- Central Tibetan Administration Calls on UNHCHR to Take Urgent Action to Save Larung Gar December 5, 2016DHARAMSHALA: The 15th Kashag led by Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay and Speaker Khenpo Sonam Tenphel of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, held a joint press conference today to urge UN High Commissioner for Human Rights for an immediate intervention to save Larung … Continued
- Tibetan Parliament Congratulates Nancy Pelosi for Re-election as House Democratic Leader December 2, 2016DHARAMSHALA: The Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile today congratulated former House Speaker Ms Nancy Pelosi for being re-elected as the Democratic Leader in the US House of Representatives. In a congratulatory note, Deputy Speaker Acharya Yeshi Phuntsok wrote: “The Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile would like … Continued
- Kalon Karma Gelek Yuthok Greets Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang Rinpoche December 2, 2016DHARAMSHALA: Ven Kalon Karma Gelek Yuthok of Department of Religion and Culture, Central Tibetan Administration visited Dehradun to pay salutation to Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang Rinpoche, the head of Drikung Kagyu lineage, at Drikung Jangchubling Monastery. This is a part of … Continued
- Tibetan Parliamentary Delegation Calls on Lok Sabha Speaker December 2, 2016DHARAMSHALA: The Tibetan parliamentary delegation led by Deputy Speaker Acharya Yeshi Phuntsok met with Parliamentarians from both houses of Indian Parliament in New Delhi from 21 – 30 November 2016. The delegation along with Shri Shanta Kumar, Convener, APIPFT, met … Continued
- Sikyong Congratulates Nancy Pelosi for Re-election as House Democratic Leader December 1, 2016DHARAMSHALA: Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay today congratulated former House Speaker Ms Nancy Pelosi for being re-elected as the Democratic Leader in the US House of Representatives. “I, on behalf of the Central Tibetan Administration heartily congratulate you on being re-elected … Continued
- China's unreasonable objection to Trump's Taiwan call? - Tibet Sun December 5, 2016Tibet SunChina's unreasonable objection to Trump's Taiwan call?Tibet SunOf course, the immediate example is China's forceful occupation of Tibetan territory, which has now persisted for over six decades. It has mercilessly suppressed freedom of speech in Tibet and has objected to any country receiving the Dalai Lama.Trump's controversial call with TaipeiNikkei Asian ReviewAfter Trump's tweets, […]
- Save Buddhist learning centre in Tibet, UN agency urged - Business Standard December 5, 2016Save Buddhist learning centre in Tibet, UN agency urgedBusiness StandardTibetan Prime Minister-in-exile Lobsang Sangay on Monday sought intervention of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to save one of the world's largest centres of Buddhist learning in Tibet and to raise voice against critical human rights ...and more »
- Don't 'Complicate' Border Dispute, China Tells India as Tibetan Leader Visits - The Wire December 5, 2016The WireDon't 'Complicate' Border Dispute, China Tells India as Tibetan Leader VisitsThe WireBeijing: China called on India on Monday not to do anything to complicate their border dispute after a senior exiled Tibetan religious leader visited a sensitive border region controlled by India but claimed by China. The Karmapa Lama, Tibetan Buddhism ...Tibetan spiritual leader, […]
- Tibetan leaders congratulate Leader Pelosi on her re-election - Tibet Post International December 5, 2016Tibet Post InternationalTibetan leaders congratulate Leader Pelosi on her re-electionTibet Post InternationalIn a congratulatory note from the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, Deputy Speaker Acharya Yeshi Phuntsok said, “The Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile would like to congratulate you on being re-elected as the Leader of Democratic in the House of Representative.”.and more »
Sur la question de Dolgyal (Shugden)
Compte-rendus des visites de Sa Sainteté le Dalaï Lama et rapports sur le Tibet
- Tibetaanse regering in ballingschap aan Wereldleiders: Zet Tibet centraal bij onderhandelingen Klimaatverandering Read more →
- Mettre le Tibet au centre des discussions sur les changements climatiques: appel de l’Administration centrale tibétaine aux leaders mondiaux. Read more →
- Interviews à Cambrige et rencontre avec des enfants à Londres Read more →
- Une force pour le bien, et Les étapes de la méditation Read more →
- La Compassion Eveillée, célébrations à l’occasion du 80ème anniversaire du Dalaï Lama. Read more →
Events and Updates
- 16 ème Festival Culturel du Tibet les 11 et 12 juin 2016 Read more →
- Statement of Sikyong on the 57th Anniversary of Tibetan National Uprising Day Read more →
- Déclaration du Sikyong (chef politique) à l’occasion du 57ème anniversaire du soulèvement national tibétain Read more →
- Verklaring van de Sikyong ter gelegenheid de 57ste Herdenkingsdag van de Tibetaanse Nationale OpstandDag Read more →
- Commemoration of 57th Tibetan National Uprising in Brussels, Belgium on March 10, 2016 Read more →
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