Tibet: News Exile


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Using the label ‘Muslim Terrorist’ is a mistake: Tibetan spiritual leader

Dharamshala — His Holiness the Dalai Lama left for Id-gah, Ladakh, shortly after the inauguration of Dudjon Nunnery on July 26th. Id-gah is an open-air enclosure reserved for offering Ramzan prayers, where he was the guest of the Sunni and Shia Muslim communities .

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Tibetan martyr's father speaks out about his son's self-immolation

Dharamshala — Tibetans paid their final respects to Tenzin Choeying, the young martyr who self-immolated protesting Chinese occupation of Tibet on July 14th as his remains were cremated yesterday, before which TPI had an exclusive interview with Choeying's father.

Last Updated on Friday, 28 July 2017 12:24
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Tibetans pay respect to young martyr's body in Dharamshala

Dharamshala — Tibetans in Dharamshala braved the monsoon rain this morning to pay respect to martyred youth Tenzin Choeying's body, a 19 year old who set himself on fire protesting Chinese occupation of Tibet on July 14th.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 July 2017 14:21
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Tibetans remember Dungkar Rinpoche on 20th anniversary of death

Dharamsala — Staff and students of Sarah College of Higher Tibetan Studies gathered on Saturday, July 22nd, to celebrate the 20th death anniversary of Rinpoche Dungkar Lobsang Thinley, who worked tirelessly throughout his life in different parts of the world to preserve and promote the culture of Tibet.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 July 2017 14:32

Youth who lit himself on fire protesting China's occupation of Tibet dies

New Delhi – A Tibetan youth born in India has died nine days after setting himself on fire to protest against China's illegal occupation of Tibet and Chinese ferocious policies towards Tibetan people.

Last Updated on Friday, 28 July 2017 12:22
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Tibetan admin releases new video highlighting Tibet's Larung Gar nuns

Dharamshala — Marking the first anniversary since the destruction of Larung gar Monastery began, the Tibetan government in exile released a two minute video called, Prayers to Chinese Pop: The Story of Larung Gar Nuns, which highlights the continued, and mostly overlooked, expulsion and suffering of the nuns of Larung Gar.

Last Updated on Friday, 21 July 2017 17:56