemoration of the international Human Rights Day, extensive Tibet rallies were held across the world on Sunday with a massive solidarity rally organised in front of the United Nations in New York. While many Tibetans and Tibet support groups and organisations across the world carried out strong rallies calling out for the respect of human rights in Tibet against China, we bring to you some of the glimpses of those activities from across the world.Read more
A Tibetan monk has burnt self to death in Tibet to protest against the Chinese invasion of Tibet two days ago according to the report in Tibet Times. The Tibetan monk named Tenga has resorted to the extreme step of self immolation to protest against China’s forced invasion of Tibet on Sunday, i.e., November 26 this year.Read more
Chinese police brutally assaults Tibetan picnic group in Gorum village in Draggo, Sichuan province in Tibet. According to the news report from the Radio Free Asia, Chinese police personals suddenly attacked a group of Tibetans villagers on a picnic on August 25, 2017. The source reported that the police officials brually attacked the Tibetans without any explanation.Read more
Tibetans all over the world staged protests in major world cities marking the anniversary of the Chinese occupation of Tibet last week. The anniversary also coincided with the annual news conference of Tibet’s delegation to China.
The Chinese government vowed to tackle any Anti-China and separatist sentiments with a greater resolve than before and said that it will take a clear stand against those who incite ‘anti-national’ feelings and that anything that is deemed to be fanning separatist sentiments.
A Chinese diplomat had made a failed attempt to confiscate the coverage of the Tibet briefing meeting held at the United Nations. During the meeting about Human Rights in Tibet-2016 at the sidelines of the 34th sessions of the UN Human Rights council on Friday, a Chinese diplomat tried to confiscate and destroy the coverage of the meeting collected by a Tibetan.Read more
A United Nations appointed envoy on human rights said has spoken to the reporters on Tuesday that the Chinese government has not allowed his access to individuals who he had hoped to meet during his visit to the country according to a report by the Reuters.Read more