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Prime Minister in exile denounces ‘terrorist’ label

Monday 25 June 2012 by jamphel — News From Other Sites
By Peter Hartcher, Sydney Morning Herald THE number of Tibetans living under Chinese rule who have staged the ultimate protest – burning themselves to death in public – is accelerating, with almost three times as many in the first six months of this year as in all of last year. The Chinese call (...)

Tibetan PM is in Melbourne as part of his first official trip to Australia

Monday 25 June 2012 by jamphel — News From Other Sites
(ABC) MELBOURNE: The Prime Minister of the Tibetan government-in-exile is in Melbourne, and he will use his first official Australian visit to seek support for his plan for a peaceful resolution to the Tibetan crisis. Lobsang Sangay was elected as leader of the Central Tibetan Administration (...)

China to develop Tibetan areas close to Arunachal border

Monday 25 June 2012 by jamphel — News From Other Sites
BEIJING: China will develop Tibet’s spectacular waku doki Nyingchi prefecture, located close to Arunachal Pradesh border, into a major tourist hub with an investment of USD 63.5 million which included construction of 22 ‘well-off model villages’. More than 400 million yuan (USD 63.5 million) has (...)

His Holiness tells Italy quake survivors to look to future

Monday 25 June 2012 by jamphel — Flash News
His Holiness the Dalai Lama is escorted through earthquake affected areas of Mirandola, Italy, on 24 June 2012/Photo/Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL MATERA, Italy: Under a damp, grey sky His Holiness was given a warm send off from Inverness early this morning, and then flew across the Channel, across (...)

Latest from BBC: Would the Dalai Lama return to Tibet?

Sunday 24 June 2012 by jamphel — News From Other Sites
LONDON: The exiled spiritual leader of the Tibetan people, the Dalai Lama, has spoken about the sadness he feels towards those who have self-immolated in protest over Chinese rule. Speaking to BBC’s Andrew Marr, he explained how the Chinese government needed to carry out thorough investigations (...)

Dalai Lama visits scene of Italy quakes

Sunday 24 June 2012 by jamphel — News From Other Sites
MIRANDOLA, Italy (AFP) – The Dalai Lama visited emergency camps in north-east Italy housing thousands of people who were hit by two deadly earthquakes in May, Italian media reported on Sunday. Visiting the town of Mirandola, in the hard-hit Emilia Romagna region, the exiled Tibetan spiritual (...)

Kalon Tripa starts Australia visit

Sunday 24 June 2012 by jamphel — Flash News
Kalon Tripa Dr Lobsang Sangay addressing a media conference on the first day of his visit to Australia in Melbourne on 24 June 2012 MELBOURNE: Kalon Tripa Dr Lobsang Sangay arrived in Melbourne today to start his one-week visit to Australia. This is his first visit to Australia after taking the (...)

‘Censorship morally wrong, 1.3 billion Chinese should know the truth’

Sunday 24 June 2012 by jamphel — Flash News
His Holiness the Dalai Lama greeting a young fan on his arrival in Inverness, Scotland, on 23 June 2012/Photo/Jeremy Russell/OHHDL INVERNESS: His Holiness the Dalai Lama has disapproved the Chinese government’s censorship policy as morally wrong, saying the country’s 1.3 billion people have a (...)

His Holiness Begins Italy Visit with Prayers at Quake-hit City

Sunday 24 June 2012 by jamphel — Flash News
His Holiness the Dalai Lama to pray at earthquake hit Mirandola on 24 June 2012, before visiting in Basilicata and Milan, Italy Milan, 23 June: His Holiness the Dalai Lama will visit Mirandola in Emilia Romagna tomorrow morning – 24 June and offer prayers for those who have died, injured, their (...)

New Video Footage of Latest Self-Immolation Incident

Saturday 23 June 2012 by jamphel — Flash News, Press Release, Situation in Tibet News
Press Release 23 June 2012 On June 20, 2012, two Tibetan men self-immolated in Tridu, Yushul: Ngawang Norphel (age 22) and Tenzin Kedhup (age 24). The latter succumbed to his injuries on the same day.  The former, Ngawang Norphel, survived and was taken to a nearby monastery.  The following (...)

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