New Delhi: A former top Indian diplomat has said the Indian government can still push for dialogue between Chinese and Tibetan leaders on Tibet’s future.
Washington: Tibetan exile leader Penpa Tsering recently met congressional leaders, state department officials, civil society groups, and local Tibetan Americans and Chinese Americans during his visit to the USA.
The Chinese government’s campaign to push Mandarin Chinese as the main spoken and written language for Tibetans now includes giving parents the responsibility for teaching their children.
Human Rights Violation continues to take place in Tibet despite CCP’s promise to improve it on many occasions.
Tibet was hit fiercely with the Cultural Revolution in 1966.
New Delhi: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met a representative of Tibet's spiritual leader Dalai Lama here, an incident which may draw China's wrath.
Dharamshala: Marking International Justice Day, activists, who are currently staying in Himachal Pradesh’s Dharamshala, on Sunday hosted a candlelight vigil to urge international communities to act against China for denying justice to Tibetan, Uyghurs, Mongolian, and Hong Kongers.
Ulan Bator: A delegation of the local Tibetan community led by former abbot of Namgyal Monastery Jadho Rinpoche in Mongolia visited the Indian Embassy here recently and offered a donation to the Indian Prime ministers fund (PM CARES) to help the country fight the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic.
Dharamshala: The Tibetan government-in-exile last week celebrated Tibetan Women's Day in Indian city of Dharamshala.
Gangtok/UNI: It was really exciting for the Tibetan community to meet none other than Dr Lobsang Sangay, their elected Prime Minister, subsequently given title of President or Sikyong (equivalent to President).
New Delhi: A Tibetan leader is planning to participate in a march from Dharamshala to Delhi to ask legislators to repeal One China Policy.
Dharamshala: Tibetans in-exile celebrated Tibetan New year in Indian city of Dharamshala recently.
New Delhi/IBNS: After nine rounds of military talks of disengagement between India and China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), People's Liberation Army (PLA) is reinforcing heavy military equipment in Tibet, said a Hindustan Times report.
It is too often the case in the modern world that the voices of the suppressed, especially those from numerically smaller groups, get lost in the vast hollows of apathy and self-interest that seem to have consumed the conscience of powerful nations.