Representative Pelosi & McGovern Calls on China to Let Dalai Lama Go Home

US Representatives Nancy Pelosi and James McGovern in a collaborated opinion piece published in the Boston Globe news portal, the long time Tibet supporters from United States have called upon the Chinese leaders to let the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama back to his home, Tibet.

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Tibet Urgently Need to be Made Accessible to World Media

As China continues to gain in stature and power the world seems to accept its narrative more and more no matter how much it continues to suppress the ethnic minorities living within its vast borders. The world media should understand that the very ‘Peaceful Rise’ of China which is anything but ‘peaceful’ threatens the Tibetan culture and its distinct identity.

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China Intensifies Political Indoctrination of Tibetan Monks

As a part of the Chinese ruling communist party’s effort to strengthen its grip over the Tibetan people, local authorities are conducting training of the Tibetan religious leaders to promote political indoctrination of the communist China’s policies. A number Tibetan Buddhist monks have been given a three days of political training in Tibet’s capital, Lhasa.

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Signature Campaign for Liberation of Tibet from China Launched

The Bharat Tibet Sahyog Manch’s local chapter in Basohli, Jammu & Kashmir during an event launched a signature campaign for the liberation of Tibet from China. The Indian Tibet support group also discussed about India’s safety along the borders from the liberation of Tibet from China’s control.

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Chinese Delegation Warns US not to Support Dalai Lama

According to the report in the Global Times a National People’s Congress delegation of legislators from the Tibet Autonomous Region to the United States that completed on Tuesday had stressed on the importance of US-China relationship and warned them not to support the Dalai Lama or so called as the ‘Dalai Clique’ according to the report.

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Tibetan Self Immolation Have Waned But Not Lingering for the Dalai Lama

Over the past ten years, Tibetans have resorted to the unfathomable means of protest by burning oneself against the Chinese occupation of Tibet. However, these protests have now waned after their spiritual leaders headed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama spoke against it but the Tibetans’ long wait for His Holiness remains strong and steady.

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Tibet Has Never Been a Part of China: Chinese Professor

A Chinese professor during a presentation of his studies on the historical documents of Tibet and China told that Tibet has never been a part of China. The professor presented his research at the special event organized by the Tibetan Youth Congress at Hotel Tibet in McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala, the headquarter of the exile Tibetan administration.

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Study Reveals China’s Use of Economic Leverage Against Leaders Meeting Dalai Lama

According to a deep research published by the the blog of the Stigler Center at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, the study reveals how China uses the economic leverages against the senior public officials of other countries meeting with the exiled spiritual head of the Tibetan people, His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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Question of Samdhong Rinpoche’s China Visit a Personal Matter

During the last day of the budget session of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile, President of Central Tibetan Administration, Dr. Lobsang Sangay told at in the parliament that the question of former Tibetan political head Professor Samdhong Rinpoche’s visit to China is a personal matter and it can not be discussed on the floor of the parliament.

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Support Group Prays for Dalai Lama’s Return to Tibet via Tawang

A leading Tibet Support Group has expressed their prayers for the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s return to Tibet via Tawang during a ceremony in Tawang marking the beginning of the event celebrating 60th year of His Holiness in exile. The celebration is being carried out through a ten day relay march through same track of His Holiness’s journey to exile in India 60 years ago.

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