Tag Archives: Central Tibetan Administration

  • President Donald Trump proposes zero aid in 2018 to Tibetans

    Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi has said that if the US does not speak out for human rights in China, they lose all moral authority to talk about it elsewhere in the world. ...

  • CTA uses “President” as translation of Sikyong

    The title Sikyong dates back to 7th Dalai Lama; the name change ensures continuity of the Tibetan Government in Tibet, established during the reign of the 5th Dalai Lama in 1642 CE. ...

  • How CTA plans to spend US$23 million: An interview with Kaydor Aukatsang

    The five-year Tibetan Self-Reliance and Resilience (TSRR) programme funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) was launched in October 2016. ...

  • Exile Tibetan Parliament passes budget of 2,434 million rupees

    The exile Tibetan Parliament passed a budget of 2,434.6 million Indian rupees for the programmes and activities of the Central Tibetan Administration for the coming fiscal year 2017-18. ...

  • Land of Happiness: Vision of a fearless Tibetan mother

    Despite all hardships, one can conceive and give birth to a vision of giving life to the “Land of Happiness.” We can be mere spectators, or active Buddhists -- it is up to us! ...

  • Tenzin Tsedup Tibetan democracy calls for next big leap

    With the devolution of political power to the elected Tibetan leadership, it is upon us to initiate the next democratic and electoral reform. ...

  • Sangay meets TSOs for briefing about his policies

    More than 40 Tibetan Settlement Officers gathered for a four-day meeting to to be briefed on Sikyong Lobsang Sangay's policies and projects for his second five-year term. ...

  • I faced a storm, I surfed it through: Dhardon Sharling

    I think we can far supersede the propaganda war that China is waging against us. So strengthening the technology capacity of this department is definitely on my mind. ...

  • Dhardon Sharling appointed Information Secretary

    Dhardon said that her priorities in the office would be good communications strategies to win supporters, and secondly, dialogue with China using the strengths in Tibetan hands. ...

  • Parliament rejects Dhardon Sharling for minister post

    Sikyong Lobsang Sangay proposed her name for the second time in the house on Saturday to appoint her as minister, but 27 members out of 45 voted against the proposal, giving it a clear no. ...