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Retirement does not mean dissociation from Tibetan struggle: Dalai Lama PDF Stampa E-mail

Source: www.phayul.com


Dharamsala, December 17: Days after the Dalai Lama announced that he is contemplating retirement in the next six months, the exiled Tibetan leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama this week said the move does not mean he will dissociate himself from the Tibetan people's struggle for freedom.

Tibet's exiled leader the Dalai Lama (C) arrives in Pemayangtse monastery in Pelling in the Himalayan state of Sikkim December 15, 2010. The Dalai Lama is in Sikkim, which borders with China as Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao begins his three-day visit to New Delhi. (REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri)
Tibet's exiled leader the Dalai Lama (C) arrives in Pemayangtse monastery in Pelling in the Himalayan state of Sikkim December 15, 2010. The Dalai Lama is in Sikkim, which borders with China as Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao begins his three-day visit to New Delhi. (REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri)

"More than 99 per cent of Tibetans in and outside Tibet trust me, so I have the moral responsibility to serve them. My call for complete retirement does not mean that I will forget the Tibetan struggle," he told reporters on Tuesday (Dec 14) at Kalimpong in West Bengal. (WATCH HERE)

"I am a Tibetan and every Tibetan has the moral obligation to carry out the struggle," the 75-year-old Tibetan leader said, adding that to resolve the Tibet issue would remain his top priority.

The spiritual leader's statement came following reports of Tibetans living in Tibet expressing anxiety and confusion over his retirement plan, the Dalai Lama's office here reportedly said.

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Karnataka Urban Development Minister applauds Tibetans for preserving roots PDF Stampa E-mail

Source: www.phayul.com / By Tenzin Pema

Mr. Tashi Phuntsok, Chief Representative, South Zone, (right) welcomes Hon. Mr. Suresh Kumar, Minister for Urban Development, Law & Parliamentary Affairs of the Government of Karnataka (center) in Bangalore, December 10, 2010. (Photo: Tashi Tsering)

BANGALORE, Dec 10 – The Urban Development Minister of the Indian state that is home of the largest number of Tibetan refugees in India applauded the Tibetan people, in particular the youth, for preserving their rich cultural heritage, and said -- while presiding over the 21st anniversary celebrations of the conferment of the Nobel Peace Prize in the city -- that the strong ties between Indians and Tibetans can never be destroyed.

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UNA SEDIA VUOTA ALLA CERIMONIA DEL NOBEL PER LA PACE A OSLO. E PECHINO SI INVENTA IL PREMIO CONFUCIO PDF Stampa E-mail

Source: http://www.italiatibet.org

Oslo, 10 dicembre 2010 (Repubblica.it). Una sedia vuota per il Premio Nobel per la Pace a Oslo, in una cerimonia simbolica che è un colpo fortissimo all'immagine della Cina. Il diploma nel quale si attesta il riconoscimento al dissidente Liu Xiaobo, bloccato agli arresti dalle autorità di Pechino, viene appoggiato sulla seggiola dove campeggia un ritratto dell'intellettuale cinese. A parlare in sua vece è l'attrice Liv Ullmann, che legge l'ultimo discorso di Liu, intitolato "Non ho nemici”, pubblicato il 23 dicembre 2009, due giorni prima della condanna a 11 anni di carcere per istigazione alla sovversione.

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China harasses more than 250 people ahead of Nobel ceremony PDF Stampa E-mail

Source: www.phayul.com

The Telegraph[Wednesday, December 08, 2010 20:50]
More than 250 people have either been blocked from travelling, arrested, or put under house arrest by the Chinese government ahead Friday's Nobel Peace prize ceremony, according to Amnesty International.

By Malcolm Moore

Shanghai: The Chinese Communist Party continues to be furious at the award of this year's peace prize to Liu Xiaobo, a 54-year-old writer who is serving an 11-year prison sentence for inciting subversion. Mr Liu was the co-author of Charter 08, a petition for political reform in China.

Officials have begun a sweeping campaign to stop all mainland Chinese from either attending the ceremony in Oslo and from voicing any support for Mr Liu. A spokesman for Amnesty said they had 272 people locked up.

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China's Wen to visit Delhi next week PDF Stampa E-mail

Source: www.phayul.com

Live Mint[Wednesday, December 08, 2010 20:41]

Nobel institute says India will participate in ceremony to felicitate jailed Chinese dissident who won peace prize


Elizabeth Roche

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Bern United Svizzera, il vincitore del trofeo European Tibet Cup 2010 PDF Stampa E-mail

Si è concluso la edizione European Tibet Cup 2010 a Milano con la vittoria di Bern United Svizzera contro l'altra finalista Comunità tibetana in Francia.
clicca qui europeantibetcup per vedere i risultati e varie.

 
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