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Parliamentarians Geshe Gangri and Namgyal Qusar Sworn in

mercredi 14 avril 2021 par Staff Reporter — Reports from CTA Offices
Dharamshala: In accordance with the Article 57, clause (I) (II) and the Article 47 of the Charter of Tibetans-in-Exile, Deputy Speaker Acharya Yeshi Phuntsok administered the oath of office to the new Parliament members Ven. Geshe Gangri of Domey province and Namgyal Qusar of U-Tsang province (...)

Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia’s New Representative Karma Singey assumes office

mercredi 14 avril 2021 par Staff Reporter — Flash Mobile, News Flash
Canberra, 14 April: Representative Karma Singey for Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia, formally took charge from the outgoing Representative Lhakpa Tshoko in a ceremony on 14 April. Kasur Chope Tsering bore witness to the handing-taking over of the Representatives in person. Similarly, (...)

Tibet set for tough changes

mercredi 14 avril 2021 par Staff Reporter — News From Other Sites
Jayadeva Ranade President, Centre for China Analysis and Strategy The Tribune 14 April 2021 China’s recently concluded national-level meetings, held in Beijing in March every year, portend dramatic changes in the social, cultural and economic landscape of Tibet, along our northern border. The (...)

China Poses Biggest Threat to U.S., Intelligence Report Says

mercredi 14 avril 2021 par Staff Reporter — News From Other Sites
New York Times 13 April 2021 WASHINGTON — China’s effort to expand its growing influence represents one of the largest threats to the United States, according to a major annual intelligence report released on Tuesday, which also warned of the broad national security challenges posed by Moscow and (...)

Home Kalon concludes official Southern settlements tour

mercredi 14 avril 2021 par Staff Reporter — Flash Mobile, News Flash, Department of Home, Kalon Sonam Topgyal Khorlatsang
Hunsur: Due to the ongoing 2021 Sikyong and Chithue election and coupled with rising covid 19 cases all over India, Home Kalon cut short his visit by skipping Hunsur and Mundgod settlement visit. On 10 April, Kalon visited the Bylakuppe Tibetan settlement and inaugurated the Tara Kissan Villa (...)

Study report launched on Tibetan women entrepreneurs and sweater sellers

mardi 13 avril 2021 par Staff Reporter — Reports from CTA Offices, WED, Women Empowerment
Dharamshala: Women’s Empowerment Desk (WED) under SARD, Dept. of Finance has launched a report based on a study conducted on Tibetan women entrepreneurs, specifically those participating in the winter sweater trade last year. Given the significant presence that women occupy in this economic (...)

EU says it won’t pay off Montenegro’s billion-dollar highway debt to China

mardi 13 avril 2021 par Staff Reporter — News From Other Sites
South China Morning Post 13 April 2021 The European Union says it will not pay off Montenegro’s near-US$1 billion debts to China, rejecting the tiny Balkan nation’s repeated pleas for help. A spokesman for the EU told the South China Morning Post that it “does not repay loans of partners which (...)

President Dr Sangay condoles the demise of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

mardi 13 avril 2021 par Staff Reporter — Flash Mobile, News Flash
Dharamshala: Earlier today, the President of Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) Dr Lobsang Sangay offered condolences to the demise of Britain’s Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh who passed away at the age of 99 on Friday. “With deep sadness, we learned the passing of His Royal Highness Prince (...)

India, EU reiterate commitment on human rights

mardi 13 avril 2021 par Staff Reporter — News From Other Sites
Elizabeth Roche for Mint. NEW DELHI : India and the European Union on Monday underlined their commitment to human rights and the interdependence and interrelatedness of all human rights during their ninth dialogue on the subject. Strengthening cooperation at international fora, particularly the (...)

China operationalises 5G services at Tibet radar station

mardi 13 avril 2021 par Staff Reporter — News From Other Sites
Sutirtho Patranobis I Edited by Amit Chanda for Hindustan Times China has operationalised 5G services at the world’s highest manually operated radar station in Tibet near the border with Sikkim. Located at over 17,000 feet (5,182 metres), the Ganbala radar station was built in the 1960s and is (...)

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