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Deputy Speaker, Standing Committee Members attend Indian ceremonial event

Saturday 24 April 2021 by Staff Reporter — Reports from CTA Offices
Dharamshala: As per invitation proffered and in a show of respect and gratitude to Shri Narender Pathania, BJP District executive committee member and member of Indo-Tibetan Friendship Association, Deputy Speaker Acharya Yeshi Phuntsok along with Standing Committee members Parliamentarian (...)

A Diplomatic Milestone: Office of Tibet-DC hosts State Department Officials for Meeting

Saturday 24 April 2021 by Staff Reporter — Flash Mobile, News Flash
Washington DC: The Central Tibetan Administration hosted its first official meeting with State Department officials at the Office of Tibet-DC this afternoon. Due to strict COVID restrictions, no foreign guests have been allowed into the State Department since the new Administration took over. (...)

China’s pervasive control and suppression of Tibetan Buddhism continued in 2020: US religious freedom commission

Friday 23 April 2021 by Staff Reporter — Flash Mobile, News Flash, Religious Freedom, Tibet, USCIRF
Dharamshala: “The Chinese government continued its pervasive control and suppression of Tibetan Buddhism”, says the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom’s 2021 Annual Report released on 21 April. The report referred to Tibet where it states the restrictions put in place on (...)

New US Bill to counter China includes policies for Tibet, Xinjiang

Friday 23 April 2021 by Staff Reporter — News From Other Sites
Shishir Gupta for Hindustan Times The US Agency for Global media shall increase funding for Radio Free Asia’s Mandarin, Tibetan, Uyghur and Cantonese language services to counter China’s aggressive media investment in western countries. The United States in its new Bill to counter China includes (...)

Sikyong arrives in Washington DC, meets the officials of the new US administration

Friday 23 April 2021 by Staff Reporter — Flash Mobile, News Flash
Washington DC: Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay arrived in Washington DC on Wednesday, April 21st to meet with new US administration officials. As a two-term Sikyong Dr. Sangay has served the Central Tibetan Administration for over 10 years also profoundly shaping the US-Tibet policy through his (...)

101 Nobel laureates call for global fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty

Friday 23 April 2021 by Staff Reporter — News From Other Sites
The Guardian 21 April 2021 A hundred and one Nobel laureates, including the Dalai Lama, are calling for governments around the world to sign up to a fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty to help tackle the climate crisis. In an open letter to world leaders published on Wednesday former (...)

Chinese crackdown on prominent activists across Serthar

Friday 23 April 2021 by Staff Reporter — News From Other Sites
ICT 21 April 2021 In what appears to be a crackdown on activists in eastern Tibet, Chinese security officers have recently detained six Tibetans across Serthar (Chinese: Seda) County in Sichuan province. Although sources in exile have confirmed their detentions, the reason or campaign driving (...)

How to weather India’s deadly second wave of Covid-19: CTA Task Force briefing

Dharamshala: In the throes of a deadly second wave of infections, India is presently experiencing its worst surge in Covid since the pandemic struck with a staggering 3,14,835 cases in the last 24 hours. The second wave which has seen to be much deadlier than the first, resulting in more rapid (...)

Home Kalon inaugurates retaining wall, other age-friendly infrastructure at Jampaling Old Age Home

Thursday 22 April 2021 by Staff Reporter — Flash Mobile, News Flash, Department of Home
Dharamshala: Kalon Sonam Topgyal Khorlatsang, Department of Home today inaugurated Ground interlock tiles and iron-railing retaining wall constructed at Jampaling Old Age Home, Dharamshala. Additional infrastructures also include old age-friendly railing system along the walking routes which (...)

Federal government tears up Victoria’s Belt and Road agreements with China

Thursday 22 April 2021 by Staff Reporter — News From Other Sites
The Guardian 22 April 2021 The Morrison government has used its sweeping new foreign veto laws to tear up Victoria’s Belt and Road agreements with China, in what the Chinese embassy has denounced as a “another unreasonable and provocative move”. The foreign minister, Marise Payne, said she would (...)

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