BJP MP Shanta Kumar Attends Tibetan Event Ignoring Chinese Warning

BJP MP and former Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh Shanta Kumar has snubbed China. The BJP leader was invited to the commemoration event of the 60th Tibetan National Uprising day organized by the Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamshala on March 10.

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60 Years of National Humiliation

This year marks sixty years of Chinese occupation of Tibet. For Tibetan people, it means sixty years of national humiliation in the form of oppression, dispossession, displacement, discrimination and separation. It is this denial of the right to determine our national destiny and having to submit to a foreign power whose goal is to destroy our consciousness as a nation.      

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Botswana’s Former President Set To Visit Dalai Lama in India

The former president of Republic of Botswana in South Africa is all set to travel to India on Friday and visit the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the latter’s residence. The incumbent government of the African state has sternly opposed to his visit; fearing Chinese backlash.

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Botswana Govt. Blocks Former President from Travelling to Dharamshala

The government of Botswana has blocked the plans of it former president Ian Khama’s visit to Dharamshala in India, the residence of exiled Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the headquarter of the Central Tibetan Administration; the unofficial exile Tibetan government.

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US City Richmond Issues March 10 Proclamation in Support of Tibet

The United States city of Richmond in California has issued a proclamation recognizing the upcoming 60th anniversary of Tibetan National Uprising Day on March 10, 2019. The Richmond City Council has proclaimed the March 10, 2019 as ‘Tibet Day’ through the official declaration.

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China Locks Down Tibet Ahead of 60th Tibetan National Uprising Day

As the date inches closer to the anniversary of the 60th Tibetan National Uprising Day, China has locked down Tibet for foreign visitors. According to the latest reports, the availability of visas for foreigners travelling to Tibet has been made unavailable till April 1, i.e., for a period of more than a month and half.

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China Intensifies Campaign Against the Dalai Lama In Tibet

Chinese authorities launch a series of measures to intensify their campaign against the exiled spiritual leader of Tibetans, His Holiness the Dalai Lama. With the beginning of another year that brings along with it several historically significant milestones, the Chinese leadership is promoting its ever stronger grip over the people of Tibet!

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