Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Tibetans set out on peace march for Panchen Lama’s release

    Organised by the Tibetan Women's Association, five marches start off today -- McLeod Ganj to Chandigarh, Dehra Dun to Delhi, Gangtok to Salugara, Raipur to Nagpur, and Mysore to Bangalore. ...

  • Kim, Putin vow to seek closer ties at first talks

    Russia's Vladimir Putin and North Korea's Kim Jong Un met face-to-face for the first time on Thursday, vowing to seek closer ties as they look to counter US influence. ...

  • Stalled Sino-Tibet dialogue is because of China: Sangay

    Sangay said that he left no stone unturned in his endeavours to contact the Chinese authorities for resolving the Tibetan issue. "It is China that is not coming forward for talks." ...

  • Second Five-Fifty Youth Forum to be held in August in Dharamshala

    A select group of 100 young Tibetans from across the globe will be invited to the meeting in Dharamshala to deliberate on CTA's Five-Fifty Vision in shaping Tibet's political future. ...

  • Trudeau welcome letter to group promoting Tibet-China unity is fake

    A letter purporting to be from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcoming members to a newly formed group promoting ties between Tibet and China is a hoax, the primer minister’s office said. ...

  • ISIS claims Sri Lanka blasts that killed more than 320

    The Islamic State group on Tuesday said it was behind a devastating string of suicide attacks against churches and hotels in Sri Lanka that killed more than 320 people on Easter Sunday. ...

  • Modi casts vote on India’s ‘Super Tuesday’

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi cast his vote on India's "Super Tuesday" when the biggest number of seats are decided in the country's marathon election. ...

  • Motorcycle rally for Panchen Lama on his 30th birthday

    The 30 activists will be riding through Chandigarh and Sonipath, and will reach Delhi on 25 April for an event for the Panchen Lama on his 30th birthday. ...

  • NS Venkataraman China at the crossroads

    China is realizing that economic and trade power has its limits, like Hitler realised that military power has its limits. If China will not alter its aims, it will pay a price before long. ...

  • Blasts at Sri Lanka hotels and churches kill nearly 210

    A series of eight devastating bomb blasts ripped through high-end hotels and churches holding Easter services in Sri Lanka on Sunday, killing nearly 210 people, including many foreigners. ...