Tag Archives: Central Tibetan Administration

  • Department of Home budgets 573.5 million rupees for FY 2019-20

    The Department of Home of the CTA will have a budget of 573.5 million rupees for fiscal year 2019-20. This department takes care of the welfare of exile Tibetans in 58 settlements. ...

  • CTA Cabinet Secretary Topgyal Tsering becomes minister

    It is speculated that Topgyal would be appointed the Minister of Health, and the current Health Minister Choekyong Wangchuk would be made the DIIR Minister. ...

  • Exile Tibetan budget for 2019-20 likely to be 4.5 billion rupees

    The budget was presented by Minister of Finance Karma Yeshi in the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile for the consideration by 43 members from India, Nepal, US, Europe, and Australia. ...

  • Resigned to pursue PhD qualification, says Dhardon Sharling

    Dhardon Sharling clarified that she was resigning to pursue her doctoral studies at a university in the United States. She is resigning from the post of Information Secretary of CTA. ...

  • Local residents and CTA at loggerheads over gate plan

    The plans of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) to erect a gate at the entrance of their establishment in Dharamshala have landed it in a row with locals. ...

  • Dobhi Tibetan settlement affected by flood; CTA yet to reach out

    Life has been disrupted in the nothern Indian states of Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, and Jammu and Kashmir due to incessant rainfall over the past few days. ...

  • Ngawang Choechen Do we need changes in our Parliament system?

    Do we need to amend election laws in line with changing circumstances? We certainly need some drastic changes now and should start discussion about it during the current session. ...

  • CTA is asked to choose one Chushi Gangdruk

    The Dhotoe Cholkha Welfare Society has received no response to their petition to CTA asking whether they or Chushi Gangdruk in Delhi is the legitimate one to represent the Kham people. ...

  • CTA President opens conference shaping future of Tibetan cause

    President of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) Lobsang Sangay opened the "5-50 Vision" Conference to discuss the future course of the Tibetan cause for the next five years. ...

  • Mila Rangzen Dawa Tsering and the Khampa faction: A question of integrity

    I write this piece on our Tibetan Democracy Day in hopes it will find its way onto our Parliament floor to help promote fair and transparent debate as part of our budding democracy. ...