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Hundreds of Tibetans living in northeast India assembled in Guwahati on the international human rights day to raise their voices against the rampant violation of rights in Tibet by Chinese authority.
11:58 Dec 12, 2012
Harrowing images emerged yesterday (October 23) of the self-immolation of Dorje Rinchen in the main street in Labrang (Chinese: Xiahe), a day after the self-immolation at Labrang monastery of Dhondup.
12:16 Oct 25, 2012
A young mother of two called Dolkar Kyi set fire to herself and died today near Tsoe Gaden Choeling monastery in Kanlho (Chinese: Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture) in Gansu Province (the Tibetan area of Amdo).
12:32 Aug 8, 2012
Hollywood star John Savage of the film 'The Deer Hunter' launches here yet another powerful performance concerning social justice- this time, in South Africa with his new film titled 'A Small Town Called Descent.'
08:06 Mar 24, 2012
What is the UN doing? In 2008, Louise Harbour, UN High Commissioner for Human rights voiced concerns about tensions in Tibet but what is happening now? Can we not do anything to protect a population against torture, repression and violence?
19:24 Feb 11, 2012
A Tibetan nun called Palden Choetso set fire to herself yesterday (November 3) in Kardze (Chinese: Ganzi) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Sichuan, the Tibetan area of Kham.
05:10 Nov 6, 2011
The United States also urged the Chinese leaders to address counterproductive policies in Tibetan areas that have created tensions; and to protect Tibet's unique religious, cultural, and linguistic identity.
19:18 Oct 20, 2011
She stressed that Dalai Lama's views are widely reflected within Tibetan society, and command the respect of the vast majority of Tibetans. She said the U.S. government believes that the Dalai Lama can be a constructive partner for China, particula
06:54 Jul 15, 2011
According to Mr. Baer, discriminatory religious policies exacerbated tensions between Han Chinese and Tibetan Buddhists and triggered the 2008 riots that claimed the lives of Han and Tibetan civilians and police officers.
13:54 Jun 4, 2011
The quantum increase of Chinese aid to Nepal has raised a series of questions in the public of Nepal. Nepalese public fear China's influence in the government of Nepal can be a means of violating Human Rights of the Tibetan refugees.
19:05 Mar 2, 2011
The International Campaign for Tibet joined nine other human rights and China-specialist groups to call for US President Barack Obama to use the state visit by Chinese President Hu Jintao as an opportunity...
10:33 Jan 14, 2011
The accusation against Karma Samdrup related to an incident in 1998, when he acquired, as an art collector, cultural artifacts that later turned out to have been stolen by grave-robbers.
13:13 Jun 24, 2010
The potential for danger for Tibetans in Nepal - both in transit and resident - intensified this year in an uncertain political climate two years on from the beginning of protests and a security clampdown across Tibet.
04:07 Jun 19, 2010
Wednesday is the first of three anniversaries that Tibetans outside their homeland will celebrate this month. Tibetans in Nepal will mark them carefully, however.
05:18 Mar 11, 2010
It is a cold winter morning and Lakhpa Tsering is a few minutes late for work. Greeting waiting visitors with folded hands and a disarming smile, he offers them an apology and Indian style 'chai' (tea).
06:43 Jun 9, 2009
A Tibetan former nun in her thirties has given a harrowing account of her rape by Chinese Peoples Armed Police (PAP) officers after she was caught attempting to escape from Tibet near the border with Nepal.
13:09 Jun 5, 2009
Lodi Gyari, Special Envoy of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, has issued a call for Tibetans, in Tibet and around the world to record their experiences of suffering over the past 50 years.
12:05 Apr 1, 2009
The Host Committee of the Olympics used his painting, 'Voice of the East,' as the emblem on every VIP certificate given to athletes and visitors.
11:23 Dec 12, 2008
The generous ICT donor who recently agreed to match all contributions we received-dollar for dollar-up to a total of $50,000, has extended the offer deadline to Monday, December 8.
11:14 Dec 5, 2008
In 1969 a new lingua franca was founded in the eastern Himalayas. Instantly, it was recognized as the national language.
12:00 Oct 21, 2008

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