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Tibetan man sets himself on fire in in Kham Tawu, Tibet

Dharamshala: — A Tibetan man set himself on fire on 15 April in Tawu county in Kham region of eastern Tibet to protest against Chinese oppression.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 April 2014 22:18
 
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Tibetan youth detained in protest calling His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Dharamshala: - Chinese authorities April 8 detained a young Tibetan man after marching alone along a street in Dege County, eastern Tibet, scattering paper flyers and shouting slogans calling the Long Life of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Last Updated on Monday, 14 April 2014 17:22
 
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China tortured Tibetan prisoner with pain-inducing injections

Dharamshala: - The Dharamshala, India based Tibetan rights group says the Chinese police and prison authorities brutally tortured a Tibetan political prisoner in detention, using pain-inducing injections.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 April 2014 15:39
 

China says planning policy will safeguard Tibetan language

Dharamshala: Officials of the Chinese government in Tibet autonomous region said that they are working on passing a more sweeping regulation this year to preserve and promote the Tibetan language - amid concerns Tibet's cultural heritage is disappearing from the repressive policies.

Last Updated on Saturday, 12 April 2014 16:03
 
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Tibetan writer Shogdril sentenced to 13-years' jail term

Dharamshala: - Tibetan writer detained last year on suspicion of involvement in activities challenging Chinese rule have been handed long term in jail, with his families only recently learning of his fate, according to sources coming out of Tibet.

Last Updated on Monday, 07 April 2014 18:10
 
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Two officials handed 10-year term over protests in Driru, Tibet

Dharamshala: - Chinese authorities have sentenced in secret two Tibetan village leaders to 10 years in prison in the restive Diru (Ch; Biru) County in Nagchu (Ch: Naqu) Prefecture, Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), in the Tibetan province of Kham.

 
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Top govt. bodies in Tibet always held by Chinese: Sikyong

Top govt. bodies in Tibet always held by Chinese: Sikyong

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12 Years Too Many: Release jailed Tibetan monk: Rights group

 12 Years Too Many: Release jailed Tibetan monk: Rights group

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Tibet Museum opens Self-Immolation Exhibit

Tibet Museum opens Self-Immolation Exhibit

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Sikyong of Tibet opens Meeting of Tibetan Chamber of Commerce

Sikyong of Tibet opens Meeting of Tibetan Chamber of Commerce

Dharamshala: - The Sikyong on Wednesday ...

Tibetans in Nepal increasingly repressed after pressure from China

Tibetans in Nepal increasingly repressed after pressure from China

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Sikyong of Tibet sends condolences to family of Phunwang

Sikyong of Tibet sends condolences to family of Phunwang

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Twenty-six Tibetans became part of Calgary's energy

Twenty-six Tibetans became part of Calgary's energy

Victoria, Canada: – Twenty-six Tibetans ...

Tibetan flag flew at the gates of a Belgian school

Tibetan flag flew at the gates of a Belgian school

Brussels: - 21st March 2014, Rewa starte...

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