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Everyday is Human Rights Day: A new hope for Tibetans in Tibet?

Dharamshala: - International Human Rights Day passed few days ago with a very meaningful message of the United Nations for the whole world, whole year, and specially for those who never had the opportunity to enjoy the real human rights. This year's official slogan is "Human Rights 365," which underscores the new idea with new hopes that every day is a human rights day.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 December 2014 16:13
 
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Man of Peace: His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet

Dharamshala: - On December 10, Tibetans and supporters all over the world will mark the 25th anniversary of the day the spiritual leader of Tibet His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his commitment to world peace, justice and freedom and his consistent resistance to the use of violence in his people's struggle to regain their liberty.

Last Updated on Friday, 05 December 2014 15:58
 

Expanding the "Severe Punishments" in Tibet is a China's style

Dharamshala: - Chen Quanguo, the so called Chinese party chief in Tibet, recently described a 'new measure' that would make a big difference to Tibet and its people. In reality, the measure will only expand crime and severe punishment in Tibet.

Last Updated on Monday, 17 November 2014 19:03
 
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A long struggle for freedom of Tibet: We must remember the martyrs

Dharamshala: - The military-dominated regime of China has, for decades, occupied and oppressed Tibetans and its own people. Major cities and counties of Tibet, east to central Tibet has become more like prisons. China's iron-fisted policy has turned Tibet into a virtual fortress.

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 October 2014 15:34
 
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Tibet seeks the moral stand for freedom of the world and democracy

Dharamshala: - Freedom of expression and transparency are essential parts of a healthy democracy. In China and Tibet people cannot exercise their right to vote effectively or take part in public decision-making if they do not have free access to information and ideas and are not able to express their views freely.

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 October 2014 17:31
 
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Effects of colonialism and dictatorism on Tibet's past and present

Dharamshala: - The challenge of Human Rights campaigners around the world is to reflect on the commitments of past generations who worked so hard and sacrificed everything to bring Democracy, freedom and human values to the people of today.

Last Updated on Thursday, 02 October 2014 15:31
 
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Karmapa inaugurates Medical Camp for animals in Bodhgaya

Karmapa inaugurates Medical Camp for animals in Bodhgaya

Bodhgaya, 22 January, 2014: - The 17th Gyalwa...

Tibet advocates deliver petition to W.H.O. Office

Tibet advocates deliver petition to W.H.O. Office

Washington DC – Tibetan activists submitted a...

Spirit and culture of Tibetans will survive: A tourist's impression of Tibet

Spirit and culture of Tibetans will survive: A tourist's impression of Tibet

Dharamshala:- Our decision to take the contro...

A tale of a Tibetan Prisoner and the burden of fighting for freedom

A tale of a Tibetan Prisoner and the burden of fighting for freedom

Dharamshala: - Tens of thousands of people st...

Tales of domestic and exile sadness at DIFF

Tales of domestic and exile sadness at DIFF

Dharamshala:- The second day of the Dharamsha...

China lags far behind the Western world" says Chinese writer

China lags far behind the Western world

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

Tibet rights group releases memoir of ex-political prisoner

Tibet rights group releases memoir of ex-political prisoner

Dharamshala: - The exiled Tibetan human right...

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