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Sikyong launches Biography of Takna Jigme Sangpo, Tibet’s longest serving political prisoner

vendredi 24 janvier 2014 par jamphel — Flash News, political prisoner, Sikyong, Takna jigme Sangpo, Tibet
DHARAMSHALA: Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay today launched the biography of Takna Jigme Sangpo tibet’s longest political prisoner titled ‘ Metse Nyongtsor’, at the Gu-Chu-Sum conference hall in Mcleod Ganj.   The book launch was attended by Kalon Dongchung Ngodup of the Department of Security, Mr. (...)


vendredi 24 janvier 2014 par jamphel — Flash News, Central Tibetan Administration, Driru, Tibet
Karma Dorjee Radio Free Asia Tibetan Service 1.21.14 Driru (Biru in Chinese) — the name in Tibetan means a line of female yaks — is a Tibetan county under Nagchu prefecture (Nagqu) in the China-controlled Tibetan Autonomous Region. It has a total population of about 40,000 residents, 90 percent (...)

Home Dept bids farewell to 4th batch of Tibetans immigrating to Canada

vendredi 24 janvier 2014 par jamphel — Flash News
NEW DELHI: The Department of Home of the Central Tibetan Administration today organised a farewell session for the 4th batch comprising 10 Tibetans from Miao settlement, Arunachal Pradesh who will be leaving for Toronto, Canada. The event was held at the Bureau of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. (...)

CTA Honours Takna Jigme Sangpo, Tibet’s Longest-serving Political Prisoner

jeudi 23 janvier 2014 par jamphel — Flash News
DHARAMSHALA: The Central Tibetan Administration today honoured 86-year-old Takna Jigme Sangpo, Tibet’s longest-serving politcal prisoner, describing as the “shining example of Tibetan freedom fighter.” Takna Jigme was felicitated by Sikyong during a talk by the former to civil servants of CTA (...)

Human Rights Watch chides China for enforcing highly repressive policies in Tibet

jeudi 23 janvier 2014 par jamphel — Flash News
DHARAMSHALA: China’s policies in Tibet once again came under criticism from Human Rights Watch, which says in annual report released on Tuesday that the Chinese government systematically suppresses Tibetan political, cultural, religious and socio-economic rights. The Chinese government (...)

Japan tells world to stand up to China or face consequences

jeudi 23 janvier 2014 par jamphel — News From Other Sites
Davos (Switzerland) (AFP) – Japan on Wednesday told the world it must stand up to an increasingly assertive China or risk a regional conflict with catastrophic economic consequences.   In a landmark speech to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe issued what (...)

Leaving Fear Behind screened at the European Parliament

mercredi 22 janvier 2014 par jamphel — Flash News, leaving Fear behind, OOT Brussels
Brussels; Lithuanian MEP Mr. Leonidas  Donskis organized an event in the European Parliament to screen Dhondup Wangchen’s documentary film ‘Leaving  Fear Behind’ on 21 January.  The screening was attended by MEPs, assistants to MEPs, Representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Brussels, (...)

Kalon Dicki Chhoyang Speaks to ABC Radio

mercredi 22 janvier 2014 par jamphel — Flash News
Tibet’s world outreach to counter China’s growing influence The Tibetan-government-in-exile is reaching out to the Chinese diaspora, as part of its campaign to keep the Tibet issue on the international agenda. Dicki Chhoyang, Minister of the Department of Information and International Relations, (...)

Kashag finalises CTA budget proposal for year 2014-2015

mercredi 22 janvier 2014 par jamphel — Flash News, 2014-15, budget, CTA
DHARAMSHALA: The Kashag has finalised the budget proposals of all the departments and offices of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) for the financial year 2014-15. Sikyong Dr Lobsang Sangay and Finance Kalon Tsering Dhondup reviewed and finalised the budget proposals during a meeting held (...)

China’s princelings storing riches in Caribbean offshore haven

mercredi 22 janvier 2014 par jamphel — News From Other Sites
The Guardian, 21 January 2014 Relatives of political leaders including China’s current president and former premier named in trove of leaked documents from the British Virgin Islands By James Ball and Guardian US Interactive Team More than a dozen family members of China’s top political and (...)

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