Chinese Soldiers Opposed Celebration of Dalai Lama’s Birthday in India

The Chinese soldiers along the Indian borders across Ladakh region has opposed the celebration His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s birthday in India. The Chinese soldiers have issued their protest over villagers on Indian territory celebrating the spiritual leader’s 84th birthday recently to the Indian counterparts in the far regions of Ladakh.

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In Tibet You Get Money to Display Xi Jinping Portraits But Punished for Dalai Lama’s

The worsening human rights situation in Tibet is for real. The Chinese authorities controlling Tibetans in Tibet offers money for displaying the portraits of Xi Jinping while it brutally punishes anyone even possessing the pictures of His Holiness the Dalai Lama! The state interference in Tibetan religious freedom is very serious in real.

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China Renews Effort to Ban Dalai Lama Pictures Ahead of His 84th Birthday

Chinese authorities has renewed its efforts of reinforcing the ban on the pictures of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Tibet ahead of his 84th birthday. This new push from the Chinese authorities have now reached to the far flung remote nomadic locations of Tibet usually not covered under the police attention.

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China Crackdown Tibetans in the Name of Fighting ‘Organized Crimes’

The Chinese government is implementing a crackdown of Tibetan Social Groups in the name of fighting against ‘Organized Crimes’ says the fresh report published by the Human Rights Watch on Sunday. According to the report, the authority is now treating even the traditional forms of social actions in Tibetan areas as illegal in the crackdown campaign.

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China Bans Tibetan Students from Religious Activities

China in its effort to tighten their grip upon restricting the religious observances in the traditionally and largely Buddhist country, Tibetan students from schools in Tibet have been banned from engaging in any form of religious activities during their summer holidays according to the Chinese state media report on Tuesday.

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