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Tibetan arrested in Driru, hundreds confront police
DHARAMSHALA, October 21 - Hundreds of Tibetans gathered outside the local Chinese government administration to demand the release of a 34 year old Tibetan man named Tenzin Rangdol from Shakchu Shang in Driru County. The incident led to a brief arrest of some ten Tibetans.
Newly elected Executive members of Gu-Chu-Sum Movement Association of Tibet take up office
The newest Executive members take up office of Gu-Chu-Sum Movement Association of Tibet
On the 4th October, 2013, at 2.30 pm, at the Gu-Chu-Sum Movement Association of Tibet’s office, the newest Executive members will be taking up office and getting started on their term of three years in handling the functions and running of the ngo.
PEN International passes resolution on Tibet
DHARAMSHALA, September 20: The 79th PEN International Congress has unanimously passed a seven-point resolution on the ongoing “critical situation” inside Tibet. This was announced here by the PEN Tibet Writers Abroad.
6th General Body Meeting of Gu-Chu-Sum Movement of Tibet
On the 27th September, 2013, the organization of Gu-Chu-Sum Movement of Tibet will have the 6th General Body Meeting for three consecutive days. During those three days, the current Executive members will be presenting all their activities and accounts for the term of the last years, which would include the Tailoring Centre’s works and accounts, Gu-Chu-Sum School’s activities and achievements, and our work concerning the human rights situation in Tibet, the attempts at setting up organizational branches abroad and our future plans and strategies for the organization. On the third and the last day of the meeting, the next set of Executive members to take over the new term would be chosen and elected.
We are preparing the event for about three hundred attendees in total with accommodation and food arranged.
This event takes place once in every three years in order to elect the new members to handle the day to day administration of the organization and all its functions. This year the event will be conducted at the Toepa Community Hall.
UK calls on China to commute Tibetan death sentence
Tuesday, 03 September 2013 21:53 The Tibet Post International
London, September 3, 2013: - Foreign Secretary William Hague has called upon the Chinese government to commute the death sentence of Tibetan nomad Dolma Gyab and to give him a reprieve. Dolma Gyab was sentenced to death for allegedly murdering his wife who self-immolated in March. Hague also called for "free and fair" trials in China that are "in line with international standards".