Tag Archives: Exile Tibetans

  • 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. ...

  • Court cleared Penpa Tsering of all charges; defendant lawyer fumes

    The Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission today cleared Penpa Tsering of all the charges given by the exile Tibetan Cabinet in ousting him from the Washington DC Representative post. ...

  • China’s Xi lands in India amid scattered Tibetan protests

    Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in India on Friday for talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to try to halt a slide in ties over the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir. ...

  • Final verdict on high-profile Case no 20 on 14 October

    The much anticipated final verdict of the highly-contested Case no 20 will be delivered in the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission on Monday, 14 October. ...

  • Dalai Lama alone can decide his succession: Exile Tibetans

    Exile Tibetans unanimously declared that any decisions on succession of the Dalai Lama will only be the prerogative of himself and his office, and opposed any other party meddling. ...

  • Exile Tibetans hold three-day brainstorming meeting for their future

    The issue of the Dalai Lama's succession tops China's agenda today. Although an atheist government, it has been trying to meddle in the reincarnation process of the next Dalai Lama. ...

  • Chinese government is the most brutal regime on this planet: CTA

    As China celebrated the 70th anniversary of its rule on Tuesday with pomp and pageantry, the CTA in a scathing diatribe called China 'the most brutal regime on this planet.' ...

  • Preservation of Tibetan language most urgent: Pema Jungney

    Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-exile Pema Jungney expressed concern over degradation of the Tibetan language, and said that the issue must be urgently dealt with. ...

  • Book on daily life practice of Tibetan Buddhism released

    A new book A Happy Family by Tulku Sonam Gawa, dealing with daily life practice of Tibetan Buddhism, was released today by Geshe Lhakdor of the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives ...