Dharamshala, India — “From now on, the cause of Tibet will be one of the main objectives of Salute Tiranga”, said Shri Rajesh Jha, National President of Salute Tiranga at the 72nd Pre-Republic Day Celebration held at Hotel Tibet in McLeod Ganj on January, 22, 2021. This event was organized with a collaborative effort of Salute Tiranga and Dharamshala Tibetan Settlement.
Dharamshala, India – The Indo-Tibetan Friendship Association (ITFA) of Dharamshala organised a felicitation ceremony in recognition of the Tibetan Policy and Support Act 2020 (TPSA). “I appeal to Indian government to throw some light on Tibet Act, following the steps of the US” said Shri Ajit Nehria, president of Indo-Tibetan Friendship Association (ITFA) at the felicitation ceremony.
Dharamshala, India — Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) held a ceremony in Dharamshala to show gratitude to the US government for signing Tibetan Policy and Support Act 2020 (TPSA) into law. The ceremony takes place on January 8, 2021. “The Tibetan Policy and Support Act of 2020 is a tribute to the great legacy of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and to the courage and solidarity of six million Tibetans outside and inside Tibet,” remarked Dr Lobsang Sangay, president of CTA in presence of officials and media persons.
Dharamshala, India — A felicitation ceremony organized by the Indo-Tibetan Friendship Association (ITFA) in Dharamshala. This ceremony was organized in recognition of the Tibetan Policy and Support Act 2020 (TPSA) which was passed by the US Senate and later signed by President Donald Trump into law.
Dharamshala, India — “This ACT officially endorses that recognition of the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama is the sole authority of the great XIV Dalai Lama, Tibetan Buddhist leaders and Tibetan people with no interference from the Chinese Government,” declared Pema Jungney, while expressing his gratitude to US president Donald Trump for signing the Tibetan Policy and Support Act 2020 (TPSA) into a law on December 27, 2020.
Dharamshala, India— “The government of China has failed to show any positive record of having respect for human rights of the peoples under its rule. China remains in continued implementation of a policy of trampling on human rights that is marked by extreme brutality and the absence of any sense of conscience or remorse both within China itself and particularly in the ethnic minority populated territories such as Tibet”, stated the statement of Tibetan Parliament-in-exile (TPiE) as delivered by Speaker Pema Jungney.