Tag Archives: Central Tibetan Administration

  • Tibetan Cabinet accepts order to apologise to Penpa Tsering

    The acceptance has been announced on the official Tibetan language website of CTA, accepting the court's order for the stability of the administration and unity of the Tibetan people. ...

  • Tenzin Sangmo Can the defendant in Case no 20 lose gracefully?

    It can only be hoped that the Tibetan public moves on and rise above regional and political affiliations in its reception of the verdict and not be swept into perpetual squabble. ...

  • Lobsang Wangyal Moving beyond Case no 20

    For now, the case is over. We don't have to think about it anymore. What we need to do is to leave behind those divisive battles of the past, and try to move forward. ...

  • Sonam Norbu Dagpo elected as new Chief Justice Commissioner

    The exile Tibetan Parliament on Monday elected Sonam Norbu Dagpo as the new Chief Justice Commissioner of the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission. ...

  • Tibetans in Dharamshala elect new Settlement Officer

    Tibetans living in Dharamshala elected Kunga Tsering as their new Settlement Officer in Dharamshala in two phases of voting. ...

  • 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. ...

  • Tibetan support organisation from France meets with CTA leaders

    The delegation is on a three-week tour of India, visiting the Central Tibetan Administration, Tibetan schools around Dharamshala, and the Norbulingka Institute for Tibetan Arts and Crafts. ...

  • Pam D Tenzin Speaker’s Parliamentary gaffe on ministerial election

    The Judiciary is the defender of the Constitution against encroachments by any organs of the government. Hence, the Judicial Review should not have been confused with Judicial Intervention. ...

  • Tibetan top court continues rejection of Topgyal Tsering as new minister

    Continuing with their refusal to accept Topgyal Tsering's appointment, The Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission released a nine-page explanation of their position at a press conference. ...