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    Canberra: The Tibetan Community of Newcastle in Australia in association with the Australian Tibetan Archery Talent Club celebrated His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 86th birthday on Tuesday 15 June as per the traditional Tibetan lunar calendar. Over a hundred people attended the birthday celebration which was held at the Boolaroo Archery Club in Newcastle.  The...
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    Dharamshala: In one of his first public U.S. interviews since taking office, Sikyong Penpa Tsering spoke with Josh Rogin, journalist and award-winning columnist for the Washington Post, on the key priority areas of his leadership: Sino-Tibetan relations and strengthen international outreach and advocacy. The event was hosted by NED, National Endowment for Democracy and its president, Carl...
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    Dharamshala: Around 21,370 Tibetans in India and 1084 in Nepal have received at least one Covid-19 shot as the population inches closer to reaching herd immunity. The pace of the vaccination drive in Tibetan settlements has accelerated over the past weeks due to the tireless efforts of settlement offices, Tibetan health care centres under the...
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    Dharamshala: In a meeting held with Settlement Officers on 8 June, Sikyong Penpa Tsering had directed all the settlement offices to update the progress of the vaccination drive in the respective settlements. As such, Tibetan settlements in Dehradun, led by its Settlement Officer (Retd) Lt Col Norbu, initially approached the Offices of District Magistrate and...

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