Dharamshala: At a press conference held in Mcleod Ganj today, the four contestants chosen to compete for the title of Miss Tibet 2010 presented themselves officially for the first time in Dharamshala. The contestants were picked during preliminary stages in Chandigarh last Saturday.

Dharamshala: Tibetan Government in-exile on Friday condemned the Chinese government's decision of death sentence to one Tibetan and long prison terms to five others, an official statement said. This follows a statement of the Tibetan Parliament in-exile, on Thursday said it "strongly condemns the inhumane approach towards people who dare to express themselves either individually as writers or together in a peaceful mass demonstration".

Dharamshala:Tibetan writer Tagyal Shokdung by Chinese Government. His book was reprinted by some young Tibetans and it was formally published by  Gyalnor Tsawang, Dharamshala: a member of Assembly of Tibetan People's Deputy (ATPD),the book titled "nam sa go chey" was launched at the Songsten Higher Secondary School in Kathmandu, in the presence of two other members of ATPD, Sponsors, RTYC, TWA and an audience of about a hundred people.

Daharamshala: The Mcleod Ganj bus stand formed the meeting point for hundreds of people taking part in a candle-light vigil on the 15th anniversary of the Panchen Lama's abduction by the People's Republic of China (PRC). Tibetan residents, monks and foreign tourists gathered at 6.30pm to start the procession which circled the centre of town before continuing to the Namgyal Monastery, then the main Tibetan temple of Dharamshala.

Dharamshala: Regional Tibetan Youth Congress of Dharamshala today remembers the 15-year anniversary of the abduction and imprisonment of the 11th Panchen Lama Gendun Choekyi Nyima by the People's Republic of China (PRC). Approximately 100 people gathered at the main temple for the anniversary.