Deported US National Penpa Tsering Warns of Travelling to Nepal

A Tibetan origin US national Penpa Tsering was in a shocking incident, deported back to New York from Tribhuvan Internation Airport in Nepal last week. While Chinese influence being the cause of deportation has been admitted by the Nepalese officials, the victim has been traumatized by the incident. He has warned all foreign nationals to think twice before visiting Nepal.

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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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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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Nepal Agrees to Send 8 Tibetan Refugees to Dharamsala

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.

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Tibetans Marked a Grand Celebration of Dalai Lama’s Birthday in Nepal

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.

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Nepal Detains and Then Expels Tibetan for Posting Flag Picture

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.

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Tibetans in Nepal Advised not to Hold March 10 Rallies

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.

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Nepal Gives Written Letter To Provide Tibetans Vital Certificates

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.

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