Monthly Archives: November 2010


Tibetans in Tibet are taking great risks to fight for their right to study in their mother tongue while China tries to marginalize the Tibetan language. To support the conservation of Tibetan language, we can all contribute by taking some … Continue reading

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Burmese Democracy Leader Aung San Suu Kyi Released!

All of us at Students for a Free Tibet welcome the release of Burmese democracy leader Aung Sun Suu Kyi and urge Burma’s military generals to release the over 2,200 Burmese political prisoners still in prison. Read more about Aung … Continue reading

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LSR students cheer release of alumni Suu Kyi

Written by LSR College “Some, however, feel dissatisfied that the Indian government did nothing to help the leader when she was under house arrest”. November 13, 2010: New Delhi, From calling it a landmark moment to one that will strengthen … Continue reading

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Open Letter to President Obama from Tibetan Exile Organisations

November 4, 2010 President Barack Obama c/o US Embassy to India Shantipath, Chanakyapuri , New Delhi – 110021 Tel: 011-2419-8000 , Fax: +91-11-2419-0017 Dear President Barack Obama, We welcome your arrival in India, the world’s largest democracy and a leading … Continue reading

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Six Tibetans arrested during the visit of China’s delegate

Dharamshala, Novermber 01: Six Tibetans are arrested around 11: am Monday morning after they protested the arrival of Zhou Yongkang outside Teen Murti Bhawan in Delhi, India. Zhou Yongkang, ninth in hierarchy of the Standing Committee of the Politburo of … Continue reading

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Freedom of Language

Solidarity Vigil to Support Tibetan students and teachers in Tibet Candle Light vigil- 5.30pm from Bus station to Main Temple,Mcleodgaunj Date-Monday,1st November,2010 “New Exclusive footage and pictures from Tibet “ Speakers : Tendor(SFT Executive Director) Lhadon(Director,Tibet Action Institute) Lukar Jam( … Continue reading

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