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A Tibetan monk of Shelkar Choede monastery in Dhingri in southwestern Tibet has been arrested in Lhasa on Nov. 29 for being in possession of an image of the Tibetan national flag in his cell phone, reported the Voice of Tibet radio...The two other
Five members of the Tibetan cabinet are in South Tyrol, an autonomous province under Italy...According to the official website of the exile Tibetan government, the Tibetan ministers will participate in various meetings about the provinces' legal
The source of the problem in India-China relations is not Tibet. The problem is rooted essentially in how China perceives Tibet. China's flawed perception on Tibet both colors and distorts its relationship with India. For India, the intractable
The sound of monks at prayer drifts across the snow-lined valley. We are high in the jagged mountains that rise towards the Tibetan plateau. Harsh and beautiful, this region outside Tibet itself is home to six million Tibetans. A monk is sweeping
A ccording to official statistics, from January to June of 2013, some $350 million have been invested in the key projects of Nyingchi prefecture, mainly linked with tourism...One of the projects is the development of the Grand Canyon area. The 505-
Tibetan exiles Saturday welcomed the lone Tibetan cyclist on a mission to generate awareness about China's atrocities in Tibet and garner support for the Tibetan people's struggle for freedom in Tibet. Rinpo Yak, a Tibetan originally for Amdo Ngaba,
Seventeen exiled Tibetans arrived in Canada as part of a relocation program created by the Canadian government, officials said. The group of Tibetans, who arrived in Toronto Friday, were the first of about 1,000 who are to arrive in Canada over the
Eight Tibetans including six monks have been detained by Chinese authorities in Palyul County last Friday, reported the Tibet Times. The Tibetans were detained by Chinese authorities who had been tipped off about a protest that the Tibetans had
In marked contrast to its sharp criticism of a high-level visit four years ago, China reacted mildly to President Pranab Mukherjee's trip to Arunachal Pradesh by saying it hoped India would refrain from "actions that complicate the boundary question".
This initiative was a part of a weekly programme launched since 2005 to spread awareness about Buddhist subjects among the citizens of the city and people from all religions, castes or creeds. "This is like a study about Buddhism, like an academic.