Following the recent incident of arresting two Tibetan refugees trying to enter into Tibet without proper permits, Nepal government is now all set to send eight other Tibetan refugees to the Indian town of Dharamsala, the exile headquarter of Tibetan refugees on Saturday. The government is coordinating with its Indian counterpart and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in this matter.Read more
Tibetans in Nepal have been able to mark the auspicious occasion of their spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s birthday this year according to the special report in Voice of Tibet. The grand celebration of His Holiness’ 83rd birthday was also organised at the presence of various foreign dignitaries in the country, including the US Ambassador to Nepal.Read more
A Tibetan activist has been initially detained by the Nepal police after he posted a picture holding the Tibetan national flag on the the social media recently. Earlier this month, soon after posting a picture holding the Tibetan flag in Nepal on Facebook he was detained and later expelled from the country.Read more
Nepal government has been strictly bowing to the Chinese influence with regard to the Tibetans organising rallies and demonstrations against the China. Similar to the fast many years, the host government has not given the permission to the Tibetans to commemorate the Tibetan National Uprising day on March 10.Read more
In an extremely and distressing news report, Nepal police arrests 41 Tibetans from Tibet who were travelling to India via a public bus. The Danghadi district police has arrested the Tibetans on Monday and they have been sent back to Department of Immigration in Kathmandu for further action.Read more
Nepal government has issued a written commitment to facilitate providing vital registration certificates to Tibetan refugees in the country. Nepal’s written letter comes in response to the complaint lodged to the government through National Human Rights Commission.
The press release made by INHURED says that this commitment from the Nepali government is applicable to all Tibetans living in the country.
Tibetans are being restricted to greater extends from the Nepalese police which we have seen during the recent occasion of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s birthday in July. When the Tibetans gathered around the Boudha stupa in on 6th July, after making the preparations for celebration of His Holiness’s birthday since past few months, the police banned the celebration!Read more