Tibetan Court Warns Dr. Sangay Led Cabinet of Eligibility to Run Office

The apex court of the exile Tibetan administration, Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission has warned the Dr. Sangay led cabinet of their eligibility to run the office. Following the announcement of the verdict for case number 20 at the court, the cabinet failed to abide by it. The court has issued an ultimatum in following its verdict.

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Kashag Unsatisfied of Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission’s Case 20 Verdict

The cabinet of Central Tibetan Administration called as Kashag has published a statement saying that it is unsatisfied of the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission’s verdict of the high profile case number 20. Dr. Lobsang Sangay led cabinet has urged from the general public to maintain unity and stability.

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Exile Tibetan Court Rules Case No 20 in Favour of Penpa Tsering

The exile Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission after series of hearings ruled the much hyped case number 20 in favour of the plaintiff, Penpa Tsering on Monday. The former Representative to North America lodged the case against Dr. Lobsang Sangay led cabinet of the Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamshala last year.

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Deported US National Penpa Tsering Warns of Travelling to Nepal

A Tibetan origin US national Penpa Tsering was in a shocking incident, deported back to New York from Tribhuvan Internation Airport in Nepal last week. While Chinese influence being the cause of deportation has been admitted by the Nepalese officials, the victim has been traumatized by the incident. He has warned all foreign nationals to think twice before visiting Nepal.

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Nepal Deports Penpa Tsering Back to US as China Lists Him a Dalai Lama Agent

A person named Penpa Tsering is reported to have been denied entry to Nepal despite holding a valid visa. Mr. Tsering who has the same same as Former representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to North America has been deported back to the United States after being quizzed for many hours at the Tribhuvan International Airport.

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Tibetan Court Rejects 3 Months Time Appeal by Defendant of Case 20

The Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission of the Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamshala has rejected the request for three months time by the defendant of the Case no. 20. As per the report by Tibet Sun, the Tibetan court has served a notice to the defending lawyer ruling the rejection of his request for more time during the first hearing of the case.

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Pioneer’s Report ‘Dalai Vs Sangay’ Misleading; Clarifies CTA

Department of Information and International Relations (DIIR) of the Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamshala, India has issued a clarification against a misleading report published by the Pioneer on Sunday. The misleading report is titled ‘Dalai Vs Sangay: Case hearing from June 5’, relating to the case between Former Speaker and the President of CTA.

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Tibetan Volunteers Gather to Protest Against the Sikyong

A group of Tibetan volunteers from different parts of the world have gathered in the compound of the Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamshala to protest against Sikyong Lobsang Sangay on Saturday. Three representatives of the volunteers group called for a press conference on Friday in McLeod Ganj to launch the week long campaign.

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TPiE Speaker Talks On Penpa Tsering’s Ousting As Representative

The Tibetan Parliament in Exile TPiE speaker Khenpo Sonam Tenphel talks on former representative Penpa Tsering’s ousting while appearing on the interview to the Voice of America on Wednesday. The speaker of the Tibetan parliament was asked by callers from across the world to share his views on the recent issue over the North America Representative.

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Officiating CTA President Affirms $1.5 Million As Grant From Tibet Fund

During a media query today to the officiating CTA President, Ven. Yuthok Karma Gelek affirmed that the $1.5 million was grant from the Tibet Fund. The Tibet Fund on Wednesday issued a statement in clarification to the issue arising over the $1.5 million loan taken by CTA in the year 2014.

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