Sikkim State To Adopt the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014

In a pleasant news from the Northern state of India, Sikkim, the Cabinet of the state government in a meeting has unanimously decided to adopt the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014. The policy formulated by the Central government in 2014 aims to provide better livelihood opportunities for the Tibetan refugees in the country.

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Tibetans Availing Indian Passports Should Move Out of Refugee Settlements

The Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) in a circular to all the passport issuing authorities in India and abroad mentioned that Tibetan refugees availing the Indian Passports should declare to not stay in any Tibetan refugee settlements or enjoying any Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) benefits, privileges or subsidies.

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India Outlines Tibetan RCs/ICs Surrender Procedure to Apply for Passport

The Ministry of External Affairs of the Government of India has issued a directive to all the passport issuing authorities on Monday to accept the surrender of Registration Certificates (RCs) and Identity Certificates (ICs) of Tibetan Refugees eligible to apply for Indian passports. The memorandum from the ministry has come in response to a Delhi High court order.

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Indian Ministry Suggests a Sharp 43% Decline in No. of Tibetan Refugees

According to the publication in the leading Indian news paper, The Indian Express, the number of Tibetan refugees in India has declined by more than 43% in the past seven years. This report is huge shocker as the number is very much below the approximated count as suggested by the official of Central Tibetan Administration, according to the report.

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Tibetan Girl’s Indian Independence Day Message Will Melt Your Heart

Whenever I think of the 15th August, my mind recollects something and I shan’t forget to congratulate and thank India for making me realize who I am. It was exactly 11 years ago, I had felt an electric power kind of wave passing through my nerves and bones. And I found myself in the pool of tears which couldn’t be wiped off permanently. I can still sense the wetness all over my eyes. I am certain that it will remain until my unseen country Tibet’s issue is resolved.

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Prohibitory Order Upon Protests Against Tibetan Refugees

A prohibitory order upon protests against Tibetan refugees by the Students’ United Movement of All Arunachal (SUMAA) has been issued by the District Magistrate of West Kemang District of Arunachal Pradesh from Bomdila on Monday. The students group has been carrying out a protest against Tibetan refugees since the beginning of this month leading to unrest in the region.

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Arunachal Group Demands Deportation of Tibetans to Refugee Camps

Since the implementation of Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy 2014 coined by the Central Government of India for the welfare of around hundred thousand Tibetan refugees living in the country, some non governmental organizations such as students unions have been protesting the move in Arunachal Pradesh demanding deportation of Tibetans to refugee camps in the state.

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Will Follow as the Indian Government Says: Dalai Lama

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama while speaking to the media in Jammu told that he will follow as the Indian government says. His Holiness mentioned that he along with more than one hundred thousand Tibetans in the country are the guests of India and will follow as India says.

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Tibetans Warned of Dangerous Immigration Rackets

While the Tibetan refugee community is a struggle for identity and opportunity to seek a decent livelihood, migrating to the more developed countries like US, Canada and Europe came as answers. However, Tibetans have been on many occasion got trapped in the network of immigration rackets and the Tibetan administration has also warned against the prevailing crimes.

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