The seminar on, "China's Assertiveness in Asia and its Implication for India," was held at India International Center in New Delhi on October 21, 2013.
"People ask me how to get freedom for Tibet. I used to say, we don't have to do anything. By declaring Tibet as a disputed territory by the Indian government only once will do," says Professor Agnihotri.
Tibetan Social Service is a non-profit organization founded in Dharamsala, northern India which aims to provide free services to the Tibetan community.
The discussion focused on strategies to strengthen the relation between Tibetan and Indian communities.
The event was attended by students from the Norbulingkha institute, Tibetan Transit School, and Dolma Ling Nunnery.
Chief of Orissa Tibetan settlement tells VOA that the storm has destroyed the crop of the Tibetan settlers in Berhampur district of Orissa, although no casualties were reported in the Tibetan settlement.
In rare move, court supports appeal by Tibetan advocacy group to indict former Chinese president on genocide-related charges
Tsultrim Gyaltsen, 27 and Yougyal, 26 were arrested by the authorities in Driru County on accusations that the two were involved in disrupting social stability.
Spain’s top criminal court ruled to include Hu Jintao, former president of China, amongst those accused of crimes of genocide in Tibet. The lawsuit is being waged by the Spain based Tibet support group, Comite Committee and Thupten Wangchen,
A lecture in memory of late Dr. Tenzin Choedrak, chief physician to the Dalai Lama was organized at the India International Centre in New Delhi on October 10, 2013.
The international organization condemned the Chinese police firing on peaceful Tibetan protesters in Driru county on October 6, 2013 leaving over sixty people injured.
Regional Tibetan Youth Congress and Students for a Free Tibet in Dharamsala organized a solidarity march on October 10, 2013.