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China imposes new measures to control monasteries in Tibet

Dharamshala: - Emerging reports from Tibet state that the Chinese government has started introducing new repressive measures ever since late 2011 in order to directly control and manage Buddhist institutions in Tibet.

 
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Tibetan monk disappears after emailing protest writings

Dharamshala: - A Tibetan monk has disappeared after sending emails to the mobile phones of Chinese cadres stationed at Tsenden Monastery in Sog (Ch: Suo) County in Nagchu (Ch: Naqu) Prefecture, in the Kham region of eastern Tibet. The email contained some of his writings which criticized Chinese rule.

Last Updated on Saturday, 17 May 2014 00:05
 
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China vows to further cut off Tibet from rest of the world

Dharamshala: – Despite strong condemnation by the international community, including worldwide rights group, the Chinese communist regime in Tibet is imposing further controls on internet use and electronic publishing, in an effort to to crack down even harder on Tibetan writers, artists, intellectuals, and cultural advocates who criticized Chinese government failed policies.

 
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Another Tibetan man stabs self against China, hospitalised

Dharamshala, 9 May 2014: - Sources from Tibet said, 'after yesterdays stabbing the protest regarding mining near Kham region of Eastern Tibet has turned very serious in Tongbar.' As another Tibetan man around 34 years old is hospitalised after stabbing himself in protest and remains in a critical condition.

 
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Tibetan youth stabs self to death in mining protest

Dharamshala: - Reports coming out of Tibet say, a 39 -year-old Tibetan man stabbed himself to death in Dzogang, Chamdo county, eastern Tibet when the Chinese authorities refused to cancel mining project in the region.

Last Updated on Friday, 09 May 2014 15:27
 
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China shuts down school, Tibetan teacher jailed for 13 years

Dharamshala: - Sources coming out of Tibet say, a private Tibetan school named Chentsa County Branch of Polytechnic school in Malho in Amdho region of north-eastern Tibet was forced to close down and a teacher sentenced to 13 years imprisonment last year.

Last Updated on Friday, 09 May 2014 10:10
 

His Holiness The Dalai Lama returns to Dharamshala

His Holiness The Dalai Lama returns to Dharamshala

Dharamshala:- The spiritual leader of Ti...

Exiled delegation calls on Indian MPs to support Tibet cause

Exiled delegation calls on Indian MPs to support Tibet cause

New Delhi: - As the newly elected member...

Tibetan women's group organized a series of actions in Ladakh

Tibetan women's group organized a series of actions in Ladakh

Leh, Ladakh: - The Tibetan Women's Assoc...

Tibetans urge BRICS leaders to address the Tibet's grievances

Tibetans urge  BRICS leaders to address the Tibet's grievances

Dharamshala: - Tibetan NGOs in exile urg...

Allow fact-finding mission to Tibet: Tibetan Parliament to China

Allow fact-finding mission to Tibet: Tibetan Parliament to China

Dharamshala: - The Dharamshala, India ba...

Tibetan admin. dedicates 2014 as Year of HH the Great 14th Dalai Lama

Tibetan admin. dedicates 2014 as Year of HH the Great 14th Dalai Lama

Dharamshala: - As the Central Tibetan Ad...

Tibetan NGO observes Int'l Day in support of Victims of Torture

Tibetan NGO observes Int'l Day in support of Victims of Torture

Dharamshala, 26 June 2014: - The Tibetan...

Indo-Tibetan event held to foster friendship and awareness on Tibet

Indo-Tibetan event held to foster friendship and awareness on Tibet

Dharamshala: The Himalayan Parivar, a Ti...

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