Dharamshala: A source from Tibet said, three Tibetans from Dege Jodha county, eastern Tibet have been sentenced for two year term each on 4 August by a local Chinese court in Karze , but the Chinese authorities "did not announce about what was the reason for their sentences".

Dharamshala: According to a news website in Tibet, Chinese authorities have recently abducted the Tibetan author Tashi Rabten, pen-name Therang, for his alleged involvement in politically subversive activities. On January 25th, Tashi published a book entitled Blood Letter, which his supporters defend as an honest and accurate description of last year's March 10th protests in Tibet. The Chinese government, however, has cut off Blood Letter's distribution and confiscated the copies that have been sold, banning this book due to its "suspicious" political content. They began to monitor the author's daily activities and conduct clandestine interrogations, and now he has disappeared.

Dharamshala: Around twenty seven Tibetan protesters which led by Norlha and Dhargye staged a demonstration on 27th June at Kyabchen monastery in Dege Joda county to call for release of Migyur Gonpo and Gyatsang Dorjee who were arrested earlier June. Twenty two Tibetans were taken into police custody and  at the monastery and many people were left seriously injured after the armed Chinese forces freely used tear gas, electronic shocks and gunshot, a source from Tibet said.

Dharamshala: After deadly crackdowns by Chinese armed forces in all parts of Tibet last year, China continues to practice their harsh policy on Tibetans including arrests, shootings and other heavy punishments in Tibet. A source from Tibet said, 10 Tibetans were arrested following huge clashes between Tibetans and Chinese armed forces in Dege county. Taklung Gonpa, a Tibetan monastery which belongs to the Pema and Neydho township in Dege Jodha, eastern Tibet was left completely empty for one month after monks were forced to denounce His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Dharamshala:  A source from Tibet said that Tibetan mother, Tenzin Choedon was relapsed and had to be hospitalized in recent weeks due to her high blood pressure, as a direct consequence of acknowledging the two year suspended death penalty to her 22 aged son Kangtsuk by so called people’s Municipal court of Lhasa. As all the possible medical treatment didn’t work, now she is condemned to her death bed.

Dharamshala: Sources from Tibet reported on Sunday that the situation in Dege Jodha County in eastern Tibet is tense, after ten thousand people from nine villages in this area staged a mass protest against the Chinese authorities, who recently declared that the government will be appropriating a tract of land near the Kyabche monastery.

Dharamshala: A report from Tibet said, that Mr. Tashi, a Tibetan and a local official from Bhathang county eastern Tibet, was arrested on his way home on 19 June suspected of organization of a bomb attack in Tibet at the height of anti-China protests nearly three months ago. Before the arrest many protesters suspected of hanging politically motivated banners in the area managed to escape.

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