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  • Tibetan Monk Burns Self in Kyegudo, Self-immolation Reaches 141
    July 10, 2015
     •  By Staff Writer
     
    DHARAMSHALA: Sonam Tobgyal, a 26-year-old Tibetan monk from Kyegudo, set himself on fire at around 6 pm on 9 July at Gesar Square, Kyegudo in Yulshul Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (Incorporated into China’s Qinghai Province) in protest against the repressive policies of the Chinese government in Tibet. Local Tibetans who witnessed the incident took him to a nearby hospital. More
  • Woman Burns in Protest Against Chinese Repression, Total Self-Immolation Reaches 140
    May 28, 2015
     •  By Staff Writer
     
    DHARAMSHALA: Showing no respite in the spate of self-immolation protests against the Chinese government, a 36-year-old Tibetan woman died after setting herself on fire on Wednesday, 27 May. The woman, Sangye Tso burned herself in front of the local Chinese police headquarters in Chone County, Kanlho Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (Incorporated into China’s Gansu Province). More
  • Father of Four Sets Self on Fire in Tawu, dies (update)
    May 21, 2015
     •  By Staff Writer
     
    DHARAMSHALA: Tenzin Gyatso, a father of four children in his mid thirties, died after setting himself on fire around 8:00 p.m on 20 May in an apparent protest against the Chinese government’s repressive policies in Tibet. The fiery protest took place in Khangsar township of Tawu (Ch: Daofu) County, Kardze (Ganzi) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (incorporated into China’s Sichuan Province). More
  • Tibetan Monk Arrested Over Self-immolation Links
    May 21, 2015
     •  By Staff Writer
     
    DHARAMSHALA: Chinese police detained Tswang Choephel, a Tibetan monk from Nyitso monastery in Tawu county, Kardze (Ch: Ganzi) Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (incorporated into China’s Sichuan Province) at around 10:30 am on 18 May, media reports say. Chinese authorities have not disclosed the reason for the monk’s detention. More
  • CTA Holds Prayer Service for Self-immolators Yeshi Khando and Ney Kyab
    April 23, 2015
     •  By Staff Writer
     
    DHARAMSHALA: The Department of Religion and Culture of the Central Tibetan Administration organised a prayer service yesterday for the Tibetan self-immolators, particularly Tibetan nun Yeshi Khando and Ney Kyab, who died after setting themselves on fire in protest against the repressive policies of the Chinese government on 8 and 16 April respectively. More
  • Tibetan Nun Burns Self, Total Self-Immolation Reaches 137
    April 10, 2015
     •  By Staff Writer
     
    DHARAMSHALA: Yeshi Khando, a Tibetan nun from Nganggang nunnery, set herself on fire on 8 April in an apparent protest against the Chinese government, media reports say. She is the 137th Tibetan since 2009 to self-immolate in protest against the Chinese government's repressive policies in Tibet. More
  • Third Tibetan self-immolates in less than a fortnight
    December 24, 2014
     •  By Staff Writer
     
    DHARAMSHALA: A Tibetan monk died after setting himself on fire yesterday protesting against the Chinese government's repressive policies in Tibet. He was the third Tibetan to self-immolate in less than a fortnight, taking the total self-immolation toll inside Tibet to 135 since 2009. (See Factsheet) Ven. More
  • Girl dies in self-immolation protest at Ngaba
    December 22, 2014
     •  By Staff Writer
     
    DHARAMSHALA: A 19-year-old Tibetan girl burned herself to death in an apparent protest against the Chinese government at Meuruma township in Ngaba county, Ngaba Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (incorporated into China's Sichuan Province), media reports say. Tsephe, 19, set herself on fire today to protest the Chinese government's repressive measures in Tibetan areas. More
  • 34-year-old Tibetan dies in self-immolation protest at Sangchu
    December 17, 2014
     •  By Staff Writer
     
    DHARAMSHALA: A Tibetan man, Sangye Khar, aged 34, set himself on fire yesterday around 9 am (local time) in front of a police station in Amchok town, Sangchu county in Kanlho Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (incorporated into China's Gansu Province). He died on the spot, according to media reports and human rights group. Police arrived shortly after the self-immolation and forcibly removed his body. More
  • Self-Immolation at Tawu county
    April 15, 2014
     •  By Staff Writer
     
    DHARAMSHALA: Reports from Tibet say, Thinley Namgyal, a 32-year-old Tibetan set himself on fire today in Tawu county, Kardze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture (incorporated into China's Sichuan Province). He died on the spot taking the total self-immlation toll to 130, out of which 112 have died.Thinley Namgyal hails from Khangsar village in Tawu county. More
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Tibet: Behind the Chinese Bamboo Curtain
International Resolutions & Recognitions on Tibet 2005-2013
Religious Freedom in Tibet
Collected Statements Of His Holiness The Dalai Lama On Devolution Of Power To The Elected Leaders Of Central Tibetan Administration
Beijing Needs the Dalai Lama for Peace and Stability in Tibet
Beijing’s How to Win Friends and Influence People
Introduction to the Nature, Evolution and Achievement of the Middle-Way Policy
Middle Way Policy and All Recent Related Documents
CTA Response to the Chinese Allegation
A 60-POINT COMMENTARY on the Chinese Government Publication – A Collection of Historical Archives of Tibet
Report on ‘Torture Against Tibetan People’
2008 Uprising In Tibet: Chronology And Analysis
Tibet and the Tibetan People’s Struggle
Tibet and Manchu: An Assessment of Tibet-Manchu Relations in Five Phase of Historical Development
Tibet under Communist China: 50 Years
Facts About 17-Point “Agreement” Between Tibet and China
From the Heart of the Panchen Lama
Indian Leaders on Tibet
The Mongols and Tibet
Official Tibetan and Chinese Positions on the Issue of Tibet
Dharamsala and Beijing: Initiatives and Correspondence (1981-1993)
The Panchen Lama Speaks
Tibet China and the World
Tibet and the Tibetan People’s Struggle
Tibet and the Tibetan People’s Struggle (Tibetan)
International Resolutions and Recognitions on Tibet (1959-2004)
Political Treaties of Tibet (821-1951)
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Assessment Report of the Recent Landslide Event in the Gyama Valley
The [Degrading] Third Pole
Tibet – The Third Pole and the Himalayas
Scarring the Land, Scraping the Wounds
Green Tibet: Annual Newsletter (2012)
The Impacts on the Pastoral Nomads of the Melting Tibetan Plateau
A Culture Endangered: Depopulating the Grasslands of the Tibetan Plateau
Denial of Tibetan People’s Rights on their Native Land
Tibet: The Third Pole, Importance of Environmental Stewardship
Water Security and Environmental Management on the Tibetan Plateau
EDD Response to China’s White Paper of 11 July 2011
Tibet’s Environment: Denuding, Degrading & Depopulating
Green Tibet: Annual Newsletter (2011)
Tibet’s Rivers: Perspectives and Challenges for Asia
Climate Change in Tibet and Asia
Consequences of China’s Policies on Tibetan Pastoral Nomads
The State of Environment on the Tibetan Plateau and Its Consequences for India
Environmental Concerns and Implementation of Sustainable Development Policies on the Tibetan Plateau
Environmental Issues and Concerns on the Tibetan Plateau
Tibet in Copenhagen (COP15 Briefing Papers 2009)
China’s Train, Tibet’s Tragedy
The Impacts of Climate Change on the Tibetan Plateau: A Synthesis of Recent Science and Tibetan Research)
Geneva Policy Briefing on Tibet: Environmental and Development Issue
Environment and Development in Tibet: A crucial Issue
His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama on Environment
Guidelines for International Development Projects and Sustainable Development in Tibet (English)
Endangered Mammals of Tibet
China’s Railway Project: Where will it take Tibet?
Tibet 2000: Environment and Development Issues
Demilitarisation of the Tibetan Plateau