Tag Archives: Central Tibetan Administration

  • Online platform launched for candidates for exile Tibetan elections

    As the exile Tibetan elections for their political leader and representatives in the Parliament approaches in a few months, a group of Tibetans have created a website as a platform to know their candidates better. ...

  • Tulku Orgyen Tobgyal criticises Dalai Lama for online teachings

    Tulku Orgyen Tobgyal criticised the Dalai Lama for giving teachings and empowerments through the Internet, saying that such a practice is degenerating the Dharma, and even is no less than destroying the Dharma. ...

  • Europe representative Thupten Wangchen relieved of Parliament post

    The Tibetan Parliament-in-exile has relieved European Tibetan representative in the House Thubten Wangchen for failing to attend two successive sessions, and has announced next-in-line Wangpo Tethong as his replacement. ...

  • Lobsang Tendar Ngamring Ngodup Dongchung is my Sikyong candidate for 2021

    Given his experience, sincerity, understanding of the need for a unified Tibet, and genuine trust placed in him by all Tibetans, Kasur Ngodup Dongchung is the most eligible and suitable to be the Sikyong of 2021. ...

  • India starts 14-hour curfew to curb coronavirus spread

    India launched a 14-hour long curfew on Sunday to limit the fast-spreading coronavirus epidemic in the country, where 315 people have so far been found to have contracted the disease. ...

  • Tibetan exiles to spend 2,750 million rupees for fiscal 2020-21

    Unlike the usual budget session of 10 days, the 9th session of the House was conducted in one day due to orders by the local Indian authorities not to have gatherings of more than four people considering the coronavirus epidemic. ...

  • Tibetan Parliament-in-exile reduces budget session to one day

    The upcoming 10-day budget session of the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile has been reduced to only a day’s affair following the imposition of Section 144 of India’s Criminal Procedure Code announced by the Kangra Deputy Commissioner. ...

  • Exile Tibetan Cabinet offers apology to Penpa Tsering in Case no 20

    The Lobsang Sangay-led exile Tibetan Cabinet offered an apology to Penpa Tsering in Case no 20, by accepting that their charges in his ousting were regrettable. ...

  • Demographic survey shows exile Tibetan exodus to West

    The demographic landscape of the Tibetans in exile has drastically changed, with more than half the population now said to have moved from India to Western countries. ...

  • Tibetan mood warming up for 2021 elections

    The Chief Election Commissioner of the Central Tibetan Administration told Tibet Sun that the dates for the next elections are not yet fixed. According to election rules, the first round will have to be held by November 2020. ...