Tsultrim Gyatso becomes the 125th Tibetan to set himself on fire to protest against the Chinese government since February 2009.
A letter from the area, received by exiled Tibetans who have been observing the situation, says a mass "mental re-education" campaign is being extended in Driru, known as Biru in Chinese, site of recent unrest.
Kunchok Tseten, a 30 year old Tibetan man who self-immolated on December 3, 2013 shouted slogans calling for the return of the Dalai Lama to Tibet.
Study issued by US Congressional Executive Commission on China says Beijing display vigil awareness of Tibetan autonomous region despite 'low international media attention,'
Tenzin Khepahk's film on "Mangroves" was selected as one the best environmental conservation films and screened at the Indian Film Festival 2012 held in Goa, West India.
Sangay had a lunch meeting with the President designate of South Tyrol where he spoke about the current situation inside Tibet.
A massive fire broke out at the Lithang Monastery located in the southwest of Garze Prefecture, Sichuan Province on November 16, 2013.
Tsering Gyal, the 20 year old Tibetan monk who self-immolated in Golok Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture has succumbed to his burns.
Tsering Gyal, a monk of Achong Jonang Monastery from Pema County, Golok Tibetan Prefecture, Qinhai Province set himself on fire around 5.30 PM local time on November 11, 2013
While China has repeatedly rejected the Dalai Lama’s proposal for ‘genuine autonomy’ for a Tibet within the Chinese state, China’s state controlled television and radio in Tibet surprised visitors to its newly launched website with a music video of
Chen Quanguo, the chief party of TAR announced in the most recent publication of Qiushi journal that China would ensure the voice or image of the Dalai Lama can neither be seen nor heard in Tibet.
According to exile group, violence erupted after Chinese officials ordered Tibetans in Driru to raise Chinese national flags on their houses