Tibetan Refugee Mistaken for Chinese Spy Arrested in India

A Tibetan refugee has been arrested in India after being mistaken as a Chinese spy. The Tibetan refugee was caught in suspicion for possession a China issued travel while possessing Indian government documents. A Central Armed Police Force of India detained the refugee while travelling along Indian border regions en-route to Nepal.

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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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Clash Between Tibetans and Locals in HP Village Sataun

In an ugly incident on late Monday night, a violent clash between Tibetans and the local Indians took place in the village named Sataun in Himachal Pradesh according to the updates circulating from local reports. The scuffle between the Tibetan refugees and the local Indians indicate regional disharmony and police warned gripping tension there.

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Indian Government Directs Tibetans To Register RCs Online By March 2018

According to a recent directive to the Central Tibetan Administration from the Ministry of Home Affairs/Foreigners Division, Tibetans have been advised to complete online registration of their Registration/Residential Certificates by the end of March this year. The president of CTA, Dr. Lobsang Sangay also urged Tibetans possessing RCs to comply to the directives on Wednesday.

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We Should Be Proud To Live In India Said Dalai Lama

His Holiness the Dalai Lama during the inauguration of the Sera-Mey Debate Courtyard and giving a public teaching in Bylakuppe Tibetan settlement on Thursday told the audience that we should be proud to live in India. The ceremony was also attending by Tibetan dignitaries including President Lobsang Sangay, Speaker Khenpo Sonam Tenphel as well as Indians including Sri Sri Dr Nirmalanandanatha Mahaswamiji.

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Home Minister Directs Officials To Improve Living Conditions Of Tibetan Refugees

The Central Government of India’s Home minister Rajnath Singh has directed the concerned officials to take steps to improve the living conditions of the Tibetan Refugees according to the home ministry. The issue of rehabilitation status of the Tibetan refugees along with the Sri Lankan Tamilians were reviewed by a high level committee presided over by the home minister himself.

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Tibetans Voted In Indian Democracy With Tibet In Mind

Tibetans voted in Indian democracy with Tibet in the mind according to the various reports published on the story including quotes from the Tibetan voters. More than a thousand Tibetan took part in the assembly elections in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India in a historic shift of approaches in the exile.

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Foreign Travels For Tibetans In India To Get Easier

Foreign travels for Tibetans in India to get easier says a report in the Hindu as published this Sunday. Tibetan refugees in India are bound a complex sequences of paper works to travels to any foreign country and this is all set to get easier as the Home Ministry is processing to do away with this complex procedure Tibetan refugees’ foreign travels.

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Two Tibetans Arrested At Mumbai Airport With Forged Passports

Two Tibetans arrested at Mumbai airport with forged passports on September 2 this year according to the news reports. The Tibetan duo of a man and a woman in their 30s were apprehended at the departure gate 69 of Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai by the immigration authorities.

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Young Indian Students’ Short Film About Tibet Wins Big

Young Indian student’s short film about Tibet wins big at some of the international film festivals and listed in many others. Three young Indian students from Bangalore made a short film about the real life situation of Tibetan refugees living in India and the film has won the best documentary short film at Bangalore Short Film Festival, 2017.

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