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Why freedom of speech matters: The silenced struggle in Tibet

Dharamshala: - Despite strong international criticism for the lack of press freedom and freedom of speech, including Internet access, in Chinese-occupied Tibet, Chinese officials have claimed that the Himalayan region has "2.03 million at the end of 2013," according to a recent report by state controlled media 'Xinhua'.

Last Updated on Thursday, 03 April 2014 17:49
 
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Chinese colonialism in Tibet causes cultural identity crisis

Dharamshala: - Many argue that there are two important reasons for China to invade Tibet: The first being the ability to access the vast amount of natural resources from the Himalayan region. The second is to have a buffer of land separating China from every possible threat.

Last Updated on Monday, 17 March 2014 12:28
 
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A half century of blood and tears: Tibet still suffers under Occupation

Dharamshala: The 20th century has been marked by unprecedented levels of violence and bloodshed committed in the course of religious and cultural persecution, ethnic conflict, totalitarianism, war, and genocide.

 
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UK Tibet conference points to a Tibetan academic renaissance

London: - "Younger generation are the future, we can achieve change, not through meditation but education"

 
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Tibet remembers 25th anniv. of 10th Panchen Lama’s Death

Dharamshala: - As a result of China's systematic discrimination, occupation, and colonization, the Tibetan people have faced increased violations of – inter alia – their right to life, their right to housing and property, their right to be to be free from torture or cruel and inhumane punishment or treatment, their right to free movement, their right to return, and their right to an effective judicial remedy.

Last Updated on Monday, 03 February 2014 13:33
 
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Modernising Tibet just a mouthpieces for China?

Dharamshala: - Modernising Tibet just a mouthpieces for China? Dharamshala: The one-sided policies by China have robbed the Tibetans of their basis for cultural identity; causing the loss of their language in their homeland and commerce in dealings with communist authority, their culture, and now they're facing a natural resource genocide.

 
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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...

New Oral history of Tibetan elders from South India

New Oral history of Tibetan elders from South India

Dharamshala: - February 3, 2014 - The Tibet O...

Exiled Tibetan women's symposium held in New Delhi

Exiled Tibetan women's symposium held in New Delhi

New Delhi, February 4, 2014: The two-day symp...

Kicking Boundaries: Unexplored side of the Tibetan youth

Kicking Boundaries: Unexplored side of the Tibetan youth

New Delhi: - Today Tibet is mostly known to t...

Tibetan Singer releases new music video: Snow Lion of Peace

Tibetan Singer releases new music video: Snow Lion of Peace

Dharamsala, 22, Jan 2014: Tibetan singer and ...

Home Minister Gyari Dolma unveils FTCI’s TIBET eshop

Home Minister Gyari Dolma unveils FTCI’s TIBET eshop

Dharamshala 25 October 2013: - FTCI launched ...

Landslide in Gyama Mine, Tibet: natural or man-made?

Landslide in Gyama Mine, Tibet: natural or man-made?

Dharamshala: - The tragic incident of landsli...

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