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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
 
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Portrait of Tibet's spiritual leader displays at summer festivals

Dharamshala: - Sources coming out of Tibet say His Holiness the Dalai Lama's 79th birthday was celebrated in different parts of Tibet despite heavy restrictions imposed by the Chinese government, including a ban on cultural festivals and an intensified deployment of armed Chinese troops in the region.

Last Updated on Thursday, 31 July 2014 15:16
 
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Chinese railway line threatens Tibet's cultural identity

Dharamshala: - The Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) expressed concerns on Thursday about the Chinese government’s plans to extend a railway line linking Tibet and the rest of the country to the borders of India, Nepal and Bhutan by 2020. There is speculation that the rail line will threaten the unique cultural identity of Tibetan people.

Last Updated on Monday, 28 July 2014 23:01
 

China again vows to crackdown on Tibetans in Tibet

Dharamshala: - Further tightening of the restrictions in Tibet to maintain social stability, the Chinese totalitarian regime has again vowed this week to severely crackdown on Tibetans who oppose its repressive policies toward Tibet's culture and religion.

Last Updated on Thursday, 24 July 2014 14:53
 

"Divisive acts" caused the internal crisis: Tibet's largest NGO

Dharamshala: - India based Tibetan Youth...

Candlelight vigil and rally held for Tibet shooting victims

Candlelight vigil and rally held for Tibet shooting victims

Dharamshala: - Candlelight vigil and ral...

Tibetans and supporters celebrate 68th Independent Day of India

Tibetans and supporters celebrate 68th Independent Day of India

Dharamshala: - Tibetans, Indians and Tib...

TYC 45th Working Committee Meeting kicks off in Gangtok

TYC 45th Working Committee Meeting kicks off in Gangtok

Gangtok: - Over a hundred participants f...

France Tibet community adopts Tibetan settlement in Ladakh

France Tibet community adopts Tibetan settlement in Ladakh

Dharamshala: - The French Tibetan Associ...

Tibetan speaker calls for more efforts to empower women

Tibetan speaker calls for more efforts to empower women

Dharamsala, August 4, 2014: - Maintainin...

Sikyong urges Tibetan civil servants to improve language skills

Sikyong urges Tibetan civil servants to improve language skills

Dharamshala: -On 2 August 2014, around 3...

Exiled Tibetan community commemorates World Hepatitis Day

Exiled Tibetan community commemorates World Hepatitis Day

Dharamshala, 31 July, 2014: - Viral Hepa...

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