Tag Archives: Central Tibetan Administration

  • Second Special Meeting begins amid hopes and anxiety

    More than 400 Tibetans converged at their exile headquarters in Dharamshala to find ways to resolve the current crisis in Tibet. ...

  • CTA launches documentary on self-immolations in Tibet

    The Central Tibetan Administration today launched a documentary film on self-immolations in Tibet. ...

  • “Kalon Tripa” is now “Sikyong”

    The 15th Tibetan parliament-in-exile Thursday amended the official title of the democratically-elected head of the Central Tibetan Administration. ...

  • Tibetan Homes Foundation celebrates 50th anniversary

    The Dalai Lama asked Tibetan students to pay as much attention to traditional Tibetan studies as they do to modern studies, at 50th anniversary of Tibetan Homes Foundation. ...

  • Exile Parliament discusses self-immolations in Tibet

    The Tibetan Parliament-in-exile paid tribute to the Tibetans who laid down their lives for the cause of Tibetan freedom, as they met for the fourth session of the house in Dharamshala. ...

  • Eleven Tibetan NGOs support CTA name change

    A press conference was held today by 11 Tibetan exile organisations to affirm their support for the recent name change (in Tibetan) of the Central Tibetan Administration. ...

  • Act meaningfully against China policies: Tibet to US

    A member of Tibetan Parliament-in-exile has asked the US to take meaningful action against the oppressive Chinese policies in Tibet. ...

  • South Africa: Press Statement By Kalon Dicki Chhoyang

    Kalon Dicki Chhoyang has met with different groups for briefings on the current human rights situation in Tibet and the cycle of self-immolation which now numbers 49. ...

  • Press Officer, Central Tibetan Administration Rejoinder to “rangzen/independence” statement in Nyinjey article

    This is to rectify misinformation contained in Tenzin Nyinjey’s article that claims that the word rangzen is taboo in GangKyi. ...

  • Tenzin Nyinjey Censorship and the struggle for Tibetan freedom

    The Chinese never invited the Dalai Lama to visit Wutaishan, nor did they negotiate for Tibetan autonomy; they never intended to, right from the beginning. ...