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Indian Dignitaries visit Tibetan Parliament in Exile

lundi 1er avril 2019 par Intern Writer — Reports from CTA Offices, Tibetan Parliament in Exile
Dharamshala: Dr. Shekhar C. Mande, Secretary to Department of Scientific and Industrial Research,Govt. of India and director general of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and Dr. Sanjay Kumar, director of CSIR- Institute of Himalayan Bio resource Technology visited Tibetan … (...)

Thank you India Concludes with Tributes to State and Local Leaders

lundi 1er avril 2019 par Tenzin Saldon — Flash Mobile, News Flash, Thank You Himachal, Thank you India, Thank You Year 2018
Shimla: Under the leadership of the Central Tibetan Administration, Tibetan settlements across India observed the year 2018 with a series of Pan-India events to publicly express gratitude to the Government and people of India. In the capital of Himachal Pradesh, … (...)

New Website of Gang-Jong Development Finance Launched

lundi 1er avril 2019 par Intern Writer — Flash Mobile, News Flash
Dharamshala: Gang-Jong Development Finance Private Limited, a RBI licensed Non-Banking Finance Company (Non-Deposit Taking) launched its new website— www.gangjongdevelopmentfinance.com —offering the public a platform to access information about the company, its objectives, management and its (...)

TED Invites Application for Pre-Incubation Training

lundi 1er avril 2019 par Intern Writer — Announcements, Department of Finance, TED
Dharamshala: Tibetan Entrepreneurship Development (TED) initiative of Department of Finance, Central Tibetan Administration invites application from aspiring Tibetan entrepreneurs to avail the pre- incubation business training and incubation services. Pre-incubation training is especially (...)

Canadian NGO Visits Dharamsala to Finalize CTA Education Program Funded by the Canadian Government

lundi 1er avril 2019 par Intern Writer — Reports from CTA Offices, SARD
Dharamshala: The five-year CAD 5.4 million funding for education of Tibetan youth in India and Nepal announced by the Canadian government in November 2018 formally entered implementation stage with the visit by a delegation of Agriteam Canada staff to Dharamsala … (...)

Shillong Settlement Officer calls on Meghalaya Governor Tathagata Roy

lundi 1er avril 2019 par Tenzin Saldon — Flash Mobile, News Flash, Meghalaya Governor, shillong, Tibetan Settlement
Shillong: Tibetan Settlement Officer of Shillong Pema Dhondup called on Honorable Governor of Meghalaya Shri Tathagata Roy at Raj Bhavan, Shillong on 30 March. On behalf of the Central Tibetan Administration, Settlement officer Pema Dhondup conveyed heartfelt greetings and salutation … (...)

What Does the Punishment of a Prominent Scholar Mean for Intellectual Freedom in China?

lundi 1er avril 2019 par Intern Writer — News From Other Sites
A ChinaFile Conversation. Read the original article here. This week, Xu Zhangrun, a law professor at Beijing’s Tsinghua University who in recent months has penned a series of essays critical of policies of the Chinese Communist Party and of its current … (...)

China’s White Paper on Tibet: Another Attempt to Whitewash 60 Years of Undemocratic Rule

jeudi 28 mars 2019 par Tenzin Jigme — Flash Mobile, News Flash
– Filed by UN, EU and Human Rights Desk, DIIR In what is seen as a systematic attempt to whitewash the grave human rights situation and the tragic reality inside Tibet, China issued a new white paper on Tibet yesterday … Continued

Deeply concerned by lack of ‘meaningful’ autonomy for Tibetan people: US

jeudi 28 mars 2019 par Tenzin Jigme — News From Other Sites
By Daily Excelsior | Read the original news here. WASHINGTON, Mar 27: The US is deeply concerned over the lack of “meaningful” autonomy for the people of Tibet, the Trump administration has said. The US’ policy on Tibet respects China’s territorial … (...)

His Holiness the Dalai Lama Converses with Members of Club 1880

jeudi 28 mars 2019 par Tenzin Jigme — Flash Mobile, News Flash
Dharamshala: Members of club 1880 who are motivated by a wish to change the world, consisting of eighty-five people from Singapore, including Singaporeans, Americans, Australians, Britishers, Indians, Canadians, Chinese, French, and Swiss had an audience with His Holiness the Dalai … (...)

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