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Two killed in Tibet, dozens arrested and tortured by Chinese police

Dharamshala: -- After Chinese police opening fire on crowd of Tibetan protesters in Sershul county, eastern Tibet, a latest source says at-least two people have died, 25 others were detained and a number of those wounded suffer without having a proper medical treatment.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 August 2014 20:31
 
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A list of 45 prisoners smuggled out of Tibet: exiled rights group

Dharamshala: - Releasing a list of 45 Tibetan political prisoners as latest evidence of the repression carried out in Tibet, the exiled Tibetan human rights organization said Chinese authorities have imposed harsh measures on Tibetans during and after the 2008 peaceful uprising.

Last Updated on Monday, 18 August 2014 18:12
 
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Chinese police open fire on crowd of protesters in Tibet

Dharamshala: - Sources coming out Tibet say at least ten Tibetans were seriously injured when Chinese paramilitary police opened fire on crowds of Tibetan protesters in Sershul county in eastern Tibet calling for the release of their respected leader.

Last Updated on Thursday, 14 August 2014 17:43
 

China sentences eight men in Tibet over a petrol bomb blast

Dharamshala: - Emerging reports coming out of Tibet say eight Tibetans have been sentenced to up to 9 years in prison for their alleged links to a young man who allegedly set off a petrol bomb at a Chinese police building in Dege County, eastern Tibet in 2012.

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 August 2014 09:41
 
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China jails six Tibetans over mining protest in Phenpo, Tibet

Dharamshala: - Sources coming out of Tibet say Chinese authorities in Phenpo county in central Tibet have handed jail terms of up to 12 years to six Tibetans for protesting against a mining operation.

Last Updated on Monday, 04 August 2014 19:36
 
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Further restriction imposed on Tibetans' movement in Driru, Tibet

Dharamshala: - The current situation in Driru County, Kham Region of eastern Tibet is becoming increasingly more tense, sources said, adding under Chinese occupation, denial of freedom of opinion, expression and information, human rights abuses, religious repression and environmental destruction are everyday occurrences in Tibet, including Driru County.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 August 2014 11:30
 

India urged to raise the crucial issue of Tibet with China

India urged to raise the crucial issue of Tibet with China

Dharamshala: - On the eve of Chinese Pre...

Tibetan and Indian activists protest ahead of Xi Jinping’s Visit

Tibetan and Indian activists protest ahead of Xi Jinping’s Visit

September 15, New Delhi: - Tibetan and I...

Democratic party urges India to raise Tibet issue with China

Democratic party urges India to raise Tibet issue with China

Dharamshala, September 13: - Based in Dh...

Tibetan parliament appoints Kargyu Dhondup as new chief of Judiciary

Tibetan parliament appoints Kargyu Dhondup as new chief of Judiciary

Dharamshala: - Kargyu Dhondup, the Audit...

TWA remembers the women martyrs on its 30th reestablishment anniv.

TWA remembers the women martyrs on its 30th reestablishment anniv.

Dharamshala: - Celebrateding its 30th ye...

Tibet democratic party marks founding day, counts its achievements

Tibet democratic party marks founding day, counts its achievements

Dharamshala: - The National Democratic P...

House Speaker praises Tibet leader for his cmit. to democracy

House Speaker praises Tibet leader for his cmit. to democracy

Dharamsahala: - Speaking at a ceremony m...

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