Yearly Archives: 2010

  • Lalit Mansingh India rises on global stage in 2010

    Today, India as a nation with political stability, military strength and a growing economy, why should we be so hesitant to act as a world power? ...

  • Moderate quake jolts Tibet; no injuries reported

    A moderate earthquake measuring 5.5 on Richter scale jolted the eastern part of Tibet on Tuesday, though no casualties were reported. ...

  • Three Tibetans held for running visa racket

    The Delhi police claimed to have smashed a gang of Tibetans allegedly involved in sending fellow Tibetans to Europe and Thailand illegally. ...

  • Mission accomplished: Biker Lhakpa Tsering

    Lhakpa Tsering received a hero's welcome as he arrived in Mcleod Ganj after touring 22 countries with his motorcycle, campaigning for the Tibetan cause. ...

  • Tibetans protest propaganda exhibition in Taiwan

    Dozens of Tibetans and their supporters mounted a protest in Taipei, accusing Beijing of using an exhibition of Tibetan artefacts as propaganda. More than 130 Tibetan cultural relics from monasteries and museums, on loan from the mainland, have been on display at Taipei's National Palace Museum. ...

  • Tsewang Rigzin reelected as TYC President

    Tsewang Rigzin was voted to lead the Tibetan Youth Congress for another three years, while former general secretary Dhondup Lhadar was elected vice president, by TYC members at the 14th general body meeting of the organisation late Sunday. Tenzin Chokey was elected general secretary. A further seven were elected to the 10-person executive membership from 24 nominees. ...

  • Himalayan Viagra leads to violent clashes

    A report in The Guardian has highlighted the violent confrontations that are occurring in Tibet, as people scramble to collect 'Himalayan Viagra'. ...

  • Air India plane crashes in Mangalore; 158 dead

    One hundred and fifty-eight persons on an Air India Express flight from Dubai to Mangalore were killed in India's worst air disaster in over a decade. ...

  • Dalai Lama to tweet with Chinese web users

    The Dalai Lama will hold his first online chat with Chinese web users via Twitter on Friday, despite efforts by Beijing to silence him in China. ...

  • Thailand faces “huge challenges” after deadly conflict

    Thailand's premier said Friday that order has been restored after a deadly crackdown on anti-government protests triggered mayhem in the capital, but that the divided kingdom faces "huge challenges". ...