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Cruel joke: China's totalitarian regime praises its human rights record

Dharamshala — International community is shocked by the Chinese government's praise of its own human rights performance last year in a white paper published recently, despite the fact that the regime continues to have one of the worst human rights records in the world.

 
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World must pressure China on human rights violations in Tibet

Dharamshala — As a Tibetan, we are inspired by every event of the non-violent struggle for peace and justice. The will of Tibetan people to stand up for freedom and democracy has inspired the rest of the world.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 June 2015 00:03
 
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Genocide in the 20th Century: Massacres in Tibet: 1966-76

Dharamshala — Anyone who regularly observes the topsy-turvy world of Chinese politics and policies in Tibet understands that the past, even the remote past, can exert a grief impact on the present and future.

Last Updated on Friday, 08 May 2015 21:56
 

Reporters Without Borders’ 30 years of struggle for press freedom

Dharamshala — Through Reporters Without Borders (RWB) during the past three decades, thousands of people around the world have dedicated their lives to the struggle for freedom, justice and equality and have served the world diligently since 1985. RWB, known as a great "Mediawatchdog," maintaining a strong voice for justice of expression, came into existence exactly 37 years after the declaration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 April 2015 18:07
 
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Is China wittingly replacing temples in Tibet with propaganda centers?

Dharamshala— China's tough new policy of abusing Tibetan people is sowing doubts and confusion in Tibet, where the authorities are trying to replace Buddhist temples and monasteries in Tibet with propaganda centers for the ruling Communist Party.

Last Updated on Monday, 20 April 2015 16:21
 
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Tibet and the global economy: is today’s China poisoning the West?

Dharamshala — The democratic ideals of freedom and liberty that the world enjoy today were won through a decades-long struggle. However, despite the values of respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and human rights.

 
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Dharamshala — On the occasion of World Health...

China lags far behind the Western world" says Chinese writer

China lags far behind the Western world

Dharamshala: - "China lags far behind the Wes...

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