Tag Archives: Exile Tibetans

  • 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. ...

  • Norbu Tsering Changes required in our election rules

    Many factors have led to irresponsible use of political freedom in the name of democracy, and regional sentiments are out-weighing our need for national unity. ...

  • Tibetans applying for passport can surrender RC/IC at RPOs

    The Ministry of External Affairs of the Govt of India has directed all the passport issuing authorities to accept surrender of both the RC and IC from Tibetans applying for Indian passport. ...

  • 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. ...

  • Sanjor vs Shichak
  • India government to streamline RC and IC surrender procedures

    The Delhi High Court has ordered the Government of India to take immediate action to streamline procedures for processing passport applications of Tibetans entitled to Indian citizenship. ...

  • Number of Tibetans in India decrease from 1.5 lakh to 85,000

    A sharp decline has been recorded in the number of Tibetan refugees in India — from 1.5 lakh to 85,000 in the last seven years — with many either migrating to the US or returning to China/Ti ...

  • Mila Rangzen No preliminary elections: Better for Tibetan unity and cause

    two-round elections do not guarantee the best. We Tibetans must stop fearing to venture on an untravelled path, but rather evolve with the changing times and adapt to the demands of Unity. ...

  • Connected to the Karmapa

    The DC Tibetan Book Club read Interconnected: Embracing Life on a Global Society, and invited its author, the 17th Karmapa, to their discussion. ...