Rupees 36 Lac Relieve Fund Distributed to 16 Tibetan Families

A relief fund amounting to the sum of rupees 36 lakhs has been distributed to 16 Tibetan families from Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh. The amount has equally distributed to the families who suffered a fire tragedy during a local political issue in the capital city of Arunachal Pradesh. These funds have been secured by Department of Home, Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamshala.

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American Delegation Assures Complete Support to Tibetans

A bipartisan Congressional delegation from the United States of America has come to the heart of the exile Tibetan community in India and assured their complete support to the Tibetans. The delegation arrived in Dharamshala on a two day visit to the far remote part of India and engaged with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Central Tibetan Administration.

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Tibetan Homes School Wins Regional Football Tournament

The Tibetan Homes School Mussoorie has lifted a prestigious regional football tournament in Dehradun. One of the first Tibetan schools set up in exile has come out victorious in a 10 school teams football tournament in Dehradun region according to the report in the local news agencies on Thursday.

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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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UK Parliament Introduced With Tibet Access Bill Similar to That Passed by US

The United Kingdom’s House of Commons was introduced with a Reciprocal Access to Tibet bill similar to that passed by the United States last year. A British lawmaker submitted the bill to the lower house of the UK Parliament this week demanding UK to ban Chinese officials who are responsible for blocking UK nationals access to Tibet.

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Tibetan Youth On Way to Become a US Diplomat Awarded the Oldest Fellowship

A young Tibetan student has been awarded with one of the oldest fellowships in the United States according to the news release published by his college. With the award, the Tibetan youth is entitle to a fellowship worth $8,500 which will help the young student who will be pursuing a graduate program in one of the top universities in the US.

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Majnu Ka Tilla Tibetans Shut Businesses for A Day in Solidarity With Sheila Dikshit’s Demise

The former Chief minister of Delhi, Sheila Dikshit has passed away on Saturday after suffering a cardiac arrest. Among the pouring numbers of solidarity condoles, Tibetans right from His Holiness the Dalai Lama expressed their sadness and condolences to her family members. The Tibetan colony in Delhi’s Majnu Ka Tilla closed down on Sunday to express their solidarity.

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Tenzin Seldon Awarded United Nations Innovative Disruptor Award

The young Tibetan entrepreneur based in the United States has been awarded with the prestigious United Nations Innovative Disruptor Award on Saturday. Tenzin Seldon was recognized for her social entrepreneurship program that helps immigrants with their livelihood and development in the US with this prestigious award at a ceremony in New York.

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Tibetan Tops M.Com Degree Exam, Awarded Gold Medal

A Tibetan girl has yet again out shined in one of the most prominent universities in India. Young Tibetan girl has topped the Master in Commerce (M.Com) exam and she has been awarded the gold medal for the outstanding result. She is one of the few Tibetan students who have been able to bring such significant results among other students in India.

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Dalai Lama Encourages Young Tibetans to Work in Their Community

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama has encouraged young Tibetans to contribute in their community. While affirming that the Tibetan spirit a thrived over the years, the spiritual leader advised a group of young Tibetans to work in their community. A small video clip of the advise from His Holiness is going viral on social medias.

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