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Death toll in Tibet rises to 18; China offers US $3.3 million assistance to Nepal

Tibet Quake Death Toll 18; China Offers Assistance to Nepal

BEIJING: The death toll in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region due to the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal climbed to 18 today as the Communist giant stepped up relief and rescue assistance to its neighbour. The 7.9-magnitude quake that ... New Indian Express, 7 hours ago
18 killed in Tibet following Nepal quake Xinhua News Agency, 8 hours ago

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Climbers safe on northern slope of Mt Everest: China

Beijing, Apr 26 (PTI) Over 400 mountain climbers on the Tibetan side of Mount Everest have descended or are descending with no casualties reported, Chinese authorities said today. A 7.9-magnitude quake shook neighbouring Nepal yesterday, causing ...
 Press Trust of India5 hours ago 400 Climbers Safe on Northern Slope of Mt Everest: China  Outlook7 hours ago Nepal earthquake: Climbers safe on northern slope of Mount Everest, says China  Economic Times5 hours ago The deadliest part of Everest  CNN5 days ago

Glaciers in Tibet retreating at...

China's glaciers particularly those in Tibet have retreated by about 7,600 square kms - nearly 18 per cent - in the last 65 years and even the thick ice around the base camp of the Mt Everest has disappeared exposing its rocks structure due to ...
 The Echo Of India21 hours ago PTI - CHINA-GLACIERS - Glaciers in Tibet retreating at alarming rate  Namibia Press Agency3 days ago Glaciers in Tibet retreating at alarming rate  Times of India3 days ago

PTI - CHINA-3RDLD QUAKE - 12 dead as Nepal quake jolts neighbouring Tibet

CHINA-3RDLD QUAKE - 12 dead as Nepal quake jolts neighbouring Tibet Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. From K J M Varma Beijing, Apr 25 (PTI) At least 12 people, including an 83-year-old woman, were today killed in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 day ago 12 Dead as Nepal Quake Jolts Neighbouring Tibet  Outlook India1 day ago
Radio Free Asia

Tibet: Second Self-Immolation Protest against China's Rule within a Month

A Tibetan man burned himself to death in Ngaba, China's Sichuan provinceon Wednesday[15 April 2015] in a protest against Beijing's policies in the Tibet Autonomous Region. Nei Kyab set out offerings on an altar dedicated to the exiled spiritual ...
 United Nations and Peoples Organisation4 days ago Tibetan sets himself alight protesting against China  Hong Kong Standard1 week ago AFP - China-rights-Tibet  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Tibetan man self-immolates in China: Report  Zee News1 week ago
VOA News

China rules out more autonomy for Tibetan

Beijing threw cold water Wednesday on the possibility of re-launching talks with the Dalai Lama, saying greater autonomy for Tibet was not up for discussion and accusing the spiritual leader of backing ethnic cleansing. The statement comes months ...
 Nagaland Post1 week ago Karmapa: Incarnation Dalai‚Äôs prerogative  Asian Age1 week ago More Tibetan autonomy 'not up...  The Echo Of India1 week ago China rules out more Tibetan autonomy  Yahoo! Finance1 week ago

China's struggle for water security

China's Qinghai-Tibetan plateau is essentially the world's largest water tank and the origin of some of Asia's most extensive river systems including the Indus, Brahmaputra and Mekong Way back in 1999, before he became China's prime minister, Wen ...
 PhysOrg.com1 week ago China continues to struggle for water security  China Post1 week ago Pressure mounts on China for water security  Asian Age1 week ago Picturesque Huanghuacheng Water Great Wall days ago

Tibetan Mastiff Dog, Once a Six-Figure Luxury Buy, Abandoned by Chinese Elite

The Tibetan mastiff, a large dog breed once so prized among China's elite that eachsold for between $130,000 and $250,000,have become so unpopular that slaughterhouses will pay $5 for them. Luo Yi, 47, made his millions with home appliances. He ...
 Breitbart.com1 week ago Chinese discard Tibetan mastiffs as fad ends  Times of India1 week ago Tibetan mastiffs: the latest victim of China's slowing economy  WA Today1 week ago Tibetan mastiffs latest casualties of China's fickle consumers  Malay Mail1 week ago
Miami Herald

Tibet's Exile Government Calls For Release of Panchen Lama

Tibet's India-based exile government called this week on China to release a high-ranking religious figure taken into custody as a young child 20 years ago and held incommunicado ever since. Gedhun Choekyi Nyima, who would now be about 26 years ...
 Radio Free Asia3 days ago Whereabouts of missing Buddhist leader sought by exiled Tibet govt  Himalayan times4 days ago Tibetan exiles seek help in release of Panchen Lama  Taipei Times Online4 days ago Exiled Tibet Gov't Presses China on Missing Buddhist Leader  ABC News5 days ago

PM's China Visit Raises Hopes Among Tibetans

MYSURU: The scheduled visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to China next month has raised hopes among Tibetan community in Bylakuppe of some kind of steps to end human rights violations in Tibet. The Tibetan community in Bylakuppe has sent a ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago
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