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Category: Government in Exile
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Inside the court of the Tibetan god-king 23.3.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
The Dalai Lama's commitment to peace is being tested as he comes under fire both from China and Tibetans who want decisive action
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Hacker worry for Tibetans 23.3.2008 Telegraph: Nation
Dharamsala/New Delhi, March 22: Tibetans here are accusing China of hacking the computer systems of the government-in-exile and the NGOs.
Himachal traders join exiles in protests 23.3.2008 Asian Age: India
By ASHWINI BHATIA Dharamsala, March 22: Hundreds of demonstrators carrying Tibetan and Indian flags marched on Saturday through the streets of Dharamsala to pledge support for the Dalai Lama and voice their disapproval of China’s crackdown in the region. Many of the roughly 500 protesters were local Indian businessmen who shouted slogans like "Keep fighting, Tibetans" and "Long Live the Dalai Lama". "India has had a long relationship with Tibetans," said Ram Swarup, a prominent businessman in the area. "We are concerned about what is happening in Tibet and are here to show our solidarity to the Tibetan people." Dharamsala is home to the Dalai Lama and the headquarters of his government-in-exile. ...
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West protests as China threatens Tibetans 22.3.2008 CNN: Top Stories
China's threats to crush the Tibetan uprisings were followed by protests in Britain and India on Saturday, while European politicians again raised the prospect of boycotting the Beijing Olympics if violence continues.
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Uprising and aftermath 22.3.2008 Asian Age: Opinion
S. Viswam It was an entirely fortuitous coincidence that foreign policy issues dominated parliamentary proceedings this week. It is not often that events occur in different parts of India’s neighbourhood at the same time or that developments in other parts of the world impinge on India’s external relations. But thanks to the public interest getting focused on the fate of an Indian prisoner on death row in Pakistan and on the Tibetan uprising, and thanks also partially to the concern over the status of the India-US nuclear deal, the week belonged to the external affairs minister, Mr Pranab Mukherjee. Mr Mukherjee was under pressure from the combined opposition in the Rajya Sabha to elaborate on a suo motu statement on some specific foreign ...
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China posts wanted list for Tibet 22.3.2008 BBC: Front Page
Chinese authorities issue photos of 21 people wanted for anti-China riots in Tibet last week.
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US hits out at China for blaming Dalai Lama 22.3.2008 Business Standard
US hits out at China for blaming Dalai Lama
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Profile: Dalai Lama 22.3.2008 Hindustan Times: Views
With Tibetan youth teetering on the edge, the Dalai Lama enters a decisive phase, and he must calm his people and yet boost their morale, writes Gaurav Bisht.
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Dalai Lama in Delhi for Buddhist discourses 21.3.2008 Hindustan Times: India
The Dalai Lama arrives in New Delhi for a week of Buddhist discourses, hours after a group of Tibetan youth storms the Chinese embassy in Delhi.
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During Visit, Pelosi Offers Support to Dalai Lama 21.3.2008 NY Times: World
Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the House of Representatives, seized the opportunity to stick a finger in the eye of China.
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Tibet's government-in-exile says death toll from violence in China up to 99 21.3.2008 Star Tribune: World
Dalai Lama gives Nancy Pelosi a warm welcome in India 21.3.2008 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
The speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, visiting Dharamsala as part of a previously planned trip, denounced "China's oppression in China and Tibet."
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Tibet challenges world conscience, U.S. Speaker says 21.3.2008 Boston Globe: Latest
U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Friday Tibet was a challenge to the world's conscience and called for an international probe to clear the Dalai Lama's name in the violent protests this month.
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US lawmaker speaks out on Tibet 21.3.2008 BBC South Asia
Top US lawmaker Nancy Pelosi urges condemnation of China's Tibet policy after meeting the Dalai Lama in India.
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House speaker critical of China over Tibet 21.3.2008 CNN: Top Stories
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday criticized China for its crackdown on anti-government protesters in Tibet and called on "freedom-loving people" worldwide to denounce China.
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Speak out on Tibet, says US politician 21.3.2008 BBC: Front Page
The Speaker of the US House of Representatives urges international denunciation of China's rule in Tibet.
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Top US lawmaker meets Dalai Lama 21.3.2008 BBC South Asia
China increases security in Tibet, as a leading US lawmaker urges international condemnation of its actions.
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China locks down restive regions 21.3.2008 BBC: Front Page
China ups security in restive areas after Tibetan protests, as a top US lawmaker heads to meet the Dalai Lama.
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Youth soften to Dalai way 21.3.2008 Telegraph: Nation
Dharamsala, March 20: The organisers of the "march to Tibet" have hinted at a softening of their stand after the Dalai Lama's appeal to them yesterday to call the programme off.
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Q&A: 'The Chinese have been razing our culture' 21.3.2008 TOI: Editorial
Samdhong Rinpoche, prime minister of the Tibetan government-in-exile, is a follower of Mahatma Gandhi. He tells Divya A that Tibetans can gain autonomy by waging a non-violent struggle:
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