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Chinese President Xi Jinping, center, addresses a U.S.-China business roundtable, comprised of U.S. and Chinese CEOs on September 23, 2015, in Seattle, Washington. The Paulson Institute, in partnership with the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, co-hosted the event.

Chinese President Xi begins US visit by meeting top business leaders in Seattle

DHARAMSALA, Sep 24: Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday assured top US and Chinese business leaders his commitment to make it easier for foreign companies to do business in China.

Under-ten football tournament marks World Peace Day in Dharamsala

Under-ten football tournament marks World Peace Day in Dharamsala

DHARAMSALA, Sep 21: A two-day football tournament was held over Sep 19-20 to commemorate World Peace Day at the TCV Day School in Mcleod Ganj, Dharamsala.

MP Karma Yeshi introducing the delegates to the media.

Seeking autonomy from China shows Dalai Lama’s compassion: Gandhi Peace Foundation

DHARAMSALA, Sep 19: Seeking autonomy from the Chinese government exemplifies His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s compassionate nature, said Ms Radha Bhatt, Chairperson of Gandhi Peace Foundation during a brief press conference held on Sep 18 in Dharamsala.

China detains Tibetan woman in fifth solitary protest in Ngaba

DHARAMSALA, Sep 17: Dekyi Dolma, a 22-yr-old Tibet woman has been detained by Chinese police on Sep 13 in after she staged a solitary protest challenging China’s oppressive rule in Tibet.

Dipesh Shrestha/Republica Lawmakers endorse an article of the new constitution through voice vote at the Constituent Assembly meeting on Wednesday. On Wednesday evening, 507 of the 532 CA members present at the meeting voted in favor of the new constitution. REPUBLICA/FILE

Overwhelming majority endorses new constitution

[myrpublica.com] KATHMANDU, Sept 17: Finally, the Constituent Assembly has done it. An overwhelming majority of the CA endorsed the Constitution of Nepal-2015 through the four-day-long rigorous voting process.

Tibetan parliament opens to peaceful protest by Jhonang followers

Tibetan parliament opens to peaceful protest by Jhonang followers

DHARAMSALA, Sep 15: The 10th session of the 15th Tibetan Parliament- in-exile opened today to a peaceful protest by a group of Tibetans demanding recognition from the Parliament for their unique tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.

Tibet anniversary celebrations conceal a far darker reality

Verna Yu, South China Morning Post | September 15, 2015

Coverage to mark the formation of the region’s government presented a rosy picture of its achievements and painted over the cracks

The Dalai Lama arrives in Oxford at the start of a 10-day visit to the UK  Photo: Reuters

Dalai Lama: real answer to Europe’s refugee crisis lies in Middle East

‘Impossible’ for Europe to accommodate all refugees – says world’s most famous exile

John Bingham, The Telegraph | September 14, 2015

The answer to the refugee crisis must be found in the Middle East because it would be “impossible” for Europe to provide sanctuary to everyone in need, the Dalai Lama has insisted.

Two monks arrested after separate incidents of solitary protest in Ngaba

Two monks arrested after separate incidents of solitary protest in Ngaba

DHARAMSALA, Sep 14: Two Tibetan monks from Kirti monastery were arrested by Chinese police on Sep 10 in two separate incidents of solitary protests against the Chinese government in Ngaba county in the traditional Tibetan province of Amdo.

10th session of the 15th Tibetan Parliament to be held over Sep 15-25

DHARAMSALA, Sep 14: The 10th session of the 15th Tibetan Parliament-in-exile begins tomorrow.