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Dharamshala: Voice of Tibet (VOT) radio news service, based in Dharamshala, India and Oslo, Norway (www.vot.org) has started a service which enables their listeners to convey their messages of support and solidarity to the people of Yushu (Kyigudo) county, which was rocked by a massive earthquake on April 14, 2010.

"We want to basically give a platform for Tibetans and other sympathizers to convey their messages to the victims of the earthquake, rescue workers and aid agencies. With the facility at our disposal this is a small gesture on our part," says Karma Yeshi, Editor-in-Chief of VOT.

To send your message call VOT at +91 1892 222384 (India) or +47 22 11 12 09 (Norway) or e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Emailed messages in English will be translated for broadcast in Tibetan language. The program will also be made available on the Internet at www.vot.org (Tibetan) and www.vot.org/index_simp.html (Chinese language). The call-in service will be operative from Monday 19 April morning onwards during office hours (09.00 to 17.00 hours India time).

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