Tibet will be Free, Dalai Lama will Return to Potala Palace: RSS Leader

A top Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader in at a national conference on Tibet in New Delhi has warned that China’s hooliganism will not last and Tibet will be free and the Dalai Lama will return to Potala palace! The RSS leader along with the president of Central Tibetan Administration were present at the national level conference held last week.

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United States Reassures Support to Meaningful Autonomy for Tibetans

A senior official of the government of United States has reassured their support to autonomy for Tibetans during a recent legal proceeding. The assistant secretary of the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, testified at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tibet, conducted this week and asserted their commitment to support Tibetans.

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Tribals Demand Cancellation of Land Lease for Tibetan Refugees

Tribals from a group of villages in Gajapati district of Odhisha has made a demand for cancellation of the land lease for the Tibetan refugees in the district. The Tibetan refugee settlement was setup in the district in the 1960s with the generous help from the government of India. The settlement is legally bound by a land lease agreement with the government.

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US Lawmakers to Counter Chinese Interference in Dalai Lama’s Successor

With growing Chinese interference in the crucial issue of the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s reincarnation, US lawmakers are planning to counter the interference by promoting a bill on the issue. According to the sources, a bi-partisan group of US lawmakers are promoting a new bill to increase support to Tibetans.

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China Warns 8 Years Imprisonment for Tibetans Sharing Hong Kong News

The Chinese authorities in Tibet have published instructions on their state run news website not to share illegal content on their micro messaging app, WeChat. According to the instruction published weeks ago, Tibetan nationals have been warned of punishment up to 8 years imprisonment for share news related to Hong Kong on WeChat.

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Nepal Arrests 6 Tibetans and Hands Over To Chinese Police

The Nepal police has reportedly arrested six Tibetans escaping from Tibet and handed them over to the Chinese border police in Tibet. Six Tibetans escaping from China controlled Tibet has been arrested by the Nepalese police and they have been mercilessly handover to the Chinese police according to witnesses.

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Tibetan Woman Wins Prestigious Skoll Scholarship for Oxford University

A Tibetan woman has been awarded with the prestigious Skoll Scholarship to study entrepreneurship at the Oxford University. The Tibetan woman originally from a remote Tibetan refugee camp in Nepal is among the five cohorts of the fully paid tuition scholarship at the Oxford University from across the world for the batch of 2019 to 2020.

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Tibetan Buddhist Teacher Sogyal Rinpoche Dies in Hospital

One of the most well known as well as controversial Tibetan Buddhist teacher, Sogyal Rinpoche has passed away while at a hospital in Thailand on Wednesday. The Buddhist teacher was 72 years old and he was battling with complications arising from cancer at the hospital and he succumbed to deteriorating health yesterday.

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Tibetan Girl Awarded Best Out Going Student by Christ University

A Tibetan girl has been awarded with the ‘Best Out Going Student’ honor for the year of 2019 by the Christ University in Bangalore, South India. The Tibetan girl was awarded the best out going student from academic field among the students of graduating batch for the year according to the announcement made by Department of Education, CTA.

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Former Madhya Pradesh CM Visits CTA, Applauds Dalai Lama’s Teachings

The former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has visited the seat of Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamshala on Tuesday, applauded His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s teachings. The former CM and one of top BJP politicians have met with the President Dr. Lobsang Sangay and Speaker of Tibetan Parliament in Exile, Mr. Pema Jugney.

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