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Karmapa’s office clarifies rumours about US asylum

The Office of the Karmapa issued clarification concerning a rumour saying he is seeking asylum in the United States and not coming back to India. The Karmapa has been on…

China says no excuses for foreign officials meeting Dalai Lama

Foreign leaders can’t think they can get away with meeting exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama just because they are doing it in a personal capacity, as they still…

Robbery, prostitution perennial problems of Tibetan camp in Majnu ka Tilla

The third major robbery in the last few months in the Tibetan Colony in Majnu Ka Tilla took place on early morning of Wednesday from a hotel room in the…

China official says Lincoln would have approved of freeing Tibetan serfs

Late US President Abraham Lincoln, who freed the slaves, would have approved of China’s policy to end serfdom in Tibet, a senior Chinese official said on Thursday. China considers devoutly…

CPC speeds up modernization drive toward “great” socialist China

Xi Jinping on Wednesday painted a particularly optimistic outlook for the future of the world’s second-largest economy in an effort to substantiate the Chinese Dream of national rejuvenation, promising a…

TYC protest in Delhi against Xi Jinping regime

Members of the Tibetan Youth Congress have protested at the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi as China’s ruling Communists opened their national congress. The protesters held up placards blaming China…

Teach students ways to deal with destructive emotions: Dalai Lama

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Monday called upon the people to formulate a modern education system which could teach students ways to deal with destructive emotions and transform…

Nuclear war may break out at any time, warns North Korea

North Korea has warned that a nuclear war may break out at any time as the situation on the Korean peninsula has reached the “touch-and-go point”. According to media reports,…

China expansionist, says Tibetan govt-in-exile leader

Beijing’s recent muscle-flexing in Doklam Plateau in western Bhutan was “a manifestation” of its “expansionist” policy and decades-old strategy of “encircling” India, Lobsang Sangay, head of Tibetan Government-in-Exile, said. Sangay…

NASA satellite sees overheated tropical forests oozing with carbon dioxide

NASA’s latest carbon dioxide-mapping satellite has detected a dramatic spike in the amount of the greenhouse gas in the atmosphere, measuring the largest annual increase Earth has seen in at…

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