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Letter from Dharamsala: AFLAME

lundi 22 juillet 2013 par jamphel — News From Other Sites
A wave of self-immolations sweeps Tibet. By Jeffrey Bartholet  [The New Yorker / July 8, 2013] On January 12th, the day that Tsering Tashi set himself on fire, he didn’t seem particularly troubled. He ate an early breakfast with his wife and his parents in the house they shared in a village near (...)

18-year-old monk dies after setting self on fire; Toll rises to 120

samedi 20 juillet 2013 par jamphel — Flash News
DHARAMSHALA: Kunchok Sonam, an 18-year-old monk of Thangkor Sogtsang monastery in Zoege county in Ngaba region in eastern Tibet, has died after setting himself on fire, media reports and human rights group say. Kunchok Sonam set himself on fire around 8:00 am (local time) Saturday (20 July) (...)

Tibetans Barred from Attending 60th Anniversary Celebration of Kanlho Prefecture

vendredi 19 juillet 2013 par jamphel — Flash News
DHARAMSHALA: The provincial government of China’s Gansu province recently held a grand festive celebration of the 60th founding anniversary of Kanlho Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. But information received by the Central Tibetan Administration reveal that local Tibetans of the region were barred (...)

TMAI Launches Outreach Program to mark 100 years in 2016

vendredi 19 juillet 2013 par jamphel — Flash News
DHARAMSHALA: The Tibetan Medical and Astrological Institute (TMAI) based in Dharamshala has launched an out-reach and support  program towards the Mentseekhang in Lhasa, Tibet to celebrate its centenary in 2016 since its establishment in the year 1916. Addressing a press conference today, Tashi (...)

China sentences one Tibetan to 10 years in prison

vendredi 19 juillet 2013 par jamphel — Flash News
DHARAMSHALA: A Chinese court has handed down harsh prison sentences to three Tibetans for taking part in a protest following a self-immolation incident in Golog in northeastern Tibet last year, a confirmed report coming out of Tibet say. The court in Siling (incorporated to China’s Qinghai (...)

Sikyong Speaks on Importance of Health at Public Health Workshop

vendredi 19 juillet 2013 par jamphel — Flash News
DHARAMSHALA:  Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay yesterday addressed a ‘Public Health’ workshop organised by the Department of Health, Central Tibetan Administration at the Hotel Tibet, Dharamshala. Sikyong Dr Sangay spoke about the importance of health and the role nurses play in Tibetan schools. He said (...)

Cabinet nod for mountain strike corps along China border

jeudi 18 juillet 2013 par jamphel — News From Other Sites
By Vinay Kumar  [The Hindu] The Army unit will take care of India’s operational gaps along the Line of Actual Control The Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) on Wednesday gave its in-principle approval to the Army’s ambitious proposal to raise a mountain strike corps along the China border. At a (...)

Casualties of Tawu Firing Rise, More Tibetans Shot and Arrested Than Earlier Reported

jeudi 18 juillet 2013 par jamphel — Flash News, Situation in Tibet, Situation in Tibet News
DHARAMSHALA: Details slowly trickling from Tibet reveal a dramatic increase in the number of Tibetans shot and injured during His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 78th birthday celebration in Tawu region of eastern Tibet. Leading Tibetan Rights groups now put the figure to at least 14 Tibetans who were (...)

Sikyong Visits Bodh Gaya (After the Serial Bomb Blasts)

mercredi 17 juillet 2013 par jamphel — Featured Flash News
BODH GAYA: Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay reached the holy Buddhist pilgrimage site of Bodh Gaya, northern Indian state of Bihar this morning from Delhi. This visit comes in the backdrop of the series of bomb blasts that rocked the world famous Mahabodhi Temple on July 7th. Immediately upon his (...)

‘Anything But Humane’: Tibetan Exposes China from the Inside

mardi 16 juillet 2013 par jamphel — Featured Flash News, News From Other Sites
[Spiegel Online] By Andreas Lorenz The files, stored on three CDs, are potentially devastating to the Chinese government. They contain the reckoning of a Tibetan who once believed in the goals of the Chinese Communist Party and carved out a career within the Beijing bureaucracy. To protect his (...)

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