Tag Archives: Human Rights

  • Israeli forces kill dozens in Gaza as US Embassy opens in Jerusalem

    In the bloodiest single day for Palestinians since 2014, Palestinian Health Ministry officials said 58 protesters were killed and 2,700 injured by live gunfire, tear gas or other means. ...

  • International Conference on Peace in Asia held in Delhi

    The 1st International Conference on ‘Building Freedom, Democracy and Peace in Asia’, organised by Tibetan Youth Congress., was held at the India International Center in New Delhi, India. ...

  • List of human rights abuses in Tibet is long

    The human rights situation in Tibet has worsened because of the Chinese government's fear of Tibetans' uprising to seek greater freedom, according to Tibetan rights group TCHRD. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Contrast in West’s approach towards Syria and Tibet

    The contrast in approach of US and its allies towards Syria and Tibet is conspicuous and obvious: They will support a humanitarian cause only if it would serve their geopolitical interests. ...

  • The Tibet Question

    Despite six decades of Chinese rule, maintaining domestic stability in Tibet is a challenge for Beijing, JNU professor Swaran Singh tells Sapna Singh in an interview. ...

  • Nava Thakuria Neutralizing the messengers in India

    If the nation wants the journalists to do the risky jobs for the greater interest always, their security along with justice must also be ensured. ...

  • Student-led US gun protests draw huge crowds

    More than a million Americans flooded the streets of cities nationwide demanding tighter gun control, with the largest protest in Washington, with a crowd estimated at more than 800,000. ...

  • China frees Tibetan writer Shokjang after three-year prison term

    Shokjang, a prominent Tibetan writer, was released after serving three years in prison on charges of posting an article criticising the Chinese government. ...

  • Exploiting women for prostitution a crime against humanity: Pope

    Pope Francis branded exploitation of women for prostitution a “crime against humanity” on Monday and asked forgiveness from society for Catholic men who use prostitutes. ...

  • Sangay calls for dialogue with China and unity within the Tibetan community

    President of the Central Tibetan Administration Lobsang Sangay on Saturday urged Chinese President Xi Jinping to peacefully resolve the issue of Tibet through dialogue between the envoys. ...