50 Years of Tibetan United Association
The panel consisted of six speakers including Samdhong Rinpoche, former head of the Tibetan Administration in exile, and seven other commentators.
The three candidates were as follows: Tashi Dhondup presently residing in Nepal, Tsangyang Gyamtso from Dharamsala, and Karma Gelek from Bandra Tibetan Settlement.
Lobsang Sangay, in his address to the masses, expressed the Central Tibetan Administration’s solidarity with the Tibetan self-immolators, and those undergoing political incarceration in Chinese prisons.
Lobsang Sangay, head of the Tibetan Administration in exile, lauded the remarkable accomplishments of the Central Tibetan Administration on its international efforts, given the daunting circumstances under which it had to operate in the early stages of exile.
The most recent self-immolator from Khangsar village becomes the fourth Tibetan in Tawu County to succumb to his burns.
Majority of the Tibetans living in Samyeling Tibetan Colony, Majnu ka Tilla, Delhi could not participate in the general election of India on April 10, 2014.
Inaugurated by the Vice-Chancellor Professor Sopori, the panel discussion was held as a part of the 'Tibet Day Festival' organized by the Jawaharlal Nehru UniversityTibet Forum.
The event was participated by former political prisoners to show solidarity, and urge the world to press China for his immediate release.
“The Central Tibetan Administration condoles the sad demise of Bapa Phuntsok Wangyal and extends its deep solidarity with his family members,” said Lobsang Sangay, the head of the Tibetan administration in exile.
"The life of Jetsun Milarepa teaches us lessons on courage, determination, and particularly not to heed on comments of others on what you do to accomplish the mission of life," says Gyalwang Karmapa.
“This exhibit is an effort by the Central Tibetan Administration to ensure that the international community get to know about the cause of the self-immolations inside Tibet," said Kalon Dicki Chhoyang.
The three-day meeting held at the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives hall in Gangchen Kyishong, Dharamsala, was attended by nearly 100 members of the chamber from various parts of the world.
Buddha Pictures Limited is planning to translate the serial in various other languages to spread the words of Buddha globally.
A report released Tuesday alleged that Tibetans face excessive use of force by Nepalese police, arbitrary arrests, spying, and threats
Dhondup Wangchen is a Tibetan filmmaker and activist who has been detained by the Chinese authorities since March 2008 on charges related to his production of a 25-minute documentary titled “Leaving Fear Behind.”
This year's session witnessed resignation of one of the MPs from Europe.
Around 500 people in Delhi, India participated in the demonstration on March 13, 2014.
"We are here to raise the voice of 127 self-immolators. The Chinese government must respond positively to their demands mainly the return of the Dalai Lama," said Kunsang Tsepal, President of Rohini RTYC in Delhi.
They urged the Chinese leadership to acknowledge their 60 years of failed policies in Tibet that has proven to be catastrophic, and review their policies and deal sensibly with the Tibet challenge.