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  • A Proud day for Tibetan democracy: Tibetans worldwide vote for next Sikyong and Chithue April 11, 2021
    Dharamshala: At a time when democracy remains a distant dream in China-occupied Tibet, the exhilarating spectacle of tens of thousands of diaspora Tibetans casting their ballot to elect their next Sikyong and Members of the Tibetan Parliament in the Sunday final elections was a sight to behold. “The Tibetan democracy-in-exile reflects the true aspirations of...
  • Noted filmmaker and music scholar Ngawang Choephel appointed TIPA Director April 11, 2021
    Dharamshala: A press conference was held Saturday afternoon at the Department of Information and International Relations to announce the appointment of the new TIPA Director Ngawang Choephel. Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay joined the conference virtually as the executive board director, from the distance of his home in adherence to the quarantine norms after just having...
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    Brussels: Among some positive and concrete outcomes of a webinar on the topic ‘TIBET ON THE POLITICAL AGENDAS IN EUROPE’, it was agreed that Tibetans parliamentary groups will campaign for a pan European resolution in the respective national parliaments. The discussion was hosted by Andrius Navickas MP & Laima Andrikienė MP, Parliamentary group for relations...
  • Home Kalon begins second leg of visit to Kollegal April 10, 2021
    Kollegal: After the successful visit to Ladakh, Home Kalon Sonam Topgyal Khorlatsang arrived at Kollegal Dhondenling Tibetan settlement on 8 April and was accorded a warm welcome reception by the settlement officer Gelek Jungney, community leaders, NGO heads and students all lined with Khatak in their hands. Kalon was accompanied by south zone Chief Representative...
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    Dharamshala: Following the announcement of the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, His Holiness the Dalai Lama expressed his condolences to both Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles. In his condolence to the Queen, His Holiness wrote: “I am sorry to learn the sad news that your husband, H.R.H. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh...

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