Tibetan Artist Nominated At 2020 Queensland Music Awards

Tibetan artist is nominated at the 2020 Queensland Music Awards set to take place in March this year. A Tibetan song Apo Gaga, written and sung by Tenzin Choegyal is nominated in one of the seventeen categories of the Queensland Music Awards. The prestigious music awards supported by the local government recognizes various cultural heritages in the state.

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Gyari Dolma Aspires to Become Sikyong in 2021 Election

The former Kalon at Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamshala, Ms. Gyari Dolma has announced for aspirations to become Sikyong in 2021 elections. The former Kalon (Minister) during a recent event in New Delhi publicly announced that she hopes to lead the Tibetans. While Ms. Gyari Dolma is the first speak on the upcoming elections, she is also one of the strongest candidates.

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Trump Administration Very Late on China Report Required by Tibet Act

The State Department of Donald Trump’s administration is very late on China report required by the Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act. The US Congress is getting frustrated over the delay in submitting the report over the situation the past year. According to reports, the state department’s report is one month overdue to the Congress.

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US Will Fund $19 Million for Tibet Programs in 2020

As per the approval from both the houses and the President, United States will provide $19 million for Tibet programs in funding. The new spending bills of US includes steady spending support for Tibet programs in the new period. US President Donald Trump signed the final approvals of the spending late last month.

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Fire Accident at Tibetan Market in Agra

In a breaking report, a fire has broke out at the Tibetan market in Agra on late Saturday night. Tibetan refugees who have set up their temporary winter markets in Agra has suffered a fire accident. The incident of fire gave a panic mode to the Tibetans who have set their stalls adjacent to the Agra Fort near powerhouse bus stand.

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Penpa Tsering Says Case 20 Now Closed, Time to Move On

The former Representative to North America, Mr. Penpa Tsering has said that the case number 20 is now close and it time to move on. In a final statement issued with regard to the high profile case in Tibetan exile, the plaintiff Penpa Tsering made a final statement on closure of the case after more than one year of trials.

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China Arrests 30 Tibetans in Suspicion of Having Dalai Lama Pictures

According to fresh information, more than 30 Tibetans have been arrested by Chinese police in suspicion of having pictures of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Following the arrest of seven Tibetans in Sershul in November, more than 30 Tibetans were detained. These Tibetans were imprisoned for more two weeks by the Chinese police between November and December.

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Tibetan Woman Wins 3 Awards At International Film Festival

A Tibetan woman film maker has won three awards at an international film festival recently. The Tibetan film maker was awarded the prestigious 2019 Eva Haller Women Transforming Media (WTM) Award in the student division at My Hero International Film Festival (MHIFF) along with two other awards for her movie.

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Kashag Expresses Regret for Unruly Ousting Penpa Tsering

The Cabinet or Kashag of Central Tibetan Administration led by President Dr. Lobsang Sangay has expressed their regret for unruly ousting of Penpa Tsering. Following the verdict of Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission (TSJC), the cabinet published an announcement on Friday, as per the directions of the exile court.

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Tibetans have Power of Truth to Win Over China: Dalai Lama

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama told that Tibetans have the power of truth while Chinese have power of guns. During the press briefing at the Mahabodhi Temple in Bodhgaya, His Holiness said that the power of truth will triumph over the power of guns for the Tibetans in the long run.

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