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Despite wide criticism, hundreds more expelled from Larung Gar, Tibet

Dharamshala — As official demolition of Larung Gar Buddhist Academy in Serta County in eastern Tibet continues, Chinese authorities have unlawfully expelled hundreds more monks and nuns from the Larung Gar Buddhist Academy, leaving many of those left behind fainting and in tears over the forced patriotic reeducation in Tibet.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 January 2017 18:04
 
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Tibetan teen detained, beaten after peaceful protest in Tibet

Dharamshala — Chinese police in Sichuan’s Ngaba county have allegedly detained and beaten a young Tibetan last week after he conducted a solo protest calling for Tibetan freedom in the eighth such protest reported in the county so far this year, sources said.

Last Updated on Monday, 26 December 2016 14:22
 
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Climate change likely caused deadly 2016 avalanches in Tibet: Report

Dharamshala — A deadly avalanche that dumped 70 million tons of ice into a valley below the mountains of western Tibet this summer was likely the result of climate change, researchers warn.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 December 2016 13:49
 
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China forces Tibet's Larung Gar students to pass political exam

Dharamshala  — Chinese authorities in the southwestern province of Sichuan, Northeastern Tibet, have apparently tightened restrictions on anyone planning to study at the Larung Gar Buddhist Academy, allegedly forcing any potential students to first pass a 'political examination' administered by the police.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 December 2016 12:56
 
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Tibetan self-immolator calls for freedom in Tibet, democracy in China

Dharamshala — Tibetan father of three Tashi Rabten, who set himself alight on Thursday in Machu County, north-eastern Tibet, died on the same day, left a letter behind which explains his actions.

Last Updated on Friday, 16 December 2016 16:04
 
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Tibetan father of three died after setting himself on fire in Tibet

Dharamshala — Sources from Tibet confirmed that a Tibetan father of three, named Tashi Rabten died after setting himself on fire, saying he called for the return of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the release of Panchen Gendün Chökyi Nyima, as he set himself on fire.

Last Updated on Sunday, 11 December 2016 11:14
 

Tibetan Women's Assoc. commemorates 33rd anniversary in Delhi

 Tibetan Women's Assoc. commemorates  33rd anniversary in Delhi

New Delhi — The regional Tibetan Women's...

Kashag on D-Day: Tibet invasion was Illegal, but seeks autonomy

Kashag on D-Day: Tibet invasion was Illegal, but seeks autonomy

Dharamshala — Officiating President and ...

People in Tibet totally void of democratic rights: Parliament statement

People in Tibet totally void of democratic rights: Parliament statement

Dharamshala — Commemorating the 57th ann...

Arunachal Pradesh enacts Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy act

Arunachal Pradesh enacts Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy act

Dharamshala — The state of Arunachal Pra...

New York Tibetan girl wins Miss Tibet North America-2017

New York Tibetan girl wins Miss Tibet North America-2017

New York — A young girl from New York, T...

Youth Congress to focus political campaigns on Tibet's Independence

Youth Congress to focus political campaigns on Tibet's Independence

Bengaluru, India —The five-day meeting o...

15 Tibetan cooperatives' conference in Mundgod lauds achievements

15 Tibetan cooperatives' conference in Mundgod lauds achievements

Mundgod — Over 60 Tibetan co-operators i...

Rangzen Conference pledges to reinforce Tibet's Independence struggle

Rangzen Conference pledges to reinforce Tibet's Independence struggle

Paris — The three-day "fourth Internatio...

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