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14 august 2012 004

South India leg of Flame of Truth relay in Mangalore city

Mangalore, August 14: After the successful completion of Flame of Truth relay in Mysore city, two members of Regional Tibetan Youth Congress (RTYC) Mr. Duldul Dorjee & Mr. Tenzin Dawa escorted torch to Mangalore city and handed over to executive members of Regional Tibetan Youth Congress (RTYC), Mangalore on August 12 morning.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 August 2012 18:30

Exile Tibet Youth Group To Launch A Major Hunger Strike

Dharamshala: - Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) resolved Sunday, August 12, 2012 to launch a major hunger strike in New Delhi to stand in solidarity with Tibetan brethren in Tibet to amplify the voices of the unprecedented number of self-immolations in Tibet.

South India Leg of Flame of Truth for Tibet Reaches Kollegal

Kollegal: - The "Flame of Truth" torch relay for Tibet, which was launched from Kochi of Kerala made its journey to Tibetan settlements in Karnataka State including Hunsur Rabgyeling and reached the Kollegal Tibetan settlement on August 3, 2012.

Flame of Truth Torch Relay Concludes In Hunsur, South India

Hunsur, Mysore, August 03, 2102: On 31st July, Flame of Truth relay began its journey from Rabgyaling Tibetan settlement to nearby HD Kote town and Naganahalli village. The relay was led Mrs. Tsering Youdon, Member of Tibetan Parliament-in-exile and local leaders of Tibetan NGOs.

2 august 2012 001

His Eminence Gyaltsab Rinpoche Will Give Tantric Empowerments In Sikkim

Dharamshala: -- On the 20th September of this year, 2012, His Eminence the 12th Goshri Gyaltsab Rinpoche will grant a complete transmission of empowerment-Kagyu Ngagzod Chenmo kawang-at Palchen Chosling Monastery, Ralang, South Sikkim, India.

Last Updated on Friday, 03 August 2012 12:45
11 july 2012 002

South India leg of “Flame of Truth” relay Reaches Pondicherry

Chennai: The "Flame of Truth" relay, which was launched from Kochi made its journey to Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu and reached the city on the morning of 7th July. At the beginning Mr. Karma Yeshi, Member of Tibetan Parliament-in-exile, who accompanied the torch, addressed the media in attendance. He elucidated about the campaign in English while a local woman of Tibetan origin, translated the same, in Tamil.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 July 2012 17:13

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