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Tibet: 200 detained in Lhasa over protesting against COVID-19

Lhasa: Authorities have detained 200 people over protesting against strict COVID-19 restrictions imposed in the region, media reports said.

Tibet: Lhasa witnesses protest over COVID-19 restrictions

Lhasa: Videos have gone viral on social media which showed hundreds of people could be seen protesting in Lhasa city of Tibet against the Chinese government's strict covid measures and lockdown.

China continues to tighten grip over Tibet

Lhasa: China has started reinforcing tight control over the highly surveilled Tibet autonomous region and the authorities continue to increase its repression in the name of the Zero-Covid policy, media reports said.

Tibet: Kashag promulgates firm stand on reincarnation of 14th Dalai Lama

Lhasa: Since the Chinese government’s introduction of “Management Measures for the Reincarnation of Living Buddhas in Tibetan Buddhism” in 2007, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has consistently misused the authority to administer Tibetan monastic societies in general and recognition of reincarnations in particular for its political interests.

Tibet: Lhasa officials apologise over handling of COVID-19 lockdown amid protests

Lhasa: Authorities in Lhasa have apologised for the handling of the lockdown issue in Tibet after angry residents complained about food shortages, media reports said on Monday.

COVID-19: Goods imported for Nepal's Dashain festival stopped in Tibet

Lhasa: Goods, which are currently being imported to Nepal from China, are being stopped in Tibet, media reports said.

New evidence of mass DNA collection in Tibet emerges: HRW

Beijing/Lhasa: Chinese authorities are significantly increasing policing, including an arbitrary collection of DNA from residents in many towns and villages throughout the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), Human Rights Watch said today.

Chinese authorities close Potala Palace amid COVID-19 outbreak in Tibet

Lhasa: Chinese authorities have shut down the iconic Potala Palace in Tibet after  a minor outbreak of COVID-19 was reported in the Himalayan region, media reports said on Wednesday.

France: Protest held in Paris over killing of Tibetan national by Chinese men

Paris: Members of the Tibetan community gathered in Paris and paid tribute to a Tibet national who was recently killed by three men from the Chinese community on July 11 in Normandy.

US Representatives Jim McGovern, Michael McCaul introduce legislation to promote peaceful resolution to Tibet-China conflict

Washington: US Representatives Jim McGovern (D-MA), Chairman of the House Rules Committee and Cochair of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China, and Michael McCaul (R-TX), Lead Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, recently introduced legislation to strengthen the United States’ policy to promote dialogue between the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the Dalai Lama toward a peaceful resolution of the conflict between Tibet and the PRC.

Prominent former Tibetan political prisoner Jigme Gyatso dies

Lhasa: Jigme Gyatso, a prominent former Tibetan political prisoner, died on July 2, as per Washington-based advocacy group International Campaign for Tibet (ICT).

Tibet: China decides to relocate 17,555 people from high-altitude places in Nagqu City

Chinese authorities have decided to relocate 17,555 people  from high-altitude places in Nagqu City, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, media reports said on Tuesday.

Pelosi, McGovern promise bill to push Tibet-China conflict resolution

Washington: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Jim McGovern said this week that new legislation will soon be introduced pushing for a peaceful resolution to the Chinese government’s decades-long illegal occupation of Tibet.

International Campaign for Tibet Chairman Richard Gere gives indirect message to China on Tibet issue

Washington: Hollywood actor and International Campaign for Tibet Chairman Richard Gere delivered a powerful message recently at the inaugural session of the 8th World Parliamentarians' Convention on Tibet where he indirectly targeted China by saying that 'non violence' still works.

Dharamshala: Unidentified Tibetan monk self-immolates in protest against religious crackdown by China

Dharamshala: An unidentified Tibetan monk recently self immolated in front of a portrait of the exiled leader Dalai Lama here to protest against the human rights violations taking place under Chinese President Xi Jinping’s policies.