After Larung Gar, Yarchen Gar demolition underway

Following the forced demolition of the famed Larung Gar Buddhist monastic institution, Chinese authorities in the Sichuan Province's Palyul County have reportedly begun similar drive to demolis

ITN condemns sentencing of Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement activists

Following the sentencing of the faces of Hong Kong's 'Umbrella Movement', International Tibet Networks , a coalition of the international groups for Tibet, has expressed 'deep outrage' and cond

China's interference in religious practices in Tibet widespread: US Report

Placing China as one of the worst rights abusers, the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom in its latest annual report says that Chinese authorities have 'engage

PLA Air force ramps up fighter activities in Tibet

The Peoples Liberation Army's Air Force has reportedly increased the number of fighter jets as well as fighter exercises in Tibet. The rise in the Air Force movements is seen as Beijing's preparedness

Monk arrested for Dalai Lama's photo released after two-year prison term

A Tibetan political prisoner sentenced to two-years of imprisonment for possession of Dalai Lama's photo has been released from a Chinese prison in Qinghai province with 'restrictions place

CM Khandu announces adoption of Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy in Arunachal Pradesh

The state of Arunachal Pradesh has officially adopted the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy Act, an Act introduced in 2014 by the government of India to assist in the welfare of the Tibetan refugees r

Third edition of 'young Tibetan research scholars' conference' commences

The third edition of annual conference for budding Tibetan academics organized by the exile Tibetan government's think-tank Tibet

Dalai Lama condoles victims of Mandi landslide

His Holiness the Dalai Lama has expressed his condolences to the victims of major landslide on Mandi-Pathankot National Highway in a letter to the Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Si

Dalai Lama returns to Dharamshala to recuperate after two months' schedule

Following a schedule that expanded over two continents in the last two months, the Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama this morning touched down at Kangra Airport, just a short driv

President Sangay wishes India on its 71st Independence Day

The President of the Central Tibetan Administration Dr. Lobsang Sangay greeted the people and government of India on its 71st Independence Day at an official ceremony to mark the day at Ga

Religion as a source of conflict unthinkable, says Dalai Lama

The exiled Tibetan leader who attended an interfaith meet in the Indian city of Mumbai on Sunday said that religion as a source of conflict and trigger for disharmony is unthinkable. Th

China tightens cybersecurity in Tibet ahead of 19th Party Congress

In the buildup to China's all-important 19th Party Congress, the Communist party has been tightening security allover China and in the so-called Tibet Autonomous Region to a

Dalai Lama's Botswana visit cancelled due to exhaustion

His Holiness the Dalai Lama, currently in Mumbai, has cancelled his impending visit to Botswana due to exhaustion, a statement posted on the Tibetan leader's official website

Bhutan holds ground over Doklam, rubbishes China's claim

Weeks into the ongoing Doklam row, Bhutan has taken a bolder stance saying it has not said that the disputed Doklam region belongs to China, as claimed by Beijing's Foreign Ministry offi

President Sangay cautions the world of China's expansionist policy

Warning the world of China's expansionist policy, President of Central Tibetan Administration Dr. Lobsang Sangay said that China's ploy in Doklam region is the 'same temp

Larung Gar reshaped into tourist destination, says Tibetan rights group

The famed Tibetan monastic institute of Larung Gar in eastern Tibet that underwent demolition and eviction of its residents beginning last year is systematically being turned int

Make it a century of dialogue, not wars: Dalai Lama

His Holiness the Dalai Lama has warned that if the situation of today's world remains the same, the present century would be as violent as the 20th century, which had witnesse

Tibetans to protest Liverpool FC's Tibet Water deal on its EPL opening match

To raise awareness on Tibet's water resources exploited by China and to urge the Liverpool Football Club not to fall into Chinese trap, the members of Tibetan Community in Britain w

China plans to limit Lhasa's population to 500,000 by 2020

The Chinese government has announced its decision to limit the number of permanent residents of Lhasa, the provincial capital of so-called Tibet Autonomous Region , to 5