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L’aggravata situazione dei diritti umani in Tibet PDF Stampa E-mail

Il Rapporto Annuale 2010 di Centro Tibetano per i Diritti Umani e la Democrazia (TCHRD) resa in data 11.01.2011 documenta che nel corso del 2010 si è intensificata la repressione in Tibet nonostante la formulazione del “Piano nazionale di azione per i diritti umani in Cina (2009-2010)” da parte del Governo Cinese.

 

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China pinches India on Arunachal with stapled visa, India protests PDF Stampa E-mail

 

Source: phayul.com, January 14, 2011

By Kalsang Rinchen

 

Dharamsala, January 13 – India has expressed its protest at China after two sportsmen from Arunachal Pradesh, which China claims as its territory, were issued stapled visa by the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi on January 4.

 

Indian weightlifter Sibi Yukar and his coach Abraham Kaya who is also the joint secretary of the Indian Weightlifting Federation were prevented by Indian Immigration officials at the Indira Gandhi International Airport Tuesday from boarding a flight to Beijing. The duo were to take part in the Chinese IWF Weightlifting Grand Prix, slated to take place at the Majiang Weightlifting Training Center, Fuzhou City, between January 15 and 17.

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US to discuss currency and human rights with China PDF Stampa E-mail

Source: phayul.com January 14, 2011

WASHINGTON: Mutual and global issues like human rights and currency would be on the agenda during an upcoming summit between President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao next week, the US has said as it seeks to smoothen its ties with this Asian giant.

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RAPPORTO ONU: LA CINA RIVEDA LE POLITICHE AGRICOLE IN TIBET PDF Stampa E-mail

Dharamsala, 29 dicembre 2010. Olivier De Schutter, Incaricato Speciale delle Nazioni Unite per il Diritto al Cibo e i programmi alimentari, ha concluso il 23 dicembre la sua prima missione ufficiale in Cina su invito del governo di Pechino. Schutter, che ricopre la carica dal 2008 su designazione del Consiglio ONU per i Diritti Umani, ha redatto al suo rientro un dettagliato rapporto di sei pagine in cui, tra l’altro, invita le autorità cinesi a impegnarsi in approfondite consultazioni con le comunità dedite alla pastorizia per “valutare i risultati delle politiche agricole sia correnti sia passate”.

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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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