Tibetan Exile Govt. Donates Rs. 5 Lacs for Kerala Flood Relief

The Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) which functions as the Tibetan exile govt. in India extended its helping hand by donating Rs. 5 Lacs (500,000) towards Kerala flood relief. The state of Kerala has been hit by an unprecedented gush of flood during the peak of monsoon season this year leading to a huge loss of lives and property.

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Dalai Lama Will Return to Tibet Very Soon, Dr. Sangay Says He Believes in Israel

The head of Tibetan Government-In-Exile, President Sangay’s visit to Israel is likely to ruffle feathers in China.  While seeking support for Tibet in Israel, he also expressed his belief that His Holiness the Dalai Lama will return back to Tibet, where he belongs and the Tibetans inside and outside Tibet will be reunited with basic freedom.

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Tibetans are the Most Successful Refugee Community: Dalai Lama

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Monday told to a group of young Tibetans volunteering at various fields of Central Tibetan Administration that the Tibetans as the most successful refugee community. His Holiness explained that this is true because Tibetans have carried out their responsibilities with sincerity.

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US Ambassador to India Visits Dalai Lama in Dharamsala

The US Ambassador to India on Wednesday visit the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama at his residence in Dharamsala during his two day visit to the exile Tibetan headquarters. The Ambassador during the visit was accompanied by a four person delegation from their office, the US Embassay, New Delhi.

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Catch Tibetan Opera Festival Going on in Dharamshala

The 23rd Shoton or Tibetan Opera Festival is a special occasion to catch up if you are in Dharamshala this season as it is one of the largest Tibetan cultural festivals in exile presided over by the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts, Dharamshala. The cultural fest began on April 20 and it will conclude on April 25.

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Tibetan Democracy One of Most Unique Systems: Dr. Sangay

The president of Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamsala,India is on a tour to United States and he delivered a prestigious lecture at a US University where he emphasized that the Tibetan democracy is one of the most unique and interesting democratic systems in thw whole world on Tuesday according to the official website of his administration.

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Lone Female Minister Vows to Prioritize Tibetan Language and Culture

The new minister of the present cabinet of President Lobsang Sangay, Dr. Pema Yangchen was sworn in to take the responsibility of the Department of Education last week. Dr. Yangchen who is also the lone female ministers in the present cabinet has told that her priority will be promotion of Tibetan culture and language.

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Leaders from BJP and Congress Attend Tibetan Event

Amidst the controversial reports of Indian Union government directing its officials and functionaries to avoid Dalai Lama and Tibetan events in view of ‘sensitive times’ of its dealing with China, India however seem to have changed its mind as leaders from BJP and Congress attend the Tibetans’ ‘Thank You India’ event in Dharamshala presided over by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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Tibetans Understand and Respect India’s Inconvenience

On the launch of the ‘Thank You India’ music video in Dharamsala, the Tibetan leader while acknowledging the discomfort from the Indian government at participating in Tibetan mega event featuring His Holiness the Dalai Lama, informed that Tibetans understand and respect India’s inconvenience.

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₹ 80 Lakhs to Revitalize Healthcare Infrastructure of Tibetan Exile

During the opening ceremony of the Health Review Meeting of the Central Tibetan Administration, President Lobsang Sangay announced that a budget of ₹ 80 Lakh has been sanctioned for the financial year to revitalize the infrastructure of Tibetan healthcare centres in Tibetan settlements. The review meeting started on Monday at Central Tibetan Administration, Dharamsala.

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