Yearly Archives: 2018
China frees Tibetan writer Shokjang after three-year prison term
21 March 2018 | Tibet Sun Newsroom
Shokjang, a prominent Tibetan writer, was released after serving three years in prison on charges of posting an article criticising the Chinese government. ...
Exploiting women for prostitution a crime against humanity: Pope
19 March 2018 | Philip Pullella
Pope Francis branded exploitation of women for prostitution a “crime against humanity” on Monday and asked forgiveness from society for Catholic men who use prostitutes. ...
Delek Hospital presents report on first year of Zero TB Project
19 March 2018 | Lobsang Wangyal
Since launching the Zero TB (Tuberculosis) in Tibetan Children campaign a year ago, much progress has been made to eliminate TB completely among Tibetan children. ...
No resolution in sight for Penpa Tsering dismissal issue
17 March 2018 | Lobsang Wangyal
On the fourth day of the budget session of the exile Tibetan Parliament, the proceedings were dominated by controversy surrounding the ouster of Penpa Tsering from the Office of Tibet. ...
The spirit of Little Tibet
17 March 2018 | Vir Sanghvi
He may be one of the world’s most admired people, but a trip to Dharamshala reveals a playful side to the Dalai Lama. ...
“Truth-Seeking Volunteers” to protest against CTA President Sangay tomorrow
16 March 2018 | Lobsang Wangyal
A mass protest against President of the Central Tibetan Administration Lobsang Sangay was announced by members of the group "Truth-Seeking Volunteers", which seeks Sangay's impeachment. ...
International Campaign for Tibet marks 30 years of service to Tibetans
16 March 2018 | Tibet Sun Newsroom
One of the best known organisations working for the Tibetan cause for a free Tibet -- The International Campaign for Tibet -- marked 30 years of service on Thursday. ...
No invitation to Dalai Lama for ISC to attend event with PM Modi
14 March 2018 | Shri Puri
The Dalai Lama Office has denied reports that the Dalai Lama was supposed to attend the Indian Science Congress in Manipur with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but was going to skip it. ...
Sikyong likely to propose new minister during budget session
14 March 2018 | Lobsang Wangyal
After observing a minute's silence to honour the martyrs who gave their lives in the Tibetan freedom struggle, Parliament began the session by condemning repressive Chinese policies in Tibet ...
No need to thank India — just grow up a little
13 March 2018 | Lobsang Wangyal
CTA is the hope and heart of six million Tibetans. We need to see some maturity in it. ...