No more Chinese govt. funded scholars to US University that hosted Dalai Lama

Chinese government funded scholars are not permitted to join an American university that hosted the Beijing-labeled splitist' exiled Tibetan leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama a few months a

Tibet advocacy group sees 'revised religious regulations' as threat to Tibetan Buddhism

A US-based advocacy group for Tibet, the International Campaign for Tibet , has expressed concerns over the Chinese government's revised regulation on religion saying that it enhances the far-reaching power the communist party and threatens the survival of Tibetan

Exile Tibetan Parliament begins 4th session

The 16th Tibetan Parliament in Exile based here today began its fourth session; the second of the year to discuss and legislate issues relating to the annual work report of the seven depa

Dalai Lama calls for sense of oneness of humanity at inter-religious meet in Florence

Taking part in an inter-religious meeting titled 'Freedom Through Rules', His Holiness the Dalai Lama said that humans give too much emphasis on the secondary level of difference s

Pension seeking Tibetan veterans of SFF in bureaucratic limbo

Between the assurance of a long due pension and an unending official red tape, many Tibetan veterans from the 'Special Frontier Force' are fighting an unlikely battle of undoing cleric

Bickering over political stand is our loss: MP Dolma Tsering

Attending as the Chief Guest was Tibetan Parliamentarian Dolma Tsering who said, We must not forget that our common goal is beyond the Himalayas. It is unfortunate to see Tibetans bickering

Domey Cholka calls for unity amongst three provinces of Tibet

The Domey Cholka has called for unity amongst the three traditional provinces of Tibet, condemning all forms of malicious attacks against His Holiness the Dalai Lama during. The appeal was made at the 16th Central Executive Committee's Special General Body M

Canadian Tibetan woman nominated for public office

A Canadian Tibetan woman has been nominated as a candidate of a major Canadian political party for the seat of Member of Provincial Parliament in the district of Ontario in Can

Head of Bon Tradition 33rd Menri Trizin passes away

The spiritual head of the Bon tradition, the 33rd Kyabje Menri Trizin Lungtok Tenpai Nyima Rinpoche, passed away yesterday at around 6:25 p.m. at Pal Shenten Menriling Monast

China's influence grows in the land down-under, says Australia Tibetan MP

hina's sway in the Australian political and educational institution is at an alarming level', writes Tibetan parliamentarian and Campaigns Manager Kyinzom Dhongdue of Australia Tibet C

Two-year-old Tibetan boy dies in hit and run accident; parents forgive the perpetrator

A two-year-old Tibetan boy died after a car hit him on Monday night on Adams County, Colorado, in the United States. The hit and run case happened around 7:40 p.m. at Lipan Street just outsi

Dalai Lama graces conference on 'Western Science and Buddhist Perspectives'

His Holiness the Dalai Lama participated in a conference on 'Western Science and Buddhist Perspectives' today saying such meetings with scientists is an 'important' aspect for developing fa

We must create compassionate humanity to have a peaceful future: Dalai Lama

In order to have a better and peaceful future, we must create humanity with more compassion, said the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama at a public talk at Jahrhu

Must avoid repeat of 2016 elections, President Sangay at NY Tibetan event

Regionalism that plagued the 2016 Tibetan general Tibetan elections has to be avoided in the next elections, President of the Tibetan exile government known officially as the Central

Tibetan youth kills self in Switzerland: Tibetan issue, asylum for Tibetans his last words

A Tibetan youth has reportedly committed suicide in the Swiss city of Lucerne earlier on Thursday evening. The Lucerne public prosecutor's office issued a public notice with a photo of t

US Appropriations Committees approve $17 million aid for exile Tibetans

The US government has approved 17 million US Dollars in aid to the Tibetan government in exile in its 2018 budget. The aid will be to help the CTA preserve Tibetan 'cultural traditions, promote s