Major Fire Accident Brings Tragedy at Tibetan Market in Paonta

A sudden fire accident has occurred at a Tibetan market in the Paonta Sahib district of Himachal Pradesh. According to sources, the fire accident has brought tragedy to the Tibetan refugees by bringing thousands of rupees loss from the incident. However, a timely support from a group Sikh youth on pilgrimage march helped douse the fire.

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A Young Tibetan Refugee is Helping Rural Himalayas Develop

A young Tibetan woman raised in one of the Tibetan refugee camps located in the rural Himalayan regions is helping the communities from her native develop. The young leader has initiated sustainable livelihood projects in the region providing great opportunities in these rural places.

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Banaras Hindu University Puts Special Status for Tibetan Students

One of the premier Universities in India, the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) in a welcome move has given a special consideration to the Tibetan students. The University has relaxed Tibetan students from paying tuition fees as foreigners and they will now pay same as Indians, relieving the financial burden of Tibetan refugees.

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Nepal Promised to Protect Rights of Tibetans Says US

The United States secretary of State Mike Pompeo has stated in a congratulatory message to the Prime Minister of Nepal that the Himalayan state has promised to continue protecting the rights of the Tibetan refugees living in the country. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has recently completed one year in the office.

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16 Tibetan Refugee Shops Burnt in India, You Can Help Out Here!

16 Tibetan refugee families shops have been burnt in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh during a local political crisis in the region. The concerned Tibetan refugees family in the case completely relies on the shops for their livelihood and a crowd funding campaign has begun to help their ease their trouble.

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Nepal Collecting Data on Tibetans to Curb Anti China Activism

According to breaking reports, Nepal is collecting data on Tibetans living in the country to curb anti-China activities. Since Nepal is the main transit for Tibetans fleeing from Tibet to exile, the new effort from the Himalayan country aims to control new entry of Tibetans to the country.

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Now Tibetans of All Ages Living in India Need to Make RCs

The government of India has updated its policy regarding the issuance of Registration Certificates (RCs) to the Tibetan refugees living in the country. According to the new policy, all Tibetans living in India, irrespective of ages need to make the Registration Certificates (RCs) and the instruction has been circulated to all Tibetan settlements.

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Tibetan Refugees’ RC Renewal Delay Could Cost Upto $500 in Penalty

The Tibetan refugees living in India on the provision of the Registration Certificate (RC) from the host country India are now liable to be fined upto 500 US Dollars or thirty six thousands rupees if their RC renewal is delayed. The notice issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs/Foreigners Division, Government of India outlined the financial penalty amounts with respect to the extend of delay in time.

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